Hearing, observing, and touching are all ways in which we can acquire knowledge.
When people learn by watching what others do, they use their own reasoning, intuition, and observation to acquire new knowledge and this is called cognitive learning.
Traditional memorization and learning are rapidly giving way to critical thinking as a learning strategy. Teachers desire that students think about and assess each assertion in order to eliminate their biases and discover the core truth.
The Mind Map is a one-person, paper-based ‘brainstorm’ that has the ability to free untrue imaginations and makes accelerated learning possible.
Developed by Tony Buzan in 1970, mind mapping is a revolutionary system for capturing ideas and insights horizontally on a sheet of paper. It extends out in all directions pictorially, catching thoughts for an issue/topic from every perspective super easily and come up with a solution.
This video illustrates the positive outcomes of the technique of mind mapping approach and highlights its specific applications in a variety of contexts based on work in modern education.
You learn how important it is to visualize information rather than just writing it out as text. You discover Mind Mapping rules and gain an insight into the many areas in which it is used. Lastly, I explain why Mind Mapping works so well and can be a game-changer.
How do you feel about this topic?
I’d want to hear about your experiences with taking notes or experimenting with alternative note-taking techniques.
What methods and techniques have you discovered for dealing with difficult situations at work? How do you maintain your mental acuity?
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