What benefits you will get:
- Brainstorm using the BulletMap
- Basic fundamentals of BulletMapping
- Improve your executive functioning skills
- See the potential of BulletMapping
- Organize thoughts visually
- Step by step instruction on BulletMapping
- Use your strong imagination and creativity to your advantage
- Visual way to declutter your head
Brainstorming is the most basic step when you do a BulletMap. The learning objectives and outcomes are directly aligned with narrative writing goals from:
This course teaches..
the basic fundamentals of BulletMapping with step by step instruction videos. Brainstorming or getting your thoughts and ideas out of your head is one of the most challenging things for people with dyslexia.
Dyslexics naturally have strong imagination and creativity but it sometimes get in the way when explaining something or coming up with an idea or telling a story. Their ideas come in random order that it’s hard to identify which one is more important than the other. This may hinder your productivity and may get you confused most of the time.
The BulletMap method helps with this process a lot because it takes out the random ideas, sorts them out with a map, then identifies the steps needed to achieve the goal. The process actually lifts up the heavy burden in your head.
Who this course is for:
This is helpful for students and professionals with dyslexia who want a way of organizing their thoughts and ideas. If you’re looking for a way to manage your executive functioning better, the BulletMap method helps you do that.
The BulletMap has a ton of possible uses at work and at school. From presentations, story writing, business proposals, taking down notes, revision, etc., the possibility is endless.
This Course Includes...
This module introduces you to brainstorming with a BulletMap. In this module, you'll learn;
- Zero Gravity
- Why turn lists into maps
- Prepare for mapping
The First Step
What should you do first before brainstorming with a BulletMap? This module shows you your first step in mapping and how it feels to map. In this module, you’ll learn:
- First Step: The Goal
- What a BulletMap Feels
- The Routemap
This module with show you all of the steps in brainstorming with a BulletMap. This is where all the ideas come together and make sense. In this module, you’ll learn:
- The Bullet List
- Underline Keywords
- Highlight Big Words
- Central Doodle
- Main Branches
- Small Branches
- Talk Through
Now that you have experienced brainstorming with a BulletMap, let me tell you how you can apply it in your everyday life. The potential is endless.
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