For Sketch Notes, students use handwritten words and visual elements such as drawings, boxes, lines, and arrows to illustrate the main concepts from a lecture, as well as their interrelations.
In Guided Notes, the instructor provides a set of partial notes that students complete during the lecture, focusing their attention on key points.
The instructor provides students with a provocative statement and prompts them to locate details, examples, or data in their lecture notes to support the statement.
In Cued Notes, students use a template to prompt them to record a cue that you provide and to take notes on a lecture segment tied to the cue. Then, the template prompts students to summarize the full lecture.
In Note-Taking Pairs, student partners work together to improve their individual notes.