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The final version of my Bubbl.us presentation for IT780, without sound. A with-sound version will be added presently.

The final version of my Bubbl.us presentation for IT780, without sound. A with-sound version will be added presently.

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  • 1. Bubbl.us: Mapping the MIND
    Timothy Dedeaux
    The University of Southern Mississippi
    IT780
  • 2. What iS Concept Mapping?
  • 3. What is Concept Mapping?
    A way to organize information visually
    A way to show hierarchies, categories, and connections
    A tool for brainstorming
    Reference: Dr. Steve Yuen, http://dragon.ep.usm.edu/~yuen/teaching/it365/handouts/concept_mapping.pdf
  • 4. Components of a Concept Map
  • 5. Components of a Concept Map
    Concept Maps are made of Nodes and Links
    Nodes are the Bubbles, Boxes, or Pictures that represent concepts
    Links are the lines that represent connections
    Reference: Dr. Steve Yuen, http://dragon.ep.usm.edu/~yuen/teaching/it365/handouts/concept_mapping.pdf
  • 6. Why Concept Mapping?
    Concept Mapping helps visual learners by allowing them to organize information in the way that they learn: visually!
    Reference: http://www.stanford.edu/dept/SUSE/SEAL/Reports_Papers/Vanides_CM.pdf
  • 7. Why Concept Mapping?
    Concept Mapping helps pre-literate students create stories, organize information, and categorize concepts
    Reference: http://www.stanford.edu/dept/SUSE/SEAL/Reports_Papers/Vanides_CM.pdf
  • 8. Why Concept Mapping?
    Concept Mapping helps students construct their own understanding as they organize information in their own ways
    Reference: http://www.stanford.edu/dept/SUSE/SEAL/Reports_Papers/Vanides_CM.pdf
  • 9. Using Concept Mapping
    Reference: http://www.educationworld.com/a_tech/tech164.shtml
  • 10. Why Concept Mapping?
    Concept Mapping can help students categorize and connect content that could otherwise be overwhelming.
  • 11. Concept Mapping Examples
    In History Class,
    Students could organize the complex web of alliances and family
    ties in Europe just
    prior to World War I
  • 12. Concept Mapping Examples
    In English Class
    Students could map the characters (and their relationships) in a long and difficulty
    play or novel
  • 13. In Science Class
    Students could map the classifications and food chain interactions of different animals
    within a specific
    ecosystem
    Why Concept Mapping?
  • 14. The Bubbl.us Interface
  • 15. Using Bubbl.US
    Bubbles are moved Graphically
    Add new Bubbles with a single click
    Links are drawn automatically
    Easy Menus for Bubble Color, Text Color, Size, etc.
    Screenshots taken from http://bubbl.us/beta
  • 16. Why Bubbl.us?
    Bubbl.us is a powerful tool for concept mapping.
    Bubbl.us is available on any computer with Internet access
    Bubbl.us is free
  • 17. Why Bubbl.us?

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