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Sketchnoting at ISTE

One of my goals for my time at the ISTE Conference was to practice sketchnoting on the iPad Pro using the Apple Pencil and the Paper app. I had a great time doing it! I found that I was significantly less distracted when sketchnoting than if I was typing into a word processor, and thoroughly engaged (even though I was internally debating over which color to shade the box and how large to make the title).

I also attended two great sketchnoting sessions. One was presented by Matt Miller and the other was a panel facilitated by Vicki Davis and featured Kathy Schrock, Sylvia Duckworth and Carrie Baughcum talking about how they got started sketchnoting, how they use it with their students, and about some favorite resources.

My first attempts at sketchnoting during the conference appear below, in reverse order. I feel like I can already see how I improved, and that was just in a couple of days. Check back for more attempts (sketchnoting at URJ Camp Newman, anyone?) and for my thoughts on how I’ll teach this to actual students this fall.

Sketchnoting in Education session:

ISTE - 6

Using Games, Play, Digital Media to Build Your Own Maker Culture session:

ISTE - 7

Matt Miller’s Sketchnotes: Tools and Tactics for Visual Notetaking Session:

ISTE - 3

Sketchnoting Exercise from Matt’s session:

ISTE - 4

Innovation and Tradition in Jewish Education Jewish Educators’ Network

ISTE - 5

Innovative Learning Spaces session:

ISTE - 1

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June 30, 2016 - Posted by | ISTE, Sketchnoting | , , , ,

2 Comments »

  1. I love this piece, your sketchnoters and your reflection. Picking a color to use I hard yo! I love your style and shading. While Sketchnoting is personal, I am able to learn from your words and images. Kdep up the good work and I can’t wait to see what you do with your students!!!

    Comment by carriebaughcum | June 30, 2016 | Reply

    • Carrie – thanks so much for your kind words and encouragement. Yesterday’s session was one of my favorites! I can’t wait to share this with my students.

      Comment by Tktchr | June 30, 2016 | Reply


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