Mind Mapping & Creative Thinking

October 6, 2009

Parents and Children’s workshop Regents College

On Sunday 4th October I ran, for Buzan Training, a workshop for parents and KS2 children a  which centred on Mind Mapping.

It was lovely to see the children working with the parents developing their thinking, planning, memory and learning skills.  What was truely wonderful was when the children were helping their parents learn new skills!

This workshop was successful because the group was small, enabling me to spend time with each family on every task.

We had the pleasure of the presence of a German freelance journalist who was joining in the tasks but also researching Mind Mapping training for an Education Journal. We also had the support of Anne Reynolds (training manager for Buzan) who made sure that everything ran to plan. As always Anne did an excellent job and managed to find time to join the workshop as well.

This style of workshop will run again in the near future. Please contact me for further details of future events. tim.fulford@buzanworld.com

  • ‘….very encouraging for the children…’
  • ‘….we feel far more confident to Mind Map…’
  • ‘….lots of ideas to build on…’
  • ‘….Loved it, we really know how to Mind Map now….’
  • ‘….great fun learning…’
  • ‘…..excellent materials and support…’
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1 Comment »

  1. Well done Tim, looks like a great time was had by all. What was the feedback you got from your families?

    Comment by hannahejones — October 8, 2009 @ 8:48 am


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