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Distinctions between concept maps and mind maps, brief theory from Cognitive Psychology on the foundations of using concept maps. Steps to create a decent concept map, refers "Working Minds"

Distinctions between concept maps and mind maps, brief theory from Cognitive Psychology on the foundations of using concept maps. Steps to create a decent concept map, refers "Working Minds"

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  • Learning Rote learning versus meaningful learning in understanding concepts of science or technology Meaningful learning takes place through assimilation of new concepts and propositions into what the learner already holds Subsumption is realizing how something new is related to something already known Differentiation is realizing how something new draws its distinction from what is already known Reconciliation is realizing what seems as a contradiction of something new with what is already known Psychology Ability to quickly come to consensus among experts Expert Novice distinction on organization of knowledge Education Longer retention Greater ability to apply to new settings
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  • CONCEPT MAP VS MIND MAP Murali Loganathan http://cognitivenoise.wordpress.com/ April 2010
  • WHAT ARE MIND MAPS? EXAMPLE
  • WHAT ARE CONCEPT MAPS?
  • PURPOSE OF CONCEPT MAPS
    • Knowledge
      • Representation
      • Preservation
    • Sharing and Conversing
    • Decision making
    • Revealing skills
  • ELEMENTS
    • “ User friendly” expressions of meaning
    • Node represent a concept with just a few words. Concepts are related to one another meaningfully by labeled links.
    • Node-link-node triad form propositions, i.e. they can be read as “stand alone” simple and meaningful expressions.
    • All morphologies
    • Nodes in graphical form
    • No Label to the links
    • Cannot form propositions
    • Linear Morphologies only
    • Concept Map
    • Mind Map
  • VERY BRIEF THEORY
    • Meaningful Learning
      • Differentiation and Subsumption
      • Assimilation and Accommodation
    • Psychology
      • Visual Reasoning and comprehension
    • Education
      • Teaching
  • STEPS INVOLVED IN CREATING A CONCEPT MAP
      • 1: Select the domain and focus
      • 2: Set up “parking lot” and arrange the concepts
      • 3: Begin to link the concepts
      • 4: Refine the Concept Map
      • 5: Look for new relations and further refine
      • 6: Build the Knowledge Model
  • EXAMPLE: WHY ARE WE FILLING TIME SHEETS? 1: SELECT THE DOMAIN AND FOCUS 2: SET UP “PARKING LOT” AND ARRANGE THE CONCEPTS
  • EXAMPLE: WHY ARE WE FILLING TIME SHEETS? 3: BEGIN TO LINK THE CONCEPTS 4: REFINE THE CONCEPT MAP
  • TYPES OF LINKS
      • causal (leads to, produces)
      • explanation (is a reason for)
      • nominal (known as)
      • property (consists of, has)
      • procedure (results in, done by, way to do)
      • probable (likely, always)
      • event (comes before)
  • ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Contact: muralidharanl at gmail dot com http://cognitivenoise.wordpress.com