Creating Graphic Organizers
Source: Kapuler, D. (2015, September). 10 Sites for Creating Graphic Organizers. Tech&Learning.
10 Sites for Creating Graphic Organizers
- Exploratree – A great visual site for creating a mind map with lots of templates.
- Mind42 – Nice collaborative mind mapping site with lots of templates and easy to use.
- MindMeister – Beautiful looking mind mapping site with the ability to embed into a site or blog.
- MindMup – A easy to use site for creating brainstorms or mind maps.
- Mindomo – One of my favorite brainstorming apps that also lets a user flip their classroom, collaborate, comment, and much more.
- Popplet – A excellent app that allows students to think and learn visually by brainstorming and mind mapping.
- Storyboard That – A excellent site with educational portal that educators are using in a variety ways, such as creating timelines, storyboards, graphic organizers (t-charts, grids, etc.), and more.
- TotSplash – A fun site for creating and organizing ideas into a brainstorm or mind map.
- Webspiration Classroom – From the creators of Inspiration a very popular web-based program for creating visual brainstorms that can then be turned into an outline with a click of a button.
- WiseMapping – A great site for creating visual mind maps and brainstorms.
Review them carefully before using.
The Professional Library has lots of books on this topic, the newest from 2013 titled The elementary teacher’s big book of graphic organizers : 100+ ready-to-use organizers that help kids learn language arts, science, social studies, and more! and also available as an ebook.
TDSB teachers may contact the library at (416) 395-8289 or email@example.com.
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