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I've been hired by conference and event organizers to capture sketchnotes, live and in real-time, including GE, Summit Series, Leadercast, SXSW Interactive, An Event Apart, JESS3 and SEED Conference. I'd love to capture your next event with live sketchnotes or from recorded audio or video. Send a note and let's talk. The Sketchnote Handbook I wrote The Sketchnote Handbook with Peachpit Press (November 2012). The book teaches ways regular people can use sketchnoting techniques to make note-taking more memorable and more fun. The Sketchnote Workbook The Sketchnote Workbook is a follow-up to The popular Sketchnote Handbook, with more ways to use sketchnoting to visually capture ideas, experiences and information. Sketchnote Videos Here's a short video by Daria Kempka on how I began sketchnoting and the doors it has opened for my illustration and live sketchnoting career: Sketchnote Audio Hire Me to Sketchnote Your Event Check out my sketchnote portfolio for an idea of my past work. Related:  Sketchnoting

Coggle Sketchnotes using Discovery Streaming Video | The Middle Pages This week, the sixth graders worked on taking sketchnotes while watching videos from Discovery Streaming. We began class by watching this short video that I created which gave students an overview of the sketchnote process. I also gave students a quick lesson on using the Flipink app and gave them about 10 minutes to test it. I knew the students were going to be starting a unit on Africa. So I downloaded 4 videos from Discovery Streaming that talked about different regions in Africa. Students selected which video they wanted to watch and worked on creating their sketchnote as they worked. Students were very quiet and focused as they worked. Here are a few examples of the sketchnotes that they created from the videos: The Flipink app is a good app for beginning sketchnotes. If you are interested in learning more about sketchnotes, here is a page which I created with links to apps, examples, and other resources: Creative APPtitude: Sketchnote Tools and Resources

Should we have a test or not? Create new Stickymoose EnglishNederlands Done! You can now invite participants by sharing this link: Send as private message on This is your personal link to manage your Stickymoose: About•FAQ•Legal•Twitter•Facebook•Blog•Email•Report a problem•Copyright © 2012-2013 Stickymoose•All rights reserved Processing... Please send us your feedback! Your email address: Your feedback: We received your feedback, thank you! Drawing can help you think and focus better — even if you're not good at it Do you ever draw? Most of us don't, and the reason we usually leave drawing to the artists is because we're not very good at it. Who wants to do something they're bad at? But maybe we should rethink this assumption, especially since drawing has so many benefits, artist or not. Consider this idea: What if drawing was just a low-stakes thing we did because we enjoyed it and it helped us see the world better? "We have misfiled the significance of drawing because we see it as a professional skill instead of a personal capacity," writes design historian D.B. Dowd suggests we reframe the act of drawing. Here's another example: You might enjoy eating at a restaurant that boasts an incredible chef, and you may also enjoy a great pasta dish you make at home. The same is true for drawing. It forces you to focus Forget your preconceived notions about who can draw and who can't. Sitting (or standing!) It makes memories stick In fact, it worked so well that I started sketching when I travel, too.

Little Bird Tales - Home The Sketchnote Podcast: Season 1 Re-Released I'M EXCITED to re-release my series of 10 Sketchnote Podcast videos for you. Watch all 10 episodes on Vimeo, YouTube, or right here: Sketchnote Podcast Episode 1 Sketchnote Podcast Episode 2 Sketchnote Podcast Episode 3 Sketchnote Podcast Episode 4 Sketchnote Podcast Episode 5 Sketchnote Podcast Episode 6 Sketchnote Podcast Episode 7 Sketchnote Podcast Episode 8 Sketchnote Podcast Episode 9 Sketchnote Podcast Episode 10 Video shot and edited by Brian Artka at Size 43 Creative. Reach out and say hello.

inkle Sketchnoting In The Classroom - Verbal To Visual My name is Doug Neill, and here’s a bit of my background: In 2011 I received a Master of Arts in Teaching from Pacific University, with secondary certifications in Math, Science, and ESL.That same year I got pulled into the world of visual thinking and documented my skill development over at The Graphic Recorder.I launched Verbal To Visual in 2013 to help others develop their sketchnoting skills, and have built four courses to date: An Introduction To Visual Note-Taking, How To Make Sketchnote Videos, Sketchnoting In The Classroom, and Learn In Public. February 15th, 2017: Announcing the project! April 1st, 2017: An update on how it’s all coming together. June 22nd, 2017: Check out the first sample video lesson! August 1st, 2017: Practice activities for each lesson! February 23rd, 2018: How I developed the subject-specific lessons. Why might you sign up? Any questions or concerns? Think you might want to use these resources in future school years?

Smilebox-invitations Manifesto We, the Doodlers of every nation, in order to form a more perfect world, establish semantic truth, promote whole-minded learning, provide for the struggling knowledge worker and student, enhance educational well-being, and secure the benefits of the Doodle for ourselves and our posterity, do ordain and establish this Manifesto for Doodlers everywhere. —Set Forth by the Founding Infodoodlers this 14th day of February of the Year 2011 to doodle (modern defn.): to dawdle; to draw something without thinking; to scrawl aimlessly; to make meaningless marks; to do something of little value, substance or import; to do nothing. Contrary to popular belief, THERE IS NO SUCH THING AS A MINDLESS DOODLE. The very act of creating a Doodle necessarily engages the mind. Doodling IS thinking, soldiers, it’s just thinking in disguise. We hold these truths to be self-evident: Because of these realities of the Doodle, we, the Revolutionaries, hereby DECLARE A DOODLE REVOLUTION. Long Live the Doodle Revolution.

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Sketchnotes: Tools and tactics for visual notetaking About the presenter: Matt Miller has taught for more than a decade, integrating technology to engage students and create unique learning experiences. He created the Ditch That Textbook blog, is a Google Certified Teacher and co-hosts a podcast on the BAM Radio Network. Matt’s book, Ditch That Textbook, was recently published. Buy a copy of Ditch That Textbook on Amazon, or don’t wait — get a copy from Matt for $20, cheaper than the Amazon price. Matt travels around Indiana and the United States to present at schools, workshops, conferences or any other professional development event. Great sketchnoting resources: Matt’s posts on sketchnoting and sketchnote-related ideas: Carrie Baughcum’s sketchnoting for beginners video: Other visual notetaking resources:

Fake iPhone Text Generator SketchNotes on Education – tips4teaching Feel free to download and share the range of SketchNotes on Educational topics. Share your educational sketchnotes on Twitter using the tag Supporting a trainee How I draw Meet the team Objectives Boys and Achievement Supporting the distracted 10 tips to Headship SAMPLE- 1st Year as a HoD SketchBook ATL Union conf TeacherToolkit job hunt Vocabulary @Teachertoolkit Assembly plan Organising Course work folders Interview notes Notes on Change Management AFL, practice makes perfect – @teachertoolkit Ofsted Outstanding What teachers Dream and September planning Boys Reading Like this: Like Loading...

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