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  • When we want to remember something, our brain fetch them using keywords.
  • One of the most reproduced photos in the world shows the preference of our minds to see us from different views!!!
  • Mind mapping

    1. 1. Mind Mapping By Gholamreza Saberyreza_sabery_89@yahoo.com
    2. 2. References1. Tony Buzan. Mind maps for kids. USA. Thorsons. 2005.2. Silvina P.Hillar. Mind mapping with FreeMind. USA. Packt publishing. 2012.
    3. 3. MOTIVATION
    4. 4. Note taking
    5. 5. Common issues in note takingWriting too much(A mess) Reading too much You will be bored
    6. 6. How to solve the problem?
    7. 7. Mind Maps Tony Buzan in 1970Studies mind and it’s inner workings in relation to study.
    8. 8. Keywords
    9. 9. Disadvantages of classical note taking• Writing in a linear form• Writing useless words• Reading useless words• We don’t sign keywords• Distance between keywords causes logical problems in relating them.
    10. 10. Use of keywords in note takingBy using keywords anddividing your text intomain topics you are moreproductive but stillsomething is missing …
    11. 11. Where is the problem?
    12. 12. Hemispheres of brainLeft side Right side• Science• Logic • Color• Reason • Creative• Words • Peaceful• Analytic • Freedom• Precise • Love
    13. 13. Solution!!!Keywords +Maps = Mind maps!!!
    14. 14. Map(roots and meaning of the word)• First Known Use: 1527• Medieval Latin mappa, from Latin, napkin, towel
    15. 15. Usage of maps• Aesthetic appeal• Use of landmarks for shared orientation• Selective hiding and highlighting of detail for a specific purpose• They give us the big picture(a look from outside)
    16. 16. The most reproduced photo in world(?)
    17. 17. General principles for creating mind maps• Start with the main topic at the center of map• branches with thicker edges for main subtopics• At each level reduce thickness of edges• Use keywords and pictures on each node• Try to use different colors
    18. 18. Drawing a map Sub-topic More Main Topic Sub-topicMore Sub-topic Sub-topic More Direction : Clockwise
    19. 19. Sample Maps
    20. 20. Sample maps
    21. 21. To see more sample maps http://mappio.com
    22. 22. Using software to draw mind mapsFree software Commercial software• FreeMind • Visual Mind• FreePlane • Mind Manager• XMind • MindGenius• Compendium • MindMapper
    23. 23. CONCLUSION
    24. 24. ConclusionMind mapping causes you to use both sides ofyour brain to remember things and causes youto be more creative. So start to use it rightnow….

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