Posts by Haja:
Traditional ways of taking notes which are linear is considered to be the standard way of taking notes. The traditional way of note taking has three key elements to it –
- 1. Linear Pattern – the notes are usually written in straight lines. Grammar, Chronology & sequences are typically used.
- 2. Symbols- more often than not, words, letters and numbers are used.
- 3. Analysis – Various analysis was used but its quality is ffected by the linear patterns.
- However, to be effective and using the Whole Brain – the left as well as the right cortex, it should also include the following –
- – Visual Rhythm
- – Visual Pattern
- – Colour
- – Image
- – Visualization
- – Dimension
- – Spatial Awareness
- – Association
- All these are important from a perspective of “Complete Learning” – which is where Mind mapping comes in.
- Use Mindmap’s as a way of using your Whole Brain- which in turn is a way of you living to your full potential.
- I will write more on these areas in the coming days.
- Adieu for now.
Tweet iMindmap is the “official” Mindmapping software in the market. Having used the earlier version of iMindmap, I was not sure if I wanted to try it again & after much thought (and the fact that the price was attractive), I decided to go for it. The new iMindmap is stunning! (I wonder why the […]
Tweet In general, one of the key areas that one looks at more efficient tools is in the area of Note-taking. During a cursory look for some tools for my OneNote (this is a MS tool that is your notebook on the computer-but more of that later), I came across this tool called the Cornell […]