My big plans for next year right now include transitioning to some form of Standards Based Grading. I also plan on introducing Interactive Notebooks in my classes. Lately I've been playing around with my INBs for next year. I want to incorporate foldables as much as I can because I think they're so much more visually stimulating and organized than traditional notes. Here's something I came up for my Calculus INB - a foldable and practice over Continuity.
Practice - Taped on the Left Hand Page with Solutions glued down underneath
Solutions to Practice - glue down underneath Practice problems
I left space on the practice page for them to complete the exercises on their own, but I believe in giving answers to the practice problems because it gives students immediate feedback on whether they're getting it or not. They don't have to practice doing all of it wrong and then have to wait for me to grade it and hand it back before they realize they didn't understand.
I'm so excited to incorporate these notebooks! I'm hoping that this time next year when I'm reviewing my students for the AP exam they'll have a resource they can reference instead of just saying "How do I do limits again? I don't remember."