You can create your own or check out these examples:
What to do:
The idea as explained by Joe Kirby in his blog here, is to organise all the ‘most powerful, useful, vital knowledge’ on to one A4 page.
This is something I feel we have all been doing for a fair while now, via revision sheets for example. However, channelling out only what’s needed seems to be extremely useful.
Knowledge Organisers provide an overview and a recap of what is to be taught and has been taught. Everything pupils need to know is set out, clearly and accurately.
Read about how to create a KO fully here.
Check out the various knowledge organisers created by teachers on Twitter here.
Read this fantastic thread by @JulesDaulby about making Inclusive Knowledge Organisers!
Doing a thread on inclusive #KnowledgeOrganisers and then I’m going to design some so if you’d like one I’ll give it a go
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Tip 1 – visual visual visual
Dual coding good but also keep consistency – symbols e.g. Royalty 👑 keep the same symbol, don’t switch
— Jules (@JulesDaulby) October 13, 2018