You can use a combination of symbols, boxes, connectors, lists, and colours to transform notes from a boring piece of text to an interesting visual that is more memorable.
It's useful for:
- - Making revision resources
- Student note-taking during lessons
- Visual as you teach
- Creating graphic organisers
- End of unit reviews
- Memory joggers
You can use your Wacom device for sketchnoting so you can easily make changes and save it electronically. Then you can add it to other resources or upload it to your learning platform for students to access.
Have you used sketchnoting in the classroom? It's something I really want to develop in my teaching practice.