Interactive Reflective Logs: Opening Science Notebooks to Peer and Teacher Feedbackby: Katina Leland, Cynthia Minchew Deaton, and Benjamin E. Deaton

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Ho do we as educators ensure that all students are given the opportunity to respond or engage students who are embarrassed to speak in front of others? The authors created an interactive reflective log (IRL) to provide teachers with an opportunity to use a journal approach to record, evaluate, and communicate student understanding of science concepts. Unlike a traditional journal, the IRL incorporates prompts to encourage students to discuss their understanding of science content and science processes and to reflect on their science activities.

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