Mind Map


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Mind Map

n
(Education) trademark a diagrammatic method of representing ideas, with related concepts arranged around a core concept
[C20: created by US academic Tony Buzan (born 1942)]
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This question was added and attached to a specific web search result in their group mind map. For example, in Fig.
An author or co-author of more than 80 books published in 100 countries, Mr Buzan is famed for establishing a celebrated thinking tool called the Mind Map.
Mind Map technique works towards unlocking the potential of the brain and is used as an instrument for strategic planning and marketing, project planning and project management.
Why integrate a 3-D mind map with oral language learning?
A key feature of the event will be an interactive "mind map" event called "my Dad's on Twitter but he doesn't know why," which explores how and why people use social media and aims to discover more beneficial approaches to online networks.
Due to the use of real objects, the term '3-D mind map' has been coined to distinguish it from the more traditional 2-D mind map.
Mind Map harnesses the full range of cortical skills - word, image, number, logic, rhythm, colour and spatial awareness.
In Buzan's method, creating a mind map usually starts with a blank piece of paper.
The collaborative visual mind map acted then as a recording of my questions and Ryan's answers as we proceeded through the literacy conference.
Projects can be started as a visual outline or a mind map. Once the project is mapped, users toggle between the mind map and project chart view.
I now begin every project--be it a to-do list, a newsletter, chapter outline, or teleconference--by creating a Mind Map.
The authors take a mind map example about a Sherlock Holmes Web site and continue the example through the development of the site structure.