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Show What You Know: Illustrating and Annotating

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In this hands-on session, we will explore iPad strategies that help learners of any age visualize their learning. We will look at student examples of drawing, sketchnotes, and infographics and then will give you a chance to try these creative strategies on your own. To participate in the activities, please download the Tayasui Sketches and Pic Collage apps. We will also explore the drawing/annotation possibilities in the Apple Notes, Pages, and Keynote apps. (Links to apps posted at tinyurl.com/ipadcreate.)

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Show What You Know: Illustrating and Annotating

  1. 1. Illustrating and Annotating Show what you know Karen Bosch tinyurl.com/ipadcreate
  2. 2. tinyurl.com/ipadcreate Resources: Follow me: @karlyb
  3. 3. Hands On - Download: tinyurl.com/ipadcreate Apple Notes app (already on your newer iPad/iOs) Pic Collage Tayasui Sketches School
  4. 4. Creative
  5. 5. Why? How? ( Examples) Hands On Show What You Know
  6. 6. There are other ways to document learning besides a test.
  7. 7. What can you create to show what you have learned?
  8. 8. When students CREATE… they can’t Google the answer.
  9. 9. When students CREATE… they can’t copy/ paste
  10. 10. When students CREATE… it makes their learning visible
  11. 11. Make Thinking Visible Details/Whole Picture Patterns Relationships/ Connections
  12. 12. ILLUSTRATE Drawings Sketchnotes Infographics Book Snaps ANNOTATE
  13. 13. Why DIGITAL Learning Artifacts? • Create • Document • Distribute
  14. 14. DRAWING
  15. 15. Early Learners: drawing = native literacy
  16. 16. Hello Crayons app Kindergarten Field Trip LINK
  17. 17. Photos + Drawing • Doodle Buddy app • Example - Crystal Voytal’s Fifth Grade LINK
  18. 18. • Take a selfie • Find the photo in the PHOTO app • Tap EDIT on top right • Tap three tiny dots at bottom • Tap MARKUP Annotating Photos with Markup on iPad
  19. 19. Drawing in Keynote or Pages on iPad
  20. 20. Drawing in Keynote or Pages on iPad • Tap + on top right • Tap the Square/Circle icon top right • Tap DRAWING (more tools!) • Tap Done when finished. • Can trace an image! • Make your own clipart!
  21. 21. Animating Drawing in Keynote • Tap on the drawing. • Tap ANIMATE (You have to have the right touch to make this work!) • Tap the + in front of BUILD IN • Tap Line Draw • Tap DONE • Tap the ARROW to play
  22. 22. Sketchnotes Drawing + Words + Connectors
  23. 23. Ideas not Art
  24. 24. My Sketchnotes My Sketchnote Resources: tinyurl.com/ipadsketchnotes
  25. 25. WORDS Improves ability to: Understand Recall Retain IMAGES
  26. 26. • doubles ability to recall Study Link
  27. 27. (translation: Kids communicate ideas with emojis) ! " # with $% “Picting" not Writing
  28. 28. Benefits of Sketchnotes
  29. 29. Use ANY drawing app! Apple Notes app Tayasui Sketches School Autodesk Sketchbook Drawing Pad tinyurl.com/ipadsketchnotes
  30. 30. Apple Notes app
  31. 31. Demo Tayasui Sketches School (free!)
  32. 32. Sketchnotes in the Classroom
  33. 33. LINK
  34. 34. LINK
  35. 35. LINK
  36. 36. LINK
  37. 37. Middle School Sketchnotes Link
  38. 38. Poetry - Laurel Christopherson’s 10th Grade
  39. 39. Poetry - Laurel Christopherson’s 10th Grade
  40. 40. LINK Video PBS Learning Media
  41. 41. LINK Video PBS Learning Media
  42. 42. Infographics Text + Images
  43. 43. • Add backgrounds, text, stickers • Search for photos for project in app • Annotate with lines/drawings • Kids version (paid) removes social media elements and ads Pic Collage EDU
  44. 44. Bats • Examples - Ruth Bennefield’s 2nd graders
  45. 45. Climate • Examples - Gwen Sullivan’s 7th graders
  46. 46. • Examples - Ruth Bennefield’s 2nd graders Landforms
  47. 47. • Examples - Nicole Nesbitt’s 2nd graders Biographies
  48. 48. • Examples - Suzanne Swanson’s 4th graders State Reports
  49. 49. •Fifth grade Common Core Exemplar: Sentences with correlative conjunctions • Example - Carrie Fair’s Fifth Grade
  50. 50. • Definition, synonym, antonym, part or speech, example sentence, image • Examples - Carrie Fair’s Fifth Grade Vocabulary
  51. 51. • Deep dive interaction with text • Tara Martin (Book Snap Guru) • Examples from my students BookSnaps Pictures and Emojis Important Idea Vocabulary Word Question
  52. 52. BookSnaps Examples
  53. 53. Demo Pic Collage
  54. 54. Hands On Activities Sketchnote (Notes, Tayasui Sketches) Infographic (Pic Collage) Idea: 3 goals for the summer! Personal, School, Learning
  55. 55. Publishing Digital Artifacts? Blog Instagram Seesaw Animoto: free account for teachers!https://animoto.com/education/classroom
  56. 56. Contact me: k.bosch@mac.com tinyurl.com/ipadcreate Resources: Follow me: @karlyb
  57. 57. Illustrating and Annotating Show what you know Karen Bosch tinyurl.com/ipadcreate
  58. 58. Image Credits: • https://creativemarket.com/pixelbazaar/13226-Flatilicious-200-icons • https://icons8.com/ All other images and presentation content: copyright by Karen Bosch and are not to be used without permission. The entire presentation may be embedded into another web as long as attribution and a link back are included. Copyright:

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