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As a former teacher myself, I know how difficult it can be to try and make lessons engaging and creative for all students. Then you hear a “solution” but wonder how on earth it will fit in your actual lessons.
Sketchnoting will help make lessons more engaging, the learning stick and here are some resource to help.
Want to Learn Sketchnoting?Hear of this sketchnoting thing but not sure how you can I actually do it? I was completely the same and waited (as well as wasted) years waiting to start sketchnoting.
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Hi there fellow teacher. I’ve heard that you have some concerns about your students doodling during your lessons. I know it may seem like the aren’t listening or paying attention but I want to assure it isn’t necessarily the case. Yes, they may be off in their own...
This year I've set myself a challenge to try and sketchnote at least one thing each day. This is a great way to develop a skill (in this case sketchnoting) as practicing leads to improving (yes, this is an over simplification but if you want to get better at...
Sketchnotes is a term invented by Mike Rohde. He found his traditional note taking methods didn’t work at conferences. He tried to capture everything in written words but it was stressful, he remembered little afterwards and he never...
One of the ideas that I think I’ve picked up on in sketchnoting circles is that teachers should just “start sketchnoting” in their classroom. I’ll admit that this might be my misinterpretation of what people say (sometimes we read into things what we want to hear) but...
As soon as I came across sketchnoting I knew it was suitable for language learning. How? Because I recognized that my own language learning notes were a form of sketchnotes. Instead of using only words, I used icons and diagrams as well as words. That was because I...