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Using Google Docs to Create Interactive Mind Maps

Today, I’m going to share the second video in the series.  It’s how you can use Google Docs to create Mind Maps with your students.  Check out the video below in the post for a step by step tutorial.

In April, I shared how I use Google Docs in my classroom to give students a quiz or instead of a worksheet.  I also shared how I use the spreadsheet for data tracking.  If you missed that post, click the image below to head there.


Oh and please forgive the million ummmmms. 🙂

I’d love to hear your ideas on how you can use Mind Maps with your students.  I like to use them as a way to bring out background knowledge on a topic before we really delve in.  This is not a strong area for me and I’d love to hear some suggestions!

Don’t forget to check out the other link ups!


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