For your final discussion, you will reflect on all the learning you have done in this course by completing the “L” part of your KWL chart that you started in the Post Your Introduction in Week 1 and create a mind map. This map is another example of how you might formatively assess your learners in your classroom. Additionally, this visual provides a way of organizing your understanding of assessments.
Prior to beginning work on this discussion,
7 Steps to Making a Mind Map
Follow these seven steps listed below from How to Use Mind Maps to Unleash Your Brain’s Creativity and Potential (Links to an external site.) as a guide as you create your mind map:
Review the various resources, discussions, instructor feedback and videos throughout the entire course that will help support you as you create your mind map.
Write (Due Day 3, Thursday)
Complete the following:
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