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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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In this lesson the teachers worked collaboratively with the students to draw mindmaps that recorded their prior knowledge about the solar system.
Matrices were utilized to organize data and to improve cross-case comparisons; field notes, margin notes, summaries, vignettes, diagrams, and mindmaps were all used in the analysis (Miles & Huberman, 1994).
This process can take many forms, ranging from taxonomies and mindmaps to data-mining; however, the goal is to establish problem statements for innovation.
The introductory 'How to Learn' video aims to make study time as productive as possible recommending ideas such as mindmaps and the power of using creativity as a tool to aid memory.
For example, one instructor said, "individual journals on topics and mindmaps were valuable tools to visually understand concepts." Similarly, 29% (five) of the instructors at PKU said learning activities and their subsequent feedback on the activities were most beneficial.
As part of this exhibition, Flotron hung a row of "mindmaps" on flip charts, reflecting the workplace jargon in which personnel management is presented as "staff self-expression." The manipulative nature of this jargon and the ease with which it leads to self-deception were also demonstrated in Fired, 2007.
Groups have a set time to complete the work and report back--often with mindmaps on large sheets of paper.
Technology This class focuses on technological environments for composing and communicating: mindmaps, the web, and graphics.
The software creates mindmaps on computers, and the school is currently working with Busan Online to create a Welsh version.
Kennedy to land "a man on the Moon and [return] him safely to the Earth." With a combination of engineering, imagination, and possibility thinking, they used a number of art-based activities (mindmaps, models, storyboards, sculptures, etc.) to make what most people thought impossible, possible.
I used the MindMaps provided by the course web-site.
(100) At Western State University College of Law, where course Web pages are used extensively to communicate with students, disclose detailed instructional objectives against which students can measure their progress, provide notetaking outlines and "graphic organizers, including mindmaps, hierarchy charts and flowcharts," (101) and other guides to student learning, "preliminary assessment of student outcomes show[s] a decrease in overall student attrition and increases in student scores...