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Yingying Zhang 37m
from β€˜s talk on ins and outs of publishing a book. at
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Derek McCoy Dec 8
Replying to @timlriley
I'm such a fan of - can you share more how students are demonstrating learning with them where you are?
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Sara Tenan Gray 3h
This is so awesome! I remember when "doodling" used to be considered a distraction to learning. Now that we've learned more abou the brain and its learning process, are known as a best innovative practice! Your students are lucky you're using this powerful tool!
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Yingying Zhang 29m
Snippets from my from β€˜s talk on book self-publishing, very cool talk!
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Yingying Zhang 41m
My sketchbook is full of sketches from cover to cover!
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Abhijit Bhaduri Dec 8
Thanks Nadia. Pl feel free to use the articles and in your work.
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Yingying Zhang 28m
Really enjoyed β€˜s workshop on leveling up on !!
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Carrie Baughcum 23h
Replying to @mccoyderek @timlriley
I have resources here Derek... and if you have more wonders or want to idea talk let me know. Always happy to chat!
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Yingying Zhang 35m
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Shelley Burgess Dec 8
YES! I treasure these beautiful of Thank you, Monica!
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Replying to @TheTechRabbi
They were unsure for the most part how they felt about it. I notice then whenever there is something new like or this, there is an initial pushback to the unfamiliar. But I had a number that embraced it and loved it!
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Nathan Rogers 8h
Happy to introduce a new person to after church this morning. Maybe I should be carrying around emergency copies of The Sketchnote Handbook to share.
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Miss G 14h
My amazing colleague and friend ⁦⁩ did this. She got me into Twitter - this might be next!
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Wendy Garland 9h
Learning about how I can be an active listener and synthesize what I learn.
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Tim Riley Dec 8
A2. I’ve always loved the idea of using
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Rasagy Sharma Dec 7
Replying to @IndSciComm @Rob_Dimeo
Several science researchers/educators are using visual notes/sketchnoting to make their subject easier to consume (or for introducing/summarizing/recalling). My favorite: by Physicist ! 😍
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Kat Puddicombe-Lagerquist Dec 8
Great convos at our EML PD. Thk you to the facilitators for hosting! Here are some of my -Ryan Campbell couldn’t help but jump in! & I decided he’s great at drawing bridges
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Monica Spillman, EDU 24h
Well, I’m 48. I’ll gladly teach you all I know .
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Justin Oswald Dec 4
A3 certain pages of their interactive science notebooks (ISNs) are for , some are free note pages, some are for Cornell notes, so it is encouraged to take notes in various ways to learn the different strategies and their own modalities
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Holly Swartz Dec 4
A1 I have always taught littles but this year as travel around to all of the classes at my school, I am introducving Ts and Ss to and as a way to take notes.
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