Every brainstorming session is a new opportunity to bring your thoughts together or the members of your team. And whenever you have both, you have the chance to explore new communication pathways that can get you great results.
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MindMeister is an online mind mapping software that works like an extension of your brain. Think of it as a digital catch basin for your team’s best ideas — team members can contribute to business plans within the tool. Creative minds can piece together the big plan section by section. After the initial steps are laid out, they can be tweaked and assigned. But the app has uses cases far beyond business. If you’re planning a vacation, creating a budget or even studying for an exam, MindMeister can help you organize and visualize your big thoughts and little details in a coherent way.
iBrainstorm is a free brainstorming application for the iPad and the iPhone. The app allows you to record brainstorming sessions using a combination of free hand drawings and sticky notes. You can share and collaborate with other users of iBrainstorm. Sharing notes and drawings between users in a local setting is a simple matter of “flicking” an item to another user.
Set of personal made pictograms.
Great collinktion of brainstorming tools, tips, guides, and resources!
Knowledge has three main functions are: Sensitivity or call spiritual function that can receive impressions. The understanding for the spontaneous creation of such depictions. Reason is responsible for coordinating the trials.
This is an AWESOME tool to collaborate with students, faculty, peers, tweeps, etc! Build a wall to collect and share information about:
- a decade in history
- complex scientific concept
- club goals
- stories for the next issue of The Word
- opinions about styles of art/music
I’m so excited about it I had to pull it out of my previous post - this is a great way for professional to collaborate with their personal learning networks!
I absolutely love wallwisher - it’s a fabulous way to brainstorm and collect info with your PLN (Personal Learning Network). This is a sample from Rich K’s quest for teacher’s favorite technology classroom tools.