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“Take notes” is the same answer to two different questions about what students should do and do not like to do at lectures. But why? They simply did not learn how to take notes effectively.
Today, when the volume and nature of information has become colossal, the formula “come, listen, write” does not work. The lecturer wants to give as much information as possible, and the cadets - to fix it. Sometimes a huge flow of materials confuses students, and they cannot catch up with the lecturer, so the notes look like a set of unrelated phrases.
How to structure the material of the lecture correctly, present it in a simple and visual form, was demonstrated at the general open academic lesson by the senior lecturer of the department of administrative activity of the internal affairs bodies of the Faculty of Police Dmitry Lt. Yegorov, PhD in law.
Instead of the traditional note taking, the lecturer invited the cadets to write material using associative links, illustrations and short notes. This visualization method is called a mental map, a thought map, an associative map, a communication diagram, or the term mind map.
The cadets consistently, as the lecture was presented, prepared the intellectual cards for two stages of the administrative process: the beginning of the administrative process and the preparation of an administrative case for consideration.
The demonstrated visualization method attracted the attention of the cadets and, by reducing the amount of recorded information, made the material of the lecture easier to read. What is especially important, the cadets showed the ability to independently process and apply information, to make decisions on its basis in non-standard situations. Of course, mind mapping will be useful and useful to future law enforcement agencies in solving professional problems.
Educational and methodical management