This Learning Mind-Map began as a discussion with a Year 5 class about effective learning. As the children suggested ideas I began to build a mind map on the (regular) whiteboard, and then I took a photo of the board at the end of the lesson.
In the next few lessons, even as we continued our normal Chumash learning, we suggested additional ideas for the mind map whenever something else came to mind and I then went away and added the new content digitally to the image I had captured.
In this final version you can clearly see the original content that began life on a classroom whiteboard… but ultimately I built it up with considerably more material.
I hope you find this useful, either for your own teaching or for sharing with colleagues or students. It could also be used as a basis for training.
You will see that I have included some references, to enable you to do a bit of further reading and research.
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Also see this page: Teaching and Learning
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Challenge the way you think about education.
Here are two videos from Sir Ken Robinson (1950-2020):
Do Schools Kill Creativity?
Changing Education Paradigms
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