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Ongoing: Sketchnoting for the Divergent Thinker
Combine writing and drawing as we explore how to doodle with purpose! Learn to take notes in a way that is fun and artistic and helpful!
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Visual Learners need to write too! (And I don’t just mean labelling your doodles). Writing doesn’t have to be frustrating especially if it is taught by a visual learner TO visual learners! In this ongoing club, learners meet every week for a quick visual explanation of a writing concept. After reviewing this week’s writing topic, the class is guided through a visual grammar activity using their medium of choice (pen and paper, paint, tablet drawing program, etc) to visually represent the...
Every week students will learn by watching/ listening to a brief lecture about the sketchnoting skill of that week and then they will practice sketchnoting together. Students will be encouraged to share their doodles as class progresses. Some sketchnote lectures may include tips on note structure, some on organization, some on how to doodle icons, symbols, and nodes. No lecture will exceed 15 minutes. Subjects may circle back to previous weeks, but no classes will build on previous classes, meaning students can skip weeks as needed. All classes are learner-led and learner-interest driven Week 1: Basics of Sketchnoting & Sketchnoting Organization Week 2: Storyboarding and Icon building Week 3: Visual Metaphor Week 4: Doodle Challenges and Nodes/ Icons/ Symbols
-To teach a middle to high school level course, I have the expertise of teaching English Language Arts in a public school in the United States for 15 years --I have privately tutored middle school students for 15 years -I am AP Lit and AP Lang certified through the state of Georgia -I have won Teacher of the Year multiple times -I am currently certified with the National Council for Teachers 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) up to high school (grade up to 12) high school
Learners only need paper and pencil/ pen Colored pens and pencils are helpful but not required!
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
Students will share out writing pieces with teacher
40 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Nationally recognized teacher of excellence: English Language Arts, Speech, Debate, Philosophy
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
139 total reviews
197 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...