Posts Tagged ‘mead map’

Mead Map: Mindmapping for Teachers

June 14, 2008

In an earlier post, I highlighted Mead Map as a great resource for students.  But this same site offers great benefits for teachers as well.  As a teacher on the high school or college level, you have to put together lesson plans/syllabus, organize student work, handle school administrative activities, and do research.  Mead Map can help with all of this.  And if you provide online assistance to your students, you can collaborate “real-time” with them over the web.

Here are few ways teachers can use Mead Map.  Click on the mindmaps to enlarge:

 

To start organizing and visualizing all of your work, go to the Mead Map site today.  You can try it out for free for 30 days!  Click here.

Mead Map: Mindmapping for Students

June 14, 2008

If you are in school – at any level – you need Mead Map.  Mead Map allows you to mindmap over the web.

But more than that, it is designed with students in mind.  Mead Map is focused on helping students leverage the power of mindmapping and online collaboration.

You really have to see it to understand how powerful a tool it is.  Click on the mindmaps below to see what you can do with Mead Map:

If you are in school (or have kids who are in school) I strongly encourage you to start using Mead Map.  Go to their site and get started today!  You can try it for free for 30 days!  Click here.