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chalkboardWork Boards

Sometimes student information scientists needs tools for brainstorming, writing, and drawing. Mini whiteboards and chalkboards work great for these types of activities. Magnetic boards area also useful for sorting and organizing ideas.

The following example demonstrates how writing boards facilitate the learning experiences of the student information scientist.

Listen, Draw, Read!boy drawing

Michael enjoys drawing, but is having difficult with reading. He is easily frustrated and often throws tantrums when things don't go his way. His teacher has found that books on tape and CD seem soothing to him. He seems more focused when he can listen and draw what he hears or read along with the book.

Explore Michael's investigation for more detail.




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