Jeannine Bagnall

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Recent Posts by Jeannine

Sun Jan 06, 2013 9:29 PM in Science Notebook
Hello, We use a Mead, 5 subject, college ruled, 8 1/2 x 11 notebook. This size fits a printer size piece of paper. Our students are required to number each page and we glue all of our handouts in the notebook. They are taught to glue "flat", or as a "door" or "window" for those handouts that have text on the back. We pull from a variety or sources versus the textbook so we tend to use a lot o...

Sat Jan 05, 2013 2:37 AM in Science Notebook
Our team also uses an interactive notebook with our 6th grade students in which [u]everything[u] we do is placed in the notebook. As a new teacher, I have found that this "one source" really benefits our students with organization, especially our students with special needs. I would like to see our notebooks become more "interactive" but I'm not sure how to make this happen just yet. Our parent...

Sat Jan 05, 2013 2:33 AM in Lab Rubrics - Formative Assessments
Our science team has also adopted a generic lab rubric (attached) this year although we are still struggling to implement it consistently. Our county has established labs within each of the content areas we teach in 6th grade. We didn't want to create a new rubric for each lab so we are trying the generic approach this year. We reviewed the rubric with the students at the beginning of the year ...