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Premiers jours d'école...et déjà formé au mind mapping

Premiers jours d'école...et déjà formé au mind mapping | Mind Mapping | Scoop.it
Cette année encore, Optimind a été mandaté pour former des élèves de 1er secondaire à l'Athénée Communal M. Destenay dès le premier jour d'école.Comme les élèves ne se connaissaient pas, j'ai choisi de les mettre en action sur une carte gabarit pour se présenter. Les élèves

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Pierre Mongin 's curator insight, September 12, 12:06 PM
Répond à la question de beaucoup d'élèves, ah si j'avais connu le Mind mapping plus tôt :-)
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merci du transfert :-)
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BBC Documentary The Brain with David Eagleman Ep 1: What is Reality (BBC Four)

This episode begins with the astonishing fact that this technicolour multi-sensory experience we are having is a convincing illusion conjured up for us b
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Extreme Learners

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The idea of extreme learners fits so nicely with my ideas of user-generated education. So what follows is an aggregate of ideas, videos, and graphics related to being an extreme learner. Milton Chen has stated, “Extreme learners aren’t so different from everybody else.” I believe that the tenets and characteristics of extreme learners can apply…

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The idea of extreme learners fits so nicely with my ideas of user-generated education. So what follows is an aggregate of ideas, videos, and graphics related to being an extreme learner. Milton Chen has stated, “Extreme learners aren’t so different from everybody else.” I believe that the tenets and characteristics of extreme learners can apply…

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The idea of extreme learners fits so nicely with my ideas of user-generated education. So what follows is an aggregate of ideas, videos, and graphics related to being an extreme learner. Milton Chen has stated, “Extreme learners aren’t so different from everybody else.” I believe that the tenets and characteristics of extreme learners can apply…

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The idea of extreme learners fits so nicely with my ideas of user-generated education. So what follows is an aggregate of ideas, videos, and graphics related to being an extreme learner. Milton Chen has stated, “Extreme learners aren’t so different from everybody else.” I believe that the tenets and characteristics of extreme learners can apply…

Kimberlyn Perez's curator insight, March 15, 8:41 PM

The idea of extreme learners fits so nicely with my ideas of user-generated education. So what follows is an aggregate of ideas, videos, and graphics related to being an extreme learner. Milton Chen has stated, “Extreme learners aren’t so different from everybody else.” I believe that the tenets and characteristics of extreme learners can apply…

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Quand les neurosciences rencontrent l’éducation | Eric Gaspar | TEDxAlsace

This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. Mais que serait le corps sans le cerveau ? C’est la question que se...
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Mind mapping to help the brain learn and recall information

Mind mapping to help the brain learn and recall information | Mind Mapping | Scoop.it

"Your brain is not bombarded with lots of information,” says Mutha, “which makes it easy to access, understand and analyse that information. It gets your brain intuitive, interested and more creative in what you’re doing.”

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EXTRAIT significatif :

Vibhuti Mutha on how to make a mind map in seven easy steps

1 Start in the centre of a blank page placed horizontally. This gives your brain freedom to spread out in all directions and express itself more freely.

2 Use an image or picture for your central idea. An image helps you use your Imagination. A central image is more interesting, keeps you focused, and gives your brain more of a buzz.

3 Use colours throughout. Colour adds life to your mind map, energy to your creative thinking, and is fun.

4 Connect your main branches to the central image and connect your second and third-level branches to the first and second levels. Your Brain works by association. It likes to link two (or three or four) things together. If you connect the branches, you will understand and remember more easily.

5 Make your branches curved rather than straight-lined. Having nothing but straight lines is boring to your brain.

6 Use one key word per line. Single key words give your mind map more power and flexibility.

7 Use images throughout. Each image is also worth a thousand words. 

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Accueil

Accueil | Mind Mapping | Scoop.it
Le portail du numérique dans l'enseignement supérieur pour vous former : MOOCs, ressources pédagogiques; pour enseigner avec le numérique : innovations pédagogiques, publications, mais aussi pour déployer le numérique dans les établissements de l'enseignement supérieur.

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Pourquoi évoluer vers les cartes mentales augmentées ?

Pourquoi évoluer vers les cartes mentales augmentées ? | Mind Mapping | Scoop.it

... L’intégration d’un QRcode directement sur la carte mentale permet de facilement accéder à la vidéo via l’utilisation d’un appareil mobile et d’une connexion internet...

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pbernardon's curator insight, February 5, 1:44 AM

Une bonne idée un QR code dans une carte mentale .....

Willem Kuypers's curator insight, February 15, 4:19 AM

Des idées pour organiser une twitée.

Authentis Formations's curator insight, May 16, 3:56 AM
pour des cartes animées...
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Etudier avec plaisir et facilité

Techniques et conseils pour étudier avec plaisir et facilité. Dessins, pensée visuelle, procédés mnémotechniques. http://www.neuro-zone.net
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Une excellent introduction à la methode de Mind Mapping.....Bravo Clément.

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Sugata Mitra: schools should scrap the 3Rs

Sugata Mitra: schools should scrap the 3Rs | Mind Mapping | Scoop.it

“Reading, writing and arithmetic should be deemphasised and replaced with comprehending, communicating and computing. That’s the world we live in today,” Prof Mitra said at the education technology conference Bett in east London today.


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Ruby Rennie Panter's curator insight, January 22, 3:40 AM

It's worth remembering what we use language for, and it's great to shake up assumptions

Viljenka Savli (http://www2.arnes.si/~sopvsavl/)'s curator insight, January 27, 9:51 AM

Would like to listen to him in live again.

Jesus Sandoval's curator insight, February 6, 5:26 AM

For many reasons I agree with what Sugata Mitra says about replacing certain education topics such as reading, writing and arithmetic with other beneficial ones such as comprehending, communicating and computing. In today’s modernized society skills such as communication and understanding technology off the palm of one’s hand is very beneficial when looking for a well paid job. Once a student enters high school these skills (communicating and computing) should be strengthened. It will only benefit the students down the road. What is the point of teaching students how to write with correct punctuation and proper grammar when they can simply turn on  grammar check when typing on a computer? The point is that machines and devices have been developed to do one’s thinking for them. The best option is to teach students how to work with these devices and machines (computing) and not much writing and reading anymore. The world is developing way too quickly to be focused on perfecting one’s writing and reading skills.

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Video: introducing The Museum of Curiosity, The Museum of Curiosity - BBC Radio 4

Video: introducing The Museum of Curiosity, The Museum of Curiosity - BBC Radio 4 | Mind Mapping | Scoop.it
Host John Lloyd welcomes you to The Museum of Curiosity...
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Always looking at live and knowledge from the side angle......not straight on.....so refreshing.

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Michel LÉVY-PROVENÇAL | Disruption ou révolution ? Quelles différences ?

Bienvenu sur le site de Michel LEVY-PROVENCAL. Entrepreneur, fondateur de TEDxParis, l'agence éditoriale BRIGHTNESS, le do-tank L'ECHAPPEE VOLEE, l'agence objets connectés Joshfire, le site d'info Rue89, dénicheur de talents et provocateur de changements.
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The big changes ahead........

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iMindMap 9 Out Now | iMindMap

iMindMap 9 Out Now | iMindMap | Mind Mapping | Scoop.it
Discover the new features in iMindMap 9, the multi-tasking digital thinking space for capturing, brainstorming, organising, developing, sharing and presenting ideas.
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Go take a look at all the new features available in iMindMap 9.

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Fibonacci Blocks : Fun with Phi & the Golden Ratio

Fibonacci Blocks : Fun with Phi & the Golden Ratio | Mind Mapping | Scoop.it
Contribute today or share with friends.
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What a brilliant idea coming from a 16-year-old boy from Bali.

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L’innovation pédagogique dont vous êtes le héros

L’innovation pédagogique dont vous êtes le héros | Mind Mapping | Scoop.it
Higher Education Excellence. Online, Free and Open Courses
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7 characteristics of a digital mindset

7 characteristics of a digital mindset | Mind Mapping | Scoop.it
An individual with a digital mindset understands the power of technology to democratize scale and speed up every form of interaction and action

 

Growth Mindset

Carol Dweck, in her research, differentiated between Fixed Mindset and Growth Mindset, and how these linked to people’s perception of their own abilities. Those with a fixed mindset believe that intelligence is static, and this can become an obstacle to change in behavior. This in turn makes it difficult for them to be learning agile or to adjust to a rapidly changing and ambiguous world. On the other hand, people with a growth mindset are likely to take every opportunity to pull the resources they need to perform better. They are usually the ones to volunteer information, ask questions and try out new ways of doing things. It cannot be argued that the digital world calls for constant exploration, experimentation and learning. And individuals with a growth mindset are more likely to put in extra effort to learn new things, take charge of their own learning, and possess a resilience that helps them to overcome challenges.

Agile Approach

Being agile is more than just adapting to change. In the age of disruptive tech, we must be able to foresee and change before the need to change arises. Agility in this context encompasses the skill of being able to scan the landscape of one's domain of work and organizational ecosystem, and keeping pace with what is happening at the edges to remain relevant. In the digital era, this would mean being comfortable with technology, seeing change as an opportunity, and accepting the new ways of working without feeling threatened. 

 


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An individual with a digital mindset understands the power of technology to democratize scale and speed up every form of interaction and action

 

Growth Mindset

Carol Dweck, in her research, differentiated between Fixed Mindset and Growth Mindset, and how these linked to people’s perception of their own abilities. Those with a fixed mindset believe that intelligence is static, and this can become an obstacle to change in behavior. This in turn makes it difficult for them to be learning agile or to adjust to a rapidly changing and ambiguous world. On the other hand, people with a growth mindset are likely to take every opportunity to pull the resources they need to perform better. They are usually the ones to volunteer information, ask questions and try out new ways of doing things. It cannot be argued that the digital world calls for constant exploration, experimentation and learning. And individuals with a growth mindset are more likely to put in extra effort to learn new things, take charge of their own learning, and possess a resilience that helps them to overcome challenges.

Agile Approach

Being agile is more than just adapting to change. In the age of disruptive tech, we must be able to foresee and change before the need to change arises. Agility in this context encompasses the skill of being able to scan the landscape of one's domain of work and organizational ecosystem, and keeping pace with what is happening at the edges to remain relevant. In the digital era, this would mean being comfortable with technology, seeing change as an opportunity, and accepting the new ways of working without feeling threatened. 

 

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An individual with a digital mindset understands the power of technology to democratize scale and speed up every form of interaction and action

 

Growth Mindset

Carol Dweck, in her research, differentiated between Fixed Mindset and Growth Mindset, and how these linked to people’s perception of their own abilities. Those with a fixed mindset believe that intelligence is static, and this can become an obstacle to change in behavior. This in turn makes it difficult for them to be learning agile or to adjust to a rapidly changing and ambiguous world. On the other hand, people with a growth mindset are likely to take every opportunity to pull the resources they need to perform better. They are usually the ones to volunteer information, ask questions and try out new ways of doing things. It cannot be argued that the digital world calls for constant exploration, experimentation and learning. And individuals with a growth mindset are more likely to put in extra effort to learn new things, take charge of their own learning, and possess a resilience that helps them to overcome challenges.

Agile Approach

Being agile is more than just adapting to change. In the age of disruptive tech, we must be able to foresee and change before the need to change arises. Agility in this context encompasses the skill of being able to scan the landscape of one's domain of work and organizational ecosystem, and keeping pace with what is happening at the edges to remain relevant. In the digital era, this would mean being comfortable with technology, seeing change as an opportunity, and accepting the new ways of working without feeling threatened. 

 

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An individual with a digital mindset understands the power of technology to democratize scale and speed up every form of interaction and action

 

Growth Mindset

Carol Dweck, in her research, differentiated between Fixed Mindset and Growth Mindset, and how these linked to people’s perception of their own abilities. Those with a fixed mindset believe that intelligence is static, and this can become an obstacle to change in behavior. This in turn makes it difficult for them to be learning agile or to adjust to a rapidly changing and ambiguous world. On the other hand, people with a growth mindset are likely to take every opportunity to pull the resources they need to perform better. They are usually the ones to volunteer information, ask questions and try out new ways of doing things. It cannot be argued that the digital world calls for constant exploration, experimentation and learning. And individuals with a growth mindset are more likely to put in extra effort to learn new things, take charge of their own learning, and possess a resilience that helps them to overcome challenges.

Agile Approach

Being agile is more than just adapting to change. In the age of disruptive tech, we must be able to foresee and change before the need to change arises. Agility in this context encompasses the skill of being able to scan the landscape of one's domain of work and organizational ecosystem, and keeping pace with what is happening at the edges to remain relevant. In the digital era, this would mean being comfortable with technology, seeing change as an opportunity, and accepting the new ways of working without feeling threatened. 

 

Tony Guzman's curator insight, March 17, 4:00 PM

This article list seven parts of what is called a digital mindset.

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Pourquoi utiliser une mindmap ?

Si vous voulez vous apprendre cette technique n'hésite pas à nous contacter. http://themindmappingconnection.fr/FR.htmlSur les usages des cartes heuristiques en éducation et en entreprise.

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Si vous voulez apprendre cette technique et devenir 'Practitioner Certifié, n'hésite pas à nous contacter: http://themindmappingconnection.fr/FR.html

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Building an effective learning environment | LEARNing To LEARN

Building an effective learning environment | LEARNing To LEARN | Mind Mapping | Scoop.it

Conclusions The learners must do the learning. We need to make sure that learners are able to work within an environment that helps them do this. In other words, our job as teachers is to create the conditions for success. There are no right or wrong ways to build an effective learning environment. It needs to fit the context in which students will learn. However, before even beginning to design a course or program, we should be thinking of what this learning environment could look like. Technology now enables us to build a wide variety of effective learning environments. But technology alone is not enough; it needs to include other components for learner success. This is not to say that self-managing learners cannot build their own effective, personal learning environments, but they need to consider the other components as well as the technology.


- See more at: http://www.tonybates.ca/2016/02/22/building-an-effective-learning-environment/#sthash.00Z4hMa9.dpuf


[Gust MEES] I would like to add this:


https://gustmees.wordpress.com/2015/12/27/what-are-the-best-ways-of-teaching-and-learning-ideas-and-reflections/


https://gustmees.wordpress.com/2016/02/18/the-new-possibilities-to-learn-and-teach-with-ict/



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Activating Learning: Teaching for Metacognition

Activating Learning: Teaching for Metacognition | Mind Mapping | Scoop.it

In practice, metacognition, or thinking about thinking, is often conflated with reflection, or the conscious exploration of past experiences. Metacognition includes reflection, often called metacognitive awareness, as well as a series of self-directed practices, or metacognitive regulation.



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Ricardo Serrano's curator insight, March 2, 8:09 PM

Some good practical tips.

Pepe Crespo's curator insight, March 3, 3:58 AM

Some good practical tips.

Daniel Jäggli's curator insight, March 8, 5:19 AM

Some good practical tips.

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Mind Mapping | Tony Buzan

Mind Mapping | Tony Buzan | Mind Mapping | Scoop.it

A Mind Map is a powerful graphic technique which provides a universal key to unlock the potential of the brain. It harnesses the full range of cortical skills.

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If you'd like to learn this technique and become a certified Practitioner - come join us: http://themindmappingconnection.fr/#home

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Fixed vs. Growth: The Two Basic Mindsets That Shape Our Lives

Fixed vs. Growth: The Two Basic Mindsets That Shape Our Lives | Mind Mapping | Scoop.it
How to fine-tune the internal monologue that scores every aspect of our lives, from leadership to love.
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The ULTIMATE iMindMap 9 Review

The ULTIMATE iMindMap 9 Review | Mind Mapping | Scoop.it
FULL iMindMap 9 REVIEW covers Brainstorm, Presentation & Mind Map Views +NEW Fast Capture Mode. Discover iMindMap 9 before you buy + SAVE 10% if you do!

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Sab Will's curator insight, December 25, 2015 4:25 PM

The Mad Mapper Says: This may be overkill but I had to get it out there: the iMindMap 9 review to end all iMindMap 9 reviews... If you're thinking of getting into mind mapping or upgrading your existing software, check this out, I put my mind and soul into it!

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The Simple Human Interactions That Make Learning Possible

The Simple Human Interactions That Make Learning Possible | Mind Mapping | Scoop.it

Nothing will ever take the place of one person actually being with another person. Let’s not get so fascinated by what technology can do that we forget what it can’t do. A computer can help you learn to spell “H-U-G,” but it can never know the risks or the joy of actually giving or receiving one. It’s through relationships that we grow best–and learn best.


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Web 2.0 for ELT's curator insight, February 1, 2:21 AM

It is the combination that works best! 

Dinah Galligo's curator insight, February 1, 5:39 AM

Rien ne remplacera jamais les relations humaines !

Ricard Garcia's curator insight, February 1, 6:39 AM

Indeed!!! Soooo true!

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Let’s Change the Conversation About Education (Technology)

Let’s Change the Conversation About Education (Technology) | Mind Mapping | Scoop.it
The problem is that this debate often centers around the wrong question: Does technology belong in the classroom?

If we keep asking this question, we won’t make any progress. We know that technology belongs to the classroom. Have you ever asked whether technology belongs in your workplace? Technology is a tool that helps us develop and apply skills we all value – curiosity, problem-solving, persistence, collaboration, information literacy.

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Nik Peachey's curator insight, January 17, 2:48 AM

Yes please.

Deb Talbot's curator insight, January 18, 12:11 AM

Its definitely time to enhance the traditional education system using technology as a tool engaging students to extend their skills.

Wendy Zaruba-Lundene's curator insight, January 21, 4:08 PM

Raises a good point ~ Have you ever asked whether technology belongs in your workplace? 

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Tablets out, imagination in: the schools that shun technology

Tablets out, imagination in: the schools that shun technology | Mind Mapping | Scoop.it
Parents working in Silicon Valley are sending their children to a school where there’s not a computer in sight – and they’re not alone
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Before giving everything over to the electronic solutions - isn't it just as urgent, if not more, to help students think for themselves via their own hands, arms and brains without the technological screen being in between.  Isn't there a serious danger that one day students will forget how to actually write and draw.............yes, I'm serious about this.  I am already seeing this in the Business environment where holding a pen is becoming a bind and laptop or phone loss is creating a form of 'Digital Amnesia' like the filox-fax catastrophes in the 80's (do you remember them?) - http://www.cbronline.com/news/mobility/devices/kaspersky-warns-of-memory-loss-as-digital-amnesia-takes-hold-in-uk-4613094

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‘Not a Math Person’: How to Remove Obstacles to Learning Math

‘Not a Math Person’: How to Remove Obstacles to Learning Math | Mind Mapping | Scoop.it
Negative experiences such as timed tests, tracking and personal attitudes have hurt how some people feel about math. Stanford professor Jo Boaler wants to change all of that.
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So there's hope still......?

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