I see Math on your board... do you/have you used the "Notice/Wonder" concept in math. I think this could be a place to fit in math sketching... not sure it would qualify as true #Sketchnoting but it seems like a natural place #oredchat
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A4: Both! I find analogue more relaxing for me. But digital notes are become more efficient. Being able to copy, erase, enlarge... and the Apple Pencil. I’m doing more on my iPad than I ever imagined possible. #OrEdChat
Thanks @KathiSueSummers for heading up a great #oredchat I almost skipped it (I have plenty to do for the start of my year) but glad to get this type of hassle free PD 😆 Thanks to all for awesome response. Enjoy your week.
A3 I plan on allowing sketchnotes in their writing/reading response journals and any time they feel like it will be helpful. I will be using sketchnotes when I teach some of my mini lessons, and I will allow them to hear my thinking while I doodle for/with them. #OrEdChat
A4 I like using both! I enjoy a good analog sketch just as much as a digital. Especially since I can do it on my Galaxy Note. My favorite is to combine both and add some animations or bitmojis. #OrEdChat
A5 I believe it is for both. I can see several of my students doing this very well without any struggle. For some it will be difficult, but it wont be a requirement. It will just be another option to be creative. #OrEdChat