Miro can be a great tool for STEM teaching, as it provides an interactive and visual platform for students and teachers to engage with content. Miro provides a digital canvas for users to visualise and organise ideas, brainstorm, and collaborate with remote teams in real-time.

Here are a few ways to use Miro:

Mind mapping: Use Miro to create mind maps to help students organize and understand complex topics.

Group projects: Assign group projects and have students collaborate on Miro boards to complete their projects.

Online lectures: Create an interactive online lecture by adding text, images, and videos to a Miro board.

Concept mapping: Use Miro to create concept maps to help students understand the relationships between different concepts.

Quizzes and assessments: Create quizzes and assessments using Miro’s interactive elements, such as multiple-choice questions and fill-in-the-blank questions.

Classroom games: Create interactive games and simulations using Miro’s elements to engage students and reinforce learning.

Remote learning: Use Miro to deliver content and facilitate collaboration between students in a remote learning environment.

Miro is a collaborative online whiteboard tool that is used for a variety of purposes such as:

  • Mind mapping
  • Project planning and management
  • Design thinking and brainstorming
  • Remote team collaboration and meetings
  • Agile product development
  • Customer journey mapping
  • Scrum and kanban boards.
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