Mind mapping is a visual exercise to help students organise and structure complex content. It focuses on developing a hierarchy of information to work out key components, their subsets and relationships to each other. Focus on one central word or idea and use branches to depict the importance of ideas.
1. Create a Central Idea. The central idea is the starting point of your Mind Map and represents the topic you are going to explore.
2. Add branches to your map. The next step to get your creative juices flowing is to add branches.
3. Connect related nodes
4. Touch-up the design
4.1. Identify keywords.
4.2. Colour code your branches.
4.3. Include images.
Posted by: Carol Sandusky