Sounds like the lecturer is going to hand out typed notes after. Thank god
How do you differentiate ... during this class & ... for this class
During this class, when speaking specifically, would be 授業中に(じゅぎょうちゅうに. ) However, in most cases I can think of, they are about the same.
To be clear, I mean that in English those two phrases almost always mean the same thing.
...What in the world kind of class WOULDN'T want you to take notes? O__O
Does this mean taking notes or taking notes from another person.
The first option, just plain taking notes.
A variant of Chatham house rules. Occurs in certain executive MBA and higher level political science courses.