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Caragh Medlicott

Caragh Medlicott is a freelance writer and interim Editor of Wales Arts Review. After graduating with a First-Class Honours degree in English Literature and an MA in Creative Writing from Cardiff University she began a full-time writing career in Wales. She is the author of several published short stories and was shortlisted for the Lunate 500 award in December 2020, and a finalist in Narrative’s 30 Below competition in 2021. She is a regular contributor to BBC Wales' The Review Show.

 

Articles by Caragh Medlicott

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Featured Mind Mapping Quick Tips Success

Five ways to combat groupthink while working remotely

Groupthink has long been a challenge for teams looking to be creative. The term refers to a psychological…

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Mental Health

National Stress Awareness Day: Finding New Ways To Cope

Stress is an unavoidable part of human life. All of us, at some point or other, will experience…

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Neurodiversity Students

Student Services – Discover Those Which Can Support You

Being a student is a unique and wonderful experience, but it also comes with a lot of pressure….

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Neurodiversity Students

Top societies for neurodivergent students

Autumn is well underway, and we’re officially back into the thick of the academic season. With the chaos…

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Education and Learning Neurodiversity

How to begin the conversation about dyslexia in school: a teacher’s guide and resources

It goes without saying that all educators want to support learners in the classroom. Teaching requires serious skill;…

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Neurodiversity

Dyslexia Awareness Week

Considering the increasing interest in neurodiversity, Dyslexia Awareness Week should certainly be marked out in your annual calendar….

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Mind Mapping Neurodiversity

Neurodivergent Icons… in Mind Maps

It’s no secret that our differences are what make us special. Whether it’s your personal style, talents, or…

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Ayoa Mind Mapping

Mind Maps – for reflecting or growing?

Mind mappers can quite often be divided into two camps – those who use the technique to superpower their learning through revision mind maps, and those who see the mind map as a creative tool primarily intended for ideation and growth.

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Ayoa Quick Tips

What’s going on in your *life* mind map?

Is there anything more intimidating than organising your own life? As tasks go, making sure everything is as you’d like it to be in your daily life is a pretty big deal. Oftentimes, it’s easy to let things tick by without stopping to take stock.

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Ayoa Mind Mapping

Why mind mapping is for the whole team

Mind maps are famous as great creative tools. Also known as “brainstorms” or “spider diagrams”, people often associate them with the beginning stages of a project or as a tool used solely by the creative members of the team. But it’s time to break mind maps out of this particular typecast!

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Mind Mapping Neurodiversity

Techniques which talk to neurodivergent brains

For too long, neurodivergent individuals were misunderstood and underrepresented in the media. Once upon a time (and sadly, still on occasion today) neurological differences were wrongly interpreted as something which limited an individual. Of course, we now know that is far from the truth.

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Mind Mapping Project Management Quick Tips

Finding the practical link between mind maps and project management

Any project manager will tell you that what they do is no easy job. Projects are like vehicles,…

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