This infographic gives you both the reason why to take notes, 3 different systems for notetaking as well as what to do before, during and after class.
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Today was my first day. I don’t have a printer to print off weekly syllabuses my school refers to as “roadmaps”, so I figured out I’d screen shot the roadmaps on my phone and then “edit” and check off what I’ve completed thus far.
<i>Your cellphone can be used for more than just reminders. It is definitely looking like it will be my ” best friend” through out this new journey. Hopefully this hint helps someone else too! </i>
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I have a 17 year old son and because I am also taking this course online, he is motivated about his school work. I’m glad that we are both striving for success.
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Madeline Burnell says that “Making the most out of Math class was what I needed at the beginning of the term. The style of note taking would have been helpful to learn sooner. The structure of notes makes finding examples easy to find and better organized .
I will from now on use this style when taking notes for math and other similar classes.”
Madeline Burnell, Chemeketa Community College, Salem, OR
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A two way video tool with a whiteboard and tools for math, chemistry and physics. Think Skype with a whiteboard for one on one tutoring or a study buddy. The coolest thing is that you can text message a math problem from your textbook or the beginning of your writing paper into the collaborative board for the other person to mark up and talk about in real time!
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