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This is a Power Point Presentation I prepared Soon After attending the First Mind mapping workshop conducted by Dharmendar Rai, Mumbai ( June 2010 ) .Till then I did not know How to do a PPt. Presentation .Attending the workshop helped me because there was synergy .I used a mid map to prepare the PPt. presentation .As I have stopped using it since then due to my interest in Accelerated L-Earning I have been looking for Opportunities to Share it .Raju Mandhyan sharing his slides has prompted me to share it on FB .It is Unique in that there are ONLY pictures with the minimum of Captions
PROBLEMS – LINEAR NOTES
1.Obscure Key Words
5.Reading unnecessary notes
6.Re reading unnecessary notes
7.Searching for Key Words
A Familiar Experience.
Reading and note-taking.
RESEARCH – DR. HOWE
1.Complete transcript notes given
2.Complete transcript notes personally made
3.Sentence summary notes given
4.Sentence summary notes personally made
5.Key words notes given
6.Key word notes personally made
W W Matlin
• Group 1, read word + definition, wrote them
down + own image
• Group 2, read word + definition, wrote them
down + traced image
• Group 3, read word + definition, wrote them
• Best, worst ?
• "The words or the language, as they are written or
spoken, do not seem to play any role in my
mechanism of thought. The psychical entities which
seem to serve as elements in thought are certain
signs and more or less clear images which can be
'voluntarily' reproduced and combined. .... This
combinatory play seems to be the essential feature in
productive thought before there is any connection
with logical construction in words or other kinds of
signs which can be communicated to others". Einstein
• Carl Jung, whose propensity for the world of dreams and
other realms of visual thought led to major contributions in
analytical psychology, had this to say about his mathematical
• I felt a downright fear of mathematics class. The teacher pretended that
algebra was a perfectly natural affair, to be taken for granted, whereas I
didn’t even know what numbers really were. They were not flowers, not
animals, not fossils; they were nothing that could be imagined, mere
quantities that result from counting. To my confusion, these quantities
were now represented by letters, which signified sounds…Why should
numbers be expressed by sounds?…a, b, c, x, y, z, were not concrete and
did not explain to me anything about the essence of numbers
• Mathematics classes became sheer terror and torture to me.”
Carl Gustav Jung.