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Concept mapping

Learn how to use concept maps for brainstorming, collaborating, teaching, and writing.

Using concept maps to support student learning

Using concept maps for assessment

Concept maps in the classroom

From Kathy Schrock

From NspireD2:

From the University of Waterloo:

Additional resources

Frisendal, T. (2012). How to Do Concept Mapping. In Design Thinking Business Analysis (pp. 61–80). Springer Berlin Heidelberg.
 
Kane, M. (2007). Concept mapping for planning and evaluation. Thousand Oaks, Calif. ; London: SAGE.
 
Popova-Gonci, V., & Lamb, M. C. (2012). Assessment of Integrated Learning: Suggested Application of Concept Mapping to Prior Learning Assessment Practices. The Journal of Continuing Higher Education, 60(3), 186–191. doi:10.1080/07377363.2012.726175.
 
Villalón, J. J., & Calvo, R. A. (2011). Concept maps as cognitive visualizations of writing assignments. Educational Technology & Society, 14(3), 16-27.