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Create webs, idea maps, mind maps, concept maps, graphic organizers, process flows, and other diagrams for thinking, organizing and writing. Use these proven visual thinking and learning techniques to brainstorm or brainwrite ideas, explore and explain relationships, and integrate new knowledge with what you already know.
Represent information and trigger memory with symbols and images. Jumpstart the writing process by adding notes to symbols. Highlight key concepts and group information with different text and link colors and font styles.
Add symbols and images in multiple ways. Point and click to place them, use the Create tool, or drag and drop from the Symbol palette. Choose the method that works best for you and your project.
Show relationships between ideas with links. Explain the relationship between ideas with linking phrases — choose from a list of common phrases or write in your own.
Organize ideas effortlessly using the Arrange tool or to create various tree charts and webs. Expand your central idea by adding new topic and subtopic branches. Rearrange and connect ideas easily by dragging branches into place. Use the Relationship tool to show connections among branches and topics.
Branches and their sub-branches automatically maintain the same color to visually keep related thoughts together. Structure your work for planning and writing. Learn how to brainstorm and create essay outlines to support the writing process. Gather and keep track of research information and develop a logical flow for written and oral communication.
With Outline View, you can quickly develop main and supporting ideas and add detail helping you write to a purpose.
Outlining, paired with the integrated visual views, lets you move seamlessly between visual and written expressions of your thinking to expand and refine ideas and produce quality work. Transform diagrams and mind maps to outlines with one click. Continue the writing process by adding topics, subtopics and notes text.
Diagram View and Map View update automatically. Organize ideas and information with power outlining tools: Rearrange topics simply by dragging. Subtopics and notes move automatically. Change idea hierarchy, split or combine topics, transform lists to topics and subtopics, and demote and promote groups of subtopics to fine tune your work.Critical thinking is a skill that students develop gradually as they progress in school.
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The Career & Technical Education (CTE) Programs section is responsible for developing and maintaining educational programs that prepare individuals for occupations important to . Allowing students room to think deeply and discuss openly during critical thinking activities is the key to them taking true responsibility for the learning.
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