Over the last few years, people have learned about the power of sketch-noting as a way to make sense out of ideas. However, some teachers feel nervous about it. You might be saying, “Those are pretty but I’m not that artistic.” That’s okay. It’s not about the aesthetics. It’s about the power of visualizing one’s thinking. In this workshop, you will learn a few sketch-noting tips along with potential ways you can incorporate student sketch-noting into your lessons.
About the Author
After working eleven years as a middle school teacher and instructional technology coach, John Spencer is now a full-time education professor at George Fox University. He is a published author and a startup founder who is passionate about creativity and design thinking. Feel free to contact him if you are interested in bringing in a keynote, session or workshop on creativity, assessment, or sketch-noting.