Science Literacy & Concept Mapping. Sue Klemmer Cosee 9/25/2010. Sue Klemmer Camden Hills Regional High School 25 Keelson Drive Rockport, ME 04856 (207)236-7800 ext 317 [email protected],net http://klemmer-science.wikispaces.com /. Mapping for Myself.
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Sue Klemmer Cosee 9/25/2010
If you really want students to learn how to make concept maps …
then you have to be willing to take the time to teach them how.
Can you spot the misconception?
Can you spot the missed concept?
Can you spot the SAME missed concept?
PARTIALLY MEETS STANDARDS:
Maps partially meet the standards when they show limited comprehension of vocabulary from context (reading) or limited demonstration of application or analysis (HOTS).
DOES NOT MEET STANDARDS:
Maps do not meet the standards when they show lack of comprehension of vocabulary from context (reading) or demonstrates little/no evidence of application or analysis (HOTS) or lack of understanding of concept mapping.