Handbook of Research on Collaborative Learning Using Concept Mapping (Google eBook)

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Rita de Cássia Veiga Marriott, Patricia Lupion Torres
Idea Group Inc (IGI), Aug 1, 2007 - Computers - 548 pages
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Educators are now seeking new methodologies to respond to the demand for personal education and knowledge acquisition and production. Concept mapping, a powerful learning and teaching technique, provides these educators with new methods that are beginning to be implemented at all educational levels in many institutions worldwide. The Handbook of Research on Collaborative Learning Using Concept Mapping presents innovative educational and learning models that meet current complex educational demands, providing educators and teachers, as well as researchers, tutors, and students with a comprehensive understanding of the current research and trends of both theory and pedagogy in e-learning, involving collaborative learning and concept mapping. Compiling authoritative studies from an interdisciplinary network of education and instructional technology experts, this reference collection is essential to academic and research libraries and to a full range of stakeholders in the research and practice domains of education.
  

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Contents

A Collaborative Learning ApproachUsing Concept Maps
1
Collaborative Learningand Concept Mapping forLanguage Teaching
13
The Contributions Made by OnlinePortfolios and Cognitive Mapping
35
Eliciting Thinking Skillswith Inquiry Maps in CLE
52
Concept Maps as a Tool forPromoting Online CollaborativeLearning in Virtual Teamswith PreService Teachers
81
Factors Influencing IndividualConstruction of Knowledgein an Online Communityof Learning and InquiryUsing Concept Maps
100
Distance Collaboration withShared Concept Maps
120
The Use of Concept Mappingand Collaborative Learning inFacetoFace Situations
151
A Road to EmpoweringStudents in Classrooms
283
Mapping Conceptswith Fisherfolk
301
Using Concept Mapping toImprove the Quality of Learning
316
Concept Maps and ConceptualChange in Physics
337
Using Concept Maps toAssess Individuals andTeams in CollaborativeLearning Environments
358
The Use of Concept Mappingand Collaborative Learning atPreSchool Primary andSecondary Schools
382
Enhancing AutonomyActive Inquiry and MeaningNegotiation in PreschoolConcept Mapping
383
Consensual Concept Maps inEarly Childhood Education
410

Leveraging Concept Mapping andCognitive Flexibility Theory
152
Teaching Critical Thinking andTeam Based Concept Mapping
171
Intersubjective MeaningMaking in Dyads using ObjectTyped Concept Mapping
187
Collaborative Learning byDeveloping LbD Using ConceptMaps and Vee Diagrams
215
A Systematic Review ofResearch on CollaborativeLearning with Concept Maps
238
Exploring Semiotic Approachesto Analysing MultidimensionalConcept Maps Using Methodsthat Value Collaboration
256
Concept Maps andMeaningful Learning
430
Elements Supporting Literacy and Learning
449
Compilation of References
474
About the Contributors
510
Index
518
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