Tech Tips 3.08

Week of October 12, 2015

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What is Visual Notetaking?

Visual Notetaking can also be referred to as sketchnoting or graphic recording. It involves text, graphics, and structure to create a new form of notes that are more than just words on a page.


It can be done using pencil and paper OR a computer OR a tablet.


Watch the video below for an in depth explanation of Visual Notetaking by Rachel Smith.

Drawing in class: Rachel Smith at TEDxUFM
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Examples of Visual Notetaking by Students

Click on an image below to view larger version. Click the link below to view more.

Examples of Visual Notetaking by Teachers

Anchor charts ARE visual notes! Click on an image below to view larger version. Click the link below to view more.
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Visual Notetaking on the iPad

You and your students can use any drawing app to create digital visual notes. Click the link below to read more about Drawing Apps for the iPad.
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Visual Notetaking Books

Visual Notetaking iTunes U Course - FREE!

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