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Thinking about the answers you gave in response to the last question, read the article, "Mind Mapping as a Teaching Resource" by Sarah Edwards and Nick Cooper. While reading, consider which particular ways the authors are trying to utilize mind maps. The .pdf of the article can be found here:
Mind mapping can be taught as a useful tool for problem solving and analytic thinking in any classroom. By creating mind maps during classroom settings, students can interact with ideas and concepts and see how they relate to one another. This approach gives taught material a more accurate structure, as ideas rarely resemble the linear nature of word-by-word note taking. What are some other methods of organization that help students see information in non-linear fashions? How can they be implemented in the classroom?
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Between the video and the article, we have seen how mind mapping can be useful with problem solving and outlining. What possibilities does mind mapping hold for subjects such as mathematics and social sciences?
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