Mind-maps: a personal view | rgslearning

[by Celia Bone]

Yes, of course I invite students to generate their own mind-maps instead of writing an essay – and with some success.

Recently, I proposed the title,“What do we know about childrearing in other cultures?”

In response, some students have generated beautiful images researching perhaps lesser-known cultures such as Peru or Tibet; others were fascinated by Kibbutz arrangements and multiple breastfeeding. Their pride in their work is clearly visible: the ownership of sculpting creative homework compares little to drafting an essay. Millie’s is a clear example.

Mind-maps…

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