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    Concept Map Tool Analysis

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    This concept map tool was revised from a research outcome by Chang, Sung & Chen (2001) and was used for evaluating the empirical student-created concept maps by Chang and colleague in 2005. The tool assigned weights to the relationship links between the nodes and integrated weighted concept maps into the assessment criteria, so as to help provide a quantitative analysis to display the various learning states of students. The scholars proposed that the learning states contained: 1) a proposition was learned; 2) a proposition was partially learned; 3) a proposition was not learned; 4) a proposition was misunderstood (Chang et al., 2005). The shortcoming of the tool was that it did not provide a complete report function and the task format…

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    Weighted Concept Maps

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    The referent-based method, focusing on comparing the student map with a criterion, has been used in related studies and the research results indicate it is valid and reliable, but this method does not pay attention to the degree of importance of different propositions, and assumes that all of the propositions in a student-created concept map are equally important, which is not always true in reality. Weighted concept maps were created for scoring the degree of importance of different…

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    Concept Maps

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    Discussion The current review showed that concept mapping, as a teaching strategy, has a worthy outcomes in nursing education. These findings could provide valuable evidences to integrate concept mapping as a continuous teaching strategy in nursing educational programs. This review revealed that students who participated in concept mapping sessions are likely to be more active and independent learners. Hill (2006) found in here study that concept maps incorporating self-learning techniques and…

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    Concepts Of Map Scale

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    Question 2: Map scale is the ratio of the straight line distance between any two points on a map to the straight line distance between the same two points on the earth’s surface. Now when looking at map scale there a few concepts for instance, ratio (representational fraction) scale is a concept of map scale. Ratio scale is always neutral in the scale measurement used on the map. So when looking at a map scale of 1:50 000 it means that 1 unit of measurement on the map is equal to 50 000 of the…

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    started to use open mind map to analyse the project. A mind map is a diagrammatic representation of varied elements that relate to a particular subject. Mind maps are used for solving problems, for creating to-do-list for, promoting creative ideas, and for discussing different elements of the project planning stage. This made me more organised because I knew the things I would need to add. Moreover, using open minds meant that I could make use of colours, image, and symbols to organise…

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    (2009), the starting point for selecting high-quality curricular content is the disciplines themselves. The curriculum should emphasize knowledge as a whole and be organized around a few core ideas at the heart of the discipline. The heart of this third grade science unit is the concept of adaptation. By using a concept map and organizational strategies to teach vital process skills, students gain a solid foundation for the habits of mind utilized by professionals in the field of zoology and…

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    Patient-Focused Concept Map Introduction M.P. is a 42-year-old male patient admitted on 2/22/2016 for infected stage IV decubitus ulcers, and penile deformity caused by urethral erosion from indwelling catheter. Patient is also anemic, and is on isolation precaution due to MRSA, staphylococcus aureus, and Escherichia coli infections. M.P. is a homeless paraplegic with double above the knee amputations (due to a motor vehicle accident in 2013) with an opiate addiction suffering from severe…

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    This concept map illustrates a structure for educational leadership within a school. It has been constructed to respond to a focus question “What should effective school leadership involve?” The segments of this concept map have similarities and links that are important to painting a complete picture of effective school leadership, as these structures and concepts cannot be effective in isolation (Marzano, Walters and McNulty, 2005). Overall this concept map demonstrates the importance of…

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    Mental Health Concept Map

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    The topics that we both chose to do a concept map on are similar. My topic was talking about mental health patient and your topic talks about substance abuse patients and patients that are in an abusive relationship. Unfortunately, substance abuse and mental health sometimes co-exist, sometimes patient have dual diagnosis. According to an encyclopedia entry on co-occurring disorders a patient that is “diagnosed with a substance abuse disorder are twice as likely to also have serious mental…

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    How does my concept map represent ‘How to make Gold Coast City Sustainable?’ My conceptual map was constructed to represent the notion of ‘hope’. An idea of hope for the future of the Gold Coast city through improved sustainable practises. My aim was to shift focus away from the focus of the ‘Triple Bottom Line’ that is traditionally the concentration of sustainability. In order for the Gold Coast to truly become a sustainable city integration, innovation and new age thinking are required to…

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