Quick Read: Using concept maps to capture, communicate, construct, and assess knowledge

17 March 2020

Computing is rich with abstract and complex concepts which students need to connect in order to build their understanding. Concept maps are a valuable tool that educators can use to help model connections between ideas.

Concept maps could be presented to learners to convey connections between concepts or created/completed by learners themselves. They can even be used to capture and assess pupil understanding.

You can read more about using concept maps in the classroom in our latest Pedagogy Quick Read and check out our previous Quick Reads here.

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