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Wednesday, March 1 • 8:30am - 11:00am
Adventures in Sketchnoting

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Sketchnoting - aka visual notetaking, graphic narration, or purposeful doodling - can be an incredibly powerful way to take notes that are meaningful, engaging and fun. Sketchnoting can be a great tool to use with visual thinkers and those students who always need to have something in their hands. In this workshop, we'll explore resources, examine best practices in teaching your students to sketchnote, and even learn how to do it! Since this is a tech conference, we'll also look at electronic sketchnote resources, including how to use an iPad to sketchnote and some of the best apps to use. The best part of sketchnoting is that your students don't have to be artists to sketchnote, and you don't have to be one, either!

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Deborah Harris

Director, Educational Technology, Solomon Schechter Day School
Debbie Harris is the director of educational technology at the Sager Solomon Schechter Day School in Northbrook, IL and teaches religious school at Lakeside Congregation for Reform Judaism. Involved in Jewish education for over thirty years, she received an education degree from Northwestern University with a concentration in instructional media. She is skilled in using and teaching desktop publishing, video editing, presentation and animation... Read More →


Wednesday March 1, 2017 8:30am - 11:00am
ACT Pheasant C

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