Thursday, August 25, 2011


The Interactive Notebooks and the strategies used to complete them being used by BHS Biology instructors are based on the premise that students who continuously interact with their notes in multiple ways are more likely to recall content and do well in the course than students who don't.   

This is really nothing new in one sense, in that it is compatible with the widely-used practice of 'Cornell Notes' first developed by Ivy League law school students nearly seventy years ago:

Students who are accustomed to using Cornell Notes and have had success with them can incorporate this structure into their Interactive Notebooks:

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