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25 Mind Mapping and Brainstorming Tools

25 Mind Mapping and Brainstorming Tools

This list is for students but with little adjustment could apply to any project or problem, and that’s why it’s taught in school now:

“What students should brainstorm before doing a project:

  • What major points will be covered?
  • What examples will be used to prove each point?
  • Are there any powerful anecdotes or stories that need to be told? Where?
  • How do the major points connect? How should they flow and be organized?
  • What is our plan of creating this product? Drafting? Polishing? Finishing?
  • What roles will we play in this task?
  • What do we already know about this subject?
  • What do we not know (and need to research) about this topic?

Brainstorming and mind mapping are a powerful ways to connect students and if they are writing together, prewriting activities still apply.”



Posted on: October 30, 2013, 6:18 am Category: Uncategorized

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