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ID number:861114
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Published: 17.10.2018.
Language: English
Level: College/University
Literature: 2 units
References: Used
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The third solution is mind mapping. Ming mapping is an effective graphical thinking tool for the expression of emissive thinking. It is simple yet extremely effective and is a revolutionary thinking tool. It is a good way to present a large amount of interrelated information in a fairly compact form. It starts with a word in the center, and connected ideas radiating out via branches. As Creative Thinking puts it “Mind mapping uses some words connected with arrows or lines.” (Creative thinking, 2016, P.2) The author’s point is that mind mapping is to use some arrows, lines and words to connect. After most people complete a mind map, they tend to be surprised at how much they can harvest so diverse and rich ideas.
Engaging your right brain is a good way to help you think creatively. Because the right brain controls these abilities, brainstorming is the often-maligned practice of getting a group of people together and generating ideas. And mind mapping is some of the many condensed ideas of your mind connected together by some lines. So now young people should stop whatever information they need to use information technology and social software to get.

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