#SketchnoteFever

 

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Hello sketchnoter friends!

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Welcome to the page for #SKETCHNOTEFEVER resources. This campaign was designed to bring awareness to sketchnoting and to build people’s visual dictionaries or vocabularies for use in sketchnotes.

What is sketchnoting? Sketchnoting, or visual note-taking, is an effective and fun way to take notes using doodles and text. It has many other benefits such as increased focus and engagement in class, improved comprehension and memory retention, helps develop creative thinking skills and allows students an alternative way to display their learning and make connections to course content. It has a calming and relaxing effect too! (Click here for articles and studies that support sketchnoting.)

Please click the links below for the 3-minute video lessons (Note that you might need to pause the video from time to time while you and your students are drawing if it goes too fast). There is also a link to a slide with the icons which you can use or show your students afterwards.

Please note that these are only mini-lessons for sketchnoting. For a detailed teacher’s manual on how to sketchnote, check out my new book published by the EdTechTeam Press   which you can order now from Amazon. Please click here to learn about special bonus features if you pre-order it before November 20.

Available now!

(Animation above by the amazing Brian Briggs)

1. School icons: Click here for the video. Click here for the slide.
2. Easy fonts: Click here for the video. Click here for the slide.
3. Animal icons: Click here for the video. Click here for the slide.
4. Fancy fonts: Click here for the video. Click here for the slide.
5. Transportation icons: Click here for the video. Click here for the slide.
6. More fancy fonts: Click here for the video. Click here for the slide.
7. Weather icons: Click here for the video. Click here for the slide.
8. Food and drink icons: Click here for the video. Click here for the slide.
9. Halloween icons: Click here for the video. Click here for the slide.
10. Banners: Click here for the video. Click here for the slide.
11. Containers/frames: Click here for the video. Click here for the slide.
12. Arrows: Click here for the video. Click here for the slide.
13. Bullets and Dividers: Click here for the video. Click here for the slide.
14. Faces: Click here for the video. Click here for the slide.
15. Female hairstyles: Click here for the video. Click here for the slide.
16. Male Hairstyles: Click here for the video. Click here for the slide.
17. People: Click here for the video. Click here for the slide.
18. School subject icons: Click here for the video. Click here for the slide.
19. More icons: Click here for the video. Click here for the slide.
20. Remembrance Day/Veteran’s Day icons: Click here for the video. Click here for the slide. Bonus lesson: Even more icons! Click here for the video. Click here for the slide
21. Winter Holidays: Click here for the video. Click here for the slide

Please use the hashtag #SKETCHNOTEFEVER to tweet/Instagram/Facebook your drawings!

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(Another creation by the brilliant Brian Briggs .  Yes, he sketchnoted this. With a Google Tilt Brush!)

Did you complete all 21 #SKETCHNOTEFEVER lessons and post your drawings on social media? If so, contact me (with your full name) on Instagram or Twitter (@sylviaduckworth) or by email (sduckworth100@gmail.com) and you will receive a personalized certificate!

CONGRATULATIONS