Are you surprised that mind mapping is like taking a break?
Most definitions and explanations we are providing when talking about mind mapping focus mainly on brainstorming, organizing, managing, creating, and structuring ideas, concepts, information and projects. Other times, these explanations focus on gaining a new perspective on things or adopting a new way of thinking. All these explanations are a truthful reflection of what mind mapping is. However, there may be more to it than organizing and managing. Our mind is continuously engaging in the daily grind or should engage in one, if it hasn’t already done so. Should this always be the case though? Should we never take a break from our “daily grind”?
The invasion of technology has become unstoppable and to some extent quite overwhelming, some would argue. Especially professors and instructors feel threatened at times that they could be replaced in the classroom or work field by much more interesting programs or applications that offer online instruction. Instead of focusing too much on the dominance of technology in education and not only, you could start focusing on the learning experience that you may benefit from if you start using an innovative technological tool as a helper. One such tool that can be a true helper for your teaching or working activity is a mind mapping application. Here are 7 main reasons which make a mind mapping application a helper, not a replacer: 1. It encourages you to be creative but doesn’t…
We just made a list of awesome mind maps that we have loved in 2011 and are worth sharing. Funny coincidence, we’ve found 11 cool maps to highlight and here they are in a random order 🙂 1. E-learning Tools for Schools and Education 2. AS Toolbox 3. 11 inventions that changed the world 4. Starcraft II 5. Play and Learn 6. There’s more to the web than Facebook 7. Activity Type Web 2.0 Tools 8. Front-End Development 9. Web 2.0 Cool Tools for Teachers 10. Social Networking in Higher Ed 11. About Journalism Creators keep improving them continuously, so we must say it’s impressive work! What do you think?
The end of the world… just passed us again. It’s already been 11:11 in a few countries, so we’re safe.
Now, to commemorate this great day we’ve prepared a cool map with 11 inventions that changed the world.
It’s been a while since we last shared cool mind maps with you, so we started our research again and found a great resource for teachers.
This Language Arts Map will help you find resources for grammar, speaking, writing, visual or even spelling.
We could write a whole blog about this, but we’re going to leave you to discover and bookmark 🙂