Parents: Note-Taking Methods for Your Students


By Jackie Saulmon Ramirez | August 28, 2013

Successful students use many different methods to take notes in class. Below are nine proven methods from different reliable sources compiled by Barbara J. Feldman of Surfnetkids.com. Please look these over and share them with other parents.

Alexandria Technical & Community College

Berkley Student Learning Center: Effective Note-Taking

James Madison University: Notetaking

Princeton: Listen Actively and Take Great Notes5 stars

Sweet Briar College: Note-Taking Skills

Back to Basics: Perfect Your Note-Taking Techniques

Note Taking Techniques, Tips and Strategies

Cal Poly: Note Taking Tips

Classes: Notetaking, Listening, Participation

Resources for note-taking were compiled by Barbara J. Feldman of Surfnetkids. Visit her today and subscribe to her helpful newsletter. The Surfnetkids Premium is moderately priced and I personally recommend it for parents and educators alike; it is money well-spent.

Surfnetkids Note-Taking Page

Surfnetkids Main Website

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About Jackie Saulmon Ramirez

Jackie has volunteered for more than twenty years for children and family issues. Currently she writes for parents in the "Reminder" and "Parent Rap" Facebook page. If you are interested in receiving the "Reminder," send her a message.
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