One of the most popular components of TCI programs is the Interactive Student Notebook. More than a drab, lifeless tool, the Interactive Student Notebook invites students to:
The three key elements of the Interactive Student Notebook are:
Students tap prior knowledge to connect to upcoming content in this Preview Assignment from the lesson "Spatial Inequality in Mexico City" from Geography Alive! Regions and People.
Students use this graphic organizer of the sunken ship that they "explore" in the lesson "How and Why Europeans Came to the New World" from History Alive! America's Past.
Students annotate a historical painting using word bank terms in the lesson "Manifest Destiny" from History Alive! The United States Through Industrialism.
Watch this 2-minute video to hear more about
the Interactive Student Notebook.
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