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Tuesday, 17 December 2013 18:29

Your Brainstorming Pocket Guide

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For all of you who aren't familiar with brainstorming, let's say it's that time when your mind is allowed to wander in close or far away circles, around a certain topic, picking up words, ideas, details, feelings, even sentences that are topic-related. You can do this individually or in a group. No limiting, no censoring information, no wrong answers. Once you have jotted them down, you can start putting the pieces in the right order, therefore, creating a solid framework. Hilarious as it might seem, I used a little brainstorming to write this post about brainstorming.
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The article dwells upon the creative ways in which you can use mind mapping to develop children's verbal, logical, visual, and intrapersonal intelligences. Children can become smarter and wiser, from different perspectives, if we seek to help them nurture and refine their intelligences. Parents and teachers altogether can use mind maps to engage their kids in  fun, exciting activities that will have multiple benefits for their personal development.
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Would you like to know why mind mapping software stands out as a highly effective method for distance learning?
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There have been so many opinions shared related to creativity and its role for the educator and for the one being educated.  No matter the field, creativity has become a common topic, for educators, businessmen, consultants, managers and other professionals alike.
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Learning to learn remains a powerful and necessary skill in every field of activity.  In addition to this skill, imagine that your learning can be accelerated, your mind challenged and your efficiency improved.