Using Concept Maps in the Science Classroom

by: Jim Vanides, Yue Yin, Miki Tomita, and Maria Araceli Ruiz-Primo

Create an exciting learning environment and help monitor students’ understanding with the use of concept maps. Concept maps provide a unique graphical view of how students organize, connect, and synthesize information. As a result, concept mapping offers benefits to both students and teachers.


Type Journal ArticlePub Date 7/1/2005Stock # ss05_028_08_27Volume 028Issue 08

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