Published on October 20th, 2011 | by Mark Anderson0
Alessio Bernadelli (@asober) talks about iMindmap5 and biggerplate.com #tmclevedon
Alessio spoke about how imindmap 5 can create attractive mindmaps which allow creativity within the classroom as well as incorporating images into diagrams as well as text. Plus audio attachments means that the software suddenly opens up to a whole new variety of subjects to this style of presenting – being able to narrate stories for young children without having to write is one good idea that has been used.
In addition, biggerplate.com was mentioned as a place to share mindmaps with others and allow for teachers to access student work, as well as sharing them with peers.