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Mind mapping 2012


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Mind mapping 2012

  1. 1. Mind mappingRebecca RaworthIMP Lunch ‘n LearnFebruary 13, 2012
  2. 2. star_supernova_6-bbcimage.jpg from the website
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  5. 5. Constructivist theory of learning. Theoretical assumptions that underlie constructivist theory using a bottom-up approach. Academic information iscommonly available to the learner through reading, visualizing, or listening. Irrespective of the mechanism, information enters the mind of thelearner, who is actively trying to make sense of the information. Adapted from Ausubel [7].DAntoni et al. BMC Medical Education 2010 10:61 doi:10.1186/1472-6920-10-61
  6. 6. Puzzle Writing Using Pictograms, c. 1487-1490 Pen and ink, 300 x 253 mm Windsor Castle, Royal Library (RL 12692r and RL 12692v Humor was not absent from Leonardos work. This clearly emerges from a sheet of pictograms (a section of which is represented on our page) in which Leonardo experiments with the translation of short phrases into images, usually by giving each word a different meaning and then illustrating it in a picture. On the verso of the sheet, for example, in pictographs running from right to left on top of the square drawn just to the left of center, he illustrates the laconic expression "ora sono fritto", literally meaning "Now Im fried!" (i.e. done for) as follows: the Italian word ora ("now") also means "hour" and is represented by an hourglass; sono ("I am") also means "sound" (strictly speaking suono) and is indicated by someone playing a pipe; lastly, the word "fritto ("fried") has been illustrated with a frying pan on fire.
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  8. 8. Leonardos Mysterious Handwriting Leonardos habit of using mirror-writing in his notebooks and manuscripts, in other words, of writing from right to left, for centuries cast a particular air of secrecy over his legacy. He was regularly suspected of having deliberately veiled his writings so as to prevent unauthorized access to his ideas and inventions. While the sense of mystery with which this surrounded his work may have served to heighten its fascination, Leonardos reasons for choosing mirror-writing seem to have been chiefly practical in nature. He was left-handed and if he wrote in the normal fashion from left to right he risked smudging the wet ink with his hand. Leonardo evidently made no secret of his reversed method of writing since the early sources (e.g. Vasari) regularly mention that his notes are best read with a mirror.
  9. 9. Charles Darwin. Evolution sketch from Notebook B. 1837. Copied from
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  11. 11. The 10 Commandments of Steve Photo: Axel Schmidt / AFP-GettyImages From:
  12. 12. Uses in medicine• For students to use as learning tools• For assessment• For teaching• In examinations• For preparing/reviewing teaching sessions
  13. 13. Training/Education/LearningBuzan T. The Mind Map Book. BBC Books. Revised ed. 1995.
  14. 14. TeachingBuzan T. The Mind Map Book. BBC Books. Revised ed. 1995.
  15. 15. LearningBuzan T. The Mind Map Book. BBC Books. Revised ed. 1995.
  16. 16. Planning patient care using a mind mapDoenges ME et al. Nurse’s pocket guide: diagnoses, prioritized interventions, and rationales. 12th ed. 2010. p.63
  17. 17. How to Mind Map in Seven Steps... From:
  18. 18. Med Teach. 2002 Jan;24(1):90-9. An analysis, using concept mapping, of diabetic patients knowledge, before and after patient education. Marchand C, DIvernois JF, Assal JP,Slama G, Hivon R.
  19. 19. Meetings/Brainstorming
  20. 20. Presentations
  21. 21. Another presentation example
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  23. 23. Personal/Lifestyle
  24. 24. Management
  25. 25. Concept mapping
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  30. 30. Concept maps (Amer Coll Women’sHealth Physicians’ concept map of the menstrual cycle, using Institute for Human & Machine Cognition on-line software.
  31. 31. Measuring Knowledge Structure: Reliability of Concept Mapping Assessment in Medical Education. Srinivasan, Malathi; McElvany, Matthew; MD, MAS; Shay, Jane; MD, MS; Shavelson, Richard; West, Daniel Academic Medicine. 83(12):1196- 1203, December 2008. DOI: 10.1097/ACM.0b013e31818c6e84Figure 1 Excerpts from high- and low-scoring concept maps about diabetes. In2004, fourth-year medical students andsenior residents in medicine and pediatricsat University of California-Davis School ofMedicine created concept maps, whichwere rated using four different scoringsystems. The low-scoring map shows lineararrangements of concepts, with lesscomplex relationship descriptions and nolinks noted between hierarchies. The high-scoring map (left) shows more complexnested hierarchies, with betterexplanations of relationships. Severalhierarchies originating from "diabetes" areshown, to show learners links betweenconcepts.
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  34. 34. Algorithm 1: Detection and diagnosis of hypertension
  35. 35. Thinking . The Thinker. Auguste Rodin. 1903.
  36. 36. Wizard of Oz (1930). If I only had a brain…. From the Internet Movie Database Questions?