Writing: Making Learning Stick

Continued Learning, Part 3

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In school, writing was necessary.  After graduation, writing became an option.  At least good writing did.  Everyone takes notes from time to time, but do we allow writing to help us in our learning?  It always amazes me how much I remember, after I actually write it down on paper.  When we write, we make our learning stick.

This is a 3 part series about how we can continue to learn beyond the traditional classroom setting.

Writing Making Learning Stick

To make this a little easier to digest, especially for those who don’t like to write, I offer four things we can all work towards:

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Moleskine Versus iPad

Why I Still Use Pen and Paper

Reading Time: 5 minutes

I was so excited to get an iPad.  “No more pen and paper,” I thought.  After I got my first touchscreen stylist and a decent note taking app, I was ready to go! In fact, people actually made comments and were generally excited that such technology was available.  For the most part, I felt the same way.  But it didn’t take long before I ran into a few problems. Now, after I’ve had my iPad for a few years, I’m back to using the basic pen and paper.

Moleskine Versus iPad Why I still use pen and paper

Here are 6 reasons why I still choose a notebook (moleskin) over my iPad for taking notes:

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