Sketchnotes are a great way for students to take notes visually, but did you know you can use them as a formative assessment tool? Visually representing content is a great way to quickly assess students and provide them with options for learning.
There are various tools to develop sketchnotes; however, Sketches School is one of my favorites on iOS and Android. It's easy to use and offers a variety of accessible options for students to use. I used Sketches School to develop this sample sketchnote to share my understanding of Universal Design for Learning (UDL). I was able to draw examples, words, add text, shapes, and images from my camera!
Want to see how it works?
Check out my 4-minute tutorial video.
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