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Middle School Prep: Organization & Note-Taking
Help your rising middle schooler prepare for the demands of a new workload with this short course on note-taking and organizing a weekly agenda.
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Some older elementary and younger middle school students may be feeling overwhelmed as their transition to their next level of education has been interrupted by national school shutdowns. Distance learning can provide challenges with keeping organized or feeling prepared for the next stage. I aim to give students some tools and autonomy to confidently organize their tasks, and to help quell these nerves. We will focus on three main topics, leaving time for any additional questions the...
Our three topics will be 1) structured note-taking during a lecture, 2) structured note-taking while reading a text, and 3) a personalized system for organizing a weekly agenda or planner.
I have a love for finding new ways to keep organized in my personal and professional life. Something that has stuck with me through my years of school and work is the lesson I learned in elementary school about note taking before I went to middle school. I still use the same structure when I take professional development courses online, and keep my schedule organized on my phone's calendar using the same notations I learned back then. After working with kids of all ages for the past four years in various capacities, I have realized that there is one thing that always makes a student feel more confident in the classroom: a good game plan.
1 file available upon enrollmentAll you need is a pen and a piece of paper! If you prefer to take your notes on the computer, it will still be easy to follow along with Word Documents or Google Drive open, and to practice with me. We will discuss the use of a weekly planner or agenda, so if you would like to order one beforehand, along with fun stickers to mark important upcoming dates and events, feel free, but not required, to do so!
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
40 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Mariah MoonHome cook, linguistic enthusiast, reader, writer, and teacher.
9 total reviews
11 completed classes
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