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28 Science and Children
cience notebooks are an
everyday part of learning
in the Tucson (AZ) Uni-
fied School District. Re-
cently, K–8 schools there
began using notebooks
i n c o n j u n c t...
c hapter 5
Using Science Notebooks
as an informal
Alicia C. Alonzo
University of Iowa
cience notebooks have been promoted as a means to enhance stu-
How to Use
in Your Classroom
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52 Science and Children
magine a second-grade student investigat-
ing how water moves through sand and clay
by illustrating the microscopic interaction
of the medium’s varying grain sizes and
Opening Science Notebooks to Peer
and Teacher Feedback
By Cynthia Minchew Deaton, Benjamin E. Deaton, and Katina Leland
lthough some students flourish during classroom discus...
Science notebooks are popular in el-
ementary classrooms as a mean...
...llman, New Jersey.
31 April/May 2006 s c i e n c e s c o p e
W R I T I N G
ducators know that there is nothing so personally and
professionally degrading th...
SCIENCE THE “WRITE” WAY
Notebooks in the
By Jocelyn Young
riting is one of the ways in which children learn in science. When students