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Apropos of what you'll see high school students exposed to, a nice
description of a note-taking process here:
http://blog.stenhouse.com/archives/2014/04/16/making-notecards-exciting-real
ly/ 

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Norm,

Thanks for sharing.  It's always great to see when intuition and
practitioner-based observations are supported by research.  

Oh, and thanks for pointing us to your research team's work.  It is always
great stuff!

Leonard Geddes, MA
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Sent: Tuesday, April 15, 2014 10:44 AM
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Subject: Effective Note Taking Presentation

The term notemaking has a long history...particularly across the pond.


Hughes, R. T. (1925). Hints on notemaking in science and mathematics for
students and teachers. London: G. Bell & Sons.


Somervell, D. C. (1925). Hints on notemaking in English subjects. London: G.
Bell & Sons.


While I usually do not push the work our team authored...the NOTES training
system may be of interest.  It too is a bit old, but could be refined for an
age of technology.



Stahl, N.A.,King, J.R., & Henk, W.A. (1991). Enhancing students' notetaking
through systematic, self-directedtraining and evaluation procedures.
Journal of Reading, 34 (8),614-623.


 You can get a copy on JSTOR for no charge.



Norman Stahl
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