• Maps allow students to represent thinking that involves multiple, simultaneous associations, rather than just linear steps. Maps help us organise, consolidate ad digest knowledge. They can enable kids to recall multiple steps in a process for solving complex math or science problems.
  • “If you want to remember a page of notes, words will help to some extent of course, but more important for fixing them in your memory, will be images, pictures, symbols, codes, colours, associations and connections.” Tony Buzan
  • P60

  • Online Mind Mapping tool

http://members.optusnet.com.au/~charles57/Creative/Mindmap/ Tony Buzan site
http://www.jcu.edu.au/tldinfo/learningskills/mindmap/howto.html - This is a great site on basic "how to" tips for mind mapping
http://www.slatebox.com/Member/Canvas - online mind mapping tool - still in BETA format - create your account and try it out
http://tinyurl.com/lv363b - 100 reasons to mind map