Research and best practice have led FOSS to place more emphasis on the student science notebook. Keeping a notebook helps students organize their observations and data, process their data, and maintain a record of their learning for future reference. The process of writing about their science experiences and communicating their thinking is a powerful learning device for students. Science notebook entries stand as a credible and useful expression of learning a the artifacts in the notebooks form one of the core elements of the assessment system.
You will find the duplication masters presented in notebook format. They are reduced in size (two copies to a standard sheet) for placement (glue or tape) into a bound composition book.
Full size duplication masters for each module or course are also available on FOSSweb. Student work is entered partly in spaces provided on the notebook sheets and partly on adjacent blank sheets.