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Nanna Frank is based in Copenhagen, Denmark. She works as a freelance consultant helping organisations engage in meaningful co-creation and co-learning. For over 10 years Nanna has used graphic facilitation as a method to create clarity in complex projects, invite participatory problem solving and ensure a visible outcome.
During workshops or meetings her main focus as a facilitator is to ensure that the participants find meaning in the work, are feeling well and create a valuable outcome. Graphic facilitation is a powerful method to stay on track with that focus.
Nanna has co-written the book “Den visuelle lærer” about using the visual language in schools. This book can be downloaded for free on toolsforschool.dk. This spring she is co-releasing a new book called “Learn to Draw - Draw to Learn” about using graphic facilitation to support meaningful learning communities in schools and organisations. This book can be purchased as a print copy or as e-book. It will also be free to download as a PDF on toolsforschools.dk. Follow the release of “Learn to Draw - Draw to Learn” on facebook or linked in by signing up to the the group: New Book: Learn to Draw - Draw to Learn. Read more about Nanna’s work at nannafrank.com
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