Interactive student notebook

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Jane E. Pollock, Ph.D.
720.985.1137
[email protected]
Jane, former ESL and general education teacher
also worked as a school administrator, at the state
department, and at a national educational research
laboratory. She works worldwide with schools on
long-term projects to improve teaching and
supervision in order to improve student learning.
Jane is the co-author of Dimensions of Learning
Teacher and Training Manuals (1996),
Assessment, Grading and Record Keeping (1999),
Classroom Instruction That Works (2001),
Improving Student Learning One Principal at a
Time (2009) and Minding the Achievement Gap
One Classroom at a Time (2012).
Jane authored Improving Student Learning One
Teacher at a Time (2007) and Feedback: the
Hinge that Joins Teaching and Learning (2011).
Her current manuscript pending publication is i5:
teaching innovation (2012).
From Caracas, Venezuela, Jane earned degrees at
the University of Colorado in Boulder and Duke
University.
www.learninghorizon.net
Goal:
Improve Student Learning
Research on Feedback
by changing Pedagogical Automaticity
Goal Accounting Templates
Interactive Note-taking
Clipboard – Live scoring
3 Tools to School Reform using Feedback:
1. Piece of Paper
Goal accounting template
Students engage with lesson goals
and objectives (standards)
2. Spiral Notebook
Students interactively take notes
to make learning visible
by maximizing feedback
3. Clipboard
Teachers engage with lesson goals
and objectives (standards) by scoring
live or providing formative assessment
Ave. Effect
Size (ES)
Percentile
Gain
2 Identifying similarities
and differences
1.61
+45%
3 Summarizing and note
taking
1.00
+34%
4 Reinforcing effort and
providing recognition
.80
+29%
5 Homework and practice
.77
+28%
6 Nonlinguistic
representations
.75
+27%
7 Cooperative learning
.73
+27%
8 Setting objectives and
providing feedback
.61
+23%
9 Generating and testing
hypotheses
.61
+23%
10 Questions, cues, and
advance organizers
.59
+22%
Chapter Number
Classroom Instruction That
Works: Research-Based
Strategies for Increasing
Student Achievement by
Robert J. Marzano, Debra J. Pickering
and Jane E. Pollock (2001)
Interactive Notebook –IN9
Left Side
STUDENT
Right Side
TEACHER NOTES
The Set-Up
Right Side
Left Side
TEACHER NOTES
STUDENT
•OUTPUT SIDE
•STUDENT DIRECTED
•Students show an
understanding of new
material and process or
apply the new information
•Includes:
graphic organizers
illustrations
reflections
opinions/arguments
problem solving
app. of thinking skills
•INPUT SIDE
(new information)
•TEACHER DIRECTED
•Includes:
class notes
discussion notes
reading notes
handouts
diagrams
graphic organizers
articles
Left Side
Right Side
TEACHER
STUDENT
Goal/objective:
Setting Goal/Feedback (8)
Effort (4)
Access Prior Knowledge:
Nonlinguistic (6)
Coop Learning (7)
Questions/Cues (10)
STOP to Interact
Coop Learning (7)
Question/Cue (10)
Summarize
APPLY thinking skills or
procedures (2, 5, 9. 10)
Goal/objective Review
Setting Goal/Feedback (8)
Effort (4)
New Information
Includes:
Notes – Organizers (3)
Content – Procedures (11, 5)
Teach Thinking Skills:
(2, 9. 10)
Compare
Classify
Create an Argument
Analyze (system, perspective)
Solve problems/Decide
TEACHER SCORING
Look at Your Fish!
Discoveries are as likely to be
found in material already in
hand, before your eyes, as
anywhere.
LOUIS AGASSIZ 1847