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Mind Mapping

Page history last edited by Carl Dowse 15 years, 2 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.





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





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







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:

The Consultants-e said

at 7:02 pm on Apr 10, 2009

Thanks for the link to your post ( and to Nik Peachey's post on how to use ( for vocabulary building. Great work!

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