- How do you respond to or develop an interest?
- What are the benefits of 3D mind mapping session?
- How do you find connections in learning and evidence this?
- How does it relate Talking Tubs and Floorbooks?
In this practical and inspirational webinar, Claire will guide you through the 3D Mind Mapping methodology (developed from Tony Buzan’s 2D Mind Mapping) to consider children’s learning styles, making the approach more stimulating and memorable for kinaesthetic and visual learners.
A 3D Mind Map involves a group of children sitting around a black talking and thinking mat and using strips of paper, wool and props to link their learning and comprehension of a subject. A 3D mind map is often used as a baseline to establish knowledge and interest levels regarding lines of enquiry. It can also be used for summative assessment.
This methodology is often interweaved with a Talking Tub in combination or following a talking tub session. The Floorbook documents and illustrates these discussions.
In the question and answer session, Claire addresses practical concerns and questions about 3D Mind Maps.
You will have access to this recorded webinar for 4 weeks (28 days) from purchase. It will provide you with a certificate of completion at the end of the course. Please note that each webinar is intended for individual use only.
About the instructor
Claire’s approach to nature kindergartens has earned her international recognition as a pioneer in educational thinking. Her respect for children and families runs through the Floorbook approach that she developed. It is often used within Nature Pedagogy to incorporate children’s voices into intentional teaching.
She is one of the world’s leading consultants and writers on the use of consultative methods in education. She also works internationally under her own name and has been widely acknowledged for her expertise. She is the author of many books and materials relating to early years methodology, including "Talking and Thinking Floorbooks", "The Potential of a Puddle", "Nature Kindergartens and Forest Schools" and her latest book "Learning with Nature - Embedding Outdoor Practice."