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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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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.
Examples are taken from current work like mindmapping an essay plan for the English text An Inspector Calls or storing notes about Pacifism for GCSE Religious Studies 'Issues'.
Linking to MindManager 2002 affords me better visuals and mindmapping opportunities.
Teaching idea-generating methods, such as mindmapping and guiding them through these before a new task, can help them to focus.
The suggested creative techniques are brainstorming (for choosing the product), mindmapping (for listing all the product qualities they would like to include in the ad), answering questions that could trigger their creativity, but the students can also use their own strategies.
Adds Joyce Wycoff, author of Mindmapping: Your Personal Guide to Exploring Creativity and Problem-Solving (Berkley Publishing Group; $12.95): "It's a very normal way of thinking.
There are webapps for keeping lists, webapps for managing teams, webapps for mindmapping, and many more webapps for email - like Hotmail, but without so much advertising.
His material is drawn from everything and anything, putting together all sorts of techniques, like brainstorming and mindmapping. We are introduced to the major ideas of some of the most important thinkers, but it's simply too much for the average reader, and the pages are overloaded.
Rather than use Checkland's rich picturing iconography, it was decided here to go with Mindmapping. This is a fairly free-form sketching concept now well supported by some commercial software.
They will develop skills in mindmapping, which is designed to enhance independent learning skills.
During lessons, students learned the technique of mindmapping (Margulies, 1991) which encouraged them to explore ideas about themselves, their private hopes and dreams, and their understanding of mathematics.