I’ve always doodled a bit when taking notes, but was really excited when I saw sketch/doodle notes during #nctmannual from Jill Gough.

I’ve been using the resources at BrainDoodles to get me started.

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# My Mathscape

# Post 8: My Support Network as told by a Doodle

Chronicles of a fourth year math teacher. Fears, epic fails, and triumphs.

I’ve always doodled a bit when taking notes, but was really excited when I saw sketch/doodle notes during #nctmannual from Jill Gough.

I’ve been using the resources at BrainDoodles to get me started.

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