An Interactive Lecture Notebook—Twelve Ways to Improve Students’ Grades: Drawing Students’ Attention to What They need to Know in Lecture

by: John E. Stencel

Much research supports the conclusion that most students do not take accurate and thorough notes. The interactive lecture notebook is prepared on a computer so changes and corrections can be made easily, and students can purchase the booklet at the beginning of the semester. This article spotlights the twelve advantages of this interactive lecture notebook.


Type Journal ArticlePub Date 3/1/1998Stock # jcst98_027_05_343Volume 027Issue 05

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