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How to take notes that actually help

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Lindsey Mendoza

on 31 July 2014

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Transcript of How to take notes that actually help

Notes
Ideas
Ideas
Ideas
How to take notes that actually help
Why take notes at all?
We remember information that we make a connection with in our brain. The more connections, the more likely we remember something.
Mapping Method
The Outline Technique
Cornell Style
All styles of learners may adapt this style to best suit their needs.
Best for visual and kinesthetic learners
Create a map, web, or chart to show the relationship between facts or ideas.
Best for reading/writing and auditory learners

Group information together
using a heading
Add supporting information and
details beneath the headlines
Auditory learners: only
write the headlines and fill in
the details AFTER class
Breaks notes up into visual categories or chunks
Shows the relationship between ideas and facts.
Designates a space for questions or observations (kinesthetic learners: use this to think about how the material relates to you!)
Practice L-STAR by using the summary section
Visual
Aural
Kinesthetic
Teacher Hints
A
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How to contact me
or
Use Your Equipment
Notes are one of many tools we use to make connections between information and our memory
Drop ins on Wednesday in Fulton
Linm@nmsu.edu
575-646-4493

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