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My slides from the December meeting of the KLCK Blogger Network (http://www.facebook.com/klckbloggersnetwork), where I introduced Mind Mapping to the group as a useful tool for organising your ...

My slides from the December meeting of the KLCK Blogger Network (http://www.facebook.com/klckbloggersnetwork), where I introduced Mind Mapping to the group as a useful tool for organising your blogging thoughts.

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    • Organise your Thoughts for Blogging with Mind Mapping
      Frank Bradley
      http://frankbradley.tumblr.com/
      http://twitter.com/frankbradley
      http://facebook.com/frankpbradley
    • Mind Mapping
    • What do I want to share with you
      What is Mind Mapping
      How to create a Mind Map
      Examples of How I use Mind Maps for Blogging
      Create another Mind Map
      Some fun examples of Mind Maps
      Other Uses of Mind Maps
      Some Resources
    • What is Mind Mapping
      Mind Mapping is a graphic technique used to represent ideas and concepts developed by Tony Buzan, which harnesses the skills of both cerebral hemispheres:
      Right Hemisphere says:
      “I am the one generating ideas!
      The eccentric, creative part, …well, the artist!”
      Left Hemisphere says
      “Right, but without me, the analytical part that organizes and structures those ideas into something coherent, you’d be lost…”
      Oh boy…
      Slide courtesy of http://www.slideshare.net/pablomariani/mind-mapping-what-is-it-by-mindproject
    • Dealing with our double personality:
      LEFT HEMISPHERE
      Word
      Logic
      Numbers
      Linear Reasoning
      Analysis
      Lists
      RIGHT HEMISPHERE
      Ritmo
      Spatial perception
      Global focus
      Imagination
      Daydreaming
      Color
      Dimension
      ¡Without neurons connecting us we’d be nothing!
      Slide courtesy of http://www.slideshare.net/pablomariani/mind-mapping-what-is-it-by-mindproject
    • Maps By Great Thinkers
      • There is evidence to suggest that many great thinkers throughout history have used mind-map type techniques
      • These include Leonardo da Vinci, Pablo Picasso and Bill Gates
      Images of Da Vinci’s notebooks are available from: www.bl.uk
    • Introduction to Mind Mapping
    • Uses of MindMaps
      • Planning
      • Brainstorming
      • Group thinking
      • Documenting
      • Note taking
      • Exam revision
      • Resources
    • Mind Mapping in 3 Steps
      Slide courtesy of http://www.slideshare.net/michaeldeutch/getting-the-most-out-of-mind-mapping
    • 1 Central Keyword or Image
      Slide courtesy of http://www.slideshare.net/michaeldeutch/getting-the-most-out-of-mind-mapping
    • 2 Add Keywords & Connect with Lines
      Slide courtesy of http://www.slideshare.net/michaeldeutch/getting-the-most-out-of-mind-mapping
    • 3 Continue Adding New Keywords…
      Slide courtesy of http://www.slideshare.net/michaeldeutch/getting-the-most-out-of-mind-mapping
    • Mind Map Exercise 1
      Write the word Tomorrow in the approximate centre of the page and draw a circle around the word.
      Add each of the following branches and label them
      Financial
      Work
      Family
      Physical
      Emotional
      Family
      Spiritual
      Social
      Make child branches as necessary.
    • Mind map Exercise 1
      Now make a complete mind dump of your to-do list for tomorrow
    • Examples of Mind Maps for Blogs
    • Examples of Mindmaps for Blogs
    • Another Mind Map
      Why it would be fun to
      Go out with a ….
      Buy a ….
      Learn a ….
      Change a …..
      Believe a …..
      Withdraw from a …..
      Begin a …..
      Create a …..
      Finish a …..
    • Another Mind Map
    • Some fun examples of Mind Maps
      Murphy’s Law
      How to Win Friends and Influence People
      How to have fun when doing the dishes
      Romeo & Juliet
      http://www.mindmapart.com/category/mind-mappers/adam-sicinski-mind-maps/
    • Recommended Resources
      • “Use Your Head: Innovative Learning and Thinking Techniques to Fulfil Your Potential”, Tony Buzan, 1974
      • “The Mind Map Book”, Tony Buzan & Barry Buzan, BBC Active, 1993
    • Any Questions?