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|Author by||: Emily Mills|
|Editor||: Walter Foster Publishing|
Improve your bullet journals, to-do lists, class notes, and everything in between with The Art of Visual Notetaking and its unique approach to taking notes in the twenty-first century. Visual notetaking is the perfect skill for journaling, class lectures, conferences, and any other time that retaining information is key. Also referred to as sketchnoting, visual notetaking is ideal for documenting processes, planning projects, outlining ideas, and capturing information. And as you'll learn in The Art of Visual Notetaking, this approach doesn't require advanced drawing or hand-lettering skills; anyone can learn how to use simple lines, connectors, shapes, and text to take dynamic notes. In The Art of Visual Notetaking, aspiring sketchnoters and journalers will find helpful "Getting Started" pages of icons and badges for common note-taking purposes, with tips and encouragement for creating you own unique icons. You'll go on to discover instruction and how-to techniques, tips, and tutorials that focus on visual notetaking for different settings, from a business meeting, workshop, or convention, to a college lecture or sermon. Expert instruction from a professional sketchnote artist and educator demonstrates how to visually arrange and compile ideas, focal points, and key concepts.
|Author by||: Sylvia Duckworth|
Sylvia Duckworth is a Canadian teacher whose sketchnotes have taken social media by storm. Her drawings provide clarity and provoke dialogue on many topics related to education. This book contains 100 of her most popular sketchnotes with links to the original downloads that can be used in class or shared with colleagues. Interspersed throughout the book are Sylvia's reflections on each drawing and what motivated her to create them, in addition to commentary from other educators who inspired the sketchnotes. To see samples of the drawings in this book, please visit sites.google.com/view/sketchnotesforeducators/home
|Author by||: Wendi Pillars|
|Editor||: W. W. Norton & Company|
A step-by-step guide for teachers to the benefits of visual note-taking and how to incorporate it in their classrooms. We've come a long way from teachers admonishing students to put away their drawings and take traditional long-form notes. Let's be honest: note-taking is boring and it isn't always the most effective way to retain information. This book is a guide for teachers about getting your students drawing and sketching to learn visually. Whether in elementary school or high school, neuroscience has shown that visual learning is a very effective way to retain information. The techniques in this book will help you work with your students in novel ways to retain information. Visual note-taking can be used with diverse learners; all ages; and those who have no drawing experience. Teachers are provided with a library of images and concepts to steal, tweak, and use in any way in their classrooms. The book is liberally illustrated with student examples from elementary and high school students alike.
|Author by||: Robin Landa|
|Editor||: Peachpit Press|
Always wanted to learn how to draw? Now’s your chance. Kean University Teacher of the Year Robin Landa has cleverly disguised an entire college-level course on drawing in this fun, hands-on, begging-to-be-drawn-in sketchbook. Even if you’re one of the four people on this planet who have never picked up a pencil before, you will learn how to transform your doodles into realistic drawings that actually resemble what you’re picturing in your head. In this book, you will learn how to use all of the formal elements of drawing–line, shape, value, color, pattern, and texture–to create well-composed still lifes, landscapes, human figures, and faces. Keep your pencils handy while you’re reading because you’re going to get plenty of drawing breaks– and you can do most of them right in the book while the techniques are fresh in your mind. To keep you inspired, Landa breaks up the step-by-step instruction with drawing suggestions and examples from a host of creative contributors including designers Stefan G. Bucher and Jennifer Sterling, artist Greg Leshé, illustrator Mary Ann Smith, animator Hsinping Pan, and more.
|Author by||: Dale Blake|
|Editor||: Speedy Publishing LLC|
As you sit down and take notes during business meetings and other presentations, you wish for a system in which you can take notes in a dynamic fashion. You want to be able to take plain, boring old notes and transform them into a medium that will give those ideas structure, clarity, meaning....and life. From these ideas, this innovative system of note taking can spur your creativity and you can be able to explore new creative avenues and come up with groundbreaking ideas that will take your business and career to new levels. You may wonder if a dynamic system of note taking exists, and it does--welcome to the world of SketchNoting.
|Author by||: Sunni Brown|
There is NO SUCH THING as a mindless doodle What did Einstein, JFK, Edison, Marie Curie, and Henry Ford have in common? They were all inveterate doodlers. These powerhouse minds knew instinctively that doodling is deep thinking in disguise-a simple, accessible, and dynamite tool for innovating and solving even the stickiest problems. Sunni Brown's mission is to bring the power of the Doodle to the rest of us. She leads the Revolution defying all those parents, teachers, and bosses who say Stop doodling! Get serious! Grow up! She overturns misinformation about doodling, demystifies visual thinking, and shows us the power of applying our innate visual literacy. She'll teach you how to doodle any object, concept, or system imaginable, shift habitual thinking patterns, and transform boring text into displays that can engage any audience. Sunni Brown was named one of the "100 Most Creative People in Business" and one of the "10 Most Creative People on Twitter" by Fast Company. She is founder of a creative consultancy, an international speaker, the co-author of Gamestorming, and the leader of a global campaign for visual literacy called The Doodle Revolution. Her TED Talk on doodling has drawn more than a million views on TED.com. Her work on visual literacy and gaming has been featured in over 35 nationally-syndicated news programs and reported on in The Wall Street Journal, CNN.com, the BBC, Fast Company, Inc. Magazine, etc. She lives in Keep Austin Weird, Texas.
|Author by||: Sylvia Duckworth|
|Editor||: Edtechteam Press|
Discover the Benefits of Doodling Educator and internationally known sketchnoter Sylvia Duckworth makes ideas memorable and shareable with her simple yet powerful drawings. In How to Sketchnote, she explains how you can use sketchnoting in the classroom and that you don't have to be an artist to discover the benefits of doodling Sketchnoting allows students to see the bigger picture in the concepts they are studying, make connections in their learning, and display their learning process--and all of that leads to better retention. In this fun and inviting book, Sylvia equips you with the basic tools you and your students need to introduce doodling and sketchnoting in the classroom. With step-by-step sketchnote practice sessions and 180] icons you can use or adapt to represent your ideas, How to Sketchnote will inspire you to embrace the doodler within--even if you think you can't draw. Bonus Get Free Access to Sylvia Duckworth's "Sketchnoting Icon Database " "Sylvia Duckworth is the queen of classroom Sketchnoting . . . . Sit down with this book to have your own personal mentor of sketchnoting and start empowering yourself and your students to supercharge ideas and learning." --Vicki Davis, teacher, IT director, and creator of CoolCatTeacher.com "Hooray for visual literacy, sketchnoting as a learning strategy, and Sylvia Duckworth for sharing this important contribution to our digital toolkits as technology-using teachers " --Dr. Wesley Fryer, author of Playing with Media: Simple Ideas for Powerful Sharing "Sylvia has created a great manual of the basics of how to sketchnote for yourself or have students use visual note-taking to support learning." --Kathy Schrock, adjunct professor, higher ed graduate students, Wilkes University "I am blown away by Sylvia's comprehensive guide/manual for sketchnoting for teachers and students. It contains a wealth of useful resources as well as ideas and activities to get started with this visual form of thinking, reflecting, and making your learning visible." --Silvia Tolisano, author of A Guide to Documenting Learning SylviaDuckworth.com
|Author by||: James David Rockefeller|
|Editor||: J.D. Rockefeller|
Notetаkіng mеаnѕ tо rесоrd іnfоrmаtіоn оbtаіnеd from other sources (lесturеѕ, bооkѕ, Intеrnеt) іn a ѕуѕtеmаtіс mаnnеr. Thе practice оf notetaking аllоwѕ students to review material wіthоut relying solely оn thеіr mеmоries. Nоt аll ѕtudеntѕ have gооd nоtеtaking ѕkіllѕ, аnd some wоuld argue thаt thе traditional mеthоd of nоtеtаkіng іѕ not thе most ѕuіtаblе mеthоd fоr аll students. Thе Vіѕuаl Notetaking Strаtеgу іѕ defined as the рrосеѕѕ of rерrеѕеntіng information non-linguistically. Thіѕ mеаnѕ thrоugh drаwіngѕ оr pictures. It саn bе simple, using ѕkеtсhеѕ оr dооdlеѕ, оr mоrе соmрlеx, using mіnd mapping оr concept mарѕ аѕ representations. Nоtеtаkіng іѕ a ѕkіll that tаkеѕ ѕоmе practice, but іt mаkеѕ a trеmеndоuѕ difference іn grades аnd - mоrе importantly -improves the аbіlіtу tо learn and fееl successful.
|Author by||: Karin Perry,Holly Weimar,Mary Ann Bell|
|Editor||: Rowman & Littlefield|
This book provides everything you need to get started with visual notetaking. Tools, inspiration, how to start, ways to practice, and ways to continue learning. It provides the research behind the benefits of using this tool for your own learning, as well as with your students. This note taking technique can be used by K-12 educators and beyond. The information is applicable to all grade levels and subject areas. The business world has been utilizing this technique for years, it’s time for education to jump on the bandwagon and make the most of creativity to help us learn, understand, and remember.
|Author by||: Carrie Baughcum|
The pencil is a single tool that has the power to reset mindsets, enhance thinking, improve retention, recall, and comprehension, calm us and make us smile...all this from our pencil! My Pencil Made Me Do It is a unique, hands-on, create-to-connect and doodle-to-learn book that will have readers DISCOVERING powerful moments, LEARNING the power behind visual thinking, and doodling to learn. Through honest perspective and creative insight, Carrie opens educators and students to VISUALIZING their thinking and their learning while enabling them to experience how they can bring visual thinking into our world. After reading this book, you can expect to: CONNECT with your very own visual learner and the deep power this holds. DOODLE your way through meaningful visual- and doodle-filled activities. REPEAT this creative epiphany tomorrow to bring out the best in yourself, your teaching, your children, and your students!
|Author by||: Dyan Burgess|
|Editor||: D & M Fancy Pastry Pty Limited in 2016|
What if you could make listening to lectures, lessons or presentations exciting? What if you took notes in a way that you wanted to review your notes again and again? Sound impossible! Make it possible using visual note taking techniques. Utilise the collection of over 50 visual notes of inspired learning to assist creating your visual note taking diary.
|Author by||: Christina Wodtke|
|Editor||: Cucina Media, LLC|
"If you're looking for the next tool to help you solve your hardest (and most interesting) challenges at work, try a paper and pencil. This book teaches you how to use them well - and have a bit of fun along the way."--Back cover.
|Author by||: Jason Barron|
|Editor||: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt|
Jason Barron spent 516 hours in class, completed mountains of homework and shelled out tens of thousands of dollars to complete his MBA at the BYU Marriott School of Business. Along the way, rather than taking boring notes that he would never read (nor use) again, Jason created sketch notes for each class—visually capturing the essential points of his education—and providing an engaging and invaluable resource. Once finished with his MBA, Jason launched a widely successful Kickstarter campaign distilling these same notes into a self-published book to help aspiring business leaders of all backgrounds and income levels understand the critical concepts one learns in business school. Whether you are thinking about applying to business school, are currently in college studying business, or have always wondered what is taught in an MBA program, this highly entertaining and visual book is for you.
|Author by||: Nichole Carter|
In Sketchnoting in the Classroom, author Nichole Carter shows how sketchnotes can help students retain new material, develop skills to articulate empathy and build connections to larger concepts. The book includes strategies for helping students feel successful in the process, for example, asking them what their brain is telling them, asking how they learn best and encouraging the process through specific note-taking strategies. The book includes an analysis of the brain science behind sketchnoting, including teaching students how to identify patterns and apply them effectively in their sketchnotes; lesson ideas for sketchnoting across content areas, including science, social studies, English language arts and math; tools and resources for both analog and digital sketchnoting techniques; tips for using sketchnotes for professional development, including at conferences and at department or staff meetings; and examples from a variety of teachers with experience using sketchnotes in their classes.
|Author by||: Ben Crothers|
|Editor||: "O'Reilly Media, Inc."|
Do you feel like your thoughts, ideas, and plans are being suffocated by a constant onslaught of information? Do you want to get those great ideas out of your head, onto the whiteboard and into everyone else’s heads, but find it hard to start? No matter what level of sketching you think you have, Presto Sketching will help you lift your game in visual thinking and visual communication. In this practical workbook, Ben Crothers provides loads of tips, templates, and exercises that help you develop your visual vocabulary and sketching skills to clearly express and communicate your ideas. Learn techniques like product sketching, storyboarding, journey mapping, and conceptual illustration. Dive into how to use a visual metaphor (with a library of 101 visual metaphors), as well as tips for capturing and sharing your sketches digitally, and developing your own style. Designers, product managers, trainers, and entrepreneurs will learn better ways to explore problems, explain concepts, and come up with well-defined ideas - and have fun doing it.
|Author by||: Stefan G. Bucher|
|Editor||: New Riders|
Presents a collection of questions to help readers determine where they are in their life and career, formulate goals, and how to achieve them, along with questions and answers from a variety of writers, musicians, and artists that they were asked on their way to success.