When students start large projects they often feel overwhelmed and lost. As the teacher I would often have to lead them through the beginning process so they could get organized and started on their projects. So to further help my students I began to bookmark websites that helped them organize their thoughts and ideas on their own. These sites allowed them to put ideas in order and see how they relate to one another. I often ask students to map out their projects before they begin creating them and have them turn in these organizational charts with their final project. The list below is one that I provide my students to use in my class. Again if you have any other sites that you use or any feedback on the sites provided please let me know.
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