Training Course: Visualisation and sketchnoting tools

Location: Genoa, Italy

Dates: 7 days during the period of July to December 2019

Number of participants: min 6, max 15

Participating countries: any


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Deadline to apply: 5 February 2019

Inquiries about this training course:  Lucy at

Costs: € 480,00 for 7 days


Training course in Genoa (Italy), Training course for school education staff (from pre-school to secondary level school). Multiple options (and even tailored editions) from July to December 2019, minimum 6 participants, max 15, course fee € 480,00 for 7 days, including online learning tools.

 It’s a learning mobility experience dedicated to teachers, to enrich their toolbox with an innovative tool, adaptable to the needs of individual students and classes.

SKETCHNOTING is a technique to create rich visual notes from a mix of handwriting, drawings, hand-drawn typography, shapes and visual elements.

It is very useful for studying and remembering more effectively and develop self-esteem, critical thinking, active listening, creativity and imagination.

VISUAL (or Graphic) FACILITATION is an active process that uses visual elements into educational activities in order to present content and information, supporting individual or group’s processes, documenting outcomes.

Visualisations can grab attention and increase a learner’s level of motivation and engagement and has an impact on how people perceive information and retain facts in their memories.

For teachers, it is an innovative tool for organizing learning: it helps to actively involve students, facilitates children with difficulties and disadvantaged backgrounds, provides visual support to track class activities.

Children and teachers, together, can use visual notes to tell families and the community about projects they do at school.


Erasmus training courses for school staff and adult education trainers: next deadline for receiving an Erasmus KA1 Grant Mobility is February 5th, 2019.
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