Sketchnoting in Education


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  • Option and accommodating student learning
    Writing is primary option, more secondary
  • students taking notes on laptops tend to act as scribes, whereas students taking notes longhand have to do more active processing, which appears to aid in learning. Sketchnotes require quite a bit of active processing, so this study would indicate potential value in sketchnotes in the classroom.
  • Sketchnoting in Education

    1. 1. Sketchnoting in Education
    2. 2. Hello!Naomi Bates Northwest High School Email: Twitter: @yabooksandmore Blog: YA Books and More
    3. 3. District lead secondary librarian, Northwest High School; Adjunct Instructor, Texas Women’s University; Advocate for Future Ready Libraries and Librarians Email: Twitter: @yabooksandmore
    4. 4. 1. What is Sketchnoting
    5. 5. Sketchnotes are rich visual notes created from a mix of handwriting, drawings, hand- drawn typography, shapes, and visual elements like arrows, boxes, and lines (definition from Mike Rohde, The Sketchnote Hand book).
    6. 6. 2. Why Sketchnote
    7. 7. Connects images w/info Appeals to different learning styles Encourages creativity
    8. 8. longhand notetakers outperformed laptop notetakers on measures of conceptual understand and long-term factual recall.
    9. 9. 3. mindshift
    10. 10. Attention span is heightened Done intermittently for notetaking or projects It isn’t doodling (repetitious) Meant for broader information Impacts key information Give your notes to the class, allow them to transcribe how they like
    11. 11. 4. How to begin
    12. 12. Paper 53 Adobe Draw Flip Ink Notes HD
    13. 13. 5. icons
    14. 14. Practice! person clock laptop toolpathpencil
    15. 15. 6. dividers
    16. 16. Practice! arrow leaf line with wingdings dotted linecurly linesfeather
    17. 17. 7. frames
    18. 18. Practice! Picture frame banner paper Speech bubbleNotebook coverShadow box
    19. 19. 8. connectors
    20. 20. Practice!
    21. 21. 9. Fonts
    22. 22. All types, practice a few….
    23. 23. 10. shading
    24. 24. Practice! Use color! Think of sun and shadows Highlight Always use darker color under lighter one
    25. 25. Vocabulary Overview/review Book report option Poster alternative Peer teaching Presentations Movie synopsis Bulletin Board showoff
    26. 26. You’re curious…that’s the first spark You want to try it. Kids will know it’s something you are forced to do You’d like examples of when to find time to do it…
    27. 27. During a time when the power is off and technology is defunct for the time being The day before a holiday Half days When you want to! The end of a unit or at the tail end of any project As a project!
    28. 28. Educator’s Guide: Sketchnotes for Visual Note Taking htsparktravel/sketchnotes-in- the-classroom/ Deliberate Doodling: Visualizing Course Concepts with Sketchnotes web/academics/teaching/sket chnotes.pdf Ted Talks: Doodles, Unite! ch?v=7fx0QcHyrFkcourage. Why Use Sketchnotes in the Classroom? The Benefits of Using Doodling and Sketchnotes in the Classroom icles/2016/01/04/the-benefits- of-using-doodling-and- sketchnotes.html?qs=benefits+ of+using+doodling 6 Ways To Get Students Engaged in Sketchnotes http://www.jennyknappen get-students-engaged- with-sketchnotes/
    29. 29. THANKS!Any questions? You can find me at @yabooksandmore & Presentation can be found at:
    30. 30. Special thanks to all the people who made and released these awesome resources for free: × Presentation template by SlidesCarnival × Photographs by Startupstockphotos
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