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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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Although analogue sketchnoting tools like pen and paper are great, you'll probably want to use some digital sketchnoting tools at some point, especially if you are thinking of using what you or your students create online or in a digital medium. As such, you'll need...
YouTube opens up the possibility of seeing a visual note and sketchnotes being created in real time. This is great for us who make visuals or who want to help our students make visuals as well. Seeing the order and items as they are created help. Check out these great...
As great as books are, blogs are also of great value. After all, a good blog will be updated frequently and include more specific examples rather than a general rules of thumbs that you see in books. As such, you should check out these wonderful Sketchnote blogs. Some...
One of the things I've found really helpful to introduce sketchnoting and visual noting taking into my own teaching, is to look at different fantastic books around using visuals for learning and effective communication. After all, communicating and aiding learning are...
Okay, let's talk analogue sketchnoting tools. While tools aren't everything, getting the right tools can help you a lot. They can add an enthusiasm for creating you and your students’ sketchnotes. Ultimately, you only need a pen and paper...or pencil...or whiteboard...