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Sketchnote for Educators

Author : Sylvia Duckworth
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Inspiring book of drawings for educators.

Sketchnotes for Educators

Author : Sylvia Duckworth
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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

How to Sketchnote

Author : Sylvia Duckworth
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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

Sketchnotes for Educagtors

Author : Sylvia Duckworth
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Sylvia Duckworth's sketchnotes have taken social media and the educational worldby storm. Colouful and insightful, her drawings provide clairity, provoke dialogue, and inspire educators, parents, and students alike. Sketchnotes for Educators contains 100 of Sylvia's most popular sketchnotes, with Links to free, downloadable images that can be used in your class or shared with colleagues. Interspersed throughout the book are Sylvia's personal reflections about the motivation behind the drawings, as well as commentary from educators whose work has inspired her sketchnotes. If you enjoy learning and helping others grow, you'll love Sketchnotes for Educators.

Sketchnoting in School

Author : Karin Perry
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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.

Presto Sketching

Author : Ben Crothers
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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.

A Guide to Documenting Learning

Author : Silvia Rosenthal Tolisano
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A new approach to contemporary documentation and learning What is learning? How do we look for, capture, reflect on, and share learning to foster meaningful and active engagement? This vital resource helps educators answer these questions. A Guide to Documenting Learning facilitates student-driven learning and helps teachers reflect on their own learning and classroom practice. This unique how-to book Explains the purposes and different types of documentation Teaches different “LearningFlow” systems to help educators integrate documentation throughout the curriculum Provides authentic examples of documentation in real classrooms Is accompanied by a robust companion website where readers can find even more documentation examples and video tutorials

Summarization in Any Subject

Author : Rick Wormeli
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Summarization. Just when we thought we knew everything about it, the doors to divergent thinking open and summarization—no longer something that students must endure until you get to the "cool" stuff—takes on an exciting new role in student success! In this second edition of Summarization in Any Subject, Dedra Stafford joins Rick Wormeli in adding fresh depth and creative variations to the basics, including changes to all 50 techniques from the first edition and brand new summarizing techniques that can be differentiated for multiple disciplines and levels of student readiness. Personably written, with a sense of humor and a commitment to students' substantive engagement with curriculum, this new edition provides practical, "show me what it looks like" tools and descriptions as well as QR codes and tech integrations for many of the techniques. The book provides A clear rationale for summarization in any subject along with an explanation of the cognitive science that powers its positive effects, including the influence of background knowledge and primacy-recency, plus the benefits of metaphors, chunking, timing, maintaining objectivity, and the efficacy that comes when students process content. Practical tips for teaching students note taking, paraphrasing, and text structure. Nine easy strategies that teachers can use to help students begin to understand what they need to know in order to summarize. Detailed descriptions of 60 strategies and critical thinking variations that provide students with memorable learning experiences, plus targeted support materials that assist in teaching and learning. It's time to revitalize learning and shatter the tedium associated with summarization, and this new edition of Summarization in Any Subject can help you do just that.

180 Sketchnoting Practice Prompts

Author : Karin Perry
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Sketchnoting is a powerful tool for learning and while you can jump right in and start creating visual notes, many people don't feel confident to start on their own. 180 Sketchnoting Practice Prompts is packed with activities organized from simple to complex. You'll start by making things out of squares to creating a Sketchnote using a Core Structure. This book is perfect for teachers looking for ways to introduce Sketchnoting lessons into the classroom. With 180 activities, it lines up nicely with the common school year. Everything you need is included. These activities are appropriate for the teacher and student alike. You don't have to be an educator to use Sketchnoting though. Anyone can benefit from adding images to written notes. 180 Sketchnoting Practice Prompts is over 250 pages of examples, traceables, and activities that will have you Sketchnoting in no time.

Seeing Autism through Parents Feedback Sketchnotes Technology and Evidence based Practices

Author : Demetria Ennis-Cole
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Seeing Autism is a comprehensive but easy-to-understand guidebook for caretakers, parents, educators, counselors, therapists, and researchers on various aspects of rearing and supporting children with autism spectrum disorder. It provides textual and visual information on technology tools, symptoms, diagnosis, auditory, sensory, visual, physical, and educational issues, as well as strategies and practices to help children on the Autism Spectrum reach their potential. Seeing Autism uniquely capitalizes on sketchnotes, a visual thinking tool, to communicate information and practices. Sketchnotes provide a unique space that can help the reader think differently, generate a variety of ideas, explore alternatives, and develop constructive points for expressing ideas and developing visual communication aids. This book will assist parents, educators, and professionals in schools (counselors, school psychologists, librarians) who work with children diagnosed with ASD; it will help readers increase their knowledge of autism and gain an appreciation for evidence-based practices and forms of technology that can be used to support learners on the autism spectrum. “This book is a call to arms and is as much a resource for the family friend as it is for the provider coming to the home. In the book Seeing Autism, Dr. Demetria Ennis-Cole helps individuals gain an incredible perspective and learn the struggles, challenges and joys of families rearing children, teens and adults on the spectrum. This book covers the entire spectrum and is a fantastic mix of research, parent perspective, and even sketchnotes for visual learners. The material is well-balanced and is a great resource to support individuals on the spectrum at home, in the community or in the classroom." Brad McGarry Father, Speaker, Author and Director of the Autism Initiative at Mercyhurst University

The Art of Visual Notetaking

Author : Emily Mills
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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.

Culturally Responsive Teaching for Multilingual Learners

Author : Sydney Snyder
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What will you do to promote multilingual learners’ equity? Our nation’s moment of reckoning with the deficit view of multilingual learners has arrived. The COVID-19 pandemic has further exposed and exacerbated long-standing inequities that stand in the way of MLs’ access to effective instruction. Recent events have also caused us to reflect on our place as educators within the intersection of race and language. In this innovative book, Sydney Snyder and Diane Staehr Fenner share practical, replicable ways you can draw from students’ strengths and promote multilingual learners′ success within and beyond your own classroom walls. In this book you’ll find • Practical and printable, research-based tools that guide you on how to implement culturally responsive teaching in your context • Case studies and reflection exercises to help identify implicit bias in your work and mitigate deficit-based thinking • Authentic classroom video clips in each chapter to show you what culturally responsive teaching actually looks like in practice • Hand-drawn sketch note graphics that spotlight key concepts, reinforce central themes, and engage you with eye-catching and memorable illustrations There is no time like the present for you to reflect on your role in culturally responsive teaching and use new tools to build an even stronger school community that is inclusive of MLs. No matter your role or where you are in your journey, you can confront injustice by taking action steps to develop a climate in which all students’ backgrounds, experiences, and cultures are honored and educators, families, and communities work collaboratively to help MLs thrive. We owe it to our students.

Understanding How We Learn

Author : Yana Weinstein
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Educational practice does not, for the most part, rely on research findings. Instead, there’s a preference for relying on our intuitions about what’s best for learning. But relying on intuition may be a bad idea for teachers and learners alike. This accessible guide helps teachers to integrate effective, research-backed strategies for learning into their classroom practice. The book explores exactly what constitutes good evidence for effective learning and teaching strategies, how to make evidence-based judgments instead of relying on intuition, and how to apply findings from cognitive psychology directly to the classroom. Including real-life examples and case studies, FAQs, and a wealth of engaging illustrations to explain complex concepts and emphasize key points, the book is divided into four parts: Evidence-based education and the science of learning Basics of human cognitive processes Strategies for effective learning Tips for students, teachers, and parents. Written by "The Learning Scientists" and fully illustrated by Oliver Caviglioli, Understanding How We Learn is a rejuvenating and fresh examination of cognitive psychology's application to education. This is an essential read for all teachers and educational practitioners, designed to convey the concepts of research to the reality of a teacher's classroom.

Culturally Responsive Teaching for Multilingual Learners

Author : Sydney Snyder
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Celebrate the Cultural and Linguistic Strengths of Multilingual LearnersDespite recent efforts to shift the narrative for our English learners, most of our present policies and practices are indisputably informed by a deficit lens that focuses on what is lacking (English language proficiency) rather than assets (emergent multilingualism. In this book, Sydney Snyder and Diane Staehr Fenner apply a strengths-based perspective where all educators can feel ownership for multilingual learners′ success within and beyond classroom walls. Highlights of the book include:*Case studies and reflection exercises to help educators respond to and mitigate deficit-thinking*Practical and printable tools that guide educators on how to draw from students′ cultural and linguistic assets*Authentic classroom video clips to support closing knowing-doing gaps*Sketch note graphics that serve as visual supplements to help reinforce key concepts and spotlight central themes.By using culturally responsive teaching as a framework for changing educational outcomes for multilingual learners and presenting the steps needed to develop a climate in which all students' backgrounds, experiences, and cultures are honored, educators will build a stronger and more diverse school community.

Music Journal

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Steam Power

Author : Tim Needles
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There are numerous books on STEAM, but most are either arts and crafts project books designed for children or high-level books that can be weighty and inaccessible for new teachers. As an artist/educator who has taught art and technology for years, Tim Needles brings a fresh and unique approach to these topics, focusing on creativity, innovation and collaboration. This accessible and engaging book offers creative ideas for blending arts and STEM learning (STEAM). It covers the fundamentals of STEAM, with project ideas and best practices, while providing insight from educators in the field. Technologies covered include: coding, robotics, 3D printing, virtual and augmented reality, photography, video, animation and digital drawing. In addition, the book addresses several different approaches to bringing STEAM learning to the next level, such as collaboration, global learning, project-based learning, makerspaces and social-emotional learning.

The Academy and Literature

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The Princeton University Library Chronicle

Author : Lawrence Thompson
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Vol.1- includes section "Biblia, devoted to the interests of the Friends of the Princeton Library," v.11-