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Digital Notebook

This is an example of a digital notebook that a high school science teacher builds for their students every unit. Their students participate in a hybrid model in which they are both in-person and remote throughout the week. By having everything in one place, students are able to engage more easily when switching between learning experiences, catch up if they miss class, review content, and show their understanding in various ways. By creating a Google Doc, students are also able to quickly tag their teacher when they need additional support or help.

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