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  • 1. LEARNER MAPS Making learning visible
  • 2. What is a learner map?  Learner Maps is a visual representation of children's learning.  It draws on ideas from mind mapping, infographics and Mike Rohde's Sketchnoting handbook to create an assessment tool that helps us to zoom out to see the whole child.  Learner maps are messy, creative and a load of fun. q
  • 3. A good learner map is worth a thousand words
  • 4. The big ideas Mindmapping Big picture assessment Infographics Sketchnoting O D W B
  • 5. Mindmapping
  • 6. infographics “Visualisations that present complex information quickly and clearly”
  • 7. Te Whāriki How do I fly? Skills What can I do? Knowledge What do I know about my world? Play interests What are my favourite games and toys? Dispositions What is my default ways of being? Cultural identity What is my whakapapa? Working theories What am I wondering about? Funds of knowledge What knowledge do I bring from home? Schema What patterns do I repeat in my play? Relationships Who is important to me? Learning strategies How do I go about learning new things? Islands of interest What am I an expert in? Multiple Intelligence What kind of smart am I? Learner identities Who am I as a learner? Attitudes What is my ways of thinking? Strengths What am I good at?
  • 8. LEARNER MAPS
  • 9. Create a learner map Brainstorm the key ideas Sketchnote the learner map Share with others z x a
  • 10. Te Whāriki How do I fly? Skills What can I do? Knowledge What do I know about my world? Play interests What are my favourite games and toys? Dispositions What is my default ways of being? Cultural identity What is my whakapapa? Working theories What am I wondering about? Funds of knowledge What knowledge do I bring from home? Schema What patterns do I repeat in my play? Relationships Who is important to me? Learning strategies How do I go about learning new things? Islands of interest What am I an expert in? Multiple Intelligence What kind of smart am I? Learner identities Who am I as a learner? Attitudes What is my ways of thinking? Strengths What am I good at?
  • 11. Why use learner maps?  It helps us to zoom out and take a holistic view on children’s learning and progress.  It generate creative and in-depth conversations about children’s learning.  It’s affordable and we don’t need access to technology to create them.  Learner maps can explain complex ideas quickly and clearly. q
  • 12. Reflect on the session Something new Something to rethink Something to do P U y
  • 13. Share your work Dalene.mactier@gmail.com The sketchnote handbook by Mike Rohde http://www.slideshare.net/Dale neMactier/learner-maps J j r