Being a Karkhana teacher is also an opportunity to explore new things in teaching-learning process. We experiment with various tools and techniques that might enhance classroom experience. One of the things we wanted to integrate in our class was an interactive notebook (IN). We experimented with IN ourselves for a couple of months and we’re now taking it to class.
IN is a replacement of regular notebook that enables students to be creative thinkers. Students get a chance to process information given by teachers in their own way. The right side of IN is called input, where the information provided by the teacher are placed and left side is called output, where students process and present the information in their own way. Read more