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Why are Mind Maps So Easy to Remember?
Tebboub Abdelamelk, Professor, Algeria, Member
Why are Mind Maps So Easy to Remember?
Mindmaps and semantic networking tools are producing visual concept maps. Concept mapping is a study strategy that requires learners to draw visual maps of concepts connected to each other via lines (links). These maps are spatial representations of ideas and their interrelationships that are stored in memory, i.e. structural knowledge (Jonassen, Beissner, & Yacci, 1993).
 

 
View and Resolve All at Once
Fabio Buiza, Management Consultant, El Salvador, Member
All in the same plane, it requires a single look, one glance to have all of the action. This is the advantage of mental maps: see everything at the same time, think about everything and solve everything.
By sharing the map you can involve other ideas, new solutions. The map grows and everybody wins.
 

     

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