Your brain is bigger than you think! PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 12 August 2011 15:21

Teaching is one of the most difficult tasks in the world. Many teachers find that their teaching style doesn’t match the learning style of some of their students.  The good news is that using a mind map to prepare and present lessons can have a powerful effect on your students. While the lesson presentation follows your natural teaching style, students can create a mind map that matches their learning style. Instead of trying to fit a mould, they can take notes that feel natural, are easily remembered and suited to their individual style.

Join “Your Brain is Bigger Than You Think!” A Mind Mapping Experience brought to you by SIKAT Learning – the pioneer  in entrance exam reviews on August 20, Saturday 8am-12nn at Diamond St. Johnston Subdivision, San Jose, with Edwin To of Budgetwise.

Mind mapping is a highly effective way of getting information in and out of your brain. It is a creative and logical means of note-making that literally "maps out" your ideas.  This technique converts a long list of monotonous information into a colorful, memorable and highly organized diagram that works in line with your brain's natural way of doing things.  How can you mind map? Below is a step by step process on how you can create a mindmap. The example used is preparing an event (i.e. school prom), but you could mindmap anything else.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 16 August 2011 09:00