You can read on for information or get a condensed version of the details right here, including the sign up link. Hope you will consider joining in!
Picture the last time you doodled on your notebook paper. We bet you were in a class, at a workshop, in a conference, or at a staff meeting. Whether you realize it or not that doodling was helping to keep you focused and even helping you remember what you were learning about.
Sketchnotes help keep you and your students focused during lessons, workshops, etc. while helping you remember important information about the topic. Haven't heard of sketchnotes? No problem! We are starting from the beginning. Join us April 29th-May 24th to learn how to make those doodles even more meaningful and purposeful. During these four weeks you will complete a few simple, fun, engaging tasks a week to further your understanding of sketchnotes and sketchnoting. We will use a new tool called Wakelet and Twitter to help us with sharing our thoughts and ideas with you and each other. BUT if you aren't on Twitter, no big deal, you don't have to be. If you don't know what Wakelet is, no big deal, you don't need to . . . it's easy! Not an artist? You don't need to be!
This unique professional development opportunity will give you the chance to learn not only what sketchnotes are, but how to use them in your classroom and in your professional life. Sign up here to participate. We will be using The Conference Companion. This book will be used to guide us in our #sketchEDnh journey. Hope you will consider joining us and connecting with other educators in the great state of NH!
Your #sketchEDnh team,
Nicole Cassamassino. Technology Integrator. Peter Woodbury Elementary School, NH.
Craig Sheil. Technology Integrator. Bedford High School.
Jessica Gilcreast. School Librarian. Bedford High School.
Karen Desjadon. Media Specialist. Londonderry High School, NH.