- Bubbl.us–simple to use and free, no log-in, a bit quirky (IMHO)
- MindMeister–free trial for education
- Scapple--downloaded tool
- SpiderScribe–add text, pictures, files, more; free sign-up, fee for more than 3
- The Crossing–attempts to cross a gorge; some fail; all result in success
- Learning Styles inventories–several
- VARK Questionnaire–how do you best learn?
4 thoughts on “Thinking/Learning”
Perhaps four in a row is a nice logical thinking game for this page
Perfect timing, Marcel. I’ll be updating the pages over the next few months and will blend these in.
Jacqui, I agree that it is perfect timing. Thank you for sharing it. When I was studying at university I figure out that I was taught in a wrong way for me. I used this home assignment service. Currently I am curious to find ways which helps me to get most effective results. I use https://www.coursera.org/ for improving my skills. I really like online learning but sometimes I wanna give up. One of the way how I started to prevent it is created a discipline and planning everything that I make.
I’ve heard good things about Coursera. Thanks for your comment.