MIND-MAPPING
• Mind mapping is a highly effective method for  getting information, ideas, and concepts in and  out of your brain - its ...
All Mind Maps have some things incommon.1.from the center and use lines2. symbols3.words4.color5.colorful to memorable and...
The five essential characteristics of            Mind Mapping:• The main idea, subject or focus is crystallized in a  cent...
Theory behind Mind MapsThe mind map is a tool used toentice, delight, stimulate and challenge you.You will discover some a...
Mind Maps•   improve brainstorming sessions•   organize and clarify thinking about an idea•   improve communication and co...
DifferencesTraditional note-taking methods Mind Maps on the other handobscure the key words and                assist with...
Conclusion• gather more information• organize the information• gain immediate access to that  information when you need it...
THANK YOU
Mind mapping
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Mind mapping

  1. 1. MIND-MAPPING
  2. 2. • Mind mapping is a highly effective method for getting information, ideas, and concepts in and out of your brain - its a creative and logical means of note-taking and note-making that literally maps out your ideas.• Mind mapping has been demonstrated to increase organizational skills and creativity, to develop memory retention and deepen understanding of concepts.
  3. 3. All Mind Maps have some things incommon.1.from the center and use lines2. symbols3.words4.color5.colorful to memorable and highly organizeddiagram
  4. 4. The five essential characteristics of Mind Mapping:• The main idea, subject or focus is crystallized in a central image.• The main themes radiate from the central image as branches.• The branches comprise a key image or key word drawn or printed on its associated line.• Topics of lesser importance are represented as twigs of the relevant branch.• The branches form a connected nodal structure.
  5. 5. Theory behind Mind MapsThe mind map is a tool used toentice, delight, stimulate and challenge you.You will discover some astonishing facts aboutyour brain and its function, and you will takethe first major steps on the path to freedom ofthe mind.
  6. 6. Mind Maps• improve brainstorming sessions• organize and clarify thinking about an idea• improve communication and collaboration• optimize project planning• save time and increase productivity
  7. 7. DifferencesTraditional note-taking methods Mind Maps on the other handobscure the key words and assist with the brains ability toinformation concentrateare not easily memorable allow the essence of the material to become evidentwaste time with the quantity of make visually apparent theconnecting words relative order of informationare not using all the cortical skills, make connections between ideasand so do not creatively stimulate easy to seethe brain boost our confidence in our ability to learn
  8. 8. Conclusion• gather more information• organize the information• gain immediate access to that information when you need it again.
  9. 9. THANK YOU
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