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Inspiring creative learning with mind mapping

Have you ever been tasked with a particular activity or project and your mind has gone blank when trying to conjure up any sort of creativity? Here, Mark Oronzio discusses creativity in education, and how visual learning can be used to inspire the thought processes of young learners.

Have you ever been tasked with a particular activity or project and your mind has gone blank when trying to conjure up any sort of creativity? Initial half-baked and half formulated ideas circulate within your mind, yet as these are undeveloped it can sometimes prove a challenge to progress these thoughts further. It can be frustrating, and even the most naturally creative sometimes struggle to achieve original and innovative ideas.

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