My Top 10 Sketchnotes in 2016

As the clock ticks down to the end of 2016, it’s a perfect time to reflect on the past 12 months. I derive a huge pleasure in creating drawings related to education and then sharing them on social media. A question I often get is, “What are your most popular sketchnotes?” Well, thanks to Twitter, it’s easy to get hard statistics to find out the answer. So here they are, in order from 10 to 1. Make sure to read to the end to find out the most popular sketchnote for 2016!

#10: The Benefits of Creativity (134 retweets)

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#9: Three Questions to Ask Your Child Every Day (135 retweets)

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#8: Modes of Thinking (168 retweets)

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#7: Teaching Digital Citizenship (173 retweets)

7#6: 10 Reasons to Use Inquiry-based Learning (181 retweets)

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#5: 10 Reasons Why Every Teacher Needs a PLN (221 retweets)

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#4: 10 Growth Mindset Phrases for Teachers (225 retweets)

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#3: 10 Things We Can Learn from Superheroes (241 retweets)

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#2: Seven Digital Citizenship Rules (293 retweets)

2#1: A Checklist for Today’s Teachers (413 retweets)

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Click here to read about my most popular sketchnotes for 2015. NOTE: Free downloads for these drawings can be found on my Flickr site or in my book, 100 Sketchnotes for Educators. (Click here to order.)

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