At my Smith’s School of English in Fukushima, I feel very fortunate to have an extra large, 1.8m-long whiteboard and with many colored markers, it is an enjoyable mission to fill the entire board during the lesson.
One of my incredibly charming Monday night students has the most interesting study habit. She takes out a digital camera and takes a wide-angle picture of the whiteboard at the end of every lesson. She takes it home, downloads it onto her computer, views it on her 17″ monitor and proceeds to revise and review all of the lesson by copying it into her notebook in pencil.
I have never seen such picture-perfect handwriting as she has, and never such a perfect notebook either, and judging by the progress she is making learning English, I could certainly recommend this procedure to others. This student is an absolute joy to teach and she sets a study example for the others around her. My job as her teacher is completely satisfying.