Why is note-taking important?
Here, we explain why we’re campaigning for #NoteTakingNotNotes to improve student independence and learningRead More5 min read
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Note taking support and the ADA
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Why is note-taking important?
Here, we explain why we’re campaigning for #NoteTakingNotNotes to improve student independence and learning
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Remote learning and cognitive overload
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