Concept map
- In a student learning module for
coastal vulnerability
What is concept map
• A concept map is a dendritic type of diagram
depicting the big picture of knowledge
• The diagram of...
An example of concept map
Creatures
Animals Plants
Dogs Cows
Grass
are are
are are
Is a plant
Eat
Monkeys
Trees
Live in tr...
Elements of a concept map
• The basic element is the proposition: two
concepts linked by a labeled connection.
• Propositi...
How to draw a concept map
• Select the key concepts of the topic under
study
• On a large piece of paper, write the key
co...
Evaluating concept maps
• Concept maps can be quantitatively evaluated
by correctness and complexity
• The number of corre...
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Introduction to concept maps

  1. 1. Concept map - In a student learning module for coastal vulnerability
  2. 2. What is concept map • A concept map is a dendritic type of diagram depicting the big picture of knowledge • The diagram often consists of concept labels linked to each other by directional lines, which are usually also labeled. • Concept maps are effective tools to assess students’ learning
  3. 3. An example of concept map Creatures Animals Plants Dogs Cows Grass are are are are Is a plant Eat Monkeys Trees Live in trees are
  4. 4. Elements of a concept map • The basic element is the proposition: two concepts linked by a labeled connection. • Propositions are linked to form the hierarchic structure of the concept map • The hierarchic structure may have multiple levels
  5. 5. How to draw a concept map • Select the key concepts of the topic under study • On a large piece of paper, write the key concepts down in boxes • Link concepts with a line and label the line with the relationship between the concepts • Continue till the concepts are all linked
  6. 6. Evaluating concept maps • Concept maps can be quantitatively evaluated by correctness and complexity • The number of correct propositions • The number of layers
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