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Teaching with Mind Maps

This is a 5 minute presentation about how mind maps can be employed in teaching and learning.
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Rod Corbett

on 23 April 2013

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Transcript of Teaching with Mind Maps

Teaching with Mind Maps Presentations Teaching Planning/outlining Non slide presentations Interactive with audience Explaining complex concepts Mapping out the scaffold of the course Planning courses/lessons Brainstorming and creating new things Readings Conference attendance Note taking Project and task planning and management Organizing details and ideas Outlining writings Learning Assignment Presentations Note taking Planning/outlining writing Organizing details and ideas Tutorials on Mindmapping http://www.spicynodes.org/ MindNode on Mac http://Bubbl.us Freemind MM file format universal Free tools Ready made Mindmaps Google for Mindmaps
thousands Visual Understanding Environment Prezi Google Docs MS Office apps Concept Mapping Mobile access Synching with Dropbox SimpleMind Rod Corbett http://twitter.com/rbcorbett http://www.mindtools.com/pages/article/newISS_01.htm Freemind Wikimindmap.org http://dropbox.com http://www.simpleapps.eu/simplemind/ http://prezi.com http://vue.tufts.edu/ http://docs.google.com http://freemind.sourceforge.net http://www.mindomo.com/ http://www.mindnode.com/
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