Critical thinking is an important aspect of learning. Understanding something is more than repeating facts, it’s being able to apply what you know in different forms. The practice of getting students to do this requires a shift from learning by receiving information to […]
If you’re looking for inspiration in the classroom, check out these beautiful educational mind maps. You can maximise the maps to view them more easily, play the presentations embedded within them, and even clone them to your personal MindMeister account if you […]
This article was updated on October 8, 2021. Most teachers are already familiar with mind mapping and similar brainstorming techniques and know about their use in facilitating creativity and the free flow of ideas. However, in contrast to regular paper mind maps, […]
Who doesn’t know the feeling: You need to come up with a great idea, solve a finicky problem or create an inspired design, but your creativity seems to have gone on vacation — without you. Everyone faces this problem at some point, […]
Mind maps are an invaluable tool when it comes to project planning. They foster a free flow of ideas, which is ideal for creative brainstormings; they structure information visually and thus provide a great overview of all project-related data; If you’re using MindMeister, […]
In this article we’re going to show you how mind mapping science can help you learn a second language and memorize all its rules and vocabulary effectively. First, let’s take a look at what mind mapping is, and why this format works […]
Originally known as “Eating your own dog food”, “Drinking your own champagne” is a slang term first used in 2007 by Pegasystems’ CIO, Jo Hoppe, which describes the practice of a company using its own products, either to test drive it before […]
Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) face many challenges in life. Their symptoms include difficulties in communication, social impairment as well as repetitive and stereotyped behaviours. Even those with what is called high-functioning autism and Asperger Syndrome have many special needs that […]
Winning a case is about information, and there’s no better way to collect, organize and present information than a mind map. If you’re looking for a more effective way to prepare for depositions and get an overview of the most important aspects of […]
Over the years we’ve talked to quite a large number of people about mind mapping, and based on what they told us, we’ve put together a list of the top 7 reasons not to mind map. If you’re thinking about giving mind […]
This blog post has been created by Jennifer Carey. Jennifer is a student and teacher, as well as a self-confessed long time lover of technology and of all its possibilities in the classroom. Reposted from: Voices of the Learning Revolution and IndianJen.com Mind […]
Online collaboration has become very popular in both education and business. We now have the ability to easily and freely share all file types using different cloud-based platforms. People working collectively on a project or assignment no longer need to be in the same room or even in the same country for that matter. Read article “Online Collaboration in the Classroom with Mind Maps”
So with all the various project management tools available today, and there are a lot, I thought I’d share with you some examples of how you can achieve efficient project management with mind mapping. The great thing for me about mind mapping software is it can be either used solo or used concurrently with another project management tool. Read article “Mind Mapping: Project Management Tool”
This is a guest post by Professor Toni Krasnic, author of How to Study with Mind Maps. Toni is an author, mind mapper, teacher, and student success coach. In this article, he discusses Seth Godin’s essay collection “Stop Stealing Dreams” and how […]
As the designated sales guy at MindMeister, I was thrilled to have the chance to learn, hands-on, how 12-years-olds would respond to a web-based a mind mapping tool in a classroom environment. I had a very interesting conversation with the Dean of a high […]
The Sourcing Ninja, Ken Hew provides practical and tactical advice on using mind maps in the Recruitment and Sourcing industry.
TEDx events are simply awesome. Based on the simple premise of “Ideas worth spreading,” TEDx events embody all that is great about the global TED events, and break them down to a community focused implementation. At the numerous TEDx events I’ve had […]
So you’ve been mind mapping for a while now. You’ve completely organized your personal life. You have maps for every trip you take, every project you undergo, and each brainstorming session. Probably much much more! Now what? Let’s take this picture and […]
New York City public school teacher Anthony Valentin uses MindMeister in the classroom to engage and inspire students. Here’s how.
Ulistic is an internet marketing firm based in Calgary, Canada. Founded in 2007, the Ulistic team takes a unique approach to servicing small to medium sized businesses throughout North America. They aim to deliver a rock solid online marketing strategy to clients, […]
Berlin based, Robert Böhme is a programmer with high aims. When he’s not working on projects for the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research, he and his fifty-five person team from around the world, aka the Part Time Scientists, make up […]
Using MindMeister and OnePoint Project as a complete innovation management process.
Los Angeles, California-based entrepreneur Espree Devora, known as “The Girl Who Gets It Done,” launched her latest venture, MinneApp, an internet marketing agency, already at full capacity with a waiting list of clients to perform her online marketing skills. She began as […]
This is the first in our new series of sharing remarkable MindMeister stories and features Helen Crozier, Productivity Consultant based in Sydney, Australia. Got an interesting MindMeister usage story we should know about? Let us know! Helen Crozier is an independent Productivity and […]
One of the great things about MindMeister is that its usage possibilities are endless. Let’s take a look at three examples where recruiters and HR professionals can benefit from MindMeister.
Since it’s creation in 1984, the TED events have been all about “Ideas Worth Spreading”. Realizing that they couldn’t be everywhere all the time, the TED group established the TEDx program, which allows private individuals to organize, design, and host events that are meant to provide attendees with a TED-like experience. Read article “MindMeister Goes Live at TEDxAmsterdam”