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03/08/2018

Boost the Quality of Your Student's Notebook

Students rely on the notes they take in class and the accompanying information their teachers provide to them. However, as the school year marches on, it can be easy for these notebooks to look nothing short of something from an Indiana Jones movie. If this sounds familiar, below is a post from The Tutoring Center, Garland TX on how to give your youngster’s notebook a spring cleaning.

Start With the Clutter

The first place to start is by removing all of the clutter. Before you do, be sure to get a pencil to mark each of the notes as you remove them and include a corresponding mark on the original notebook page. Once you have a pile of loose notes, encourage your youngster to sort through them thoroughly, ensuring that they don’t inadvertently throw away important information hidden amongst scribbles. If they find a page with only a small amount of useful information, cut it out and throw away the rest.

Time to Put It Back in -With a Twist

Once you have only the information you need to place back into the notebook, consider reformatting some of the notes. For example, if the loose note is a diagram, instead of stapling it to the page of a notebook, copy the note more legibly or even type it out to format it all on one page to include the diagram. This will mean a bit of work, but the result will be a concise and incredibly easy to read learning tool which your student can continue to benefit from.

High-Quality Tutoring in Garland, TX

If your student is struggling with their study periods or faces a challenge taking high-quality notes, tutoring in Garland, TX can help. Speak with a learning professional at The Tutoring Center, Garland TX by calling (972) 200-7877 to find out how one-to-one tutoring and subject-focused learning programs can help your student reach their learning potential.

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