Last Minute Resources for Digital Interactive Notebooks (Post 1 of 3)
And then there's me. I'm all three!
I suspect many of you are as well.
I know I want to use a digital interactive notebook this year. I honestly should have done it long ago, but there is just something about paper and pencil that appeals to me. Maybe it's my age. Or maybe it's because my dad owned an office supply store when I was growing up. (Seriously, is there anything that smells better than an office supply store??? I walk into a Staples or Office Depot and am instantly transported to my childhood. I love that smell! But I digress...)
Like it or not, I am now at a point where I must make the transition to the digital world. We have zero idea what the school year will look like. I may not get to spend more than a few days with my students before we go virtual, so I need to make things as streamlined and adaptable as possible.
I've compiled a list of resources that have helped me prepare. Hopefully they will help you, too. Once I get my notebook organized, I will share it here.
- How to update your master and student copies (template shown is available here on Teachers Pay Teachers)
- How to create drag and drop activities
- Using digital interactive notebooks for distance learning