Habit formation is the process by which behaviors become automatic. Habits can form without a person intending to acquire them, but they can also be deliberately cultivated—or eliminated—to better suit one’s personal goals.
Drawing in Class
Rachel Smith shares her personal stories and insight about the value of drawing in class. She says, “It was just as easy to listen closely to what the teacher was saying if I was drawing images as it was if I was writing words.” Also, checkout Doug Neill’s info “Grading and Sketchnotes” in The Hive.
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Grading and Sketchnotes
As more and more teachers start to share the skill of sketchnoting with their students, a question that naturally comes up is this one: Should you be grading your students’ sketchnotes? And if so, how? Doug Neiil (Verbal to Visual) shares his insights and sketches.
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