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THE DELIGHT WORKSHOP

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I can’t draw! Yes, you can! Want to learn how to have fun drawing out your imagination and ideas? What about learning how to take visual notes, which are more memorable, engaging and fun than just textual notes? If so, you have found the perfect workshop!

In this playful experiential workshop, you’ll rediscover your ability to draw, and discover how to use drawing to visualize and be more creative, take visual notes (including mind mapping), improve your memory and focus, develop a growth mindset, engage and simplify learning while teaching, and discover your inner peace.

In short, you’ll learn how to DRAW FOR IDEAS, NOT ART! You’re probably thinking now, but ‘I cannot draw!’. I rediscovered drawing at the age of 42, after 30 years. Don’t worry! If you can write your name, you can relearn how to draw again. Are you ready?

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THE DELIGHT WORKSHOP

  1. WORKSHOP
  2. 3 RULES! 1. Everyone can ____! 2. Progress comes with ________! 3. Have fun _______! PRACTICE WOW!
  3. WORKSHOP 1-2 Days TRAINER Zaid Alsagoff DESCRIPTION KEY TAKE AWAYS After this workshop, you will be able to: Draw basic cartoon faces, figures, elements and letters; Take visual notes and mind maps; Sketch notes and ideas digitally using a tablet and stylus; Draw while presenting; and Actively listen while drawing and taking notes.  Students  Academics  Teachers  Trainers  Corporate Staff  Anyone  Good Wi-Fi  LCD projector Whiteboard/Flipchart  Markers / Pens  Stylus  Tablet Participants will be empowered to visualize their imagination, and draw for empathy, learning, innovation, growth, health and teaching. I can’t draw! Yes, you can! In this playful experiential workshop, you’ll rediscover your ability to draw, and discover how to use drawing to visualize and be more creative, take visual notes (including mind mapping), improve your memory and focus, develop a growth mindset, engage and simplify learning while presenting (or teaching), and discover your inner peace. In short, you’ll learn how to DRAW FOR IDEAS, NOT ART! LEARNING OUTCOMES EQUIPMENT NEEDEDTARGET AUDIENCE ✓ ✓ ✓ Lecture  Discussions  Activities  Games  Group Work TRAINING METHOD DELIGHT +6012-2207324 zaid.alsagoff@gmail.com https://my.linkedin.com/in/zaidlearn https://www.instagram.com/zaidlearn/ http://twitter.com/zaidlearn ✓ ✓
  4. WANT THIS WORKSHOP? BUZZ ME!
  5. DRAWING? “A learner-generated external visual representation depicting any type of content, whether structure, relationship, or process, created in static two dimensions in any medium.” - Kim Quillin & Stephen Thomas Source (quote): https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4353088/
  6. MEDIUMS? PEN(CIL) PAPER MARKER WHITEBOARD STYLUS TABLET
  7. A century ago, DRAWING was taught as an essential skill for scientists, valued for communicating findings and enhancing observations. Source: https://blogs.scientificamerican.com/symbiartic/rediscovering-the-forgotten-benefits-of-drawing/
  8. …the ability to draw was a necessity. No cameras, printers, copiers, or online images - if you wanted to convey information visually, you had to DO IT YOURSELF. Source: https://blogs.scientificamerican.com/symbiartic/rediscovering-the-forgotten-benefits-of-drawing/
  9. Source: https://blogs.scientificamerican.com/symbiartic/rediscovering-the-forgotten-benefits-of-drawing/ In the 1920s and 1930s, drawing was ERADICATED from public school programs (US). People cheered! The product could be prepared in advance, and students would not waste class time practicing outdated drawing techniques.
  10. BIG MISTAKE?
  11. Let’s rediscover the FORGOTTEN BENEFITS of Drawing…
  12. DELIGHT
  13. RAWING
  14. http://www.bbc.com/news/science-environment-26925271 Brain scans revealed artists have MORE GREY MATTER in parts of their brains (contains most of the brain's neuronal cell bodies). The grey matter includes regions of the brain involved in muscle control and sensory perception (seeing / hearing, memory, emotions, speech, decision making, and self-control).
  15. https://c2.staticflickr.com/2/1609/26575068542_f850622914_b.jpg
  16. MPATHY
  17. Teaching doctors-in- training to make comics is about getting them to employ tools—of attention, EMPATHY, perspective, and storytelling—that will serve them well in their medical careers. https://www.newyorker.com/culture/culture-desk/what-medical-students-learn-from-drawing-mickey-mouse What Medical Students Learn from Drawing Mickey Mouse…
  18. EARNING
  19. REPETITION is the Mother of All Learning! - Old Russian Proverb
  20. YEAH!
  21. https://www.drawittoknowit.com/
  22. NNOVATION
  23. DRAWING triggers a mental state known as “FLOW”. In this state, you are fully immersed with an energized focus and a feeling of enjoyment. http://www.howdesign.com/design-creativity/drawing-exercises-sketch-creativity-happiness/ FLOW CREATIVITY
  24. ROWTH
  25. D E L I B E R A T E P R A C T I C E
  26. 4 3 2 1 4 Stages of Learning HighLevel Unconscious Incompetence Conscious Competence Conscious Incompetence Unconscious Competence - Noel BurchDesigned by: Zaid Alsagoff MASTERY!
  27. Diagram: http://headrush.typepad.com/creating_passionate_users/2006/03/how_to_be_an_ex.html The Mindset to Mastery… GROWTH MINDSET! am bad
  28. HOURS? PRACTICE EXPERT
  29. "It's not that I'm so smart, it’s just that I stay with problems longer." - Albert Einstein In 1905, Albert Einstein published the theory of special relativity, and then spent another 10 years trying to include acceleration in the theory and published his theory of general relativity in 1915.
  30. EALTH
  31. Drawing allows you to disappear into the act of creation. Like meditation, drawing is a CONTEMPLATIVE PRACTICE. Scientific evidence points to the mental health benefits of such practices. http://www.howdesign.com/design-creativity/drawing-exercises-sketch-creativity-happiness/
  32. Source: https://arttherapy.org/about-art-therapy/ According to the American Art Therapy Association, artistic expression may:  DECREASE anxiety, feelings of anger and depression.  ENHANCE cognitive abilities, foster greater self- awareness and help students regulate their emotions.
  33. TEACHING
  34. Teacher Engages Class with Incredible Drawings Every Day https://boredteachers.com/blogs/the-faculty-room/teacher-inspires-kids-with-amazing-whiteboard-artwork "On average 5-20 MINUTES, depending on how many colors, how large, or how detailed it is.” - Mrs. DeAnna Morgan
  35. Teacher Creates Mind-blowing Chalkboard Masterpieces https://boredteachers.com/blogs/the-faculty-room/teacher-creates-mind-blowing-chalkboard-masterpieces “In my classes, STUDENTS HAVE TO DRAW what I am demonstrating on the chalkboard.” - Chuan-Bin Chung
  36. VISUAL VOCABULARY
  37. TIPS? WANT THIS WORKSHOP? BUZZ ME!
  38. BUILDING BLOCKS
  39. THE 5 BASIC ELEMENTS…
  40. SPOT THE 5 ELEMENTS IN EACH….
  41. FACES
  42. FIGURES
  43. STICK FIGURES – EXPLORE STYLES
  44. STICK FIGURES – DESIGN YOUR OWN COLLECTION
  45. VISUAL NOTE-TAKING
  46. VISUAL NOTE-TAKING
  47. TIPS? WANT THIS WORKSHOP? BUZZ ME!
  48. LETTERS
  49. BULLETS
  50. FRAMES
  51. CONNECTORS
  52. SHADOWS
  53. VISUAL PRESENTATION
  54. TIPS? WANT THIS WORKSHOP? BUZZ ME!
  55. DIGITAL DRAWING
  56. LET’S EXPLORE!
  57. TIPS? WANT THIS WORKSHOP? BUZZ ME!
  58. ACTIVE LISTENING
  59. TIPS? WANT THIS WORKSHOP? BUZZ ME!
  60. zaid.alsagoff@gmail.com https://my.linkedin.com/in/zaidlearn htts://www.instagram.com/zaidlearn/ http://twitter.com/zaidlearn http://www.slideshare.net/zaid Zaid Ali Alsagoff Learning Innovation Specialist AQL Learning Innovation Consultancy

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