Sunday, November 4, 2012

Mind Maps

I posted this back in the beginning of September, but the idea is evolving, so I thought I'd post it again.  I keep track of all of my thoughts on class development using MindMaple.  It's a free mind mapping program that is a regular part of my online life.  There are plenty of others that would work, Richard Byrne just posted a list of ten good ones on his blog "Free Technology for Teachers.

Here's my current mind map. I expanded one of the sub topics, anything with a "+" next to it has more contained within.  You can attached links, notes, whatever.  I'm a big fan.

1 comment:

  1. Wonderful post.

    No doubts, the above explained mind map tool is quite good. But I prefer one of the popular mind mapping software which is cloud based, collaborative and more advance features included. This tool is easy to use and does not require one to have an in-depth knowledge of tool before giving it a head start. It has immense features that enables to create an outstanding mind maps.