- Professional Development
What is a Mind Map®?
A Mind Map® is a powerful brain tool that provides a universal key to unlock the potential of the brain. It harnesses the full range of cortical skills – words, images, numbers, logic, rhythm, color, and spatial awareness – in a single and uniquely powerful manner that gives you the freedom to roam the infinite expanses of your brain.
Similar to a road map, a Mind Map® will:
- Give you an overview of a large subject/area
- Gather and hold for large amounts of data
- Encourage problem-solving by letting you see new creative pathways
- Enable you to be extremely efficient
- Provide you enjoyment to look at, read, muse over and remember
- Attract and hold the reader’s attention
Course: Buzan Foundation Mind Mapping®
Mind Maps®, as distinct from concept maps, harness the full range of cortical skills – word, image, color, number, logic, rhythm and spatial awareness in a single and uniquely powerful technique.
The power of a Mind Map® is unleashed when it is constructed according to the rules designed by Tony Buzan. Done right, it gives you the freedom to roam the infinite expanse of your brain.
- To know how our brain works and be convinced to use it right
- To think associatively
- To learn the basic skills of Mind Map®
- To note-take and note-make using Mind Maps®
Course: Score In Science With Buzan BrainSmart Techniques
A good learner is one who is able to gather information, see relations, apply past knowledge, analyze, synthesize, and interconnect diverse issues.
Score In Science enables students to organize fragmented facts and information and leads them to meaningful learning.
- To appreciate the benefits of whole-brain learning
- To think associatively
- To draw a proper Mind Map® according to its laws
- Using Mind Maps®, to organize learning and thoughts effectively
- To evaluate and recall Science facts and information efficiently
- Able to answer questions with the aid of Mind Maps
Course: Buzan Power Memory
“Whenever you are practicing or applying memory techniques, you are at the same time practicing and enhancing your power of creativity.” — Tony Buzan
These days, students are not required to regurgitate chunks of information in examinations. However, this does not mean that they need not improve their working memory, so necessary in their school work and daily lives. This workshop uses brain-friendly research methods to achieve the purpose.
- To know how our brain takes in and recalls information
- To understand memory rhythms and ways to increase the amount learned and retained
- To improve one’s power of observation
- To code and decode information in an effortless and brain-friendly way using several memory techniques