I started sketchnoting about one year ago. Since then it has been motivating me to make more drawings, try new things and explore my creative side. This sketchnote was made during an event where different speakers came to talk about the future of learning. I draw in sketchbooks, although I never manage to put everything on one page. Afterwards, I love to stick the pages together so that they look a little bit like a ‘comic’.
Today we feature an interesting experiment by Niels Walkau
I teach high school chemistry in Canada and am constantly looking to innovate and try new pedagogical approaches. I am inspired by and looking to incorporate, sketchnoting as a way for students to demonstrate their deep understanding of chemistry. We are boldly starting off by having students sketchnote their macroscopic observations of experiments and then do the same with their microscopic inferences of what they think is happening at the atomic level. I am looking for students to be thinking deeply and to explain concepts clearly. In my opinion, sketchnoting is tailor made for this. I am so excited to see where this takes my students this semester and beyond!
Other examples are on Niels' Flickr Album.
We will be happy to know how this will go.
Keep us posted Niels!
Here is the first sketchnote pf a series that Natalia Luptakova captured from Steve Garber's talk Vision of Vocation at Global Enterprise Network conference in Bratislava.
Livesketching from very inspirational conference in Bratislava, Slovakia. Steve Garber´s passion for vocation is infectious.
You can see all 5 sketchnotes on Natalia's Tumblr blog .
Thanks for sharing Natalia!
The small sample here are from my sketchnotes from my grad school at School of Visual Arts Products of Design MFA program. I have been doing this through my two year program which is about to end in may.
A tad late, I know, but but this work by Kate Rutter worths to be featured.
Valentines Day was wonderful and I wanted to celebrate it and remember it. And it was our 20th year, so a sketchnote will commemorate it. :)
Thank you for sharing this, Kate!