There are numerous software tools where students can create concept maps digitally. A few favorites are:
- Canva https://www.canva.com/graphs/mind-maps/
- Free Mind http://freemind.sourceforge.net/wiki/index.php/
- Mindomo https://www.mindomo.com/
Student-Generated Test Question
PeerWise is an excellent, free tool to use for student generated multiple choice questions. Follow the instructions here to access the UNT System instance of PeerWise: https://www.unthsc.edu/center-for-innovative-learning/using-peerwise-engage-students/
3-2-1 could easily be adapted into an online discussion board activity or quiz on Canvas
Use a spreadsheet to have small groups or individuals fill cells.
- In a synchronous (live) online class, students can write on an electronic white-board, such as Big Blue Button in Canvas.
- An online tool free, no account required tool like Padlet ( https://padlet.com/) can easily and quickly capture muddy points.
- Use a shared (open for anonymous responses) google document to collect responses.
- Use a polling tools as a possible way to report muddiest point via a word cloud or ranked list (vote up, vote down).