Teachers and faculty in higher education have a lot to juggle on a good day. Between conducting research, grading papers, planning lessons, and performing lectures, the workload rarely stops. And these requirements have only been made more onerous since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic.
As a result, more and more higher education faculty members have turned to online tools to help make their lives easier. Visualization techniques like mind mapping are one such tool.
In this webinar, we’ll look at four key areas where mind mapping and visualization can help higher education faculty work more efficiently and achieve better outcomes. These four areas include:
- Curriculum mapping techniques to help plan a semester’s or years’ worth of course material more efficiently.
- Using visualization to dramatically shorten the amount of time you spend lesson planning.
- Improving student engagement and retention of learning material using visual presentations.
- Conducting more efficient research and writing with centralized visual information dashboards.
- Join Liam Hughes, founder of Biggerplate, to learn all about the benefits of mind mapping and visualization for higher education teachers and faculty
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