From our friends at TechRadar:
Brainstorming can be a way to develop new ideas, workflows, and opportunities. However, organizing a disparate range of suggestions into working solutions and actionable insights can be something of a challenge.
This is where mind map software comes into play, providing a way in which to chart all this. While some are available just for individual use for organizing projects, others offer collaborative features.
Why this matters:
Whether collaborating in a staff meeting or planning a lesson for their students, teachers are routinely called upon to brainstorm ideas and solutions. While software can aid in this process, not every mind map software will fit the bill for educators. Learn the pros, the cons, and the costs of the top mind-mapping software by reading the full report at techradar.com