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If it's for math or science you're talking about writing to learn strategy and before that stage, there's the idea of talking to learn. A writing to learn strategy might mean writing down a process to solve a problem to help them to think about their learning after talking with their peers. For science, it's keeping accurate records of their observation both in the quantitative sense and in quality. If there's technology, you can ask students to take pictures to document their learning. My question is would you assess and how?
Science and Math- I would have them use engineering design journals during a STEM project. I also have my students record and make sense of data in addition to recording the multiple iterations of their artifact.
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