Notetaking For LearningThis week in lecture we talked about regulating your notetaking.Open the Notetaking for Learning ActivityComplete Part 1 of this activity now. Over the course of the next week, complete Part 2 and re-submit before your next lab. Note: If you do not complete both Parts 1 & 2 of this activity, you will not receive your lab engagement mark!!
• Weekly SRL
– My Planner 7
• Time Tracking Activity
• Active Notetaking in Class
– Experiment with active notetakingstrategies for your next lecture
– Add a notetaking strategy to your SL
• My Planners guide you to engage in the SRL cycle by
– Thinking ahead (Plan/Set goals)
– Thinking back (Monitor how things went)
• Make ‘My Planner’ work for you
– Thoughtful and reflective answers!
– Should take you 10-15 minutes
My Planner 7
• In upcoming sessions, we will focus on time
management and procrastination
• In preparation, you will need to know something
about how you spend your time.
– This week, record how you spend your time using the time
– You should track your time for at least 5 days
– You may use any tool you like for tracking your time. Some
suggestions are provided on the next slide
Track Your Time
• Time Tracking Tools
– You can use the provided Word document
– OR any tool you wish. keep in mind you need to be able to
export or print your record
• EX: Toggl for desktop or iphone is great! Please keep in mind 3rd party
websites may store your data outside of Canada. Refer to the course
syllabus for more info
• Upload your time tracker before next lab
Track Your Time
• Regulate your Notetaking
– Choose one lecture to focus on this week
– This activity guides you through the process of using
strategies to regulate before, during, and after the lecture
– Complete part 1 now
– Return and complete part 2 after your lecture
Make A Change:
Take Effective Notes
Add and try a Notetaking Strategy to your SL!
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