Thinking Classroom Sketchnote w/ 14 Elements

Took some time this weekend to update my Thinking Classroom sketchnote to the contain the now 14 elements as outlined by Peter Liljedahl:

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– Laura Wheeler (Teacher @ Ridgemont High School, OCDSB; Ottawa, ON)

11 thoughts on “Thinking Classroom Sketchnote w/ 14 Elements

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  2. Laura,
    Thank you again for your wonderful summary. I am diggin in this morning and now have a questions. Hoping you can help me with it. I am preparing a presentation for early January on this work and want to be as clear as possible in my own head.
    Step 7 Meaningful notes – encourages doing this after leveling, which is currently step 10. That makes sense to me. So does that mean you might stop for a first draft of notes and then fine tune after leveling, or should notes be moved in this progression? Or does this depend on the type of activity/learning that is planned for the day/week ??
    Thanks in advance for clarifying.

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  5. Dear Laura Wheeler. I couldn’t find your email address so I hope it’s okay to write here. Would it be okay with you if I would translate your sketchnote on thinking classroom to Icelandic? It would look similar and I would refer to your original work. The reason for translation being: We are expecting Peter Liljedahl to come to visit Iceland next year and are planning by translating his articles partly into Icelandic also. All the best, Bea

    • Hi Bea, yes so long as the artwork or inspiration for is credited I would love for you to translate it into another language. That’s awesome. Please share the final product when you’re done – I’d love to add it here. My email is laura.wheeler @ [no spaces]

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