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Revisiting Cornell Notes: An Effective Note Taking Method

Before you say to yourself “yes I know know this stuff already” and right off this post as another, “we should all use Cornell Notes”, take the time to consider the following benefits… Cornell Notes is a research-based method for … Continue reading

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Brookfield East High School Webpage: A Compendium of Great Resources

Check out this incredible school website.  The Brookfield East High School staff has agreed on several “Collective Commitments” or instructional non-negotiables that drive a systematic approach to school improvement and learning for all students. They have aligned skill based instruction … Continue reading

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Researched Based Instructional Strategy: Cornell Notes

Taking effective notes is an essential aspect of effective student learning.  It is also a critical skill for helping students become college and career ready. However, most of us spend little, if any, time reflecting on whether the methods teach … Continue reading

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