It’s always great to see a progress of something or someone. This inspires us or just informs us that a progress is in the center of our lives.
Edynco – a Learning map tool is evolving each day. When our team sees how useful Edynco is for teachers and students we are proud on our work and on how well the idea of Learning maps is being accepted.
During the last year we put a lot of effort to meet our users’ expectations. Therefore the evolution of Edynco is primary the result of endless collaboration between them and our great team.
We’ve filtered our 6 most important steps in Edynco development in 2014:
The end of the year is time when we look back and review everything we’ve done.
Thus also for Edynco, year 2014 was a year, dedicated to raise awareness about Learning maps. Through our blog posts, we’ve tried to explain what are Learning maps, how to use and create them and why to use them.
Since numerous blog posts were written covering different areas, we’ve decided to gather all essential information in Guide, in order to make a Learning map creation process a little easier for you. At the bottom of this page, you can download the Guide which will help you to keep your Learning map design simple and effective.
In this blog post I will share my experience on building online course with Learning maps. The tool I used for creating Learning maps was Edynco. I´ll describe the steps I took in designing a course on business communication for high school students.
My goal was to teach the students the basic principles of communication in private and business environment. I gathered all the materials on Business communication and selected the appropriate ones. I created an outline of my course in a form of a mind map, where I divided my course into five independent lessons. Each lesson I divided into topics, which had single learning objective. In each topic I planned different activities for students and evaluation with tests or tasks.