Sometimes mind maps can teach us a lot by their weaknesses. This informational map does some things well, but it also has some significant room for improvement. We’ll focus on what can be improved about it to give you a better idea on how to improve your own mind maps.
Our subject mind map in this new Effective Mind Maps analysis is designed to convey tips to teachers on criteria for success that teachers ought to keep in mind in four key areas. At first glance, its visual style is appropriate for primary education. But if we look more closely, through the lens of best practices in visual mapping, a number of things could be done to improve its appearance and how well it communicates with the reader.
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