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Mind Mapping

Page history last edited by Carl Dowse 13 years, 5 months ago

Below are some links for mind mapping tools. Your suggestions for how we could use these in our teaching would be helpful, please add them below.

 

Web-based

 

 

And here is the read only link to view the map.

 

 

And here's a read only example of Mind42 generated mind map produced recently by teachers on the Cert IBET online training course I have been moderating:

 

 

The very interesting thing about this tool, quite apart from the collabortaive nature of the tool - it's possibel to interact in practically real time! - is the media friendlyness if the application - note how contributors can add hyperlinks and notes for example.

 

If you would like to find out more about mind42 here's a short video tutorial

 


Mind42: Introduction from Stefan Schuster on Vimeo.

 

And you can read more about mind mapping by following this link: About mind mapping

 

Desktop

 

FreeMind

Suggestions and specific ideas for how to use this tool here please:

 

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Thanks!

Comments (2)

Karenne Sylvester said

at 2:38 pm on Apr 10, 2009

Hi Carl,

I've done a posting on my blog for students of simple, not-necessarily-online, mind mapping for learning vocabulary plus an explanation of why this is important: good for sending students on to if they ask for reasons why this important:
http://how2learnenglish.blogspot.com/2009/03/learning-to-learn-vocabulary-mapping.html

The Consultants-e said

at 7:02 pm on Apr 10, 2009

Thanks for the link to your post (http://is.gd/rO3k) and to Nik Peachey's post on how to use Bubbl.us (http://is.gd/rO45) for vocabulary building. Great work!

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