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Assessment Using Concept Mapping

What are Concept Maps?


A concept map is a diagram with hierarchical nodes, labeled with concepts. The nodes are linked together with directional lines and are arranged from general to specific. For more information on why and how to use concept maps, see Starting Point: Concept Maps.

For step-by-step instructions, further explanation and examples see Classroom Assessment Techniques: Concept Mapping

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