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Popplet (pour faire des organigrammes)

Popplet (pour faire des organigrammes)

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Mind-map creator - graphic organisers. Users can work collaboratively. It may be used to, brainstorm, summarise topics, group vocabulary areas or any other way to synthesise content. by tatimperi Apr 24

A beginner-friendly tool that students, as well as teachers, can use to create mind or concept maps. The tool is used for generating ideas and thoughts while enhancing visual learning. Students can organize ideas and information into squares called popples. Each popple can be renamed, resized, and moved around the board with different colors. Teaching tips: • Develop students creativity by allowing them to create a popple for a specific concept and add images to support it • Discuss brainstorming ideas and assign students in groups to create a popplet for their ideas • Use popplet to introduce grammar and concepts by jinan84 Oct 26

ahah, apologizes Angela, about this old tool, which i certainly remind one day. Appreciate u use popplet for youngers, great it is .. Coz,in fact this tool has some difficulties to be used for complex diagrams.. it is unusuable when you want a whole view coz of its too bold caracters, and specific parts format. But some used it part by part for presentation as it does a little animation with embedded video/photo..etc. We are not all teachers, but of course, that's in this goal i search for some webtools: - how to explicit easily with a global view ? .. hey, holistic is a way to know better, coz parts are in many realities, important pieces, as it may be for bees today ... ;) by sizolabarchitecture Jun 4

I used popplet with my 9 year old pupils to create mind maps. It was very useful becouse it's very intuitive and very simple. I used it in class with the interactive board. We created maps which summarize the lessons. by sal.angela Jun 3

So? Mainly as a mind mapping tool to vizualise a project? I do agree that as simple as it is, Popplet is great to be used by 'newbie' project managers? A good way to introduce students to brainstorming and knowledge management. by patrock1804 Jun 2

It's great for students to create a visual of a project and share with the class. by susanbainbridge1 Jun 1

I've actually never used it. I thought it was a neat tool for my online classes (I teach), but haven't found the right use for it yet. by talkingtourism Jun 1

That's all right! I found your comment on my pearl "Popplet" but I couldn't understand what you were saying. :-)) by sal.angela May 31

Sorry Angela. We were just talking about an old PC tool that we don't remember the name ;-) by patrock1804 May 30

Please, can you write to me in English? I'm sorry but I can't understand french. :-(( by sal.angela May 29

This is another way of conducting group discussion around an image or idea, but it's a little more cumbersome as members have to log in and be invited. The process with Wiffitti is a little more streamlined. by jenbee60 Sep 8

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