- Ayoa—fee-based, but lovely
- Bubbl.us–simple to use, no log-in, free–but a bit quirky (IMHO)
- GoConqr–mindmaps, flash cards, quizzes, notes, more
- Jamboard–a physical board like a Smartboard but easily accessed by all stakeholders during class discussion
- Linoit–sticky notes on a virtual canvas
- Mapping ideas with tag clouds
- Mind42–collaborative online mind mapping
- MindMaple—free or fee
- MindMeister–free trial for education
- Scapple--downloaded tool
- Spicy Nodes
- SpiderScribe–add text, pictures, files; free sign-up, fee for more than 3
–Click for lesson plan on teaching brainstorming/mindmapping in class
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You can also easily create great Mind Maps for free using GoConqr:
See also FreeMind: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/FreeMind
Thanks for adding that, Hans.
Thank you Jaqui, for creating your list !
Is brainstorming passé? Can students get away from their devices to interact face-to-Face? Comment/reply #IFYOUWISH
It’s great for visually organizing ideas. Lots of kids prefer that to outlining.
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