Summary of Gregg Notehand
These summary charts may have been posted on this group before, but I couldn’t track them down. They are found on the inside covers of the various Notehand textbooks. They are very handy. For a related chart of Notehand brief forms, click here.
Suggested Changes for Notehand Programs (1965)
Here’s a page from the past. It’s rather fun to see what teachers were thinking about to improve their Notehand courses. The list can be helpful to anyone today who might be teaching Notehand.
“The 7 Social Sins” – Notehand
Here are “The 7 Social Sins” (also known as “The 7 Deadly Social Sins” and “The 7 Blunders of the World”) in Notehand. This list was originally written by Frederick Lewis Donaldson, but is often attributed to M. K. Gandhi because he published it in his newspaper Young India in 1925. For a key, click…
“The 12 Rules For Life” — in Notehand!
I’ve been wanting to post Notehand reading material to the blog for awhile now, but I knew I needed to improve my penmanship first. My shorthand is still not anywhere near as polished as Carlos’ beautiful penmanship, but here is my first offering, such as it is. Maybe Notehand can be represented now up in…
I had an interesting experience this week. For the past 3 years, I’ve written in Notehand more than longhand or printing (I journal in Notehand, and am an extensive Notehand note-taker). A few days ago, right after writing in my journal in Notehand for a lengthy amount of time, I started a letter to a…
Notehand Dictation Recordings
Notehand Bingo fun
My kids are finally far enough along in the Notehand textbook that they can play the Notehand Bingo game I created for them last year. Anyway, I had a little fun today making a box for all the bingo supplies. Just thought I’d share.
Boogie Board 9.7 Sync eWriter for Shorthand
I thought I’d briefly share a fun gadget that can be used for shorthand note-taking. It’s the Boogie Board 9.7 Sync eWriter. You can think of it as a paperless digital notebook. Its screen and stylus were designed to have more of the feel of pen and paper, so it’s less slippery than writing on…