10 Sites for Creating Graphic Organizers

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  1. Exploratree (exploratree.org.uk): This is a great visual site with lots of templates for creating a mind map.
  2. Mind42 (mind42.com): This is an easy-to-use collaborative mind-mapping site with many different templates.
  3. MindMeister (mindmeister.com): This is a great mind-mapping site that allows you to embed them into a a blog or website.
  4. MindMup (mindmup.com): Fir mind maps or brainstorms, this is an easy-to-use site.
  5. Mindomo (mindomo.com): This is a brainstorming app that also allows users to flip their classrooms, collaborate, comment, and a whole lot more.
  6. Popplet (popplet.com): This is an app that allows students to think and learn visually by creating mind-maps and brainstorming.
  7. StoryboardThat (storyboardthat.com): This site features an educational portal that educators can use in a variety of ways to create timelines, storyboards, graphic organizers (t-charts, grids, etc.), and much more.
  8. TotSplash (totsplash.com): This is a fun site for creating and organizing ideas into a mind map or brainstorm.
  9. Webspiration (mywebspiration.com): This web-based program is popular for creating visual brainstorms that can quickly and easily be turned into an outline.
  10. WiseMapping (wisemapping.com): This is a great site for creating brainstorms and visual mind maps.
Rick W. Burkett runs the John A. Logan College Teaching and Learning Center, teaches history, and heads an educational nonprofit. He publishes blogs on a wide variety of topics, including history, teaching and learning, student success, and teaching online.
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