Sketchnote Primer

The how-to video I made for the Apple Distinguished Educator Global Institute in San Diego, July 2014.

A number of colleagues asked if they could use it in their classrooms–by all means! I have just two things to ask in return:

  1. credit for the video and,
  2. if you introuce the idea to your students let me know. A colleague and I are setting up some research to see how sketchnoting works in schools and I’d be grateful if you’d let us know how you are using it.

Thanks!

11 Comments

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    Kyle Pearce July 20, 2014

    Great resource, Brad! Thanks for sharing and inspiring me to put some more time into my sketch notes!

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    Trang Lai August 7, 2014

    I just introduced Sketchnote to my entire K-8 staff. There was visible excitement and interest from my staff. I think we could gather some data for you this year. Here is a link to their first Sketchnote attempt: http://padlet.com/tlai13/twloqjv2vw3x .

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      Braddo August 7, 2014

      These are wonderful. Thanks for sharing your work and the others’, too.

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    Autumn Laidler March 13, 2016

    Hi Brad! I am sharing your video with our teachers with technology to inspire them to allow students to sketch! Thanks for the great resource. –Autumn

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