How to use mindmapping in your teaching practice?

MindMeister is a free mind mapping program. It is easy to use online, on your mobile, or offline. There are many highly interactive features: printing, sharing (emailing), and collaborating with others in “real time.” You can even initiate Skype calls directly from within your brainstorming session. The home page has several ideas for how to use MindMeister with your students, and there is a video highlighting the different features of the program. ( from: http://www.teachersfirst.com)

Why don’t you just get started mindmapping with the  website below:

http://www.mindmeister.com/help/intro

What do you think?

I found insprired when using this tool in the classroom with my students who were teacher students of English. The ideas that we all produced were interactive, interesting, lively in a principle way. It is natural as in life we always need a map to go on route!

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