Mind Maps: Practice

This past Spring while studying for my DMA Comprehensive exams I was directed by a friend to the Mind-mapping software program FreeMind which is an excellent diagram tool for visually arranging information.  He had been using the program as a study tool, but I can see the potential for so many uses.  This morning I played around with the program and created a document that focused on the topic of Practice.


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David Ballam Doctoral Student at the University of Texas at Austin Doublebass Instructor: UT String Project & Round Rock School District BLOG: https://tunedin4ths.wordpress.com/ WEB: https://ballam.musicteachershelper.com
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One Response to Mind Maps: Practice

  1. Robert Martin says:

    Great! This has a lot of potential! Thanks for posting the diagram.

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