Graphic Organizers & Mindmaps
Take a look at the guides for Graphic Organizers and Mind Maps.
Try to create a simple mindmap or graphic organizer and post it on your blog.
Examples: Lesson 2 Flowchart Information Transfer Activity K-12 Templates
Look at the Mapping Guide.
After experimenting with Google Maps, try to add a placemark to the TTP Special Places map or the TTP’ Down Under’ Map.
You can also try embedding those maps on your blog and/or creating your own map and posting that.
Things to Do
Go to Feedly and check out recent blog posts from other TTP’ers, grad students, and TTP alumni
Check out more Google+ Communities, or Facebook Groups on the Social Networking Guide
- Create some funny images with sites like Photofunia and post on your blog Site Building Tools
- Create a padlet, Wordle, or comic strip and post itn on your blog Site Building Tools
Start a Google+ Hangout-on-air with a classmate or two and post the recording on your blog. Google+ Hangouts
- Work on a Prezi, Google Presentation, or Powtoon and post it on your blog Presentations Guide
- Create a Quizlet set from our class notes or other vocabulary Activity Guide
Creating an audio recording using Audacity or a Voki Audio Guide
- Use Google Translate to practice pronunciation Week#3
- Redesign your blog (new template) or add some gadgets Blogger Guide
- Create Mindmaps or Graphic Organizers and post them on your blog.
- Add to the TTP Special Places map or the TTP’ Down Under’ Map.
- Create a personalized map (special places, travel destinations, etc.) and post it on your blog.