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concept mapping

a method of visualizing relationships among various concepts. A branching, hierarchical diagram of concepts shows how they are connected using arrows and labels that identify interrelationships.
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In order to retrieve the relevant documents of the user query, a concept map is created using the concepts from the title of all papers in the AAN dataset.
Forty-eight nursing students completed NLN simulation tools, created a concept map, and participated in an informal focus group.
The treatment groups additionally used the concept map as the template for misconception identification and remediation interactions.
It is built around a concept map created with the MindManager software package.
Chang and Chang (2008) found that a concept map is a very effective addition to the use of a step by step approach.
Participants were asked to create an annotated concept map that conceptualized how they thought about a problem scenario.
For example, students can construct a concept map showing how their sequence of steps leads to successful DNA extraction, using the arrows connecting the nodes to indicate scientific properties associated with the steps and outcomes (see Figure 2).
The final concept map included five clusters: rebuild confidence; different expectations; resistance; restore connections; and acceptance.
By using a concept map, you have a visual organizer to depict a set of ideas by linking them and explaining the connections.
I then modelled making a concept map on the whiteboard of the students' known words and information about bears.
Figure 1 presents the concept map for Binary Search Trees chapter.
At the end of the formulation of the concept map, the students should demonstrate critical thinking dispositions, such as self-confidence in providing explanations of the reasoning process behind the formulation.
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