Blog Post "Mind Mapping in Education"

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1. Areas of Education

1.1. Primary education

1.2. Secondary education

1.3. Higher education

2. Introduction

2.1. The challenges...

2.1.1. that teachers are faced with Presenting complex information Engaging students Communicating and collaborating with students Sharing data and files with students Planning lessons and big projects

2.1.2. that students are faced with Comprehending and memorizing information Collaborating with colleagues Being creative Research and writing Structuring information and files

3. Uses

3.1. Teachers

3.1.1. Lesson plans

3.1.2. Lesson reviews

3.1.3. Presentations and expanations

3.1.4. Quizzes and questionaires

3.1.5. Class projects

3.2. Students

3.2.1. Memorizing

3.2.2. Reading comprehension

3.2.3. Book reports and other presentations

3.2.4. Collecting formulas

3.2.5. Writing scientific papers

3.2.6. Group projects Collaborative brainstormings Problem solving

3.2.7. Brainstorming prior to an essay

4. Citations

4.1. "The effectiveness of using mind mapping skills in enhancing secondary one and secondary four students' writing in a CMI school" by Chan Wai-Ling

4.2. "Teaching spelling skills with a mind mapping software" by Reima Al-Jarf

4.3. "Effectiveness of mind mapping in educational psychology" by Dr. Mrs. Indumati Bharambe

5. Other Sources

5.1. Mind mapping in education

5.2. The best mind mapping apps and tools for teachers and students

6. How to integrate mind mapping into your classroom

6.1. Use MindMeister through Edmodo

6.2. iPad classes

6.3. Use a projector

6.4. Share your mind maps with students

6.5. Embed your mind maps

7. Mind Mapping

7.1. What is mind mapping?

7.2. How and why does it work?

7.2.1. How our brain works

7.2.2. Pictures, icons, colors

7.2.3. Structure & hierarchy

7.2.4. The bigger picture

7.3. Benefits of mind mapping

7.3.1. What studies show

7.4. Who can mind map

7.4.1. Students Ages Different learning types

7.4.2. Teachers