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Creative Ideas to Assist Gorski et al

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Studies show making associations between bits of information aids learning …

Studies show making associations between bits of information aids learning
Concept mapping helps students make these associations. Applicable to all subjects

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  • 1. Creative Ideas to Assist Student Learning Ewa Gorski, Steve Kabrhel, and Ellen Lathrop-Davis Community College of Baltimore County-Catonsville Third Annual Mid-Atlantic Regional Conference
  • 2. Concept Mapping
    • Studies show making associations between bits of information aids learning
    • Concept mapping helps students make these associations
    • Applicable to all subjects
  • 3. Concept Mapping
    • Instructor-led concept maps
      • Instructor provides information to be mapped
      • Models mapping for students
    • Goal: students learn to prepare their own maps in a “safe” environment
    • Online students create maps using mapping software
  • 4. Mapping in the Classroom
    • Whole-class kinesthetic mapping
      • Involves all your students together
    • Small group kinesthetic mapping
      • Encourages small-group interaction
    • Electronic concept mapping
      • Concept mapping software for online and on-campus classes
  • 5. Getting Started – Instructor-led Mapping
    • Whole-class Concept Mapping in Lecture
      • Example: animal cell
    • Small-group Concept Mapping
      • Example: human blood circulatory systems
      • Example: histology cards (visual mapping)
  • 6. Whole-class Concept Mapping
    • Goal: to encourage participation by all students in class
    • Instructor provides cards with terms
    • Animal cell
    • Review of cell organelles & their functions
  • 7. Small Group Mapping
    • Goal: to encourage group discussion
    • Human blood circulatory systems
    • Review structural components and their relationships
  • 8. Small Group Mapping
    • Goal: to encourage group interaction
    • Instructor provides cards with terms
    • Nerve impulse
  • 9. Small Group Mapping
    • Goal: to encourage group interaction and visual recognition
    • Instructor provides micrographs
    • Organize micrographs into large groups then refine
  • 10. Leading Students to Generate Concept Maps
    • Levels:
    • Instructor provides terms, students work together
    • Students provide terms, work together
    • Students generate individual maps
  • 11. Online Concept Maps
    • Goal: to encourage students to generate their own concept maps
    • Concept mapping software
      • CMaps
      • Inspiration
      • Microsoft PowerPoint
  • 12. Use of Concept Maps Online
    • Use of concept maps in online classes or as an online resource
      • Action Potential Example
      • Macronutrient Absorption Example
  • 13. Action Potential: The Question
  • 14. Action Potential: The Answer
  • 15. Action Potential Outline
    • Chemically Gated Channels are found at
      • Dendrites and Cell body
        • which let in
        • Sodium
        • which
        • depolarizes the cell body and dendrites
    • and if
      • inside the cell reaches threshold
        • Voltage Gated Channels are
        • found at
        • Axon and Axon Hillock
        • which lets in sodium
        • which depolarizes the axon you get
        • Action POTENTIAL
    • but if
      • inside of the cell doesn't reach threshold
        • you get
        • NO Action Potential
  • 16. Macronutrient Digestion: The Question
  • 17. Macronutrient Digestion: The Answer
  • 18. Macronutrient Digestion Outline
  • 19. Macronutrient Digestion Outline
  • 20. And in Conclusion…
    • Concept mapping is especially useful for complex processes…
      • But can be used to organize any information
    • Instructor leads the students…
      • With the goal that students will generate their own concept maps

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