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Sketchnoting for beginners #pracped16


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A presentation by Lisa Stevens delivered at the Practical Pedagogies conference at IST 3rd and 4th November 2016 about sketchnoting/visual note taking from the point of view of an educator; why use it, examples of how to use it and how to do it!

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Sketchnoting for beginners #pracped16

  1. 1. Sketchnoting for beginners Lisa Stevens @lisibo PracticalPedagogies#pracped1 6 InternationalSchoolofToulouse .
  2. 2. What is sketch noting? “Sketchnotes are purposeful doodling while listening to something interesting. Sketchnotes don't require high drawing skills, but do require a skill to visually synthesize and summarize via shapes, connectors, and text. Sketchnotes are as much a method of note taking as they are a form of creative expression.” NuggetHead
  3. 3. Why visuals? The cognitive benefits of doodling Visual notetaking in the classroom holism feedback chemical changes connectivity fun
  4. 4. NuggetHea
  5. 5. #ililc5
  6. 6. How might you use Sketchnotes? Link
  7. 7. presentations - a ‘sketch-keynote?’
  8. 8. revision
  9. 9. thanks to Rachel Smith
  10. 10. stories - T4W
  11. 11.
  12. 12. literature
  13. 13. Used with permission
  14. 14. notetaking Brad Ovenell-Carter “Intelligent note taking”
  15. 15. notes - don’t need special equipment!
  16. 16. Erin French - Google+
  17. 17. Planning and organising ideas from Classroom Collective
  18. 18. stimulus
  19. 19. Thanks to Caroline Rosalind, posted on LiPS - “A 9 year old's way of remembering vocabulary. She wanted me to share it!”
  20. 20. instructions?
  21. 21. explanations
  22. 22. explanations 2
  23. 23. Promoting language to-keep-in-mind-when-learning-a-foreign/ Quotations Reasons to study Tips for learning What does the course look like?
  24. 24. Used with permission
  25. 25. More examples Karen Bosch slideshare has examples from classroom Ms Wendi’s World - examples from High School pupils
  26. 26. ‘How to’ guidance Verbal to Visual classroom -Youtube tutorials Mike Rohde’s Sketchnote Handbook Sylvia Duckworth Sketchnoting and Beginner’s Guide to Sketchnoting (on an iPad) plus Sketchnote Scribes Google+ community Wendi Pillars 4 quick mythbusters about using visual notes in the classroom Tips and tools to improve student note taking skills
  27. 27. “What did Einstein, JFK, Edison, Marie Curie and Henry For shave in common? They were all inveterate doodlers.” “There is no such thing as a mindless doodle.” “Edu-sketching is visual notetaking with intention, specifically geared to the classroom as another strategy to enhance learning.”
  28. 28. Thanks to Sylvia for permission to use
  29. 29. “the book is designed by teachers for teachers to help them get going with sketch noting” @lancslassrach
  30. 30. NuggetHea
  31. 31. NuggetHea
  32. 32. Carol Anne McGuire on Flickr
  33. 33. from wecollaborate from Maya IDA from Cheryl Lowry
  34. 34. Link
  35. 35. NuggetHea
  36. 36. Where do I start? a favourite quotation a story a TED talk a “how to” guide a film a presentation - or staff meeting
  37. 37. New Twitter account to follow: @sketchadood
  38. 38. Mike Rohde