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Friday, October 19 • 2:15pm - 3:15pm
Integrating Augmented Reality into Cornell note taking for Math and Science

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My session will help teachers to use and adapt Cornell note taking method to suit their teaching style and provide students and teachers a method for organizing notes that reinforces the skills and concepts being taught in both Math and Science classes. Cornell note taking is a method of note taking designed to condense and organize notes. In conjunction with Cornell note taking I have integrated the free
Augmented Reality app, Aurasma to embed teacher and student created instructional videos, photos and web links to images within students' notebooks. Cornell note taking is a method I learned about after visiting an AVID school (Advancement Via Individual Determination) at an AMLE (American Middle Level Educators) conference 5 years ago. Since then I have adapted and fit this note taking style into my Math and Science classrooms in my middle school and included the augmented reality aspect. Currently my entire school has followed lead with all 26 math classes from grade 6 to 9 using the Cornell note taking method for Math classes (and numerous for science as well). I have also presented this topic with positive response to teachers outside my school from grade 6 to 12 during two division PD days in the past 3 years.

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Rob Melenchuk

Director of Inclusion, Red Deer Catholic Regional Division #39
Teaching since 2005 and proud to be called the "Director of Inclusion for Red Deer Catholic Regional Services." Formerly a Middle School Math/Science/Technology teacher, administrator and Director of Technology at Red Deer Catholic, I now get the opportunity this year to support our... Read More →

Friday October 19, 2018 2:15pm - 3:15pm PDT
Edmonds - Radisson