The Verbal To Visual Classroom Clothesline - Doug Neill - planning, organizing, wall space, outline, timeline, sketchnotes, visual note-taking, doodling

The Verbal To Visual Classroom Gets A Clothesline

The Verbal To Visual Classroom is taking shape!

I’ve given it a significant amount of wall space, as well as its own clothesline (a method that I learned from author Steven Pressfield and described in a recent video episode).

As you can see from my clothesline, I’ve decided to break the course down into the following nine modules:

The Verbal To Visual Classroom Clothesline - Doug Neill - planning, organizing, wall space, outline, timeline, sketchnotes, visual note-taking, doodling

Part 1: The Pieces

Introduction – Text – Layout – Imagery – Color

Part 2: The Point

Learn – Solve Problems – Share Ideas – Onward

In Part 1 we’ll be exploring the options available to us – the tools that we get to choose from as visual note-takers.

After an overview of those pieces and how they fit into the visual note-taking equation, we’ll move on to Part 2: The Point. In that section we’ll focus on ways to combine those pieces for specific applications, always with your individual goals in mind.

This is just the beginning. I’m liking the big picture approach as a start to the curriculum design process, but now it’s time to dig into the details of those modules to make sure that there are no gaps in the learning experience.

What should I be careful not to miss?

Sign up for the class and let me know!

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