Results indicate there are benefits to using the Focal Prompt coupled with concept mapping
in the online classroom.
, a nontraditional assessment tool (Moreira, 1985), requires the learner to contextualize information.
Novak; and concept mapping
for STEM disciplines, particularly visual logic maps.
While used synonymously, concept mapping
and argument mapping are other tools forms that differ from mind mapping in their application as Davies (2011) discussed in his article.
Nonetheless, classroom courses on anti- phishing for teenagers and children that involve peer interaction and concept mapping
are still at an exploratory stage of research.
Objective: To assess the effectiveness of concept mapping
(CM) on the academic performance of medical students' in problem-solving as well as in declarative knowledge questions and their perception regarding CM.
We demonstrate analytically and emphasize using the concept mapping
method that the content analysis advances an efficient civil society depending on the democratic inputs and the social reform outputs: 1.
Using concept mapping
to scaffold learning for students who experience difficulties in science classes (Doctoral dissertation).
Novak introduced the idea of concept mapping
in 1977 as another way for instructors to meaningfully evaluate what students learn (Rafferty & Flesher, 1993).
This study evaluated the impact of concept mapping
and simulation on nursing student self-confidence.
A number of these templates, containing joining circles and arrows to represent relationships, seem to be designed with concept mapping
4-5) This study compared 2 teaching strategies, traditional lecture and lecture supported by concept mapping
exercises within collaborative work groups, to determine if there was a beneficial effect on meaningful learning and promotion of critical thinking and problem solving.