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Wednesday, November 15 • 10:30am - 11:30am
Sketchnoting in the Classroom

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Sketchnoting, also call visual notetaking, allows students to creatively organize their thoughts using sketches. Visual notetaking targets the auditory, visual, and kinesthetic learners as all three areas are utilized. Whether taking notes the traditional way and then creating a sketchnoted version, or sketching notes during a lecture, with sketchnotes students showcase their personalized understanding of the content. Learn how to teach students the basics of sketchnoting, how to create a structure that can be used for the process, and practice creating a sketchnote of your own in this session. Apps and tools that can be used for digital sketchnoting will also be covered. (If you are bringing an iOS or Android tablet, please install Autodesk Sketchbook. If you have a touchscreen laptop, Chromebook, or Surface, you will be using an online site. If you would rather sketchnote without technology, please bring a plain piece of paper, a pencil and a few colored pencils.)

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Kathy Schrock

Educational Technologist; Adjunct Instructor, Wilkes University
Kathy Schrock has been a school district Director of Technology, an instructional technology specialist, and a middle school, academic, museum, and public library librarian. She is currently an online adjunct graduate-level professor for Wilkes University (PA) and an independent educational... Read More →

Wednesday November 15, 2017 10:30am - 11:30am EST
Grandmaster Salon 1 (NOW)