10 Mind Mapping Strategies For Teachers 10 Mind Mapping Strategies For Teachers by Andrea Leyden, examtime.com The adoption of Mind Maps in teaching has grown recently due to the benefits of using Mind Maps to learn and the availability of free online mind mapping software. Teachers have recognized the value of using Mind Maps to engage students, encourage creativity and, most importantly, teaching how to learn rather simply memorizing content. Mind Maps have even been integrated into emerging teaching techniques such as the Flipped Classroom and Design Thinking as outlined in the Mind Map on the right. Mind Mapping Free Nutrition Help. This simple application provides you help to compose balanced meal. As a prerequisite, a rough knowledge of food composition helps to compose balanced meals. The system is provided with an official database of 1300 different foods with exact composition in protein, carbohydrates, lipids.
Interactive Graphic Organizer Holt Interactive Graphic Organizers "Graphic organizers are tools that help your brain think." - Kylene Beers Graphic organizers are an illustration of your thoughts on paper. MindMeister (mind mapping) Create and share mind maps easily with MindMeister, the market leading mind mapping and data visualization tool. MindMeister for Android lets you create, edit and share your mind maps on your Android handset or tablet and synchronize them with the award-winning free online MindMeister service, either alone or collaboratively with others. *** MindMeister.com is the premier collaborative mind mapping site with over 2 million users *** Feature highlights:✔ Create and edit unlimited mind maps and folders✔ Seamlessly sync maps and folders with your free online account✔ Share maps directly from the device✔ Multi-touch support for drag & drop, zoom, pan ✔ Add icons, colors, styles, boundaries and map themes✔ Edit and view notes, links and tasks on ideas✔ Draw connections between nodes✔ Manage Favorite maps✔ Quickly insert ideas ("Geistesblitz")✔ NEW: Geistesblitz widget for the Home screen
graphic organizer Preface If you access the link to the recording it would be great if you would just leave a short comment on this post to let me know. I would really like to know if it is useful to people when I post the overviews & recording links Introduction iMindMap Outliner, Hierarchical Tree Note Editor and Personal Wiki. An Organizer for all your thoughts, ideas & information using cross referenced "Friend" links to create personal data networks of arbitrary complexity. Multiple parents feature allows a child note to be linked to more than one parent although defined only once... very useful when something doesn't fit into a single category. Unique ability to create multiple tree roots within a single network that simplifies the creation of family tree-like structures. A Google User"...love absolute love! sent a email about being able to organize the top list about a month ago and the update had it!
My Holiday Webbing Bubble Writing By saradavila Here is a webbing bubble organizer for brainstorming ideas related to a topic before writing. This writing worksheet is prepared for writing and organizing ideas about a previous holiday vacation trip. Students begin by brainstorming ideas and using the webbing to organize. This is followed by writing a paragraph using the details from the organizers. The organizer includes writing process of error correction and feedback from peers with some scaffolding questions that learners can use with peers to help improve the writing. Mindomo (mind mapping) This is a memo application program to be able to arrange the character string on the screen by the free-style. ･The character string is single-mindedly arranged and it will itemize it. ･The item that records the character string is classified into the group and it arranges it. ･To the mind map because the line is closed between items, too. ･Set URL to sharing the item and as a simple bookmark. ･Set the mail address to sharing the item and instead of the address book.
Describe Room List Organizer Writing Activity By saradavila Here is an list style organizer for writing a descriptive paragraph about the the room of a student. The list is used as a brainstorming tool and a pre-writing task to help EFL/ESL learners organize their ideas. This list helps learner think about what they need to write about in the room and adjectives and descriptors that can be used to make the writing more interesting.
ScreenChomp Serve up Tasty Screen Videos with your iPad Our first experimental app helps you create bite-sized video nuggets everyone can learn from. This recordable whiteboard is just the canvas you need to jot your ideas down and share them – with the world, or just a friend or two. Helpful to anyone, but developed with teachers and students in mind, ScreenChomp records your touchscreen interactions and audio so you can… Creative Writing Worksheets with Bubble Organizer and Scaffolding By saradavila These are creative writing prompts with an organizer for beginner or intermediate EFL/ESL learner, or any learner who is working on improving writing. The worksheets are constructed with some basic word prompts to assist with spelling and provide additional scaffolding. The worksheets are structured to follow basic process writing with a think, brainstorm and organize, then write approach.
Idea Sketch Got an idea? Quickly sketch it out as a diagram and then view it as an outline, or vice-versa. No drawing required, just enter your text and move the shapes around, Idea Sketch handles the rest. Visualize Idea Square My Family Writing By saradavila Here is an idea square organizer for writing on the topic of my family. The idea square is used as a brainstorming tool as a pre-writing task to help EFL/ESL learners organize their ideas.
Not “The Best,” But “A List” Of Mindmapping, Flow Chart Tools, & Graphic Organizers I’m just making this a very “quick and dirty” list — at least for now — because, for the life of me, I can’t figure out how or why all the online mindmapping and flow-chart tools that are out there have any educational application. It seems to me that there really isn’t much of a value-added benefit to doing any of this online as opposed to doing it on pen and paper — except, perhaps, it will look a lot nicer (and save paper). I do have my students use a lot graphic organizers in the classroom, and am including some resources for them in this list, too. I can think of some minor advantages with a couple of the online tools on this list, but not much more.