Wacom Back to School Canadian Webinar: Drawing on the Right Side of Learning: Sketchnoting, Visual Thinking & Making Learning Connect - Shared screen with speaker view
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Good morning Jason!
I am from Toronto, and am a student from the University of Toronto. My interest in visual design brought me to the webinar today! Sam is so talented!
Thanks so much, Ivana, and welcome! And I have to agree with you - Sam is amazing. I'm always so impressed.
Hi everyone, I am a high school student from Mississauga. I am interested to learn about visual design and how I can connect it with my school career.
Welcome Ilzah - and thanks for joining! I am sure you will learn some great skills from Sam
Thanks for joining Hanan! I love your idea around sketchnoting - you're right!
Good morning all, tuning in from Kamloops, traditional territory ofTk'emlúps te Secwépemc
I love bringing visual not taking to learners and teachers, I also wish this was legit when I was a student! :)
Great to have you Jason!
“note taking” ;)
Hello, I am a student at Western University, currently in Toronto! I am really interested in learning about sketchnoting to examine a new way to present information that I could use in my future school career!
We were talking earlier and I totally agree with you - people seem so much more open to new ideas and methods these days than when I was in school
Love to have our Canadian EdTech Leadership Summit sketchnoted to capture our Future-Proofing Learning ideas captured visually
Ooooh which Wacom tablet is Sam using?
or is it an iPad?
Sam is currently using the Wacom One (DTC-133), which has an SRP of CAD $529.Easily connected to Mac or PC, and soon to have full Chromebook support as well
🐟 nice 🐟
Thank you Don! Great comment!
Jason Barron is the guy who Sam mentioned about the visual MBA: https://mindmappingsoftwareblog.com/sketchnote-visual-mba-book/
Thanks Sam, “normalize pausing” 💡
Great comments everyone - thank you!
what if you misinterpret your sketch notes when you are looking back at them? How do you avoid that situation?
Thanks, Yiely! I'll make sure to bring up your comments at the next possible time!
Excellent point, Don.
Kudos Sam! Thank you 😃