Whole brain note taking, or Mind Mapping, uses both sides of your brain to study subjects usually only studied with your left brain.
Using both sides of your brain substantially increases your brain power and memory.
Origin And Use Of Mind Maps
Mind Maps were invented by Tony Buzan and have been gaining worldwide popularity at a staggering rate. Mind Mapping is a very powerful tool for brainstorming, creative thinking, problem solving, organizing of ideas and of course, note taking. Mind Mapping as a note taking technique can be used for almost any subject and done in any language. It is especially useful for students in tertiary education and beyond, and this is because the more advanced the studied material, the greater the need to condense and simplify it in a form that is easy to learn.
The power of Mind Mapping
Mind Mapping is a way of making notes using colors and patterns, keywords and images so that the information is rendered holistically.
When creating Mind Maps, imagination and creativity are used to synthesize logically all the relevant key information in an organized way. Mind Mapping taps your whole brain, releases your brain potential and improves your memory with less work.
Mind Mapping Method
The Mind Map Laws