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Hacking clever: The value of mindmapping in the classroom
Hacking clever: The value of mindmapping in the classroom
Hacking clever: The value of mindmapping in the classroom
Hacking clever: The value of mindmapping in the classroom
Hacking clever: The value of mindmapping in the classroom
Hacking clever: The value of mindmapping in the classroom
Hacking clever: The value of mindmapping in the classroom
Hacking clever: The value of mindmapping in the classroom
Hacking clever: The value of mindmapping in the classroom
Hacking clever: The value of mindmapping in the classroom
Hacking clever: The value of mindmapping in the classroom
Hacking clever: The value of mindmapping in the classroom
Hacking clever: The value of mindmapping in the classroom
Hacking clever: The value of mindmapping in the classroom
Hacking clever: The value of mindmapping in the classroom
Hacking clever: The value of mindmapping in the classroom
Hacking clever: The value of mindmapping in the classroom
Hacking clever: The value of mindmapping in the classroom
Hacking clever: The value of mindmapping in the classroom
Hacking clever: The value of mindmapping in the classroom
Hacking clever: The value of mindmapping in the classroom
Hacking clever: The value of mindmapping in the classroom
Hacking clever: The value of mindmapping in the classroom
Hacking clever: The value of mindmapping in the classroom
Hacking clever: The value of mindmapping in the classroom
Hacking clever: The value of mindmapping in the classroom
Hacking clever: The value of mindmapping in the classroom
Hacking clever: The value of mindmapping in the classroom
Hacking clever: The value of mindmapping in the classroom
Hacking clever: The value of mindmapping in the classroom
Hacking clever: The value of mindmapping in the classroom
Hacking clever: The value of mindmapping in the classroom
Hacking clever: The value of mindmapping in the classroom
Hacking clever: The value of mindmapping in the classroom
Hacking clever: The value of mindmapping in the classroom
Hacking clever: The value of mindmapping in the classroom
Hacking clever: The value of mindmapping in the classroom
Hacking clever: The value of mindmapping in the classroom
Hacking clever: The value of mindmapping in the classroom
Hacking clever: The value of mindmapping in the classroom
Hacking clever: The value of mindmapping in the classroom
Hacking clever: The value of mindmapping in the classroom
Hacking clever: The value of mindmapping in the classroom
Hacking clever: The value of mindmapping in the classroom
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Hacking clever: The value of mindmapping in the classroom

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I was asked by my principal to do a twenty-minute presentation on mindmapping. I am a huge fan of Tony Buzan and his mindmapping: It saved me so much time and effort while I was working/studying.

I was asked by my principal to do a twenty-minute presentation on mindmapping. I am a huge fan of Tony Buzan and his mindmapping: It saved me so much time and effort while I was working/studying.

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  • 1. Hacking clever: The value of mindmapping in the classroom. Tumblr Lily Kotze t: @LilyKotze
  • 2. (Y)ou and I were taught to use only half, or 50 %, of your brain's mighty tool-kit. We were, literally, trained to be half-wits! Tony Buzan, Mind Map Handbook
  • 3. (W)ords, |l|i|n|e|s|, num63r5, logic, and sequence. ... They represent your brain's 'left-brain' skills and do not include any of your 'right-brain' skills, which enable us to r yh comprehend h t m, colour and s p a c e, and to daydream. Tony Buzan, Mind Map Handbook
  • 4. pinterest
  • 5. Edison Great thinkers
  • 6. Einstein Great thinkers
  • 7. Newton Great thinkers
  • 8. Da vinci Great thinkers
  • 9. What do all these notes have in common? pictures Pinterest
  • 10. What do all these notes have in common? codes L. Kotze
  • 11. What do all these notes have in common? connecting lines
  • 12. Humans are part of nature Why shouldn't our learning relate and reflect nature? Tumblr
  • 13. What if our brains were like a library ? Tumblr
  • 14. A very disorganised one. Katie King Flickr
  • 15. This is your brain without mind maps. Katie King Flickr
  • 16. With mindmapping, a large amount of information is filed in perfect order, and you experience phenomenal data-retrieval. Tumblr
  • 17. The best part? The more you learn, the more you remember! 9gag.com
  • 18. 1 Tools
  • 19. 1 Tools 2 How to
  • 20. 1 Tools 2 How to 3 When?
  • 21. 1 Tools 2 How to 3 When? 4 Benefits
  • 22. 1 Tools Blank, unlined paper. Pinterest
  • 23. 1 Tools Blank, unlined paper. Colour pens and pencils. Pinterest
  • 24. 1 Tools Blank, unlined paper. Colour pens and pencils. Your brain. Pinterest
  • 25. 1 Tools Blank, unlined paper. Colour pens and pencils. Your brain. Your imagination. Pinterest
  • 26. How to make a mindmap 2 Start in the centre of the page. This allows you to spread out your ideas and express yourself naturally. Pinterest
  • 27. How to make a mindmap 2 Your central idea: image in the middle of the page. A picture is worth a 1 000 words. An image keeps you interested and focused. Pinterest
  • 28. How to make a mindmap 2 Colours Exciting to the brain, energize creative thinking, colour association. Pinterest
  • 29. How to make a mindmap 2 Connecting lines Help with association. Keep them curved The branches pull more attention when they are not straight. Pinterest
  • 30. How to make a mind map 2 One keyword Limiting keywords multiplies power and flexibility in mindmapping, and act as triggers for new thoughts and ideas. Pinterest
  • 31. How to make a mindmap 2 Images Use images throughout. If a picture is worth a 1 000 words, then 10 = 10 000! Pinterest
  • 32. 3 When do you use mind maps? Tumblr
  • 33. 3 When do you use mind Communication and presentation maps? Tumblr
  • 34. 3 When do you use mind Negotiations maps? Tumblr
  • 35. 3 When do you use mind Planning maps? Family events, weekly activities, telephone calls, meetings, preparation of school work... Tumblr
  • 36. 3 When do you use mind a book Reducing to one page... maps? When studying, or reading a novel. Tumblr
  • 37. 4 Benefits of mindmappi ng Boost creativity
  • 38. 4 Benefits of mindmappi Save time ng
  • 39. 4 Benefits of mindmappi ng Solve problems
  • 40. 4 Benefits of mindmappi ng Concentration
  • 41. 4 Benefits of mindmappi and ng Organisingyour clarifying thinking.
  • 42. 4 Benefits of mindmappi ngPassExams/tests: with a good grade, remember better, study faster and more efficiently.
  • 43. 4 Benefits of mindmappi ng See the whole picture.
  • 44. 4 Benefits of mindmappi Plan. ng

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