Mind Mapping

Mind Maps were popularized by author and consultant, Tony Buzan. They use a two-dimensional structure, instead of the list format conventionally used to take notes. Mind Maps are more compact than conventional notes, often taking up one side of the paper. This helps students to make associations easily, and generate new ideas. If students find out more information after they have drawn a Mind Map, then they can easily integrate it with little disruption. In addition, Mind Maps helps students break large projects or topics down into manageable chunks, so that they can plan effectively without getting overwhelmed and without forgetting something important. 


This workshop was delivered at Salman Cultural Centre as a part of their after-school programs to help students excel at school by learning additional methods that could be utilized in studying and project planning.




Class 1

Tuesday, Apr 25th

4:30 - 7:30

Class 1

Tuesday, Mar 28th

4:30 - 6:30

Traits & Values of Character

Mind Maps Uses 

- Students will learn that self-awareness is an important characteristic of an effective leader.

- Students will be introduced to the Self-awareness concept and its benefits.

- Students will be able to identify their own character traits and values. They will also be able to prioritize them and learn the importance of each characters to them personally.

  • Students will learn about the origin of Mind Maps and its uses

  • Students will practice multiple practical uses of Mind Maps on real-life situation.

Class 2

Wednesday, Apr 26th

4:30 - 7:30

Class 2

Wednesday, Apr 27th

4:30 - 6:30

Feelings &  Motives

Mind Maps Applications

  • Students will get to work together on a project to fully use a mind map and transform it into a presentation.

  • Students will practice presentation skills by presenting their application of mind maps to the class.