This article from listified.com reviews eight online note-taking applications that you might find useful.
Of course, an application you like will help. But you still need to know how to take notesâ€”how to organize them, what to write down, what to leave out, how much detail to includeâ€”and that takes practice, whether with a […]
This article aimed at middle-school teachers actually applies pretty well to those teaching high school and upper elementary students as well.
The ideal, of course, would be for all teachers in a school to teach good habitsâ€”teachers, talk to your colleagues and principals!
If paper organizers, homeword diaries, etc., don’t seem helpful, you might give this new online organizer a try.Â
MySchoolog.com is completely free and multilingual, including versions in several European languages as well as Chinese and Japanese. (If you are a Korean you might volunteer to help create a Korean version of the site.)