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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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We incorporated a wide variety of teaching and learning strategies that addressed specific science content Venn diagrams (compare and contrast information from different cultures about the solar system), mindmaps (generating initial understandings about the solar system), jigsaw activities (interfacing with texts and sharing information), role play (re-enacting the invention of the telescope), popular media (looking at horoscopes in relation to science knowledge) and critical literacy (considering and contesting different cultural perspectives of the origins of the solar system).
Assignment 2 Idea Generation - The group is tasked with the generation of three product ideas by completing three mindmaps and the creation of a one page write up for each product idea.
In addition to BPMN modeling, ModelFoundry also provides free modeling templates to create mindmaps (also known as concept maps), flowcharts and organization charts.
Diagrams and mindmaps were also created to focus on different emergent themes and connections between other aspects of the project.
Capture those golden nuggets of wisdom by using whatever means you have available: webcams, audio recordings, mindmaps, flow diagrams, stories and case histories or plain old handwritten notes.
These include mindmaps, databases, spreadsheets, intelligent search engines, and visualization tools.
Creately--Creates mindmaps, wireframes and website outlines with "razzle dazzle.
Mindmaps, a reflection of internal thinking, help fracture the semantic restrictions for children, especially those with dyslexia, to break free.
Matrices were utilized to organize data and to improve cross-case comparisons; field notes, margin notes, summaries, vignettes, diagrams, and mindmaps were all used in the analysis (Miles & Huberman, 1994).
This process can take many forms, ranging from taxonomies and mindmaps to data-mining; however, the goal is to establish problem statements for innovation.
For example, one instructor said, "individual journals on topics and mindmaps were valuable tools to visually understand concepts.
The introductory 'How to Learn' video aims to make study time as productive as possible recommending ideas such as mindmaps and the power of using creativity as a tool to aid memory.