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  • http://www.informationtamers.com/WikIT/index.php?title=File:Hong_Kong%27s_legal_framework.png – example of a Concept Map Concept Maps? They represent the connections between concepts Delivery or organize the new information/concept http://www.readingrockets.org/strategies/concept_maps Precise and verifiable Uses hierarchical structure cross links between ideas (red +yellow=orange) Mind Maps? Personal representations of knowledge Clear and concise Generating ideas
  • Source: http://www.socialresearchmethods.net/research/epp1/epp1.htm
  • Examples – COMPARING TECHNOLOGIES http://www.inspiration.com/sites/default/files/images/examples/ComparingTechInventions_big.png – BEST EXAMPLE https://www.msu.edu/~luckie/ctools/ - Academic description of the map
  • There are alternative concept mapping tools online. You can use http://alternativeto.net/ to search for what is available and compare their features. See Video Inspiration Overview Video to learn how to use the tool (view carefully!) – Watch until outline… Which “ E ” is it?
  • Depending on your instructor- you can use existing templates
  • Depending on your instructor- you can use existing templates
  • Fa12 w200-w4-part4

    1. 1. ICW #4 INSPIRATION / KIDSPIRATION Create Effective and Efficient Technology ExampleEDUC W200 Week 4
    2. 2. Overview OF ACTIVITY• Use of Inspiration (or Kidspiration): • Concept Mapping tools • Graphically/visually organizes thoughts and ideas • Includes audio, dictionary, highlighter features• Why? • When have you used Concept Maps? • What was useful about the Map? EDUC W200 Week 4
    3. 3. WHAT ARE CONCEPT MAPS?• Concept Maps: • Connecting past and present knowledge • They represent the connections between concepts (Shapes, Patterns, Natural World, Man-made world) • Precise and verifiable • Uses hierarchical structures for concepts • Cross links between ideas (red+yellow=orange)• How do teachers use Concept Maps? • Design their curriculum overview • Evaluate students learning of concepts • Deliver and organize new information/concept EDUC W200 Week 4
    4. 4. HOW TO MAKE A CONCEPT MAP• 6 Easy Steps to Concept Mapping: o Concept – what’s the main idea? o Generating sub concepts – related to the central theme o Ranking your concepts -sorting and rating their relevance o Finding the links – how do concepts cross-link? o Representation of statements – Add aids: images, diagrams, examples? o Structuring Map – How will you organize these, linear? 2 sided persuasive argument? Cyclical process? EDUC W200 Week 4
    5. 5. EXAMPLE OF A CONCEPT MAP • What is this map about? • What are the hierarchical features? How many levels? Inspiration Examples Image from :https://www.msu.edu/~luckie/ctools/ EDUC W200 Week 4
    6. 6. DEMONSTRATION OF TOOLSTO CREATE A CONCEPT MAP• Inspiration (Create and Export) & Inspiration Templates• Kidspiration (Create & Export) (El Ed. & Early Ed only) EDUC W200 Week 4
    7. 7. ICW #4 – Part 1 EDUC W200 Week 4
    8. 8. ICW #4 – Part 1 continued… EDUC W200 Week 4
    9. 9. ICW #4 – Part 2Submission1.Go to Teacher Website >> Class Materials2.Use the following outline and fill content: Title: Inspiration/Kidspiration (Concept Mapping) [Please add hyperlink of the tool to the title] Screenshot: Insert the concept map image you saved in Part one. Description: Describe the tool briefly and write your reflection (Hint: 3Es) EDUC W200 Week 4