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04. Introduction to Novakian mapping (Cmaps)
04. Introduction to Novakian mapping (Cmaps)
04. Introduction to Novakian mapping (Cmaps)
04. Introduction to Novakian mapping (Cmaps)
04. Introduction to Novakian mapping (Cmaps)
04. Introduction to Novakian mapping (Cmaps)
04. Introduction to Novakian mapping (Cmaps)
04. Introduction to Novakian mapping (Cmaps)
04. Introduction to Novakian mapping (Cmaps)
04. Introduction to Novakian mapping (Cmaps)
04. Introduction to Novakian mapping (Cmaps)
04. Introduction to Novakian mapping (Cmaps)
04. Introduction to Novakian mapping (Cmaps)
04. Introduction to Novakian mapping (Cmaps)
04. Introduction to Novakian mapping (Cmaps)
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04. Introduction to Novakian mapping (Cmaps)

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  • 1. Novakian mapping Lawrie Hunter Kochi University of Technology http://www.core.kochi-tech.ac.jp/hunter/ [email_address] JALTCALL June 6, 2009
  • 2. In September 2008 the 3rd International Conference on Concept Mapping was held in Tallinn and Helsinki < http://cmc.ihmc.us/ >
  • 3. The age of GRAPHIC ORGANIZERS http://www.visual-literacy.org/periodic_table/periodic_table.html
  • 4. Joseph Novak: Concept mapping INVERTEBRATE ANIMALS VERTEBRATE can be MARINE TERRESTRIAL e.g. crabs, lobsters e.g. beetles, flies FEATHERS FUR e.g. robins, penguins e.g. sheep, cats M O R E S P E C I F I C COLD BLOODED ARTHROPODS WARM BLOODED can be insulated with are mostly can be This slide courtesy of Ian Kinchin
  • 5. When is a map Novakian? “ The basic Novakian concept map... usually starts with a general concept at the top of the map, and then works its way down ... to more specific concepts. Abrams, R. An Overview of Concept Mapping. In Meaningful Learning: A Collaborative Literature Review of Concept Mapping . Retrieved March 18, 2008 at http://www2.ucsc.edu/mlrg/clr-conceptmapping.html
  • 6. When is a map Novakian? Abrams, R. An Overview of Concept Mapping. In Meaningful Learning: A Collaborative Literature Review of Concept Mapping . Retrieved March 18, 2008 at http://www2.ucsc.edu/mlrg/clr-conceptmapping.html Concepts are placed in [boxes]... “ The basic Novakian concept map... usually starts with a general concept at the top of the map, and then works its way down ... to more specific concepts.
  • 7. When is a map Novakian? Abrams, R. An Overview of Concept Mapping. In Meaningful Learning: A Collaborative Literature Review of Concept Mapping . Retrieved March 18, 2008 at http://www2.ucsc.edu/mlrg/clr-conceptmapping.html Concepts are placed in [boxes]... Lines are drawn from a concept to a linking word to a concept. “ The basic Novakian concept map... usually starts with a general concept at the top of the map, and then works its way down ... to more specific concepts.
  • 8. When is a map Novakian? Abrams, R. An Overview of Concept Mapping. In Meaningful Learning: A Collaborative Literature Review of Concept Mapping . Retrieved March 18, 2008 at http://www2.ucsc.edu/mlrg/clr-conceptmapping.html Concepts are placed in [boxes]... Lines are drawn from a concept to a linking word to a concept. Sequences of concepts and linking words do not always form grammatically correct sentences.” “ The basic Novakian concept map... usually starts with a general concept at the top of the map, and then works its way down ... to more specific concepts.
  • 9. When is a map Novakian? http://cmap.ihmc.us/
  • 10. Novakian maps (Novak & Cañas, 2006) are type 3 maps, having textured link dyadic elements.
    • Associational
    • Directed link
    • Textured directed link
  • 11. Novakian maps (Novak & Cañas, 2006) can be used at any level of abstraction. Figure: quantum levels of abstraction. From Hunter (2007) Argument mapping Information structure mapping Syntactic mapping Grammatical mapping (pseudo) Association mapping
  • 12. Novakian maps (Novak & Cañas, 2006) are type 3 maps, having textured link dyadic elements. The rules of operation for Novakian maps may be defined as: Rectangles (nodes) contain concepts. Rectangles are joined by labeled lines (propositions). Propositions are usually uni-directional. The label in the middle of a proposition is called a linking phrase.
  • 13. from FLEXIBLE CONCEPT MAPPING (CMC proceedings 2008) by Alfredo Tifi, ITIS &quot;E. Divini&quot; San Severino Marche (MC, Italy) – WWMAPS Antonietta Lombardi, Direzione Didattica Primo Circolo Novi Ligure (AL, Italy) WWMAPS Jos e Domingo Villarroel Villamor, University of the Basque Country, Spain
  • 14. It all depends on what you want to use cmaps for. Deciding purpose first leads to elegance.
  • 15. It all depends on what you want to use cmaps for. Deciding purpose first leads to elegance. Later, to serendipity.

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