Doodle notes are a tool to help students process information. I’ve found students are more engaged when using doodle notes than traditional notes, and they’re more likely to keep the notes and use them as references.
The first version of the notes has pre-filled data from a hypothetical class. All of the calculations included on the answer key use this data.
The second version of the notes has a blank table so you can collect data from your class with your students. My students love working with data that reflects them!
Finally, I’ve included a copy of my completed doodle notes as an example.