Check out this 2nd grade example for a unit on plants to get an idea of how one might look.
The digital interactive notebook can act as a compilation of hyperlinked content like video and digital articles, combined with note taking strategies and student created digital products that demonstrate key understandings.
If used with tools like Google Classroom, teachers can check in on work and insert comments throughout to give feedback and help guide students in deeper understanding. As students grow accustomed to the model, teachers can gradually release creation of the notebook over to the students to choose their own note taking strategies, video and articles to help solidify meaning.
Want to know how to get started with digital notebooks? Check out this Digital Interactive Notebook for step by step directions and activity ideas:
Get your own copy of the notebook [here]
- Interactive Notebooks for the Digital Age - KySTE Presentation, includes information about Marzano strategies that might be helpful
- Digital Interactive Notebooks: Getting Started - includes a number of different examples and directions for using PowerPoint
- 25 Things You Didn’t Know Google Slides Could Do - Kasey Bell
- Digital Interactive Notebooks with Book Creator - Two Techie Teachers