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CIDER Session: Support for Inquiry-based Learning through Visual Tools: Knowledge maps and more

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By Daniel Wilton October 12, 2013 - 1:18pm

11:00 - 12:00, 12 Feb 2014
Dan Wilton

Personalization of learning processes is possible by making use of knowledge mapping as a strategic tool to enhance students' engagement and interest in their own learning processes. Knowledge mapping is defined as the opportunity for students to describe where they are, where s/he would like to be in the knowledge landscape, and identification of knowledge trails, subsequent knowledge hikes and a knowledge relief map of the knowledge terrain. Presenters Ambjorn Naeve and Marti Cleveland-Innes will explore knowledge mapping as it applies to inquiry-based learning.


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