Visual Thinking for Brainstorming, Planning, Learning, Collaborating, Harvesting
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    • Visual Thinking Brainstorming Planning Learning Collaborating Harvesting http://gforsythe.ca/bellnordic
    • Graphic Recording Then I discovered the amazing @Nancy White Graphic Facilitation
    • Graphic Recording on iPad and @ninmah
    • http://www.loosetooth.com/ @loosetooth
    • One of my first attempts: Chris Wilson at Northern Voice
    • Stephen Brookfield
    • Greig de Peuter, Creative Workers Unite
    • Karen Fricker, Robert LePage’s Post-Colonial Epic- Dragon’s Trilogy
    • http://www.theworldcafe.org/ Harvesting ideas @avrilorloff
    • Illustrate key ideas and leave “on the wall” to literally keep them in sight @Nancy White
    • Early attempt at visual recording large scale, projecting my iPad
    • David Wiley, Why Open Education
    • Live drawing TEDxUSagradoCorazon
    • @jamjar on Flickr Sketchnotes are being taken all the time. Examples from Creative Mornings:
    • Images act as a memory anchor for me. Similar to the method described in Joshu
    • Ancient Romans and Greeks used the memory palace technique to remember long speeches. The placement of drawings in my notes act as a written memory palace for me.
    • “But I’m not an artist!” Yes, you are.
    • Sunni Brown, TEDx
    • 'The illiterate of the 21st century will not be those ... who cannot read and write, but those who cannot learn, unlearn, and relearn” - Alan Toffler
    • Kolb’s (1984) three domains of learning: cognitive affective psychomotor
    • Or simply, Head Heart Hand
    • DaveGrayInfo.com
    • Visual notes only need
    • http://gforsythe.ca/connect2014
    • Use only these 4 shapes
    • Bikablo 2.0 Add titles & borders
    • Bikablo 2.0 Add borders & titles
    • metaphors
    • “We cannot understand anything unless we create internal neuronal networks that reflect physical relationships” - James Zull
    • Conceptual Metaphors in Everyday Language Lakoff & Johnson (1980)
    • Austin Kleon, Show your work
    • @Nancy White
    • templates
    • http://darcynorman.net/photo by @IrwinDev Templates
    • @Nancy White
    • Sequence with Timelines @Nancy White
    • Theoretical Basis (from Sibbet and Margulies and the work of Arthur Young, noted in The Change Handbook, )
    • from: Dan Roam, “Blah, Blah, Blah”
    • Note taking Mueller, P., & Oppenheimer, D. (2014). The Pen Is Mightier Than the Keyb Psychological Science, Oshii, M. (Director). (1995). Ghost in the Shell [Film].
    • 2. Encoding 1. External Storage Benefits of Note-taking
    • @Nancy White Ultimately, the principles of improv apply