#MindMapping I *love* mind-mapping as a tool for students of ALL ages. It allows for more meaningful connections between aspects of the content, and allows for students to support their own learning in ways that are meaningful to *them.* For some students that might mean lots of doodles, for others that may mean color-coding or different handwriting. But above all, mind-mapping allows you to SEE their thinking!
nubnublovesbunnies: My first attempt at making a mind-map. I don’t know if I did it right because it doesn’t really look like any of the mind-maps I’ve seen before lol (any tips on how to make mind-maps would be appreciated!)
Former Google career coach shares a visual trick for figuring out what you want to do with your life
Going into a new year... I want you to try something different. Instead of just setting resolutions that are general, get clear on what it is you really want. Share what your #1 focus will be. Here's how to get started...
Martin Luther King Jr. (I'm saving this because it reminds me of a pictorial mind map... it gives me some ideas of how to present topics of interest as well as shows how one might create their own pictorial based on their own findings in their own chosen project area of focus.)
The Affirmation Tree mind map created by Paul Foreman will help you stay focused and positive. It draws affirmations from a book called “Feel the Fear and do it Anyway” by Susan Jeffers. These positive and empowering affirmations will help you stay on purpose. Eventually, as with all techniques, affirmations have to be dropped or it remains only words rather than feeling positive on the inside. The mind map breaks down phrases that you can use as affirmations to maintain your positive [...]