Guru Adalah Tugas Yang Paling Mulia

Teaching is a noble profession! Sur menghadiri acara Tony Buzan Live in Indonesia di Anjungan Lampung dalam Taman Mini Indonesia Indah (TMII) Sabtu, 18 April 2009, dari jam 10.30-12.15. Banyak hal yang Tony paparkan, dan yang paling berkesan adalah 5 tugas mulia dari seorang guru. Beliau menyampaikan 5 definisi tugas guru yaitu: Teacher is who…

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Beautiful Mind

Duration 05:18 This is cool, just watch it to believe it! Prometheus Rising by Robert Anton Wilson $13.57 Read Robert Anton Wilson’s ‘Prometheus Rising‘ for information on much less painful ways of achieving increased right/ left brain communication, as well as some fascinating speculations on what this might mean for human kind.

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Are you Ambidextrous or Whole-brain Thinker? Mindmapping to your Rescue

By: Avezah You may be familiar with the term ‘ambidexterity’, which is facile use of both right and left hand. The versatility displayed in using both hands for all kinds of activities reflects a person’s ambidexterity. Some renowned ambidextrous persons were Michelangelo, Leonardo Vinci, Einstein, Fleming, Harry Truman, etc. While ambidexterity can be an inborn…

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Unlock Your Creative Side And Create More Compelling Designs

By: Chris Blatnick Programmers and IT types in general are not usually well known for their creative and spontaneous ways. Most in this profession are very logical and linear thinkers, and often those qualities lend themselves nicely to this field. An unfortunate byproduct of this fact, however, are the thousands upon thousands of badly designed…

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Why authors should use Mind Maps

By: Tom Evans I (Tom) use Mind Mapping daily to organise, store and expand my thought processes. My current novel exists as a wall sized mind map which I add to as new research and knowledge comes my way. So when I started mentoring authors, it was only natural I used them – both over…

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Mind maps: rubbish in theory, but handy in practice

It is a shame that perfectly good teaching tools are constantly being justified with hokum references to neuroscience, says Philip Beadle Tuesday April 18, 2006 The Guardian I mind mapped this article before writing it. It would be interesting to find out whether regular readers notice any rinse in quantity. Mind mapping is easy. First,…

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