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Concept Map Review
Concept Map Review
Concept Map Review
Concept Map Review
Concept Map Review
Concept Map Review
Concept Map Review
Concept Map Review
Concept Map Review
Concept Map Review
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Concept Map Review

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A class presentation to review Concept Mapping principles

A class presentation to review Concept Mapping principles

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  • 1. Concept Map Review 10/20
  • 2. Concept Maps are • ways of visualizing knowledge meaningfully • organized knowledge that is more easily understood • helpful in learning as new ideas can be integrated and built from previous knowledge
  • 3. Concept Maps... • need linking phrases to connect ideas to create relationships and concepts are composed of cities neighbourhoods
  • 4. Concept Maps... • need linking phrases to connect ideas to create relationships and concepts Proposition relationship concept concept
  • 5. Concept Maps... • need linking phrases to connect ideas to create relationships and concepts New Knowledge are building neighbourhoods cities blocks of
  • 6. Concept Maps • are commonly constructed in a hierarchy • the most inclusive topics at the top • the fine grained topics closer to the bottom
  • 7. Concept Maps • Enables the connection of concepts not previously envisioned • sometimes cross predetermined categories to create new relationships
  • 8. Concept Maps • are useful for brainstorming, collaborating, understand and innovate • enables relating new concepts to existing ones • reorganize knowledge • make explicit descriptions of concepts and there interrelationships
  • 9. Concept Maps • Facilitate deeper process of knowledge to promote, retrieve and apply • Important as the world is spinning faster and the semantic web is coming • My own example of “Street Festival”
  • 10. My Cmap

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