- IELTS Writing Curriculum
by jessica srivastava (@Jessica)
I decided to use this activity to develop an outline of a program I have been developing for tutoring students who want to sit the IELTS exam. I have been playing around with some ideas, but sitting looking at the visuals, and suddenly this format came to mind and I really like it for its more… »
- Please see the MindMup for my Course Syllabus.
by Tricia Bonner (@Tbone)
I chose to do a simple mind map that outlined the course learning outcomes as well as the assignments that link to those outcomes.
- Syllabus mindmap
by Lori Hallahan (@lhallahan)
Please see the attached mindmap for the course syllabus.
- Learning using case analysis pedagogy
by Marie Ritchie (@mritchie)
In my first teaching iteration using this pedagogy I asked students to structure their case analysis in a format that was meaningful to them. I wanted students to be creative (i.e. using mind maps etc.). In most cases, students/groups were able to summarize and analyze the case details but unable to contextualize their analysis. They more… »
- Facilitating Online Learning
by Terry Greene (@terrygreene)
See the syllabus concept map here
- Syllabus Concept Map
by KristineW (@KristineW)
I’ve taught Tech Tools, an Elearning Design and Training course at Lambton College since 2018. In the course, students expand upon their work on in another course I teach that introduces them to the basics of teaching online. In this course, students learn, amongst other things, how to use Camtasia to edit and create videos more… »
- How to Connect Online Mind Map
by Stephanie Park (@stpark)
I haven’t always been a huge fan of mind maps because I sometimes find them messy, visually tiring, and a bit confusing depending on the setup. In this activity, I decided to build on my topic from Activity #1 and create a mind map of an idea for a course that could be a helpful more… »
- Project Procurement Syllabus – Mind Map vs. Table
by Mona Brennan-Coles (@MonaBC)
Typically, the course syllabus is presented in table format. It is presented here in both table format and as a mind map in the attached document. For me, the table format is easier to use as a checklist while the mind map provides some relationship information that could be helpful in relating the various components more… »
- Mind Mapping – Human Resources Course
by Anne Pearson (@agpearson)
I used Google Draw for this activity as I am more familiar with that tool. I would like to use mind mapping for my other courses and individual topics. A very useful tool and exercise thank you!
- Mind Map-Country Differences in Political Economy
by Anahita Khazaei (@Ana)
This mind map shows/summarizes differences in political, legal and economic systems in different countries. It is part of the “Global Business Environment” course.