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What do you think about this tool? by Mind Map: What do you think about this tool?

1. Cassandra Garcia: I really like this app and I believe it can be a fun way to organize information and be a fun way to present a presentation. This can help me in the future display instructions and information to my future students. I also think the students will enjoy using this to display information and be creative outlet in the assignment. I would use this with high school students because they are more mature and organized and can use this website in lessons and assignments.

2. Kamal El Busaidy: I personally do not prefer this. It’s a little confusing and I think this would only be beneficial in certain circumstances, for example if students were brainstorming over a topic.

3. EXAMPLE OF YOUR PARTICIPATION POST: Leave a message here about what you think of this tool. How do you like this website? Would you use it as a teacher? In what grade level(s) and subject matter(s) would use it? Would you like your school teachers and professors to use it? How easy do you think it would be for your students to use? Any concerns? Any other thoughts on this tool?

3.1. Fatima Gutierrez

3.1.1. I think this website is pretty interesting. It's kind of difficult to work with all the zooming in and out, I would use it with older students maybe about 5th grade and up. I would use it to teach any subject because in any subject you can always integrate charts, maps, web diagrams, and this is what this reminds me of. This way you can create web diagrams with your class and they can each type in what they want and add onto ideas. It would be great for studying especially in college if you want to create a study chat with classmates you could use this app and everyone can post. I think it would be easy for high school and college students not as much middle and elementary. Overall I think this is a unique way to have your class create group assignments, comments, or diagrams, to use as an educational technology tool.

4. Ruby Garcia

5. This Website seems interesting to use but it can be a bit confusing. I like all the icons you can include in it to help better organize a lesson or group lesson. I would need more practice using it and learning how it functions properly before using it as a teacher. If I did use it I would apply it to students who are more familiar with using computers such as fourth graders in the English subject. Since, they could use it to have a discussion over a reading I assigned. It would be nice for teachers and professors to use it but i would recommend good training for students to use it. I am sure this website could be easy to use once familiar with its functions. This tool can incorporate examples oh how to use it that way students get a better understanding on how properly manage the tool.

6. PARTICIPATE.

6.1. SELECT the center white shape with the activity's title, WHAT DO YOU THINK ABOUT THIS TOOL? - Press the TAB key in your keyboard to create a linked white shape- type your name - Press ENTER in your keyboard.

6.2. VERIFY YOUR POST: You won't see your post in eCampus, until you have: a) pressed ENTER after typing your post and b) refreshed your browser in your eCampus tab where you accessed this diagram.

6.3. CAUTION: a) Don't erase anyone's participation in this diagram. b) I suggest taking a screen capture of your post as evidence in case someone erases or makes changes to your post by mistake. c) If your text box detaches from your name, simply drag it and drop it ON your name.

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8. Karen Ayala

8.1. I had trouble understanding how to navigate this app. After rereading the instructions and playing around with it, I was finally able to participate. Since I am not much familiar with this app I would not use it with my students. Knowing my elementary students and following directions I do not think it will be easy for them. Maybe with a training from a person that knows the app, I will be able to incorporate in a subject so students can share facts from the lecture.

9. Cheyenne Davis

9.1. Cheyenne Davis-I think this website could be useful for a teacher when it comes to teaching certain topics in a subject because it allows for you to break things down into categories. I think that it neat the way that you are able to use many different tools to better organize a specific topic or discussion. I would need some time to figure it all out, but I think it could be a great teaching tool. I would use this website as tool to teach 1st graders on certain areas in History, such as World War II. I could break down the event by categories of what countries were involved, where battles took place, and when they took place. I believe this website could be great for both teachers and students because it could help the teacher better organize an assignment as well as guide the student to understand the material being taught. This tool could be easy for the students to use, due to the fact that it helps them better organize what they learn with what they already know.

10. Wow! This is use of technology at its max. I was intrigued at first when I saw the web page. I think it is a very interesting way of using technology that we can make use of when introducing our students to a particular subject. As I was interested when I saw the scheme of the website I am sure my future students will be interested as well. I will use when teaching my sixth grade students about the United States presidents, I would ask each one of them to create a post about one president. Probably at first they will think the website is complicated, but they will soon learn how to manage it. I would love for my professors to use this tool, it would make it more interesting and fun. Maria Granados.

10.1. María, I think your 6th grade students will love to even leave messages about stories they read and like, characters they prefer, ideas for stories to write about and create a bank of idea for future use.

11. Sandy Barajas : I personally would probably use this app to create lesson plans or even action plans for my students. But I would not use it with my pre-k class because it is too advanced for them I think they would not understand it. I would rather recommend this app for higher grades to create discussions among students and a teacher to prove a argument.

12. Lizeth Esparza

12.1. Lizeth Esparza: I think this activity would be an amazing app for a middle school, high school and college classes. This app is easy to maneuver and could be integrated into any lesson plan to encourage student to post their ideas about what they have learned on a lesson or even allow them to have conversations with each other while they are improving their educational skills such as language arts and literature.

13. This Website seems interesting to use but it can be a bit confusing. I like all the icons you can include in it to help better organize a lesson or group lesson. I would need more practice using it and learning how it functions properly before using it as a teacher. If I did use it I would apply it to students who are more familiar with using computers such as fourth graders in the English subject. Since, they could use it to have a discussion over a reading I assigned. It would be nice for teachers and professors to use it but i would recommend good training for students to use it. I am sure this website could be easy to use once familiar with its functions. This tool can incorporate examples oh how to use it that way students get a better understanding on how properly manage the tool.

14. VERY INTERESTING REACTIONS FROM ALL!l We must always exercise caution when selecting tools and materials to work with. This tool is very interesting and can be engaging to some students, while challenging for others. Loved the variety of insight in this regard. PLEASE, IDENTIFY YOUR NAMES IN YOUR POSTS. Prof. AMR

14.1. Jaqueline Arana: This App would be great for middle schoolers to college students. Students can use it to organize group projects or mind mapping when they're working on an essay. They will probably find it a bit confusing but then later on understand it. Teachers can use it as a fun way to communicate and share ideas with their department. I would not necessarily use it with a kindergarten class because they would not know how to use it, but I can use it to organize lessons and activities I plan to do with them. Upon signing in, I saw that companies and families can use this app. It is very versatile and would we be helpful when organizing our school year.

15. Cindia Rangel

15.1. So my first initial thoughts are that this program can be very confusing at first glance. I probably wouldn't use this app if I were teaching lower level grades, but it does seem like a great app for middle and high school age students.

16. Hi! so hat do I think? I think that this is a little confusing. It took me a while to figure out how to use this. I think that this app could be used maybe with older student like from middle school and up. I hope I am posting the right way ( putting my name here just in case it is needed Lynett Saavedra)

17. Ali Alenizi: I like it. It's a great way to share ideas and projects. I think is a powerful technique that enables students to learn faster, take better notes and brainstorm more effectively. I like that we can use it as an app in the phone. I will use it to create lesson plans and projects for students to collaborate. And I think schools should use it as well. I think 8th graders will be able to use it after a little training. Thanks prof. for providing us with this tool.