Visual Learning and Mind Mapping

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Visual Learning & Mind Mapping was created and originally presented by Roger Hannon and Kaitlyn Mesley of Adult Learning Centres Grey-Bruce-Georgian for Transliteracy Conference 2010 in Owen Sound, Ontario. These videos give you a great visual representation of mind mapping, immersive learning, and how we are primarily visual learners. They also go into explaining how to use Power Point and mental models to educate adult learners.

These presentations will give you some great tools and ideas for your adult technology/non-technology programs and help you understand how they learn and retain information.

3 Responses to “Visual Learning and Mind Mapping”

  1. Miranda Says:

    Hi Brian,

    Thank you for linking to our videos from Transliteracy Conference, we hope you and your readers enjoy them!

    We are in the process of uploading all of the presentations from the conference, so there will be more going up in the coming weeks on our YouTube channel.

    We released an updated version of the videos displayed here to make a correction; if you wouldn’t mind, please update the links here to display the new version of the videos, available here:

    Thank you!
    Adult Learning Centres GBG

    • Brian Hulsey Says:

      Hello Miranda,

      Thanks for letting me know and giving me the updated content link,I changed them out.

      Looking forward to more in the future!


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