In this episode, the instructional designers from CONHI’s Academic Innovation (Jinnette Senecal, Celia Coochwytewa, and Aaron Kraft) discuss the characteristics of concept maps, mind maps, and other forms of information visualization, and consider how they might be implemented in the higher education environment. We then explore the variations in terminology, style, and application tools and strategies.
Resources from the episode:
- What is a Concept Map
- Keeping Students on Board with Concept Maps
- Using Mind Maps as a Teaching and Learning Tool to Promote Student Engagement
- A Comparison Between Concept Maps, Mind Maps, Conceptual Diagrams, and Visual Metaphors as Complementary Tools for Knowledge Construction and Sharing
- Concept Mapping as a Learning Tool in Higher Education: A Critical Analysis of Recent Reviews
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