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Teaching notemaking: tutor handbook
This post was originally added to Learnhigher on: 14th Jan, 2012
Activity time: 30 minutes
Types of media: Helpsheet, Word document
A guide for staff on how to teach notemaking to students. Includes an overview of structured brainstorming, linear and pattern notes; active vs passive learning; how to make notes; and some suggested activities.
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An outline of techniques to teach notemaking to students.
- Structured brainstorming
- Linear vs pattern notes
- Practice lectures
- Active vs passive learning
- How to make notes in lectures: before, during, after
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