Ontology-based concept   mapping in Plant       SciencesKaty Jordan, Department of Plant             SciencesKate Taylor, ...
How we encountered Threshold Concepts in            Plant Sciences                                        Enhance Student ...
Research Approach                        Identification                        of desirable                        practic...
Interviews with Tutors• To identify successful tutorial activities for each  lecture topic• To highlight areas where extra...
Mapping to Meyer & Land Definition
Threshold concepts identified• Water potential• Electrical potential• Gene for gene hypothesis• Circadian clock• Species a...
Photoprotection
Excess          Production       PSII   CO2                            Light           of ROS           Damage            ...
From concept map to ontology      Photosynthesis                  Photoprotection
From concept map to ontology      Photosynthesis                  Photoprotection
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Ontology-based concept mapping in Plant Sciences

  1. 1. Ontology-based concept mapping in Plant SciencesKaty Jordan, Department of Plant SciencesKate Taylor, Computer Laboratory University of Cambridge
  2. 2. How we encountered Threshold Concepts in Plant Sciences Enhance Student Improve Learning Engage Students Recruitment and Outcomes Better Retention
  3. 3. Research Approach Identification of desirable practicesAnalysis of Developmenteffectiveness of of resourcesinterventions Implementation of resources and practices
  4. 4. Interviews with Tutors• To identify successful tutorial activities for each lecture topic• To highlight areas where extra resources are likely to be useful for students and tutors• To get ideas for new types of resources
  5. 5. Mapping to Meyer & Land Definition
  6. 6. Threshold concepts identified• Water potential• Electrical potential• Gene for gene hypothesis• Circadian clock• Species area curves• Photoprotection
  7. 7. Photoprotection
  8. 8. Excess Production PSII CO2 Light of ROS Damage EnergyMetabolism Limited Chronicof TriosePRUBISCO Photosynthesis Photoinhibition DynamicActivityRuBP PhotosyntheticRegeneration Rate Mid-day PhotoprotectionLeaf Physiological Photorespiration StomataMovement Adaptation Close Non- LAI Sun and Photochemical Water Transpiration Shade Quenching Potential Rate Leaves Change DecreasesChloroplastMovement Reflective Enzymes Carotenoids Xanthophyll Leaves Cycle
  9. 9. From concept map to ontology Photosynthesis Photoprotection
  10. 10. From concept map to ontology Photosynthesis Photoprotection

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