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Hey Nick,
The all-at-once approach is risky (as you say), but allows the group to decide where they want to focus (broad or deep). Here ( http://www.1-900-870-6235.com/ ) are some of the maps I've used over the past 8 years or so.


After using it in the classroom for a brief time, I agree it's better to keep it simple and easy to follow. rwild, I couldn't get to your site from that link. I'd love to see your work.


Often it helps using less colors, images and straight instead of curved lines in maps when shown to first-time users. Make them look a little boring. Otherwise people tend to think this is kids stuff, like painting pictures. I often say the graphics are not really important, it's the content and the structure.

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