Developing students' "imagination" and "Full thinking" skills using "Mind Map" to explain the topic of "Electromagnetic Wave Scale

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Studying physics is impossible without "imagination". Because to understand the laws of nature, it is necessary to take into account the interactions between atoms and molecules, to work at speeds equal to the speed of light. Atoms and molecules are invisibly small, and the speed of light is immeasurably large.

Information is obtained indirectly, and feedback is "imagined." So, analysis of physical processes can be the best way to strengthen students' "imagination". The most effective way to develop the laws of physics, "imagination" , "creative thinking" and full thinking is to use the "Mind Map".

This article discusses the use of the "Mind Map" to explain to students the topic of "Electromagnetic Wave Scale", which is widely used in technology and in life today.

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