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Sketchnoting: Making Thinking Visible!


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Sketchnoting: Making Thinking Visible!

  1. 1. Martin Ricardo Cisneros @TheTechProfe Sketchnoting
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  3. 3. What? 4
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  6. 6. Sketchnotes ● Not an App ● Use any drawing app or paper! ● invitation to draw your CLS Sessions 7
  7. 7. “Connect, Collaborate, Create!”
  8. 8. Why? 9
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  12. 12. Many studies have proven that images are much more effective than words when it comes to comprehension, memory retention and motivation. This is a good reason for teachers to try to take up sketchnoting themselves and to encourage their students to take visual notes as well. 13
  13. 13. Getting the Learners Prepped What would happen if you had students draw their final exam? B A M N Or Martin Ricardo Cisneros @TheTechProfe
  14. 14. Uses? 15
  15. 15. The Academic NeedELLs need to be emerged in their academic language. Martin Ricardo Cisneros @TheTechProfe
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  21. 21. Sketchnotes are Texts Pictures Organizers
  22. 22. How? 23
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  24. 24. Martin Ricardo Cisneros @TheTechProfe Process ● Dive in ● Practice ● One Step or two steps ● Follow #Sketchnotes ●
  25. 25. You do not need to be an artist! Ideas art not
  26. 26. Students need information and facts Martin Ricardo Cisneros @TheTechProfe
  27. 27. Simple Steps Pick a Tool Develop a few basic icons Listen for & capture key points
  28. 28. Practice Time! Martin Ricardo Cisneros @TheTechProfe
  29. 29. What’s the Work? Sketch a… ● HOUSE ● CAR ● Coffee Cup ● Computer ● Pizza ● Bike Martin Ricardo Cisneros @TheTechProfe
  30. 30. Sticky Learning Martin Ricardo Cisneros @TheTechProfe
  31. 31. What does the product look like? Mindful Listening 1 Get in pairs 2 P1: Tells a story for 30 sec. 3 P2: Retells the story in 1st Person 4. P2 Tells a new story for 30 sec 5 P1 Retells the story in 1st person for 60 sec. MORE SPEAKING ACTIVITIES HERE! Martin Ricardo Cisneros @TheTechProfe
  32. 32. Know what they know 1 2 3 Martin Ricardo Cisneros @TheTechProfe
  33. 33. Time to work/create Lessons for the classroom 1. Video 2. Podcasts 3. Live 4. Sketchnote your mindful listening story 5. Sketchnote steps to creating your favorite food 6. Sketchnote how to...hit a homerun - manage your time - keep from stressing out...math/science/PE processes, english...etc.. Post your sketches here! Martin Ricardo Cisneros @TheTechProfe
  34. 34. The finalization of the work Martin Ricardo Cisneros @TheTechProfe
  35. 35. One more thing! 36
  36. 36. Tools 37
  37. 37. Resources 38
  38. 38. Martin Ricardo Cisneros @TheTechProfe Books: Here are the titles of some books that I have found inspiring as I work to develop my sketchnote skills: 1. The Sketchnote Handbook by Mike Rohde (a must have!) 2. The Sketchnote Workbook: Advanced techniques by Mike Rohde 3. Visual Note-Taking for Educators by Wendi Pillars - excellent book that examines sketchnotes from an educational perspective 4. The Doodle Revolution by Sunni Brown 5. Sketchnotes for Educators - from Sylvia Duckworth
  39. 39. Martin Ricardo Cisneros @TheTechProfe Additional Videos 1. Sunni Brown's TED talk: Doodler's Unite (note: some content inappropriate for students) 2. Drawing In Class - another TED talk by Rachel Smith 3. The Higher Purpose of Doodling - from CBS Sunday Morning 4. How to Make Toast - using sketches for design process, TED talk from Tom Wujec
  40. 40. Martin Ricardo Cisneros @TheTechProfe Stylus Recommendations: 1. Inexpensive Stylus - for student use 2. Apple Pencil - a must have for drawing on an iPad Pro! Currently the stylus that I am using! 3. Apple Pencil Cozy - keeps the top of your Apple Pencil attached! 4. Pencil - syncs with Paper53 and Procreate apps, pressure sensitive, works without sync in any app, easy flow! 5. Lynktec Apex Fine Point Stylus - A good fine point stylus for writing. See my review here. 6. Sensu Brush - amazing brush that works on the iPad! 7. Sensu Solo Brush - another less expensive option (I have not tried it) 8. Adonit Jot Pro Stylus - for fine lines, writing
  41. 41. Martin Ricardo Cisneros @TheTechProfe Research/Articles Related to Sketchnotes: 1. The Pen is Mightier than the Keyboard (study abstract) 2. The Lowdown on Longhand: How Writing by Hand Benefits the Brain (article) 3. Taking Notes: Is the Pen Still Mightier than the Keyboard (article) 4. What Does Doodling Do? (study abstract) 5. The Drawing Effect: Evidence for Reliable and Robust Memory Effects in Free Recall (study abstract) 6. The Benefits of Doodling and Sketchnotes in the Classroom (article) 7. Making Learning Visible: Doodling Helps Memories Stick (article) 8. 6 Ways Doodling Can Make You Smarter, Happier, and More Productive (article) 9. "Picting", not Writing, is the Literacy of Today's Youth (article)
  42. 42. Martin Ricardo Cisneros @TheTechProfe Educators Who Sketchnote: follow these educators on Twitter for inspiration 1. @Braddo - Brad Ovenell-Carter 2. @rockourworld - Carol Anne McGuire 3. @sylviaduckworth - Sylvia Duckworth 4. @langwitches - Silvia Tolisano 5. @rebezuniga - Rebeca Zuñiga 6. @Sharron_Drummond - Sharon Drummond 7. @MrsKemper - Mary Kemper 8. @jmattmiller - Matt Miller 9. @itsallaboutart - Nicki Hambelton 10. @ProfVigeant - Margot Vigeant 11. @lancslassrach - Rachel Smith 12. @TannyMcG - Tanny McGregor, great ideas to use sketchnotes with literacy 13. Also, follow the hashtags #skecthnote50 #sketchnotes #sketchnote #edusketch #SketchCUE
  43. 43. Martin Ricardo Cisneros @TheTechProfe Hybrid Sketchnotes: lLinks to creative ideas to combine sketchnotes with other apps and/or software: 1. iBooks Author + audio + sketchnotes: Carol Anne McGuire's Sketching the Sermon book 2. Thinklink + sketchnotes: Sylvia Duckworth 3. Tellagami + sketchnotes: Greg Kulowiec 4. Photos + sketchnotes: Greg Kulowiec
  44. 44. Martin Ricardo Cisneros @TheTechProfe Other Resources: 1. Sketchnote Element Handout - from Carole Anne McGuire 2. Sketchnotes for Beginners (on the iPad) - presentation from Sylvia Duckworth 3. Sketchnoting for Learning - presentation from Sylvia Tolisana 4. How to Get Started with Sketchnoting - resources from Vicki Davis 5. Sketchnoting in Education - resources from Kathy Shrock 6. Sketch "Quotes" - article from Heather Marshall/Middle School Minds with great examples
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  46. 46. VizNotes 101 Sketchnotes: 07-08 by Mike Rohdes, Some Rights Reserved Rockstar Scribe & Sketchnote Handbook by Laurens Bonnema, Some Rights Reserved Sketchnote Online Marketing Rockstars by Anna Lena Schiller, Some Rights Reserved
  47. 47. Distracted Bunny by Nurasko, Some Rights Reserved
  48. 48. Pop Quiz!
  49. 49. By Dominique Feldwick-Davis, CC0 Public Domain
  50. 50. By sharpemtbr, CC0 Public Domain By Unsplash, CC0 Public Domain By Feliciano Guimaraes, Some Rights Reserved
  51. 51. Right Brain by Allan Ajifo, Some Rights Reserved
  52. 52. Information Overload by Marina Noordegraaf, Some Rights Reserved
  53. 53. By rocksee, Some Rights Reserved This is the most amazing paragraph about ewoks ever! This is the most amazing paragraph about ewoks ever! This is the most amazing paragraph about ewoks ever! This is the most amazing paragraph about ewoks ever! This is the most amazing paragraph about ewoks ever! This is the most amazing paragraph about ewoks ever! Scratch Art Ewok by DarthPackman, Some Rights Reserved
  54. 54. By TBIT, CC0 Public Domain
  55. 55. My Sketchnote Toolbox
  56. 56. Doodle 101 From The Sketchnote Handbook by Mike Rohde From The Doodle Revolution by Sunni Brown
  57. 57. POP! Process Over Pretty Doggy Style by FroschMonster, Some Rights Reserved vs Either way, it’s still a dog.
  58. 58. Structure How will you organize your information? Linear Radial Vertical Path Modular Popcorn
  59. 59. Hierarchy WATCHMEN: Metro newspaper as The News Frontiersman [front page] by Annie Ok, Some Rights Reserved Size Color Font
  60. 60. Practice - People Star Method Draw a circle for the head Draw a star shaped body Complete the body Add faces, clothes, etc.
  61. 61. Practice - People The Gray Method Draw a rectangle for the body (straight up & down for formal; angled for active). Draw a neck (keep it short) and a circle/oval for the head. Add lines for the arms and legs. Use simple lines or loops for the hands and feet. Embellish - add faces, hair, clothes, etc.
  62. 62. Practice - Faces Draw a 3 by 3 grid of circles (9 total). Make sure they are big - we will be drawing different faces on them.
  63. 63. Practice - Faces Add 2 dots for eyes on each circle. Move the dots around so it looks like the eyes are looking in different directions.
  64. 64. Practice - Faces Add a nose to each face. Play around - they don’t all have to be the same.
  65. 65. Practice - Faces Draw a different set of eyebrows above each column.
  66. 66. Practice - Faces Draw a different mouth expression beside each row.
  67. 67. Practice - Faces Start combining the different eyebrows and mouth expressions on each face. I’ve done my first column as an example.
  68. 68. Practice - Faces You now have 9 different facial expressions! Can you give each one a name? How about adding details like glasses, facial hair, etc.?
  69. 69. Practice - Lettering → Double / Triple Line Method Write the word in large letters. Draw a second set of lines parallel to the first. Close the ends and then fill in the letters.
  70. 70. Practice - Lettering → Shadows
  71. 71. Practice - Lettering → Experiment and Get Fancy!
  72. 72. Practice - Visual Elements Arrows Bullets Lines Separators Thought Bubbles
  73. 73. Practice - Visual Elements Containers Icons The Noun Project
  74. 74. How can you KEEP practicing? Book study Ted Talks Podcasts
  75. 75. Would you rather…? The heart pumps oxygenated blood to the body and deoxygenated blood to the lungs. In the human heart there is one atrium and oneventricle for each circulation, and with both a systemic and a pulmonary circulation there are four chambers in total: left atrium, left ventricle, right atrium and right ventricle. The right atrium is the upper chamber of the right side of the heart. The blood that is returned to the right atrium is deoxygenated (poor in oxygen) and passed into the right ventricle to be pumped through the pulmonary artery to the lungs for re-oxygenation and removal of carbon dioxide. The left atrium receives newly oxygenated blood from the lungs as well as the pulmonary vein which is passed into the strong left ventricle to be pumped through the aorta to the different organs of the body. The coronary circulation system provides a blood supply to the heart muscle itself. The coronary circulation begins near the origin of theaorta by two arteries: the right coronary artery and the left coronary artery. After nourishing the heart muscle, blood returns through the coronary veins into the coronary sinus and from this one into the right atrium. Back flow of blood through its opening during atrial systole is prevented by the Thebesian valve. The smallest cardiac veins drain directly into the heart chambers. Diagram of the Human Heart, CC0 Public Domain a passage describing the blood path through the human heart? a diagram showing the blood path through the human heart? or
  76. 76. In the Math Classroom In the Science Classroom
  77. 77. In the History Classroom
  78. 78. In the Classroom Insert “SASsy” (Stop and Synthesize) points in lectures, videos, reading, etc. every 10 to 20 minutes (Wendi Pillars) Think and discuss - how could you use this in your classroom? Great Ted Talk by Graham Shaw on how we ALL can draw!
  79. 79. Resources
  80. 80. Let’s Practice! “7 Things That Happen When Students Own Their Learning” from the Creative Classroom Podcast featuring John Spencer
  81. 81. Thank you for joining me today!
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