Note-taking requires a constellation of skills more complicated than you may think, in more ways than you probably imagine. Successful note-taking requires either the mastery of a highly complex developmental language progression or very sophisticated strategies and work-aroundsand these are seldom fostered by the direct classroom instruction they require. In this presentation, we offer a model for successful note-taking that emphasizes processing over capture and provide many of the tools teachers need to ensure that their students approach mastery by the time they graduate high school.
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Disclosure: Joseph A. Walsh and Scott D. Goode have no relevant financial or nonfinancial relationships to disclose.