Mapping in class

Posted in Uncategorized tagged , , , , at 6:40 pm by cristine goldberg

Normally I use my tablet pc to draw out a quick map when working with students and it is projected to the front of the classroom.  At the start of summer school, the hardware was not working and the instructor who was using the room before me warned me as I walked in.  Because I am an idea mapper, I simply used hand drawn maps on the whiteboard to discuss a needs assessment from A to Z.  The tried and true, who, what, where, why, how worked perfectly and we did not miss a beat.  Moral of the lesson: Traditional hand drawn maps have many uses and this is one of them.


  1.    Ed Escoffier said,

    March 31, 2009 at 8:05 pm

    Looking for an instructor to conduct a 3 hour class on mind mapping in July for a group of librarians in Long Island NY. Any ideas?

  2.    cristine goldberg said,

    March 31, 2009 at 10:52 pm

    Ed, I have a few suggestions. Please email me at: cristine@ideamappingsuccess.com and we can discuss it.

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