Improving learning skills in 21st Century classrooms through scaffolded note taking

In this free webinar, we’ll be joined by a panel of disability support professionals to discuss why a note taking process is valuable

16th November 2021, 06:00PM (Coordinated Universal Time)

Improving learning skills in 21st Century classrooms through scaffolded note taking

65% of information is left behind in the modern classroom. And no wonder! The volume and speed of information makes it harder to learn. But the act of taking notes helps you to identify and retain key information. It’s deceptively hard to take useful notes, but a note taking process can help us all become better learners.

That’s why here at Glean, we’ve developed CORI: our four-step process that helps learners of all abilities to overcome information overload and extract all the value you need from class. CORI stands for Capture, Organise, Refine, and Integrate. This process is baked into Glean: you capture and organise information, refine understanding, and integrate knowledge into study processes.

In this free webinar, we’ll be joined by a panel of disability support professionals to discuss why a note taking process is valuable, the importance of note taking in learning and further study, and why actually taking your own notes is so much better than receiving provided notes from a peer notetaker or instructor.

Our Panel

Paddy Heaton

Paddy Heaton

Event & Community Lead
 

Gigi Gencel

Gigi Gencel

Auxiliary Services Coordinator, Dartmouth College
 

Anne Osowski

Anne Osowski

Assistant Director, College of Charleston
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