Concept Mapping and Education
Ullah, AMM Sharif (editor)
The assimilation theory of verbal learning leads to meaningful learning wherein the learning outcomes take the form of concept maps—networks of some selected linguistic expressions and concepts. Concept-map-based education helps avoid rote learning, prepare content for effective on-ground and e-learning, and measure learning outcomes at the course, program, and institutional levels. As a result, it has been used at school, college, university, and professional levels. This book consists of five selected articles, providing insights into concept-map-based education, and will benefit students, teachers, and education managers.
Keywordsconcept map; concept tree; accounting theory; accounting education; curriculum development; semantic density; semantic gravity; Legitimation Code Theory; expertise; theory-practice; concept mapping; salutogenesis; pedagogic health; academic development; teaching; creative imagination; drawing; storytelling; primary education; psychometric analysis; learning; semantic web; knowledge representation; epistemology; n/a
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Publication date and placeBasel, Switzerland, 2020
History of engineering & technology