🧠 MeisterNote of the Month: Semester Planning (Education)
Hello MeisterNote community! 👋
MeisterNote is made for writing, so what better way to showcase our youngest tool than for teaching an English class? Read on to find out how MeisterNote can be used to train a group of unruly kids 🤪 in the art of the English language.
In this lesson plan for a semester of English grammar, MeisterNote is used to share knowledge and practical exercises with students 👩🎓. Students duplicate the plan to their private note while teachers easily monitor and assess progress throughout the semester with access to all notes.
Interested? Check out the highlights below and leave a comment to get access to the template 😃!
Navigating Lessons with an Interactive ToC
Subheadings don't only break up text, they also make the entire page easily navigable by forming a table of contents accessible in the right sidebar 💪. Students can check the table of contents to access information directly and move seamlessly between explanations, examples and and exercises.
Increasing Engagement with Embedded Resources
It's rare for students to become immersed in a piece of text, which is why so many teachers and professors are increasingly integrating technology into classes 🧑💻. In this template, podcasts and videos are accessible from within the page, offering support for a variety of learning styles and some relief from an endless barrage of text.
Customized Content Blocks for Emphasis
Highlighting key information in bright colors draws attention to what's important, breaking up text, making it easier to read, and improving retention. Additionally, colored boxes are ideal for explanations and hints because they increase the likelihood that important information actually gets read and remembered.
I really wish I'd used MeisterNote when I was studying - it's such a neat way to document course content 🤩. Let me know what you think in the comments!