Innovate using MindManager Pro 7 both in and out of the Classroom

Innovate using MindManager Pro 7 both in and out of the Classroom

Guest Speaker: Dr. Brian S. Friedlander

Date: Thursday, November 8, 2007

Time: 10:00 am PST / 1:00 PM EST

Join Mindjet for an engaging webinar with Dr. Friedlander, an author, professor and assistive technology specialist who will share the benefits of using mind mapping software in and out of the classroom. You’ll see firsthand how Dr. Friedlander uses MindManager Pro 7 to develop, organize and deliver his classroom lectures, as a presentation tool and to develop, organize and format proposals.

In the webinar, find out how using MindManager Pro 7 will make you more effective and provide your students with a more visual way to access and comprehend the information you’re presenting to them. At the end of this webinar you’ll walk away with the knowledge and power of how to use MindManager Pro 7 to engage the entire classroom.

About Brian S. Friedlander:

Dr. Brian S. Friedlander is a certified (licensed) school psychologist with expertise in assistive and educational technology. He maintains an assistive technology practice that provides assessments, workshops and individual trainings. Dr. Friedlander is also an Assistant Professor of Education at the College of St. Elizabeth in New Jersey, where he teaches graduate courses in special education and educational technology. Mind mapping is used frequently in Dr. Friedlander’s classes with his students and he also uses it to develop and deliver graduate level course material.

Dr. Friedlander is the Publisher of Inclusion Times, a special education newsletter from AssistiveTek, LLC. He was recently featured in the video “Assistive Technology: A Way to Differentiate Instruction for Students with Disabilities”, available here. You can read Dr.Friedlander’s blog at or contact him at to learn more about his work and his state to national level conference appearances.

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