Are you interested in improving organization skills, enhancing creativity and improving memory? Those are a few of the benefits that you'll gain by taking the Ultimate Mind Map Course for Education.
There are currently 30 videos with over 2.5 hrs of video content. The videos are structured to be practical, quick and to the point...no fluff. I've purposefully, kept videos under 10 minutes to discuss applications and strategies. I've also included a list of free and paid Mind Map software options.
This course can be enjoyed by students, parents, teachers and life long learners.
It's currently structured with three sections Introduction to Mind Mapping, School Applications and Personal Development.
Video titles include:
The Simplicity of Mind Maps
Mind Map Benefits
5 Mind Mapping categories for education
The power of questions
How to create templates
How to create "Master Mind Maps"
Mind Mapping is a journey. This is your Mind Map journey! Pick the video applications that work for you. Suggest future applications for the community. I will add more video examples for applications that the community wants to see.
This video outlines the first section of the course which is the introduction to Mind Mapping.
This video will give you some thoughts on how you can apply Mind Maps in your future. Mind Maps have been an invaluable tool in being an entrepreneur, author, speaker and I share some thoughts on how I applied Mind Maps throughout my journey.
Here's some related links of my work and experiences.
Mind maps are very simple to use. It's for that reason that I believe any age can learn how to use them. The question becomes how do you want to apply them at the different age ranges.
I've often said, "if you have content, you can Mind Map it!"
A brief description on Mind Map benefits. The habit of Mind Mapping outside of using the software everyday has helped me better organize my thoughts and ask better questions in all areas of my life. Asking better questions has been invaluable!
This will give you an idea of how Mind Maps can be used in scholastic applications. Of course, there are many other ways to apply Mind Maps.
This is one of the greatest benefits of Mind Mapping that most people don't think about. By continually organizing your thoughts through the Mind Map structure your ability to ask better questions will evolve.
It's for that reason I repeat "Think. Apply. Practice. Share."
I'd like to hear about the cool things you solve or create!
Mindjet is a leader in Mind Map Software. I've personally used it throughout my Mind Map journey and it's the most popular software used by Fortune 500 companies.
I have the ability to sell the software for educational purposes at a discount. if you purchase the software I can share a number of Mind Maps and templates with you.
There are some many different ways to create Mind Maps. The key is to think about how you want to organize you maps, what are good questions and apply it. Through repetition and sharing your knowledge and skills with others, you'll be amazed what you can accomplish.
Here's a brief list of websites that offer Mind Map software. This is not an exhaustive list, but will give you an idea of both free and paid software versions available.
This course uses Mindjet software which I've used for more than 10 years. I haven't used the other software options enough to offer a review.
Full disclosure: I can resell Mindjet software site licenses in the Education marketplace.
You are not alone! This video will discuss how to use Mind Maps in creating a resource strategy. When you become more resourceful, you'll be less stressed and more confident.
I'm often asked how you create Mind Maps that have a lot of content. One strategy is creating "Master Mind Maps".
I use Mind maps to stay organized and focused for all my projects and tasks. I'd probably be lost without this Mind Map. I use it every day!
I wish I could have used this Mind Map when I was in school. It really helps in identifying strengths and weaknessses.
Writing outlines with Mind Maps has greatly reduced procrastination that I had in the past. In my opinion, the hardest part in writing is getting started and this Mind Map has solved that issue for me. I use oultines for all my writing including designing this course.
A great way to organize your notes. We'll be doing more examples.
This is a great way to stay organized as a group as well as brainstorming ideas!
Book summaries are a great way to refer to book highlights and be a great memory trigger. In this example, I used one of my favorite books, "The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People" by Stephen Covey.
I use Mind Maps all the time for research. It's a great way to organize information, save links and attachments.
Here's a few fun examples to get you started in creating your first Mind Maps.
Mind Maps are a great tool for generating ideas through groups or as an individual.
Have fun creating your goals on Mind Maps. You may see things in a different way!
It's too bad there is not course in school on networking. Understanding and applying networking strategies can play a large role in your future. After this video, I hope you'll think differently about relationships and personal connections.
Use Mind Maps to create to create a plan and look at your future holistically.
Be well prepared and gain an advantage on competitors.
This Mind Map video will have you thinking differently and hopefully optimize and internships that you have in the future.
You've accomplished more than you know. This Mind Map video is about creating a unique resume for you not an employer.
Mind Maps are a great tool for creating your own personal libraries. This an introduction into personal libraries. There is no limit to the number or personal libraries that you can create.
Unfortunately, we can't be motivated all the time. This video shows how to use Mind Maps to create a strategy that can pick you up during times when you need a boost.
Learn how Mind Maps be used to create confidence strategies.
Throughout the course I've shown you a number or ways to use Mind Maps.
In this lecture I want to share how to create a Gratitude Map. It's a great way to show people how you feel about them. In this example I focus on how to create a Mother's Day Gratitude Map. If you create one, I'd like to hear how it goes.
In the past 10 years, Mitton has created over 500 Mind Maps as an Entrepreneur, Author, Speaker, Reporter, Web designer and Coach. He Founded the Canadian Expat Network, co-authored the book "The Goal That United Canada", has been interviewed by over 30 media outlets and has interviewed notable athletes, entertainers, politicians and business leaders. He's spoken at a Community College Conference, schools, libraries and the Hockey Hall of Fame. In 2010, he organized the first Terry Fox Run for Cancer Research in North Carolina.
Every step of the way, he's created Mind Maps to keep organized, be more creative, strategic and reduce stress. Throughout this process, he found that by asking better questions through Mind Mapping you can achieve better results!
His only regret is that he wasn't able to use mind maps as a student. That regret has driven him to create an extensive course for students, helping them to become more organized, creative and share course material they wouldn't find in traditional curriculum.