I was tutoring again yesterday and as usual, before I noticed what I was doing I found doodles that I'd scrawled whilst chatting away.
This one says "If you think about the project backwards and start with 'how do we want to present this?' then you're missing out on a big opportunity. It should be led from the front and the thinking time you have available."
This one says "All of the things we've been discussing are all linked. And they're all elements of society." The cubes in the bottom left show how small amounts of people make a big difference, and the George Bush is about how people perceived as not very intelligent can be very intelligent by surrounding themselves with intelligence.
It's strange - when I get in the zone I just scrawl away without really thinking about it. Drawing diagrams and charts is a really good teaching tool I'm finding.