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mind map

A method of learning or organizing data in which a person starts with a central concept and then arranges related concepts, facts, and ideas around it in a way that helps the cartographer make sense of the material.
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Mostly we find that when people don't get the results that they would like from any system of accelerated learning, including PhotoReading and MindMapping, it's because they aren't actually following and practising the system that they have been taught.
Creative techniques applied: brainstorming (deliberate creative group effort), answering to what, where, why, when, how questions, mindmapping (radiant, clock-wise organized pattern, containing key terms).
The author recommends mindmapping, a creative process that works for the individual a bit like brainstorming does for groups.
The new policy process utilizes mindmapping techniques, is more nurse-friendly and should have positive effects on standardizing nursing practice.
In our first mindmapping session we had ideas ranging from the obvious wind turbines and solar panels, to the more unlikely such as geo-thermal and generators in the dock, and finally the odd, monorail and nuclear train.
Cool Tools: MindMeister mindmapping tool - http://www.
By the latest estimate, 200 million people around the world are now using MindMapping, so it is just a matter of time before it becomes a universally-used technique, said Dr Mirza.
Does the combination of concept mapping, brainstorming, mindmapping, visual project planning, knowledge creation, collaboration, team building, retention, and fun intrigue you?
Until now, most mindmapping tools were very limited in the way consumers and businesses were able to access information from the Web, while inside of the application.
BSM Cardiff manager Justine Woodward said, ``We believe MindMapping can speed up learning and produce better drivers as well.
MindMeister, Intensil and SnapXT outlined how mindmapping tools can be used to support online collaboration;
0 Track will address topics such as Culture & Technology, Death of the Application, Enterprise Collaboration, Infrastructure Technologies, Mindmapping & Collaboration, Online Communities, Social Computing, and The Web Practitioner.