Level 2: Sketchnoting & the ADHD Brain: Note-Taking for Divergent (Older Kids)
In this 55 minute class, intermediate-level students ages 14 and up will learn how to take their sketch-notes to the next level through more complex doodles and in so-doing build a study skill that can help them become a life-long learner.
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Sketchnoting is about capturing our mental maps and increases learning by 30% (source listed below) This class is the Level 2 Sketchnoting class for older kids. There is a Level 2 for kids under age 14. What are we learning? How to map out ideas using a visual format aka SKETCHNOTING for the intermediate sketchnoter. This class is geared towards budding artists or students who have already tried sketchnoting. Class will open with several DOODLE CHALLENGES to warm up our minds. We will...
Students will learn how to: analyze how a work of nonfiction draws on themes, patterns of events, and how to visualize those ideas in note-taking form cite the textual evidence that most strongly supports an analysis of what the text says explicitly as well as inferences drawn from the text. determine a theme or central idea of a text and analyze its development over the course of the text, including its relationship to the sketch-noter and how to draw an objective summary of the text
-I have taken three workshops on Sketchnoting: Sketchnoting 101/ Visual Note-Taking/ ADHD Visualization and Neurodivergency -To teach a high school level course, I have the expertise of teaching English Language arts in a public high school in the United States for 15 years -I am currently certified with the National Council for Teacher of English -I am currently certified to teach English Language Arts Level T-7 (Highly Qualified) under the Georgia Professional Standards Commission from 2007 - 2022; certification to be renewed 2026 -I have a BS in English Education from Kennesaw State University -I have taught this material through the Johns Creek Student Leadership Council for three years to students from middle school (grade 6) to high school (grade up to 12) high school
1. working web cam that can focus on your drawing OR 2. tablet/ drawing pad that can be screen shared briefly 3. something to write on (digital or otherwise) and something to write with (digital or otherwise)
Students will need to share-out their doodles/ drawings/ sketch notes
55 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Nothing in the podcast is worrisome. It talks only about Marcus Aurelius's theory on stoicism and happiness and the application of those theories in the modern realm
Sources Youtube Video Ted-Ed (shown through teacher's computer no need for student to access a 3rd party app): (found free here: https://www.ted.com/talks/tom_wujec_got_a_wicked_problem_first_tell_me_how_you_make_toast?language=en ) PODCAST: "Stoicism's Simple Secret To Being Happier Ryan Holiday & The Daily Stoic" (played through teacher computer--not accessed by students) (found free here: https://podcasts.apple.com/ca/podcast/stoicisms-simple-secret-to-being-happier/id1430315931?i=1000505517166 Making Learning Visible <- used as reference by teacher--not viewed by students
Nationally recognized teacher of excellence: English Language Arts, Speech, Debate, Philosophy
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
79 total reviews
148 completed classes
Hi! My name is Jordan Kohanim. :-) I have been teaching high school English Language Arts for 15 years in the United States. I am a member of the Review Board for the National Council for Teachers of English (NCTE). I also am a nationally...