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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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Although this study used the mind map developed by this study and LCD displays, educators may apply this framework to design Web co-discovery activity with other technologies.
Encourage the children to move around as they build the mind map and to talk about what they are doing.
Another child, who has been given a nailbrush, may wish to add a picture of fingernails to the mind map. The class may discuss the best way to do this, and decide to add fingernails to the picture of the hands.
Today, some businesses are creating mind maps of key meetings to have a visual record of what was discussed and decided by the end of each year.
"In a similar way, an author could link a Mind Map of a book's planned table of contents to individual maps created for the contents of each chapter," Parker said.
He got down on one knee and instead of saying `Darling, will you marry me', he said `Darling, I've a mind map to show you'.
You can use Mind Maps for project planning brainstorming and creative thinking knowledge management speech preparation and presentation strategic thinking negotiation continuing personal development (CPD) meeting preparation all forms of learning and problem solving.
Sakaguchi saw the potential for mind maps to support that mission by helping to focus learners' attention on critical knowledge.
Instead of power point presentations and bulleted lists, this time they would come up with colourful drawings - the Mind Maps.
Your strategies in the next part of the INSEAK process are skimming, scanning and speed-reading as well as working up a detailed Mind Map. The critical understanding here is that, while some documents may just need a skim read, you may also choose to go through others multiple times, building up greater knowledge each time.
So when I create a mind map, I'm putting together a kind of web of thoughts or notes.
He said he made a "mind map" of his actions and what he saw following the incident using diagrams and "clock dial notes" to remind him of what had happened and in what sequence events took place.