Our students haven't been able to meet fa-to-face yet due to COVID19 situation. However, we wanted them to learn more about each other, so we used mind maps.
Mind maps are a very unique way of visualising information because they structure different bits and pieces of information in the same way that your brain does – not in a linear, but in a radiant way. Studies tested mind maps against lists and concluded that children are 32% more likely to remember words from the former. That just goes to show how much of a difference the right study method can make for you!
Additionally, mind mapping is extremely useful in coding, especially when working on the design of a feature.