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Use Science Notebooks to Promote Literacy in Your Classroom
Discover why Using Science Notebooks in Elementary Classrooms is the “must-have” resource for the development of literacy and reasoning skills. Learning science involves both the process of thinking and the ability to communicate those thoughts, and one of the most effective ways of building these skills is through the use of science notebooks.
Michael Klentschy’s book is designed for teachers who are beginning to use or would like to extend their use of notebooks in the classroom. Research-based best practices such as scaffolds, sentence starters, and writing prompts are clearly explained and illustrated. Examples of student work are included to provide insight for better instructional strategies.
As the school year winds down, many families will be finalizing their summer travel plans. Now is the perfect time to encourage them to take advantage of informal science opportunities during their travels. Ask students to share their vacation plans and point out the science museums, national parks, and public gardens or arboretums along their route. Below is a collection of online resources we've compiled for Informal Science.
In the News: Informal Science
Too busy to sift through the news to find something you need? Click here to read current news stories, collected for you by NSTA staff members.
On the Web: Informal Science
With so much on the web, it's hard to know what's really useful. In this section, you'll find SciLinks (websites that have been reviewed by NSTA and your peers), links to web seminars, and various other opportunities related to this theme.
Articles from the Science Scope Archives: Informal Science
Readers tell us again and again how timeless our journal articles are. So in this section, we've compiled theme-related articles from the Science Scope archives.
Books, Books, Books: Informal Science
Tired of your textbook? There are lots of alternative resources available. Click here for a list of middle school-level books related to this theme.
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