In this episode I chat with Aïssa Henni about the development and recording process for making instructional videos, using sketchnoting as a tool to make those lessons more engaging. Though Aïssa’s approaching it from the entrepreneurial side of things, this one is very relevant for traditional educators making the move to distance learning right now. Hope you enjoy it!
- Mike Rohde‘s book The Sketchnote Handbook
- Mind mapping champion Cyril Maitre
- Yes, there’s a mind mapping championship!
- Apps discussed:
- I outline how I develop and produce my videos here: Whiteboard Animation Workflow.
- Dave Gray delivering a sketched video lesson in real time.
- Verbal to Visual resources mentioned:
Free Sketchnoting Guide
Want to give sketchnoting a try but not sure where to start? Check out this sample of The Verbal To Visual Notebook:
That 100% hand-sketched notebook includes a set of prompts to help you put pen to paper and start sketching out ideas yourself.
You can get the free guide here.