Mind Maps with GoConqr

[icon name="fa-group"] awarded to John Keisker
[icon name="fa-slideshare"] STANDARD 2: design and develop digital age learning experiences and assessments

John Keisker owns this week’s tip of the hat with a fabulous integration of GoConqr mind maps onto his students’ websites. John had his students create mind maps as the MYP summative assessment on the Renaissance unit he is teaching. Students then use the simple embed code to include these into the digital portfolio.

Megan Mind Maps on her Website

Megan’s Mind Map on her Website

Stunning Mind Maps

GoConqr produces stunning thinking maps including notes and images. A feature we enjoy very much is that you can replay the creation of your mind map replay as a smooth-transition video, not unlike a Prezi presentation. Take some time and check out Maggie’s MYP summative:

Mind Map created by magshi20 with GoConqr

And don’t forget to leave the students a comment on their website to tell them how much you appreciate their work (Megan’s and Maggie’s articles)

John has a solid reputation for putting his students through the paces when implementing technology into his curriculum. This week alone, besides having them embed mind maps on their websites, he also introduced them to OcenAudio, an audio recording app we have recommended here before.

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