Handbook Of Research On Collaborative Learning Using Concept Mapping

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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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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781599049922
  • Publisher: IGI Global
  • Publication date: 10/12/2010
  • Pages: 548
  • Product dimensions: 8.50 (w) x 11.00 (h) x 1.19 (d)

Table of Contents

Ch. 1 LOLA: A Collaborative Learning Approach Using Concept Maps 1

Ch. 2 Collaborative Learning and Concept Mapping for Language Teaching 13

Ch. 3 The Assessment of Interactive Learning: The Contributions Made by Online Portfolios and Cognitive Mapping 35

Ch. 4 Eliciting Thinking Skills with Inquiry Maps in CLE 52

Ch. 5 Concept Maps as a Tool for Promoting Online Collaborative Learning in Virtual Teams with Pre-Service Teachers 81

Ch. 6 Factors Influencing Individual Construction of Knowledge in an Online Community of Learning and Inquiry Using Concept Maps 100

Ch. 7 Distance Collaboration with Shared Concept Maps 120

Ch. 8 Collaborative Learning: Leveraging Concept Mapping and Cognitive Flexibility Theory 152

Ch. 9 Teaching Critical Thinking and Team Based Concept Mapping 171

Ch. 10 Intersubjective Meaning-Making in Dyads Using Object-Typed Concept Mapping 187

Ch. 11 Collaborative Learning by Developing (LbD) Using Concept Maps and Vee Diagrams 215

Ch. 12 A Systematic Review of Reserch on Collaborative Learning with Concept Maps 238

Ch. 13 Exploring Semiotic Approaches to Analysing Multidimensional Concept Maps Using Methods that Value Collaboration 256

Ch. 14 Expanded Collaborative Learning and Concept Mapping: A Road to Empowering Students in Classrooms 283

Ch. 15 Mapping Concepts with Fisherfolk 301

Ch. 16 Using Concept Mapping to Improve the Quality of Learning 316

Ch. 17 Concept Maps and Conceptual Change in Physics 337

Ch. 18 Using Concept Maps to Assess Individuals and Teams in Collaborative Learning Environments 358

Ch. 19 Enhancing Autonomy, Active Inquiry and Meaning Negotiation in Preschool Concept Mapping 383

Ch. 20 Consensual Concept Maps in Early Childhood Education 410

Ch. 21 Concept Maps and Meaningful Learning 430

Ch. 22 Concept Mapping and Formative Assessment: Elements Supporting Literacy and Learning 449

Compilation of References 474

Index 518

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