The Cornell Note-taking method is probably the most organised method for students of all ages to take notes during lectures and when researching.  While this method is mainly used by college students, it works well for everyone. The standard Cornell method is based on three areas.

    • 6 inches on the right side of the page is the note-taking area where you record your notes during a meeting.
    • 2.5 inches on the left side of the page is the cue column that can be used to add a symbol or reference cue about the note.
    • 2 inches at the bottom of the page gives you an area to summarize your notes.

    Click here to access the Cornell Notes Generator to make the perfect note taking template for you or your students.  Hope you make good use of it.

    Cornell Note Generator

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