Free Editable Mind Map Examples for Students and Teachers | EdrawMind Review

This article will help you understand what a mind map is, what its scenes are and what is it for.  Students who want to develop their skills in creating mind maps to help their academic lives should continue reading. With nine examples below will give you a quick guide and some ideas in drawing mind maps.

What Is a Mind Map and its Using Scenes?

Mind maps is a diagram help with making plans, taking notes, sorting out knowledge and organize thoughts. Most mind map templates that guide the students through the process of summarizing some of the ideas and details of what they intend to do to finish up the project. It also tries to make sense of main ideas and other small details by connecting them.

In this article, we will go through some mind map ideas and examples for students that created with  EdrawMind to help readers understand better what is mind map and what it can be used for. 
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The Mind Map Examples for Students

Mind maps can help comprehend better a certain project or creative idea and also help make sense of the overall project. It is also a great tool to help a team understand a goal. 
During this process, mind maps are tools that also improve your memory, helps clarify relationships between different topics and subtopics, or even organize or introduce new ideas to the project at hand. 

Example 1 - Mark Anthony's Speech Mind Map 

This mind map is about Mark Anthony's speech. A brace mind map. It is divided into three main topics; Ethos - which then is further divided into reasons why his speech was so well regarded. Logos - The urgency to avenge Caesar's death. And pathos; Which goes back to the story before. This mind map helps understand how his speech and its ideas could be organized.

Mind maps credit: https://www.edrawmind.com/mind-maps/16821/mark-anthonys-speech

Example 2 -Python Mind Map

In this second example, we have a brace mind map about the code language python. Here we divide the main idea into the main constituents of the language, for example, list, tuple, set, dictionary and string. Those then branch out to other smaller ideas. Those topics branch out to other subtopics like a basic form of the language, property, methods, functions and modified strings. These are repeated through the subtopics, with some extending longer than others.

Mind maps credit: https://www.edrawmind.com/mind-maps/16972/python

Example 3 - English Communication Mind Map

In this example of a brace mind map, we have the core idea of English communication and its pillars. Like, Why are you learning or motive, break down sentences, tools and apps to help understand English and use those skills to further evolve your English. These then branch out to other small ideas like reading English books, learning sentence formation, grammar, projects like BBC Learning English, google translate, E-mail writing or presentations.

  

Mind maps credit: https://www.edrawmind.com/mind-maps/16574/english-communicaton

Example 4 -Interaction Between Learning and Development Mind Map

This brace mind map is about the interaction between learning and development. It starts out with a subtopic of previous conceptions, moving forward to processes of child development, learning development and the relationship between learning and development. Then, there is the discussion between theorists of psychology and education, branching out to sets of abilities like observation, attention, memory or thinking. Another subtopic is the evolutionary theories of Koffka and the gestalt school, and the last one is the zone of proximal development. 

Mind maps credit: https://www.edrawmind.com/mind-maps/16363/interaction-between-learning-and-development

Example 5 - Save The Bilby Fund Mind Map

This example is a circle mind map about a charity. In the middle is the core idea. Saving the Fund. Then, in its immediate zones around the core idea, we have bilby, conservation and charity. Those then progress further away from the core and branch out to other smaller ideas, like endangerment, reserve, research, features, omnivore, marsupial, Bilby experience center, donations, government funding and special occasions. 

Mind maps credit: https://www.edrawmind.com/mind-maps/16144/save-the-bilby-fund

Example 6 - Teaching Methods Mind Map

This mind map example is a brace map. Teaching methods are the main idea. Then, it has several branches of techniques on how to teach like, grammar-translation methods, directs methods, audio-lingual methods, community language learning, total physical response, silent way, task-based learning or communicative teaching. These progress into more detailed subtopics, but all of them belong to the eclectic approach. 

Mind maps credit: https://www.edrawmind.com/mind-maps/15635/teaching-methods

Example 7 - Hormonale Regulatie Hs 18 En 19 Mind Map

This multi-flow mind map is a centre idea, but instead of all the subtopics branching out in one direction, these can go anywhere and can also be interconnected between them to give a better understanding of how topics and subtopics are related. In general, the further from the main idea, the more minimal is the importance, and the more it depends on other subtopics to make sense and relate back to the main idea.


  

Mind maps credit: https://www.edrawmind.com/mind-maps/15496/hormonale-regulatie-hs-18-en-19-10voorbiologie

Example 8 - Negative Educational Experiences Mind Map

This mind map is a brace map and follows the negative educational experiences of indigenous children as its core idea. It then follows down and branches out to other subtopics and causes of that problem. Like childhood trauma, harmful tactics then goes further to the specific root of the problem and how the society around the child can affect that. 


  

Mind maps credit: https://www.edrawmind.com/mind-maps/15403/negative-educational-experiences-indigenous-children


Example 9 - Harappan Civilization: Skilled Occupations Mind Map

This brace mind map is about a civilization and how that civilization branched out and prospered. Subtopics relate to how society was in that civilizations, like their occupations, pottery, ornaments, sources of materials. Then that goes further right to what those occupations were, what kind of pottery, ornaments and what sources of material they had at their disposal. 


  

Mind maps credit: https://www.edrawmind.com/mind-maps/15386/harappan-civilization-skilled-occupations

More Mind Map Examples For Students and Teachers

In EdrawMind Mind Map Gallery, you have many other types of mind maps that can help you in your projects, like flow maps, multi-flow maps, circle mind maps, brace maps, treemaps and more. 


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EdrawMind - Free Mind Map Maker

You can create all above mind maps with just a few simple clicks on EdrawMind. This powerful mind mapping and brainstorming tool comes with several features like:

  • Support for platforms like Windows, macOS, Linux, Android, iOS and web
  • Twelve mind map structures, for example, fishbone, timeline and radial maps. It also comes with more than thirty themes and more than 700 stylish cliparts
  • It has a brand new brainstorm mode to help you crack the most complicated projects
  • An outline mode to simplify your projects
  • Converting your mind maps in Gantt charts
  • And a continuously growing mind mapping community

Conclusion

There are many resources when it comes to mind maps, and they sure are an important tool, especially in creative environments. 

In this article, we go through mind map examples for students as they are always in need of some clarification regarding a project they might be working on. 

This guide is here to help any student to understand better what mind maps are and their use.