Concept mapping for meaningful learning

According to Novak, concept maps work to make clear to both students and teachers the small number of key ideas they must focus on for any specific learning task. A map can also provide a kind of visual road map showing some of the pathways we may take to connect meaning of concepts in propositions. After a learning task has been completed, concept maps provide a schematic summary of what has been learned.

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