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Problem Solving

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Problem Solving using Mind Mapping

When you are faced with a difficult problem, it can be hard to know where to start. There are so many things to think about, and not much time to act. Collecting, organizing, and connecting information about a problem in a Mindomo map gives you space to think and communicate. This article explains how the Mindomo template “Manage a problem” works. The template guides you from first encountering a difficult problem through to resolving it.…

Mind maps can serve many functions, from organizing and planning to brainstorming and problem-solving. But did you ever think to use a mind map for note-taking? It is not just a student’s habit to help him/her learn their courses. Even if you didn’t think about it, everyone uses note-taking in various situations: at work, school, or at home. For example, you may take notes for a shopping list, in business meetings, make to-do lists, set…

Experts estimate that our minds have between 60,000 – 80,000 thoughts a day. Our brains work like little factories and the synapses never cease to pass chemical or electrical signals to each other. In fact, this is the beauty of our amazing brain. Each thought generates another one and so on and by the time we reach a certain opinion, we begin to wonder how it all started. This is not another study made by…

The world today relies more and more on people collaborating to solve various kinds of problems. In this context, across all grades and subjects, school culture should focus on modelling teachers’ and students’ collaborative problem-solving. Collaborative planning for teachers Step 1. Find a collaboration partner Step 2. Get resources – if there aren’t internal grants available at your school, search for external grants and resources that meet the needs of your collaborative project. Step 3.…

You know you are facing a problem when you find yourself in a condition which is different than the desired one. If the problem is simple, then the solution is usually quite obvious. But when you’re facing a more complex issue, the card up your sleeve is to get in a problem-solving state of mind. There is a saying that in order to understand a problem profoundly, you need to see the bigger picture. If…