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Digital Sketchnotes for Visualizing Learning - ISTE CCL

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Slides from ISTE CCL Conference October 2020

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Digital Sketchnotes for Visualizing Learning - ISTE CCL

  1. 1. tinyurl.com/ipadsketchnotes Karen Bosch Twitter: @karlyb kbosch@southfieldchristian.org
  2. 2. tinyurl.com/ipadsketchnotes
  3. 3. Activity: Try It! Digital: Any drawing app will work! Pencil and Paper tinyurl.com/ipadsketchnotes
  4. 4. Apple Notes app (Free)
  5. 5. tinyurl.com/ipadsketchnotes Twitter: @karlyb Conference #ISTECCL
  6. 6. Mathew Pullen Content Moderator link
  7. 7. Introduce Yourself !Location? "What you teach? ✏Interest in Sketchnotes? $Experience with Sketchnotes?
  8. 8. Creative
  9. 9. Link to Pinterest Brad Ovenell-Carter Beginnings: ADE 2013
  10. 10. Find a way to practice weekly!
  11. 11. My First Sketchnote link to my sketchnotes
  12. 12. My First Sketchnote link to my sketchnotes
  13. 13. Sermons
  14. 14. Sketchbook Pro Example
  15. 15. Flipink Example
  16. 16. Tayasui Sketches Pro Example
  17. 17. Conferences
  18. 18. Conferences
  19. 19. Conferences
  20. 20. Conferences
  21. 21. Books
  22. 22. Book Quotes
  23. 23. Brainstorming
  24. 24. Meetings
  25. 25. Video
  26. 26. Trainings
  27. 27. Sermon Sketchnotes in Book Creator Link
  28. 28. SKETCHNOTES
  29. 29. ready?
  30. 30. STRUCTURE
  31. 31. NOT remember!
  32. 32. Getting Started DIVE IN!
  33. 33. Sketchnotes: try it! Title: “Sketchnotes” Topics: Why Tools Lessons 2 or 3 Key Ideas (not everything!) Text + Simple Drawing for each idea
  34. 34. ISTE Standards KNOWLEDGE CONSTRUCTOR CREATIVE COMMUNICATOR INNOVATIVE DESIGNER
  35. 35. Fill in the Blank Notes
  36. 36. (translation: Kids communicate ideas with emojis) % & ' with ()
  37. 37. "Picting" not Writing Source: https://thejournal.com/articles/2017/05/08/ picting-not-writing.aspx?m=2
  38. 38. “MEMES” for Personal Expression
  39. 39. Picture Superiority Effect Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Picture_superiority_effect
  40. 40. Typing vrs Article Study Link
  41. 41. increases/ enhances: • listening • comprehension • ability to recall Study Link
  42. 42. • doubles ability to recall Study Link
  43. 43. Link
  44. 44. Why? I hear what you are saying I see what you mean
  45. 45. Make Your Own Meaning
  46. 46. I listen better when I draw. It’s so easy to focus…your attention. Taking sketchnotes… helped my understanding because I had to visualize what he was talking about to draw it. Students Say:
  47. 47. Students Say: Benefits of Sketchnotes
  48. 48. Sketchnotes: try it! 1)“Why?” How did you do? 2) “Tools and Resources” Share your resources 3) “Lesson Ideas”
  49. 49. My Sketchnoting Tools
  50. 50. Inexpensive Stylus for Student Use Link
  51. 51. MACUL Apple Pencil Grant
  52. 52. “Sketchnotes” is not a specific app Device and App Agnostic Any drawing app will work! APPS:
  53. 53. My Sketchnote App Essential Features: Realistic tool simulation: marker, pen, pencil, crayon, watercolor Ability to customize tool width and transparency Easy zoom in for details, easy undo Background grid/lines and colors Type in text For advanced users: Layers Insert photos Lasso or resize tool Paint over/under tool Tool to fill shapes
  54. 54. Apple Notes app (Free)
  55. 55. Tayasui Sketches School (Free) Pro Version has layers and customization of tools - MY FAVORITE APP!
  56. 56. Procreate  (paid)
  57. 57. Autodesk Sketchbook (Free/Apple or Google) Link to App Pros/Cons
  58. 58. Adobe: (multi platform/in app purchase) requires login Fresco Photoshop Sketch Illustrator Draw
  59. 59. Drawing Apps for Early Learners Hello Crayons (free) Drawing Pad (paid) Drawing Box (Free)
  60. 60. KEYNOTE (Free)
  61. 61. DOWNLOAD LINK
  62. 62. SEARCH “Icons” SPLIT SCREEN DRAWING
  63. 63. TRACING! Self-Portraits
  64. 64. Use Layers to Trace (I used Procreate app to export this drawing process as a video) link to tutorial
  65. 65. Student Self Portraits in Keynote link to tutorial
  66. 66. Quickstart App Tutorial Videos Link Link Hint!
  67. 67. iTunesU Course: Digital Sketchnotes for Visualizing Learning FREE!
  68. 68. Sketchnoting for Teaching and Learning LINK FREE! •Created by Apple Distinguished Educators •Hints •Best practices •Inspiration
  69. 69. Link Sketchnote Handbook/Workbook by Mike Rohde
  70. 70. Link The Doodle Revolution by Sunni Brown
  71. 71. Link Sketchnotes for Educators by Sylvia Duckworth
  72. 72. tinyurl.com/ipadsketchnotes
  73. 73. Focus on what resonates with YOU!! (not everything!)
  74. 74. Google “clipart” or “icon” or use Noun Project site on phone while working on iPad.
  75. 75. Use two steps: do text live do graphics later use layers, color UNDER text (Gives time to reflect on what was heard and learned.)
  76. 76. Sketchnotes: try it! 1)“Why?” 2) “Tools and Resources” How did you do? 3) “Lesson Ideas” Share your ideas
  77. 77. Lessons for the Classroom
  78. 78. Sketchnote Expectations: Title/Topic of your sketchnote (bold text) 4 to 6 main ideas shown with both words and simple pictures (Use color, size, and line thickness to draw attention to main ideas) A way to organize and/or show the order of the steps/ directions (use containers, lines, arrows, or other organizers) A few details for some of the steps (smaller text, pictures) Thoughtful/creative use of color and iPad drawing tools to express ideas Your first name
  79. 79. Sketchnotes for Learning Student examples
  80. 80. Student Projects: Sketchnote Journals (6th grade) Flipink, Tayasui Sketches
  81. 81. Student Projects: How To Sketchnotes (6th grade) Flipink, Tayasui Sketches, Sketchbook X
  82. 82. Student Projects: Chapel Sketchnotes (6th grade)
  83. 83. Student Projects: Chapel Sketchnotes (6th grade)
  84. 84. Student Projects: NonFiction/Articles (2nd grade) Drawing Pad
  85. 85. Student Projects: Non-Fiction Text (4nd grade) Flipink
  86. 86. Student Projects: Science Notes (fourth grade) Flipink
  87. 87. Student Projects: Science Notes (fourth grade)
  88. 88. Student Projects: Science Notes (fourth grade)
  89. 89. Student Projects: Science Notes (7th grade) Keynote
  90. 90. Student Projects: Sermons (middle school) Flipink
  91. 91. Student Projects: PBS Learning Media Explorer Collection (Middle School) Choice of Apps
  92. 92. Student Projects: Discovery Streaming video (sixth grade) Flipink Keynote
  93. 93. Sketchnotes: Mythbusters Jr/ Discovery Education
  94. 94. Student Projects: Fiction Books/Stories (middle school) Flipink
  95. 95. Student Projects: Social Studies (middle school)
  96. 96. Student Projects: Bible (middle school)
  97. 97. Keynote Sketchnotes: BIBLE
  98. 98. Student Projects: Story/Poetry Comparison (High School)
  99. 99. Sketchnotes: try it! How Did You Do? Twitter: Post with @karlyb and #ISTECCL Questions?
  100. 100. ANIMATED SKETCHNOTE Keynote
  101. 101. Apple Clips App LINK Photos/Video Clips Audio Narration Live Titles/Captioning Annotate Overlays Music Poster Titles
  102. 102. Sketchnote Elements: Practice!
  103. 103. tinyurl.com/ipadsketchnotes Twitter: @karlyb Conference #ISTECCL
  104. 104. Copyright: Karen Bosch, All Rights Reserved

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