Roll a History Check: D&D Bullet Journal
In this multi-week course, students will learn how to create a bullet journal-style notebook to keep all of their D&D campaign notes organized and easy to find.
Students will create and maintain a bullet journal for Dungeons and Dragons session notes in this ongoing class. A bullet journal is a blank dot-gridded book where you can design an open gateway to a world of endless possibilities with no limitations on functionality or design. Students can use a bullet journal to keep track of mission goals, side quests, non-playable characters, the BBEG (big bad evil guy), loot, and world lore, to name a few. We will define what a bullet journal is and...
Students will learn how to create and maintain a bullet journal for the role-playing game Dungeons and Dragons. The bullet journal style of note-taking will help them quickly find the information they need to know when referring to NPC’s (non-playable characters), quests, loot, and world lore.
I have taught high school art for ten years and have a Master of Art Education. Before my career as a teacher, I was a professional graphic designer for five years for the Love Advertising agency and the Houston Chronicle. Students will view visual examples of designs of Bullet Journals from around the world. I do not believe this is a sensitive or high-risk topic, but I have made every effort to be transparent with all expectations in this course.
Homework OfferedKeeping up with a bullet journal can take as much or as little time as each student wants. Students can do it in as little as ten to fifteen minutes a day or an hour or two if they love to draw.
0 - 1 hours per week outside of class
Assessments OfferedThere is not a formal assessment for this class.
One Gridded or Dot Gridded Journal/Notebook Pens Sharpie Pencils Highlighters Markers Eraser Ruler Optional: Washi Tape and Brush Lettering Pens/Markers
I remind all students before class that comments during the discussion are to be kept positive and on topic.
Meet the teacher
Outschool classes I offer are sculpture, painting, drawing, sewing, crochet, hand lettering, and bullet journaling. My projects are fun and affordable to make and I love to create things that are functional - usable in real life. I have taught...
$12weekly or $36 for 3 classes
1x per week, 3 weeks
Live video meetings
3-12 learners per class