The Laws of Mind Mapping

Posted by Haja on June 26, 2010 in Mindmap |

Tweet     I heard about Mind Maps in 1999 when I was listening to a cassette on Speed reading. Mind Mapping was given as a tool to memorize. A very basic introduction on Mind Mapping was provided which was not very helpful to me at that point in time. After trying for a couple […]

Mindmapping vs. Note taking

Posted by Haja on March 6, 2010 in Brain Power!, Mindmap |

Tweet 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 […]


Creative Mindmaps… a mindmap from Mad Mind Mapper blog

Posted by Haja on September 24, 2009 in Mindmap |

Tweet http://madmindmapper.blogspot.com/2009/09/teaching-kids-to-study-for-exams-using.html#comment-form   I saw this rather creative Mindmap while looking around the Net.  The purists may argue against this following the rules of mindmapping – but to me Mindmapping is about letting your creative energies go all the way- and do it in a way that your brain finds it creative and helps you […]

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