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Learn from Lessons

This site encourages students to be active in their own education and teaches them how to get the most out of their lessons. With tips from preparing for the lesson to extensive examples on note taking.courtesy of netTrekker
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This site encourages students to be active in their own education and teaches them how to get the most out of their lessons. With tips from preparing for the lesson to extensive examples on note-taking.

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