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  • Brian Piccolo School of Excellence
  • Chicago, IL
  • Nearly all students from low‑income households

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If you remember taking Algebra in high school, you probably remember taking LOTS of notes. Well, nothing has changed; we still take lots of notes. Currently, my students use their pencils, which is dull when trying to make things stand out. Color makes our notes pop! It allows students to color-code their notes, key terms, examples, important info. I teach these note-taking skills as part of my 8th-grade Algebra class. I use color to show them how to code their notes, and most can’t afford the extra cost because of tough economic times.

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If you remember taking Algebra in high school, you probably remember taking LOTS of notes. Well, nothing has changed; we still take lots of notes. Currently, my students use their pencils, which is dull when trying to make things stand out. Color makes our notes pop! It allows students to color-code their notes, key terms, examples, important info. I teach these note-taking skills as part of my 8th-grade Algebra class. I use color to show them how to code their notes, and most can’t afford the extra cost because of tough economic times.

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