I have been sketchnoting for around 6 months, capturing ideas, thinking things out and refining technique.
Always a doodler, I have been interested in the work of Tony Buzan and Mind Mapping for many years.
Following an expert masterclass by fellow ADE Brad Ovenell-Carter this summer, my sketchnoting journey continued to develop. Progressing from SketchBook to Paper by FiftyThree my sketches try to capture the ideas of others and to plan out my own thinking.
A big part of a recent collaboration to create an iTunes U course ‘Developing Leaders : Redefining Mobile Learning’, Sketchnoting is now part of both our student and teacher skill repertoire, supporting them to make their thinking visible.
Here’s my collection of sketches made over the last six months.
Cuyamaca Field Trip
Lisa Jackson-Apple Loves the Environment
San Dieguito River Park
@Braddo inspires the next generation of Sketchnnoters
Mapping One Last Thing
Taking it Home
Drew Berry- animates small stuff
ADE Playground- where are we heading?
E.O. Wilson ‘Life on Earth’
Scripps Institution of Oceanography
The World in your Classroom
Be like a Juggler!
Tell your story
Back of the net Sketchnote
Student representation 1.1
Student representation 1.2
Student representation 1.3
Europe Code Week Planning
Family Makerfaire EU Code Week
Take on the Empire
The Web we want
The Market Square
Inquiry Cycle Kath Murdoch
Six Word Story Making Thinking Visible
Six Word tory
CSI Making Thinking Visible
Inquiry Kath Murdoch
Assessing Genius Hour inspired by Ed Charlswood
Who am I
Sketchnote Primer by Brad Ovenell-Carter
Check out the work of Amy Burvall fellow Sketchnoter and Serendipidoodle creator.