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​​​​​​​Turning doodling into collaboration in the classroom

Visual learning
Visual learning


Gary Goodwin

Take a look at this short video to see how everyone can create visual learning tools from basic drawing methods, including stick figures and basic shapes. If you want to know more abut how to incorporate this into your teaching style, you can book a PD seminar through Gary Goodwin by direct messaging him via this Community site or using his contact details at the end of the clip. A trialed-and-tested technique that works, give it a go and post a picture of what your class comes up with! 

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