Title

Concept Mapping: A Tool to Support Learning

Authors

Sonya R. Draper

Document Type

Article

Publication Date

2014

Abstract

Concept mapping has been proven to be an exceptional resource for the classroom. This study explored how the use of concept mapping supports the teaching and learning process of students enrolled in a college technology course. Fifty students enrolled in two sections of an Introduction Technology course participated in the study. One section of students received treatment using the concept mapping activities and the others did not. Descriptive statistics were used to report the results for both sections. The results indicate concept mapping does influence student learning.

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