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Learn to Sketchnote! the Art of Visual Note Taking.
A picture really does says a thousand words, so let’s learn how to take notes using simple drawings AND words!
There are no upcoming classes.
year old learners
learners per class
Meets 1x per week
Runs week after week
60 minutes per class
What is a Sketchnote? Sketchnoting uses both drawing and note taking to create something comprehensive and powerful! Written and plus simple illustration work together to create something wonderful. The illustrations help you understand the text, and the text helps you interpret the images. Why learn to Sketchnote? So many reasons, but here are a few: A picture really does say 1000 words, so having images to help support the words allows you to study faster! Plus, for more visual learners...
After one class learners should learn the basics of sketchnote taking and draw simple sketches. Learners will also learn some cool facts about that days sketchnote topic. After multiple classes, learners should feel comfortable taking their own sketch notes, become proficient at simplified mini drawings, and learn about a variety of topics because I will learn about something new every week.
I will ask that learners finish their sketch notes every week for homework. Some learners may not have homework if they finish in class time, but additional drawing for homework is always encouraged!
Sketchnote taking requires minimal materials! It can be done with just a pencil and an eraser. That being said colour can be powerful too. These are the tools I recommend: Sketchbook Pencil (must have) Eraser (must have) Pens. I recommend fine point, felt tipped pens. Black for sure, but more colours are encouraged! Highlighters, markers and/or coloured pencils
1 hour per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
Meet the teacher
I love to teach art, and specialize in drawing (wide variety of styles and techniques), procreate, watercolour, and acrylic painting. When I teach, I like to lead by example. This means that I draw, paint and create with my students. Throughout...