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This was a collaborative make for CLMOOC 2015. You can read more about it here: http://clmooc.educatorinnovator.org/2015/2015/07/27/make-cycle-6-geolocate-your-space/
Here are thoughts about maps and maybe some future ideas how we could use them better. How do you use maps yourself or at schools with students?
My mind – map depicts my past and ongoing activities and was completed using Microsoft Word. Doing this has led me to consider future activities. Maybe making some of my hobbies more than hobbies.
This video, part of the map/learning walk cycle, is about a walk to the Eternal Flame in Chestnut Ridge Park, Orchard Park, NY.
Using Dave’s Mapper (http://davesmapper.com/), create a unified or remixed fantasy map. Save or print it and then mark it up to give it some symbolic or literal meaning that connects to your life or learning. If you love this kind of stuff (mapping, gaming, drawing), submit a tile set of your own under the “Submit Tiles” tab. Note that the app is licensed CC-BY-NC-SA, so please consider your make to be licensed the same way.
I mapped my laziness process in order to gain insight into my own thinking and to generalize about an issue common to all learners and makers.
This exercise in creating a life map from Acumen was originally geared toward those taking a social entrepreneurship class but has all kind of other uses in my mind. "What is a life map? A life map helps you understand where you are by thinking about where you’ve been—geographically, culturally, socially, academically, professionally—and where you might want to go next. "