My first experience teaching sketchnoting was to this fabulous group of fourth graders at Beaver Acres Elementary in Mrs. Hoxie's class. The very next day I was in four 8th grade humanities classes. The student examples are from multiple classes aged upper elementary to 8th grade.
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Geo Stories from @coachK
More of the brain is involved in the learning if there can be an anecdote or a physical location attached to the content. Using google streetview and geospheres story telling you can allow students to explore the world around them!
Scratch, lessons to get you started
Want to get started with coding in your classroom but you aren't sure how? We have seen 3rd-5th graders get really excited about this project, animate your name! It is one of the first challenges in the educators tutorial series.
Read. Tweet. Repeat.
For all you nerdy book lovers out there like me, readers win at life, So allow people to choose their own book to read is important, follow some of their steps to find your tribe, your reading soulmate so that you can cultivate the love of reading, Social media can help!
Current thoughts and ruminations on educational technology.