A SketchNote about Presenting
This blog post was inspired by two Twitter followers: Tanny McGregor who introduced me to Sketchnotes and Dan Meyer who made a recent post about tips from presenters: http://blog.mrmeyer.com/2017/presentation-advice-from-14-of-my-favorite-presenters/.
Here are my tips--in graphic form!
4/26/2017 09:48:54 pm
Reminds me of Giulia Forsythe's Visual Notetaking -- and before that a developmental writing student years ago who asked if she could sketch on her rough drafts because writing was hard for her but drawing easy. Of course I said fine -- the point of a draft is to get it down with whatever works for the writer. The draft was delightful. Permission to mix drawing and writing opened up her writing. I suggested she include sketches with her final version. Illustrated essay! Wonderful! When I started blogging a few years later, that was a definite influence.
4/29/2017 08:12:01 am
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Brian Kissel is an Associate Professor of education at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. His focus is writing instruction. He lives in North Carolina with his wife, Hattie and three kiddos: Charlie, Ben, and Harriet.