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Ensuring and further increasing student engagement in the classroom is a challenging task for the teachers. Teachers need to be creative with the tasks and activities they employ in the classroom so that students pay more attention to the topic being discussed. Greater the involvement of the students, better would be the chances that they learn. This study focused on studying the attitude of students towards sketchnoting activity in the classroom. College going students from Bachelor of Education (B.Ed.)., Bachelor of Arts (B.A., Applied Psychology) and Bachelor of Science (B.Sc., Clinical Psychology) courses were included in the sample.
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