New! Interested in creating visuals of research and practice? Check out this post on Sketchnotes 101 for how to get started!
I’ve recently been inspired to create sketchnotes whenever possible. They offer a creative and expressive outlet that words alone cannot capture. I create them as a way to focus, a form of moving meditation while observing, reading, listening, watching, and making sense of ideas. I hope you enjoy viewing them as much as I enjoyed creating them.
Here is a sample collection of Sketchnotes I created to capture themes expressed in a recent conference (PME-NA 40, November 2018). They focus on student experience, equity in mathematics education, the nature of mathematics, and student identity.
In one recent post I explored Keys to Playing the Publishing Game. This piece helped ground and orient my thinking on revising a manuscript.
For another example, see my post on Student Thinking as a Source of Insight in which I elaborate the following sketch:
Here are a few other recent Sketches I created while participating at the Research in Undergraduate Mathematics Education (RUME) 2018 conference in San Diego: