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Mind/Concept Mapping

Mind/Concept Mapping

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Published by B. Pittman
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Published by: B. Pittman on Nov 15, 2013
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Dr. Barbara L. Pittman
Approaches to Teaching and Learning 
What does it look like in practice?
In the classroom, mind mapping can be used by students for taking class notes, outlining research projects, and presenting research results. The ease with which map elements and relationship lines can be moved to indicate relationships allows for changes in understanding and meaning to be quickly represented. Instructors can use maps to present comple concepts and even as visual guides to assignments or to course organi!ation. "nything that can be put into outline form can be epressed in a map, and some mapping software can turn your maps into traditional outlines.
Mind/Concept Mapping
What is it?
" mind or concept map is a graphic representation of material#ideas, tasks, words#organi!ed in a pattern around a central topic or idea. The process and resulting maps provide users with a visual representation of the relationships between ideas and perhaps a different understanding of a larger concept. $ind mapping software looks like many graphic design editors with a canvas on which to create the map and a variety of tool options in sidebars. %olor and shape choices are common tools that can be used to highlight map organi!ation.
&ow does such a tool 't into my course?
(tudents can create a research proposal in the form of a map, with branches for each section and elaborated eplanations
)roups can use the map concept to design a presentation, such as a *re!i, that bene'ts from showing relationships
Instructors can use un'lled maps as review devices where students 'll in the missing pieces
(ee eamples on page two of other map uses
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