what are mind maps?
They are one of the most effective tools currently known to take notes, summarize, outline, memorize, present projects, develop
creative potential, and even make decisions.These are the forms of graphic representation of thought theorized for the first time by
American cognitivist, Tony Buzan. They have nothing to do with the conceptual maps generally used in educational institutions. Mind
Maps have a Hierarchical – Associative structure.
Each element is inserted into the map according to a hierarchical framework. Each element is connected to the previous element.
The central node of the mind map is the starting point from which all the main elements (rays) begin.
Mind maps are the most effective tool to develop thinking, stimulate creativity and take notes in a personal manner.
Mind maps can be created and used by anyone. In fact, they can be used to represent every aspect of life.
They are used to present a thinking structure, even a complex one (a book, a film, a project, a problem, etc.), in a synthetic and synoptic
manner. They are useful for organizing and communicating ideas, organizing information, developing plans, supporting and
facilitating creative thinking, studying, taking notes, solving a problem, and even for making decisions.
They help in understanding a text and synthesizing it by making one question oneself and extrapolating keywords, developing
partnerships between different ideas and relationships between similar ideas, using visual memory with the use of colors, symbols,
icons, visuals, arrows, highlighters, to begin with a central idea in order to develop it in many different directions. In the MEMORY
MASTERY course, you will learn everything you need to use mind maps in your studies and everyday life.