Studying for Exams Category

On September 4, 2007 I introduced you to pilot Michael Panebianco. He’s back with another example of how idea mapping is helping in training for emergency procedures. The asymmetric flaps map is an abnormal situation he had a few months back. It was the first map he did after buying the Idea Mapping book. He […]

Meet airline pilot, Michael Panebianco. Michael created a map that we call “fires on the airplane map”. He used this map as a visualization tool to study for emergency procedures pilots can face. It presents the big picture of dealing with one of the most dangerous situations in aviation. While existing checklists are linear, this […]

Next month I will be heading to MTSU (Middle Tennessee State University) to teach 3 workshops for the 5th year in a row. Each year Dr. Carol Ann Baily (Director of Adult Services) gathers nearly 150 students for two 3-hour Idea Mapping Workshops and another 30 or so faculty for a workshop the following day. […]

On a Personal Note

In: Idea Mapping Workshops, Studying for Exams

My husband and I were invited to a luncheon today at the University of Detroit Mercy (UDM). It was called “Celebration of Education” and was sponsored by the Willow Run/Ypsilanti, Michigan Dollars for Scholars (DFS) organization. My role began with DFS during the 2001-2002 school year and went four consecutive years. During that first school […]

I’m SO excited to share this idea map and story with you. The posting on December 16, 2006 briefly mentioned Jennifer’s map, but now you can see both the map and read the complete story in her own words. Two of Jennifer’s pre-workshop maps are also viewable on my website if you want to see […]

Idea Mapping Blog

The purpose of this blog is to share idea mapping examples and related learning from my Idea Mapping, Memory, Speed Reading, and Certification Workshops. This blog is dedicated to my Certified Idea Mapping Instructors, my clients, Mind Mapping and Idea Mapping practitioners around the globe.




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