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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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Delivery of 27 notebooks, 6 interactive whiteboards, one MindMapping software, 2 visualizers, 24 PCs with mouse and keyboard, 24 monitors, 3 projectors, 1 plotter and one screen.
In our first mindmapping session, we had ideas ranging from the obvious; wind turbines and solar panels, to the less likely such as tidal power, which was actually a feasible option for us due to the unique location of the storage facility being in close proximity to the Severn Estuary in Avonmouth.
Niveles 5, 6 y 7: todos estos aspectos provienen del inconsciente de las personas y toman forma de motivaciones, valores, conocimientos, sensaciones y creencias: esta informacion se obtiene de las metodologias cualitativas propiciadas por el marketing esencial, como estudios motivacionales para las motivaciones (drivers), los estudios etnograficos para los valores y las entrevistas en profundidad y el mindmapping ('mapeo mental') (http://www.
The main chapters detail the use and features of blogs, wikis, social networks, and podcasting, music, and audio for longer-term projects, and quick use ideas for visual media, instant messaging, chat, Skype, and Twitter; bookmarking, clippings, mindmapping, and polls; educational games and mobile learning; and productivity tools.
Mindmapping is a popular brainstorming tool because it takes you out of a linear thought pattern.
No iPad or tablet version, but it does import mind maps from iThoughts, MindManager, and other mindmapping apps.
The same trainer is also an accredited trainer for Tony Buzan, specialising in MindMapping and Memory Techniques.
Examples are taken from current work like mindmapping an essay plan for the English text An Inspector Calls or storing notes about Pacifism for GCSE Religious Studies 'Issues'.
Linking to MindManager 2002 affords me better visuals and mindmapping opportunities.
The suggested creative techniques are brainstorming (for choosing the product), mindmapping (for listing all the product qualities they would like to include in the ad), answering questions that could trigger their creativity, but the students can also use their own strategies.
Three of these techniques are brainstorming, mindmapping, and rough sketching.
There are webapps for keeping lists, webapps for managing teams, webapps for mindmapping, and many more webapps for email - like Hotmail, but without so much advertising.