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About the Program
Target Audience: Students and adults with learning differences.
MindView solves the anxiety students face with writer's block, outlining documents
and time management. MindView is an all-inclusive software that assists students with
learning differences, such as dyslexia, autism, ADHD etc. MindView is integrated
with other assistive tools such as Dragon, Jaws, ZoomText, TextHelp, etc.
MindView is ideal for:
- Supporting students with learning difficulties organize their ideas
- Generating academic papers with citations and references
- Helping students to plan their work visually
- Removing the anxiety associated with writing assignments
- Gain organization & time management skills
- develop a firm understanding of the Mind Mapping Theory
- learn the benefits of Mind Mapping for students with learning disabilities
About the Presenters
Brandon Conrad, Product Manager at MatchWare Inc., is considered to be an expert in
mind mapping software. His specialty is bridging the gap between mind mapping technology
and children’s learning behaviors. Over the past 10 years, Brandon has been a key
player in the development of assistive features as they relate to mind mapping software.
Prior to MatchWare, Brandon worked with children diagnosed with Autism, ADHD, Asperger’s,
and other behavioral disorders. Utilizing the techniques of Applied Behavior Analysis,
he focused on shaping children’s behavior to “mainstream” them into the traditional
classroom and become independent in their residential setting. With degrees in economics
and psychology, Brandon brings a unique skill set to mind mapping and assistive technology
Over the past 10 years, he has presented the topic of mind mapping at numerous ATIA,
PMI Global Congress, Project World, and Project Challenge conferences. It has been
the constant input from participants that has helped to evolve and fine-tune the learning
objectives for this topic.
CART captioning is provided for all SCATP webinars. If you need an additional accommodation
to participate, please contact us at least one week prior to the webinar via e-mail or by phone at 803-935-5263.
All program webinars are recorded and archived on our training page.