Concept Map versus Mind Map

I had written about maps that I use earlier, in the below presentation I distinguish between Mind Maps and Concept Maps and lay out a simple method based on Crandall, Klein et al’s Working Minds. This activity can be done individually or in groups. The test for checking if you have succeeded in teaching the method would be the following
“without the concept map creator explaining are readers of the map able to get the crux of the domain in focus”
the next level
“after the creator explaining, does that lead to more connections internally on the domain in focus”


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