Imagination is one of the most powerful tools we have as humans. Yet the emphases these days feels like just “teaching to the test”. For many, imagination seems to be lost art.
Sketchnoting encourages students to make connections in a way that works for them, and allows them to be engaged imaginatively and creatively while comprehending the subjects at hand.
Carrie Baughcum is a Special Education Teacher and a "a passionate believer that all children can learn, we just need to find out how". This beginners guide gives… learn more
Doug Neill looks at how how you might weave sketchnoting in your curriculum: build it into the arc of your course. During the first half of the course,… learn more
Rachel S. Smith used to get in trouble in school for Sketchnoting. Now she does it for a living, Sketchnoting during group meetings. It helps the group see… learn more
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Kevin Thorn defines Sketchnoting as a "a form of Visual Writing by expressing ideas, concepts, and important thoughts in a meaningful flow by listening, processing, and transferring what… learn more
Doug Neill takes a look at what is Sketchnoting, why it's important, and how it's not one-size-fits-all. He lists some of the skills to be developed, various forms… learn more
Some students will use Sketchnoting as a way to take notes during lectures. Others prefer to use it only when working alone or in small groups to organize… learn more
Claudine Delfin answers the question of why do visual note-taking – it enhances memory and improves understanding of the lessons. She then goes on to explain the basics… learn more