Mind Mapping

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Mind Mapping by Mind Map: Mind Mapping

1. Tony Buzan 1995

1.1. Use Your Head

1.1.1. How Brain Works

1.1.2. Advantages over the linear form of note taking

1.1.3. Mind Mapping Laws

2. Joseph D. Novak & D. Bob Gowin 1984

2.1. Learning How to Learn

2.1.1. What is a concept map?

3. R. Baggetun & S. Dragsnes 2003

3.1. Designing Pedagogical Agents for CSCL

3.1.1. Focus on how the agent interacts with users

3.1.2. Mindmap program

4. 何嘉華 2006

4.1. 畫出思考:「思維導圖」 的學習與運用

4.1.1. 三大類用途

4.1.1.1. 1. 自由隨意聯想

4.1.1.2. 2. 展示對已有知識的理解

4.1.1.3. 3. 重新整理課文

5. Perry Zeus & Suzanne Skiffington 2002

5.1. The Coaching at Work Toolkit

5.1.1. Advantages

5.1.2. Uses within coaching

5.1.2.1. Mind-mapping for life/work balance

5.1.2.2. Mind-mapping for presentation skills

6. Gill Hope 2008

6.1. Thinking and Learning Through Drawing

6.1.1. Drawing to know

6.1.2. Relational mapping

6.1.3. Cognitive capabilities

6.1.4. Problem solving

7. David Hyerle 2009

7.1. Visual Tools for Transforming Information into Knowledge

7.1.1. How students think: Linear vs. nonlinear

7.1.2. Visual tools

7.1.3. Students' prior knowledge

7.1.4. Viewing book reviews

7.1.5. Mind mapping basics

8. Nancy Margulies with Nusa Maal 2002

8.1. Mapping Inner Space

8.1.1. Notetaking: Linear vs. mapping

8.1.2. Mapping shared image

8.1.3. Group applications

8.1.4. Finding & Creating Symbols

8.1.5. Definition

8.1.6. Advantages

9. Hongtao Sun, Lu Wang & Hongwei Dai 2006

9.1. Resource Based Solution to Teachers' Knowledge Management

9.1.1. Visualizing relations

10. Wenli Chen & Chee Kit Looi 2006

10.1. Incorporating Online Discussion in Classroom Learning: A New Strategy

10.1.1. Ease of archiving

11. Mariaan Buckle, De Wet Strauss & Mariaan Buckle 2006

11.1. X-Kit Physiology

11.1.1. Mind mapping basics

11.1.2. How professionals use mind maps

12. Janet MacDonald 2008

12.1. Blended Learning and Online Tutoring

12.1.1. Electronic mind map

13. John W. Budd 2004

13.1. Mind Maps as Classroom Exercises

13.1.1. Classroom activities

14. Bill Gates 2005

14.1. The New Road Ahead

14.1.1. Mind-mapping software

15. Pam Stephens & Cindy Hermus 2007

15.1. Making Art Connections with Graphic Organizers

15.1.1. Visual learners

15.1.2. Mind mapping basics

16. Michael F.Ruffini

16.1. Designing an eMap to Teach Multimedia Applications Online 2004

16.1.1. eMap operations

16.1.2. Meaningful learning

16.1.3. Mind map programs

16.2. Using E-Maps to Organize and Navigate Online Content 2008

16.2.1. e-Map

17. Cristine Goldberg 2004

17.1. Brain Friendly Techniques: Mind Mapping

17.1.1. Brain works visually

17.1.2. Classroom activities