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Mind Maps

  1. 1. ‫بسم ا الرحمن الرحيم‬ Mind Mapping “Radiant Thinking” Presented by Samia Gad Omar Dec 2013
  2. 2. Outline            The Amazing Brain The Mind Unknown Potential Left & Right Hemispheres Functions Prof. Tony Buzan What is Mind Map? Why? How? Mind Mapping Techniques. William Shakespeare The Power of Mind Mapping! Examples Practical Training.  Conclusion
  3. 3. The Amazing Brain Nerve Cell 1012 nerve cells 10800 connections!! 0.01% or less is used.
  4. 4. The Mind Unknown Potential • The human brain can store more information than all libraries in the world. • We store every thing (unlimited capacity). • Problem with recall (retrieval key is lost, lack of association). • Input  Processing/Storing  Output. • Pattern recognition is the power of the brain • Creativity, make new connections that no one can made. It is exponential interaction between both sides of brain.
  5. 5. Left & Right Hemispheres Functions Analytical thought Logic Language Numbers Sequential Linear Judgmental Dominant. Exercise: color or text Holistic thought Emotions Image (visual) Imagination Art Music Colors Patterns Creativity Intuition
  6. 6. Prof. Tony Buzan The developer of Mind Maps... • Born in London 1942. • Graduated from the University of British Columbia in 1964. • Studied psychology, neuro-physiology, and general sciences. •Published over twenty books about the human brain, creativity and learning. • In 1971, Had a note taking problem. 1-humans were born with a brain billions of times more powerful than computers - but without a manual. 2-Spent 1000-10000 hrs. formal learning 3-Less than 10 hrs. creative learning.
  7. 7. What is Mind Map? A Mind Map is an expression of Radiant Thinking and therefore a natural function of the human mind. It is a powerful graphic technique used to represent words, ideas, tasks or other items linked to and arranged radiantly around a central key word or idea.
  8. 8. Why? How? • Why? Our brains work best when we allow ideas to flow freely before attempting to organize them. • How? Use Radiant Thinking and Both Sides of Your Brain.
  9. 9. Mind Mapping Techniques How to make a mind map? 1: Start at the center of the page 2: Don´t be serious! 3: Free associate 4: Think as fast as you can 5-7 mints 5: There are no boundaries 6: Don´t judge too fast 7: Go, go, go.... 8: Add relationships and connections
  10. 10. Mind Mapping Techniques
  11. 11. William Shakespeare Very Little is officially known about Shakespeare; but scholars have pieced together a reasonably comprehensive picture of his life from his marriage to Anne Hathaway in 1582 to his Christenings of his 3 children. And most reputable critics ascribe to him the authorship of the major portion of thirty eight of the world’s most respected plays several excellent poems, and some 154 sonnets. William achieved success largely on his own. He apparently never attended college. Successive purchases and sales of agricultural products and parcels of land near Stratford must have provided Shakespeare with greatly increased capital, which, when reinvested paid him steady income for many years. This gave him the freedom and time to concentrate on his first loves: acting and writing. In 1594-1595. William performed before Queen Elizabeth and his name became widely recognized. Shakespeare grew in public stature when he became one of the owners of London’s Globe Theatre in 1599. For Study, Shakespeare’s works can be divided into six separate, somewhat chronological sections; Early works, Major Histories, The problem plays , Tragedies, The Roman Plays, and The Late Romances. His comedies seem to be interspersed throughout these divisions.
  12. 12. William Shakespeare
  13. 13. The Power of Mind Mapping Applications:  Brain Storming.  Project Management.  Memory Improvement.  “To Do” List Presentation, Managing Meetings Note Taking, Writing
  14. 14. Examples
  15. 15. Practical Training
  16. 16. Conclusion Mind Map It is a graphic technique that can help you to... • Dramatically accelerate your learning capacity • Instantly see connections and links between different subjects • Develop effective brainstorming techniques • Help your mind become a powerful idea generator • Quickly gain insight into the big picture of any project • Increase your ability to memorize and remember • Boost your creativity • Optimize and simplify any project you may have • …and much more! In other words, mind mapping can be a very useful and powerful tool for you. *iMind Map Tools
  17. 17. Thank You.

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