Instead of just taking notes in a linear fashion, as a sketchnoter you record learning content with text, images and graphics in your sketchbook. Why does this make sense?
- You transform passive „knowledge refueling“ into a creative and sensual process.
- You choose what is important for you already while listening. You actively acquire knowledge instead of letting it passively rush through you.
- You network knowledge several times in your brain: through the parallel development of word and image, content selection and structuring, and associative images.
- The fun of drawing itself and the joy of the result are effective learning factors.
- By reflecting on your visual notes, you will be able to recall learning content more quickly at a later date and can supplement what you have learned afterwards and share it with others.
Our training special offers you an introduction to the world of sketchnoting. Explore the magic of small-format visualization for learning, knowledge retention, idea generation, and dialogue, and find your own sketchnoting style – with exercises in selective listening, simplified visual vocabulary, and quick layout techniques.
This training special is ideal for getting started in the world of visualization via the small format. Previous knowledge, e.g. of a „bikablo basics training“, is helpful but not necessary.
The focus of this training is working with fineliner, felt pen and paper. If you would like to sketch on a tablet, you are also welcome – although we will not go into the specific advantages and disadvantages of this medium in the training.