How to Teach with Sketchnotes: Deep Understanding & Visual Note-Taking - Study All Knight
How to Teach with Sketchnotes: Deep Understanding & Visual Note-Taking. Visual note-taking is becoming such a valuable tool in our classrooms today. The benefits of visual note-taking are great. During the process of visual note-taking, students are required to listen to the speaker, make movements with their hands and turn those movements into visual representations. This type of note-taking really appeals to those visual, auditory and kinesthetic learners in your class. Ready to learn…
Graphic Novels in the Classroom: A Teacher Roundtable | Cult of Pedagogy
Four teachers discuss how using graphic novels has enriched their instruction, strengthened student comprehension, and engaged their most reluctant readers. #CultofPedagogy #ELA #teachingELA #teachingstrategies #schoollibrary #middleschool #highschool
Graphic Novels Are Elementary! Freebie
Graphic novels are rapidly gaining in popularity with students, as well as with librarians and teachers. The quality and choices of graphic novels available for the classroom are rich and diverse. Did you know that both Newbery and Caldecott honors have been awarded to graphic novels? Comics are "re...
Beginning Sketchnotes for 5th graders — ArtSmudge
I love creating sketchnotes. To get better at sketchnoting takes time, a commitment to routine practice, and willingness to experiment with different styles. I love solving the mystery of how to best convey an idea using graphics. Personally, I struggle with starting a work of art. I have great idea
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“Did you know that images can trigger empathy? Or that visual images often intrude on verbal thinking? Check out these #sketchnotes I created about the power of visual images. #InkAndIdeas #ncte18 @smokeylit @nsteineke @HeinemannPub #ReadSketchThink”
The Art of Comprehension: Exploring Visual Texts to Foster Comprehension, Conversation, and Confidence - Literacy Lenses
by Mary Howard Excitement was definitely in the #G2Great air on 1/31/19, when your co-moderators (Mary, Fran, Jenn, and Amy) welcomed our guest host and friend, Trevor Bryan, to the chat table. We have collectively cheered Trevor on from the moment we learned about his incredible thinking brainchild up to the celebration of the birth of his book this month, Art of Comprehension: Exploring Visual Texts
Using Sketchnotes With Novels and Plays - David Rickert
I know you’re the kind of teacher that makes their classroom a fun, engaging learning environment. I have a series of lessons done as comics that address various ELA topics like grammar, poetry, editing, and Shakespeare, all of which will make your students glad they came to class that day. All the fun is there […]
An Emoji Education — Learning in Hand with Tony Vincent
Get schooled on emojis! Emojis can play a role in communication, productivity, creativity, and learning. When you think of emojis as pictures you can type, you can begin to picture the possibilities! Check out some great emoji tools, resources, and ideas.
Using Comics to Teach the 4 Cs
When students read comics or create their own, they have an opportunity to develop their creativity, critical thinking, and communication and collaboration skills.
Getting Started With Romeo and Juliet - David Rickert
Romeo and Juliet is the frist Shakesepare play many students will read. Help them get off on the right foot with these teaching tips.