My Favorite Sylvia Duckworth Sketchnotes

My Favorite Sylvia Duckworth Images

My Favorite Sylvia Duckworth Images

Sylvia Duckworth is a French teacher and techno-geek from Canada. She’s also a Sketchnoting guru. I’ve seen her images posted all over social media and instantly became a complete fan girl. This blog post will serve as an ongoing collection of my favorite sketchnotes from Sylvia Duckworth. I will only share the images that I have permission to share according to the Creative Commons.  All images link to Duckworth’s Flickr page.  Check out her Flickr page, there are a lot more images there. Please see the bottom of this post to find more links.


Ideas for Inquiry-Based Learning


New Year's Resolutions


7 Digital Citizenship Rules


3 Questions to Ask Your Child Every Day


10 Growth Mindset Statements


Your digital online presence is not a footprint... It's a tatoo. - Sylvia Duckworth


Why Starting a Blog Can Change Your Life


Are you happy? by Sylvia Duckworth


10 Things We Can Learn from Superheros


10 Ways Children Are Like Gardens by Sylvia Duckworth


TeacherChecklist by Sylvia Duckworth


Do you have your head in the sand? | Teaching Digitial Citizenship by Sylvia Duckworth


The Anatomy of an Idea by Sylvia Duckworth


Essentials for a Healthy Work Culture


Hierarchy of Needs


Modes of Thinking


10 Ways to Maintain Your Passion for Teaching


12 Benefits of Creativity


When you are surrounded by people who share a passionate commitment around a common purpose, anything is possible. - Howard Schultz


8 Tips for a Great Presentation


Facts about life


10 Growth Mindset Praises: Praise effort or process NOT ability or trait

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8 thoughts on “My Favorite Sylvia Duckworth Sketchnotes

  1. I love her work as well. My favorite one is the 10 ways you can flip a kid. I’ve actually tried some of her suggestions and they’ve worked with some of my students. Such encouraging pieces of art for all educators. Thanks so much for sharing this on #SHINEbloghop this week. Glad you could join us!

    • 10 Ways to Flip a Kid is one of my faves too. I love that she collaborates with other professionals via Twitter and other social media. I also love that she shares her work so freely.

      Thanks for hosting the bloghop and dropping by my blog, Maria. You rock!

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