I absolutely fell in love with this resource! While it is a lengthy PDF file, it was worthwhile to print and put in a resource binder for students to access as we are working on the sketch noting process.
I love this teacher's use of tumblr and more over, I love their approach of how to teach students to use sketch notes in their notetaking. The samples provided are excellent to show to students on how they can get going with this process.
I use lots of videos from Discovery Streaming in my classroom and this makes much more sense than the fill in the blank worksheets or boring notetaking assignments I have given in the past to ensure students are paying attention and getting something from the video. The student work samples were amazing and the process this teacher discusses of how they use sketchnotes is awesome and fits perfect for a middle school learner.
A great slide show of how to use sketchnoting. This could be a good resource for working with teachers on how to incorporate this tool into this classes or even with students when introducing this process.
This blog provides a great insight into the topic of sketch notes and how they can really ramp up and engage students in the notetaking process. While not aimed toward educators and teachers, the links in the blog post provide great examples of what quality sketch notes look like as well as some of the means of teaching others how to get started with this process.
This is an amazing nine-module course of videos of how to start with sketch notes in the classroom. These nine modules break down the components of visual note-taking and help you build up your skills, one at a time. They would be wonderful to show to students as this process is taught!