Studies have shown that concept mapping in higher education promotes novel problem–solving abilities, decreases students′ anxiety levels, improves attitudes toward content, and raises scores. This is the first book intended to help faculty actually put concept mapping to use in classrooms and make the most of this powerful teaching and learning tool. Taking a practical, multidisciplinary approach and combining it with accessible explanations of the theoretical foundation, Concept Mapping is an essential resource for current and aspiring professors across all types of disciplines and institutions.
- 640 Pages
- Region: Global