Mind map for Beginners. How to make learning fun and fast.
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- Draw your first mind map
Choose if mind mapping works for you.
Calculate how much time mindmapping will save you.
- Discover why Colleges and Universities recommend mind mapping for students
- Need blank A4 paper and a pen.
- A hot drink :)
Learn how to mind map. This course will take you as a complete beginner with carefully crafted time lapse videos that condense the normal 6 hours to learn this valuable life long skill into 90 min. Discover how mindmapping can transform your study strategy, saving stress and time. Saving over 2 weeks revision a year. Its especially valuable for working students. You will learn why people map and how to mind map using lots of walk through and time-lapse videos.
Learn Mind Map Basics Quickly and Thoroughly Using Five Principles.
- Discover why people mind map.
- Find your mind mapping style
- Learn five main principles of mind mapping.
- Know which words to put on your branches.
- Draw your own mind map
Ideal foundation course for High school pupils, University students and working students.
You’ll learn how to create a mind map in a step by step fun visual way, as you watch me draw mind maps, so you can see how its done, and the variety of techniques. Its a simple immersive way to learn how to create mind map notes is with a paper and pen.
Mindmap drawing is a simple and powerful learning tool. You can create a mind map straightforwardly with this course. I will show you how the only mindmap tool you need to get started is a paper and pen. You will learn how to mindmap in five easy steps. Using this simple technique you can learn how to create a mind map in an evening.
I’ve designed this course with lots of time-lapse video of maps being drawn to make it fast and visually engaging. A lot has been fitted into this fast paced course. All the main mind mapping techniques are covered. It would probably take a 5 hour course in real life to do the same without the time-lapse videos.
Mind map technique is simple, but takes a little practice, especially selecting keywords. There are some exercises and demonstrations to show how mind mapping works in real life. Knowing what words to put on the branches is an important mind map technique that is often overlooked and needs a little practice. Its normally what trips people up with actually using mind mapping in real life. There are two videos dedicated to this typical hurdle.
The course is full of creative mind map ideas which you can do without being an artist. Its like painting by numbers or colouring in once you know the techniques. See how you don’t need to be artistic to draw a mind map.
You will learn how to draw a mind map by doing the step by step walkthrough and draw a mind map in real time.
Mind mapping is great for revision. I will show you how a basic revision mind map can save you over 60 hours revision a year for high school, university or professional development. Revision maps need a strong grasp of finding the key words to put on the branches. This is a core focus of this course. Keywords are crucial for exam revision and successful mind map revision.
This course is the foundation for how to use mind mapping for studying. Learning mind mapping as a student is the ideal way to learn the skill. Once you have it you can use it for planning a project, business mind map and mind map brainstorming.
If your a student I’m sure you will complete this course inspired and equipped with mind map ideas that will save you time and help you learn faster.
- This course is for students: High school/ College/ University or Professional Development
- People completely new to mind mapping
- Beginners at mind mapping
- Students who are feeling overwhelmed with information overload.
- Students looking for more efficient ways to study
- Not for people who take notes infrequently
- Not for people who want to learn to mind map on a computer
I’ll go over the broad topics we’ll cover in the course, as well as review the supplemental material and assignments. I’ll also touch on why the course will help students, and what they’ll get out of it once they’ve completed it.
A rapid fire overview of the top five steps towards a well structured and powerful mind map.
I share a little about myself, living in Scotland, 25 years of mind mapping experience in teaching, business, public speaking, community engagement, youth work, permaculture design and coaching. How I discovered my dyslexia and was motivated to condense these 25yrs of experience into this timelapse video course.
Discover how unpacking keywords from new information will help conquer information overload. How to unpackage a sentence to its key points and how to decide which is of primary importance. We will be using the analogy of taking a delivery of parcels for a construction/planting project
I take a paragraph of notes that have been stripped down to Keywords and show you the decision making process involved in putting them on mind map branches. This exercise really helps you get confident in knowing where to place your words on a mind map. This is one of the main stumbling blocks for beginners.
Specific advice for High school students, Universtiy Students and working students:
- High School: Concentrate on keywords
- University: Start mapping recommended reading
- Working students: Map your first three lectures really well + have a mind map study system.