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Dunlap writing around our mindmaps compass points


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Dunlap writing around our mindmaps compass points

  1. 1. Compass Points E= Excitements: What excites you about the ideas you saw on the maps? What is positive, interesting, well-done? W=Worries What do you find worrisome in the maps? What do people seem to be struggling with? What gaps or understandings might be missing? N=Needs What else did you notice people need to find out or know about their ideas? What suggestions would you have for additional search and notetaking? S=Steps and Suggestions What might next steps be for students to move forward? What suggestions do you have? What do students need to do next in evaluating their topic and if they have another information and/or the right kinds of information?