#MindMapping I *love* mind-mapping as a tool for students of ALL ages. It allows for more meaningful connections between aspects of the content, and allows for students to support their own learning in ways that are meaningful to *them.* For some students that might mean lots of doodles, for others that may mean color-coding or different handwriting. But above all, mind-mapping allows you to SEE their thinking!
How to Make a Mind Map: Creative Examples for High School Art Students
Students who are confident using digital technology – and who have access to a computer during class – may find this an easy way to quickly generate an aesthetically pleasing mind map. This may be particularly appropriate for a design student, who intends to produce a considerable portion of their portfolio using digital tools (whereas this approach may appear out-of-place within a Painting / Fine Art submission).