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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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ConceptDraw MINDMAP v8 — brainstorming, planning, and mind mapping software (compatible with MS Office applications).
This process can take many forms, ranging from taxonomies and mindmaps to data-mining; however, the goal is to establish problem statements for innovation.
To enhance your retention of material, skim the material for the central points and highlight them; put them in your MindMap or outline them.
In supervision, Jesse talks about her learning and with her supervisor, creates a mindmap which they add to each session.
Strictly Traditional Overhead PowerPoint MindMap Lecture chalk board slides lecture lectures (no visual aids) [] [] [] [] [] 6.
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.
This group did a mindmap then individually sketched ideas in their journals.
Figure 1 illustrates the characteristics of bargaining using a mindmap.
11) In his "EBO Universe" Mindmap presentation, USAF colonel Anthony Cain categorizes distinct air "actions" available to strategists as either destructive or constructive in nature.
The concepts list could be used to form branches on a Mindmap (Buzan, 1996).
The youngsters used the software to mindmap their location from house to planet.