Coggle Classroom Idea

Dec 1, 2016 by

Last year we featured Coggle on Last Backpack as a mind mapping tool. Below is a great classroom example of how you can use Coggle in your classroom.

Mrs. Martin teaches sixth-grade students with special needs.  Her students often have trouble organizing their thoughts when working on assignments.  Mrs. Martin uses Coggle to help her students with executive functioning.  They learn to put down any relevant thought, idea, word, or photo that pertains to a topic she chooses.  She then has her students color-code those ideas and re-order them to form a plan by dragging and dropping the concepts.  Even though some of her students struggle with abstract concepts, the color coding has allowed them to organize thoughts and concepts in a way that has made content easier to digest.

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