Sure! It should look a bit like the "physical internet" from unit 1. You need to do a bit of creative copying, but then it should be good to go.
I did update the document so it is a little more complete.
Thanks for sharing! I'm thinking of using a 3 ring binder w/notebook paper so they can journal as well as put handouts in it. I really thought I was going to have a paperless classroom but this will provide opportunities for kids with different learning styles to have something they can hang onto. Sometimes just seeing/doing things on the screen doesn't seem concrete enough for kids.
Interesting! I like the idea of being able to incorporate handouts but I also get nervous about how well paper STAYS in a binder - with spiral notebooks I have noticed that the paper tears out with the weight of other things glued to it for some reason... that's why I ask my students to get composition notebooks. The down side is I am always printing things at 70% and then students need to cut things out - it logistically is a lot messier. Let us know if the binder works! I hope it does!
I love the INB idea -- I started with yours and have added my own along the way. I tend to make handouts on 1/2 pages and print two to a page and it fits nicely.I am following the Code.org curriculum and really like the INB to help organize both me and the students!Feel free to see/use my work in progress -- I hope to add a document for each unit explaining the whole process.
INB HandoutsINB Example Pages
Thanks for sharing this @gmoserc! I really like the color pages you used!
Thank you for this idea! It looks amazing, and I look forward to implementing a version of it in my courses for next year.
Thanks so much for sharing!!! I do an Interactive Notebook in my classes also (we called it our "Abstraction Notebook") and I will definitely steal many of the handouts and half-page notes/info you posted! As usual, you are amazing Katie!
Thanks! My goal is to add to it for unit 5 this summer! Do you do anything in your "Abstraction Notebooks" for that unit?
Hope all is well!