Sunday, July 26, 2020

Cross Cutting Concepts Graphic Organizers for Digital Notebooks

For a while now I've been working with the NGSS's cross-cutting concepts, inviting my students to take ownership of them. As part of this process, I have often used graphic organizers to help my students process and make connections between big ideas. This year, as we move completely away from paper, and into the world of digital notebooks, I knew that I would need to transform all of the organizers and prompts I've collected over the years into digital versions so my students could add to them into their digital notebooks. I am finally done, and as always I am sharing them with any teacher that needs them.

In order to create your own copy of the slide deck where the organizers are found, click here.

It is important to mention that the organizers have no instructions other than textholders stating "type here".

These slides are intended not as a stand-alone digital notebook, but rather as masters that can be added to your existing notebooks. If you are unsure about how to add them to your own teacher digital notebook, you may wish to watch this video.

1 comment:

  1. These are great. I hope it's OK that I've included them in a catalogue of HyperDocs and Google resources that can be used with them for a CUE workshop session in British Columbia, Canada. One section is dedicated to 'single slides' which become like routines students first learn and then use with deeper intention.