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Wednesday, November 29, 2006

Concept Mapping

A few of the pupils in the Math class have been revising some work before sitting their level D test again .... so we've all been thinking about fractions, percentages and decimals.

While I worked with the smaller group, I asked the rest of the class to help me with my Charter Teacher studies by producing their own Concept Maps to show the link between these three areas. None of us have made Concept Maps, but the pupils kindly agreed to help me with my studies. I've included a selection of the concepts maps that were made today. You can click on the pictures to make them bigger.

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dingwallvideos said...

What an excellent way to show the relationship between all these concepts.
Do the children think it helped their understanding?

Mrs N, Dingwall Primary

Anonymous said...

thank you for putting my concept map on the blog i worked hard to make it look nice and i took ages to work out every way the lines could go. i understood concept maps when u first explained them and i found the cat and dog example really easy but then i had to think hard when we got the maths one. i told my dad when i came home. thanks for putting mine on the blog bye!!!!