I thought it would be helpful to keep a list of resources I've found helpful as well as a record of what has worked and hasn't worked for my kids as we figure this all out.
- INB Basics and FAQs - Mrs. Gannon is a middle school social studies teacher, but I've found that she answers a lot of the basic questions I had about getting started. She's grouped links to all of her INB-themed posts, which is super helpful.
- Making Time for INBs - Jennifer Smith-Sloane of 4mulafun has done a really good job of explaining what a typical class day with INB looks like. Time-management is one of the things currently making me nervous about doing INBs this year. She also has a great overview video on YouTube.
- Grading Interactive Notebooks - Jessie Hester doesn't grade her kids' INBs, but she lists several possible ways to grade them at the end of this post. I also like the way she has students create a glossary/index at the back of their INBs.
- Interactive Notebooks - Megan Hayes-Golding has a collection of pretty much anything you could want to know about INBs. Super rich resource.
- Using INBs in the Mathematics Classroom - I also found this 64-page pdf published by the Region 4 Education Service Center (of Texas) helpful. It gives a good overview of INBs and details on where and how to start. It also includes a list of suggested pages, some printables, and a couple of different rubrics. I like that it is specifically geared towards the math classroom, but it would still be helpful to other content areas as well. It's the only "official" guide to INBs that I've seen.
- Math=Love ISN Treasury - About a million (conservative estimate) ISN examples and templates. So many good things here.