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Studying, Note-Taking, and Test-Taking Strategies (Flexible Schedule)
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Students should ALREADY have some very basic note-taking experience. This course will not teach students basic note-taking but will teach them the process and layout of Cornell style and method of note-taking. Students will learn: * What Cornell style note-taking looks like * How to set up a Cornell-style note-taking sheet * How to use the Cornell-style sheet to take notes * How to process and use Cornell notes after class immediately and for test/project preparation * Pros and cons of...
I have taught Cornell note-taking to my students and science team students for at least 10 years along with other note-taking methods and study skills.
2 files available upon enrollmentStudents also need a sheet of lined/filler paper and a writing instrument for class. There will be other handouts that they may want to print before class but will be available afterward if needed and shown on the screen during the class.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
50 minutes per week in class, and no time outside of class.
Students should ALREADY be taking notes and/or have some basic note-taking knowledge. This course is optimal for students enrolled in online or in-person classes as well as those doing intensive self-study.
Heather DeGeorge, MAT, PMPProfessional Mind Expander, Licensed middle & high school teacher gone rogue to homeschooling a decade ago!
226 total reviews
223 completed classes
Hello! Everything I teach is driven with the goal of making students THINK rather than memorize and repeat. My own ability to navigate the changes of life successfully have everything to do with having critical thinking and analytical skills. I...