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A French Exception: Mind Mapping à la française in the cyberspatial dimension
|Title:||A French Exception: Mind Mapping à la française in the cyberspatial dimension|
|Author Affiliation:||Katherine Watson - Coastline Community College|
|Abstract:||Both hemispheres of the human brain are effectively excited to learn through cross-cultural “mind mapping” techniques, which stimulate ideation with the same forms, colors, and designs that define technologyassisted education. Thus, mind-mapping exercises encourage the logical, language-centered left cerebral hemisphere to work in concert with the artistic right side of the brain. Teachers and learners can “mind-map” any subject matter by complete brainstorm to discern “nodes of ideation”, using systems of heuristics developed by English psychologist Tony Buzan, popularized in France, and applicable anywhere in cyberspace.|
|Rights:||Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 United States|
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TCC 2009 Proceedings|
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