Visual Learning resources for ideamapper software
Visual learning is a style of learning that supports the use of images, shapes, colors, and maps to organize information and communicate with others. ideamapper is a visual learning tool that is used by both students and teachers to create graphic organizers. With ideamapper, students are not limited to the size of a sheet of paper to create graphic organizers.
By pairing images with words, students learn information faster and retain it longer. Some examples of different types of graphic organizers that can be created with ideamapper include concept maps, mind maps, flashcards, and cause and effect maps.
Download Visual Learning Lesson Activities for STEM
To help you get started, find complimentary Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) lesson activities for both elementary and secondary students. These can be adapted for other subject areas and grade levels.
Learn how to create Visual Learning Diagrams to use in
the classroom with ideamapper’s Study Skills Series
EP.1 Concept Maps: How to create a concept map
Episode one of the Study Skills Series shows you how to create and customise a concept map in ideamapper.
EP.2 Concept Maps: Turn your concept map into a classroom exercise
Episode two of the Study Skills Series shows you how to turn a concept map in to an activity you can use in the classroom.
EP.3 Graphic Organizers: How to create a graphic organizer
Episode three of the Study Skills Series shows you how to create and customise a cause and effect map in ideamapper.
EP.4 Graphic Organizers: How to create a 5 paragraph essay organizer
Episode four of the Study Skills Series shows you how to create a 5 paragraph essay organizer.