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Interactive Learning Systems. Mind Mapping. Radiant Thinking for Visual Learning. By Sherrin Bennett. Light up your brain. Your brain will do more for you if you understand how it works The structure of your brain is the giant branching of nodes in a network

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Mind mapping

Interactive

Learning

Systems

MindMapping

Radiant Thinking for Visual Learning

By Sherrin Bennett

Interactive Learning Systems


Light up your brain
Light up your brain

  • Your brain will do more for you if you understand how it works

  • The structure of your brain is the giant branching of nodes in a network

  • Chemical and electrical impulses light up your mind as the energy flows through the network

Interactive Learning Systems


Radiant thinking follows patterns in nature
Radiant thinking follows patterns in nature

  • Connect ideas in your mind map to a central idea like the dendrites do the neurons in your brain

Interactive Learning Systems


Linking your thinking

The map tells it how you want it to link new ideas to key questions and to what you already know

Think of it as a tree with a trunk, branches, and twigs

Grow each other’s ideas

Linking your thinking

Mind maps are structured to match your brain

Core

question

goes here

????

Use color to cluster related concepts

Interactive Learning Systems


Growing our knowing
Growing our knowing key questions and to what you already know

  • Knowledge is often used and shared among people who work at common tasks

  • As we link what we know with one another, take action and reflect on our experience, new knowledge is generated

  • Innovation happens at the intersections of our knowing– where diverse disciplines or perspectives co-create new understanding

  • Mind maps are a tool for growing and improving working knowledge

Interactive Learning Systems


Cartography cognition mapping is relational thinking
Cartography & Cognition key questions and to what you already knowMapping is relational thinking

Share your working maps

Visualize

the unknown

Log your

explorations

Recognize new patterns

Challenge your own assumptions

Establish

a few landmarks

Make new connections

Interactive Learning Systems


Infomural keynotes for a symposium on elearning
Infomural key questions and to what you already know• keynotes for a symposium on eLearning

Interactive Learning Systems


Infomural complex adaptive systems aspen institute
Infomural key questions and to what you already know• Complex Adaptive Systems Aspen Institute

Interactive Learning Systems


Visual tools for collaborative work produce shared understanding and commitment
Visual Tools key questions and to what you already know for Collaborative Work produce shared understanding and commitment

Groups drafting

national policy and preparing

a joint publication

Interactive Learning Systems


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