Map Storming

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A brief presentation on the use of an iPhone mindmapping App, called MindNode, in order to enhance the speed and efficiency of brainstorming.

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  • Map Storming

    1. 1. IDEAS DO GROW ON TREESMindmaps as a Visual Structure for Brainstorming
    2. 2. MindNode App for the iPhone
    3. 3. WHAT IS A MINDMAP? A mind map is a diagram used to organized words, ideas, and images, in a holistic, hierarchical form in order to gain fresh perspectives.✴Mind maps are used togenerate, visualize, structure,and classify ideas, and as anaid in study, organization,problem solving, and decision
    4. 4. WHAT IS BRAINSTORMING?A generative flow state, in which the goal is touncritically jot down as many possible solutions to aproblem as possible.Quantity of ideas matters much more than quality ofideas.Richness over Rightness
    5. 5. MAPS VS LISTSRather than just making a list of numerous ideas during brainstorming, a mindmap mixes wordsand images in a loose andflexible process, that alsoallows one to glimpse the whole picture.
    6. 6. TYPES OF MINDMAPS
    7. 7. Hand Drawn
    8. 8. MindNode on the iPhone
    9. 9. Adding images with MindNode Pro on a Mac
    10. 10. Email a PDF with aHyperlinked Mindmap
    11. 11. STUDENTS CAN EXPLORE THEADVANTAGES OF EACH TYPE OF MAPPING •Use anywhereMobile Device •Simple •Easy export to computer •More complex explorations Computer •Easily add images •Create Hyperlinked maps •Free and looseHand Drawn •All you need is a pencil •Sketch, or collage in images
    12. 12. MINDMAP HOW TO...1. Draw an oval, with a key term.2. Draw curving limbs radiating out from the oval.3. In block letters, write a single word flowing along each limb.4. Bifurcation: Add smaller branches forking out from limbs.5. Use lots of color.
    13. 13. WHAT CAN YOU DO WITH A MINDMAP?Brainstorm efficiently.Discover patterns and relationshipsbetween ideas.Map a learning experience.Plan a presentation.Create a visual, hierarchical, holisticdocument with links to provide moredetail on demand.
    14. 14. FORCING EXPANSIVE THINKINGAdding blank nodes to a Mindmap establishes a quota of ideas for each branch of a subject.
    15. 15. LINKSApps BooksMindnode.com (free, pro, The MindMap Bookand iOS versions) Mapping Inner SpaceiMindMap (Tony Buzan, inc.)Freemind (open, complex, abit slow)ThinkingSpace (Android)
    16. 16. Michael Kieley http://LearnVisualThinking.comhttp://EdTechExplore.wordpress.com
    17. 17. N E G AT I V E T H I N K I N G +S W I T C H O F F A N A LY S I SWith generative / lateral thinking onedoes not have to be right at every step.
    18. 18. CHANCE INTRUSIONS
    19. 19. IDEAS DO GROW ON TREESMindmaps as a Visual Structure for Brainstorming

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