New! Interested in creating visuals of research and practice? Check out this post on Sketchnotes 101 for how to get started!

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Sketchnotes are a form of creative scholarship. See more at Linking Research and Practice and Can you Draw it? Sketchnotes 101.

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.

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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:




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