1. Making notes within notes
Making notes within notes

Making notes within notes

Follow along as Nicholas “The Nerdy Teacher” Provenzano provides ideas and insights to help students be more productive learners all year long.


  • Students have more and more to do every year. With an increased focus on testing, students need to take note of all of the important information covered in class to be prepared on exam day. One of the best ways to tackle these exams is through organization. Below are some quick and easy tips for helping students get organized and take on those exams.

  • Using your notes to their full advantage

    Taking notes in class can be a blur if there is tons of information to jot down. Time is needed to go back over the notes and see what stands out. The Post-it® Super Sticky Notes Combo Pack, Post-it® Flags and the Post-it® Flag Highlighter & Pen is perfect for going back over the notes after you are done with class.

    1. Use the highlighter to make vocabulary terms stand out. These can sometimes get lost in the page. The terms will show up in an exam or you might need to reference them in a lab report or essay.
       
    2. Use Post-it® Flags on pages that are filled with terms, examples, or other information that you do not want to miss. Letting them hang out of the notebook a bit will allow you quick access to the page when you need it.
       
    3. Use the Post-it® Super Sticky Notes to add more information to the page without writing over your notes. This is great if you want to add more details or references to the textbook but you ran out of room on the notebook page.
  • By turning these tips into habits, students will be better prepared for the classroom and any exam that might come their way. Check out the entire line of Post-it® Products and share how you have used them in the comments section below.


  • Nicholas

    Nicholas “The Nerdy Teacher” Provenzano is a Google Certified Teacher who has earned acclaim for using innovative and collaborative techniques within his classroom. Keep up with his ideas at www.thenerdyteacher.com.

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