Models of Models

Models of Models Hugh Dubberly in Interactions (2009) "Models describe relationships: parts that make up wholes; structures that bind them; and how parts behave in relation to one another." Models bridge the gap between observing and making. Evidence leads to model building. With this acquired sense, we can mold, predict, manipulate the world around us, and eventually …

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Creating Concept Maps

Creating Concept Maps Hugh Dubberly "Concept maps are made up of webs of terms (nodes) related by verbs (links) to other terms (nodes). The purpose of a concept map is to represent (on a single visual plane) a person’s mental model of a concept." How to create a concept map: Create a list of words, …

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Learning How to Learn

Learning How to Learn Joseph D. Novak & D.Bob Gowin Chapter 1. Learning about Learning "We are concerned with educating people and with helping people to learn to educate themselves." Two tools: Concept maps Educational Vee diagrams Chapter 2. Concept Mapping for Meaningful Learning Concept maps showcase relationships between concepts in the form of propositions …

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