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How to Sketchnote: A Step-By-Step Manual for Teachers and Students (Paperback)
Discover the Benefits of Doodling
Educator and internationally known sketchnoter Sylvia Duckworth makes ideas memorable and shareable with her simple yet powerful drawings. In How to Sketchnote, she explains how you can use sketchnoting in the classroom and that you don't have to be an artist to discover the benefits of doodling
Sketchnoting allows students to see the bigger picture in the concepts they are studying, make connections in their learning, and display their learning process--and all of that leads to better retention. In this fun and inviting book, Sylvia equips you with the basic tools you and your students need to introduce doodling and sketchnoting in the classroom. With step-by-step sketchnote practice sessions and 180+ icons you can use or adapt to represent your ideas, How to Sketchnote will inspire you to embrace the doodler within--even if you think you can't draw.
Bonus Get Free Access to Sylvia Duckworth's "Sketchnoting Icon Database "
"Sylvia Duckworth is the queen of classroom Sketchnoting . . . . Sit down with this book to have your own personal mentor of sketchnoting and start empowering yourself and your students to supercharge ideas and learning."
--Vicki Davis, teacher, IT director, and creator of CoolCatTeacher.com
"Hooray for visual literacy, sketchnoting as a learning strategy, and Sylvia Duckworth for sharing this important contribution to our digital toolkits as technology-using teachers "
--Dr. Wesley Fryer, author of Playing with Media: Simple Ideas for Powerful Sharing
"Sylvia has created a great manual of the basics of how to sketchnote for yourself or have students use visual note-taking to support learning."
--Kathy Schrock, adjunct professor, higher ed graduate students, Wilkes University
"I am blown away by Sylvia's comprehensive guide/manual for sketchnoting for teachers and students. It contains a wealth of useful resources as well as ideas and activities to get started with this visual form of thinking, reflecting, and making your learning visible."
--Silvia Tolisano, author of A Guide to Documenting Learning