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Concept mapping

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  • 1. Concept Mapping Jaime Oyarzo Espinosa (jaime.oyarzo@uah.es) ‏ e-Learning Consultant, Lund University Education, Sweden Associated Teacher, Computer Sciences, Alcala University, Spain Jaime Oyarzo
  • 2. Types of visual representations
    • Data
    • Information
    • Concepts, ideas
    • Strategy
    • Metaphor
    • Compound
    PROCESS STRUCTURE Jaime Oyarzo
  • 3. Why represent knowledge? A highly individual decision Jaime Oyarzo
  • 4. 19.06.2008 Use in teaching and research
    • Identifying relationships between concept
    • Facilitates understanding, retention and recall
    • Better structured knowledge and reasoning
    • Knowledge is processed and actively revised
    • Allows for reflexive thinking, self-dialogue and creative associations
    • Stimulates the exploration/resolution of cognitive conflicts
    Jaime Oyarzo
  • 5. 19.06.2008 Contexts of use
    • Delivered by teacher
    • presentation
    • summary
    • organisation
    • Constructed by student(s) ‏
    • taking notes
    • comparison with peers
    • organisation
    • revising
    • For one’s own work
    • identifying ideas and processes
    • summary of previous knowledge
    • organisation of documentation
    • sharing and collaborating
    Jaime Oyarzo
  • 6. 19.06.2008 Segmentation is called a proposition Jaime Oyarzo LINK (nature of relationship) ‏ can be color coded A concept map = a series of propositions NODE (concept) ‏ (idea) ‏ = word (s) ‏ can be color or form coded NODE (concept) ‏ (idea) ‏ = word (s) ‏ can be color or form coded this
  • 7. Types of spatial configurations Jaime Oyarzo
  • 8. Types of spatial configurations Jaime Oyarzo
  • 9. Types of spatial configurations Jaime Oyarzo
  • 10. Examples Jaime Oyarzo
  • 11. Examples Jaime Oyarzo
  • 12. Examples Jaime Oyarzo
  • 13. Examples Tree form (central concept, clusters) ‏ Free form (network, system) ‏ Jaime Oyarzo
  • 14. Concept mapping: a fruitful exercise
    • Understand the process of mapping
    • Begin with a simple topic, using a small number of concepts
    • Work through example(s) ‏
    • Think about all possible links
    • Write down the nature of the links
    • There is no single “correct” answer
    • Use arrows and their direction in describing the proposition.
    Jaime Oyarzo
  • 15. Software MindManager or FreeMind ? Inspiration ? CMapTools ? PersonalBrain ? Compendium ? Other software ? Jaime Oyarzo
  • 16. CMapTools Jaime Oyarzo