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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.
See also: map
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Ramos said the LGU's proposal was anchored on the 'Build, Better Berde' theme, stressing to build green infrastructure that can provide a sustainable development under the Metropolitan Vision of Mindmap for Davao City.
MindMap apps now available on mobile devices allow students to create, develop and work on ideas via their mobile devices; for example, iMindMap apps are available on any web browser, iOS or Android device.
Finally they can reconstruct their friendship still images and then record their understanding of the concept using a mindmap.
As part of this activity, students created a mindmap of all their observations by placing their photos on a piece of chart paper (or whiteboard) and writing out all their associated field notes regarding demographics and environmental factors.
One blog that caught my interest, titled "Lifelong Learner: Claudia's Personal Learning Portfolio and Journal," provided a mindmap for the six weeks of the course and listed the changing pressures influencing higher education (http://claudiascholz.wordpress.com/2012/10/07/cfshel2_3/).
Each narrative event formed its own popple (box) in the mindmap. The first task was to consider genre and audience: students were able to flesh out the narrative by adding linked boxes to the relevant popple suggested by the genre, e.g.
For example, clients can begin ABC mind mapping exercises in Thinking Space by selecting "New MindMap" from the main screen.
To enhance your retention of material, skim the material for the central points and highlight them; put them in your MindMap or outline them.
We learn about the concept of the "mindmap," which is "the instructional technologist's visual representation of a person's interpretation and understanding of a process, why it exists, and its ultimate outcome." The three fields of academic librarianship, instructional design, and information technology all contribute to the design thinking necessary to create blended librarianship.
In supervision, Jesse talks about her learning and with her supervisor, creates a mindmap which they add to each session.
* MindMap [TM] Static and A/V annotated diagrams MindMap diagrams to structure and organize class content.
This visual format enabled the user and anyone else accessing the material to view the materials in a mindmap or "tree" format, with the facility to attach documents, embed video clips or link to web and other resources.