Category Archives: mind-mapping


by Zeynep Gecu-Parmaksiz Padlet is a dynamic online bulletin board that enables you to share different types of content, tasks, questions, or ideas with your students, colleagues, or parents/guardians. It is also an effective way for educators and students to … Continue reading

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by Jennifer Robb If you’re looking for a free, no-frills app for collaboration, communication, requesting feedback, mind-mapping, or just somewhere for students to jot down their ideas… you might want to check out Lino! Lino (or Linoit, as some may … Continue reading

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by Jennifer Robb Collaboration is an essential skill for students to learn and exercise, both in and out of the classroom. Activities that require students to work in partners or small groups are fantastic for strengthening collaborative problem-solving and communication … Continue reading

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by Lauren Fridman I recently discovered a mind-mapping tool that redefines the limitations set by many tools before. Traditional mind-mapping tools limit you to simple shapes (circles, squares, and ovals) to represent your ideas but these may not enable you … Continue reading

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