Supporting the Learning Process with Collaborative Concept Mapping Using Computer-based Communication Tools and Processes
Educational Research and Evaluation Volume 7, Number 2, ISSN 1380-3611
Studied the effects of a combination of student collaboration, concept mapping, and electronic technologies with 26 students in a graduate level learning theories class. Findings suggest that concept mapping and collaborative learning techniques complement each other, and that students found the combined approach useful. (SLD)
De Simone, C., Schmid, R.F. & McEwen, L.A. (2001). Supporting the Learning Process with Collaborative Concept Mapping Using Computer-based Communication Tools and Processes. Educational Research and Evaluation, 7(2), 263.
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