What is concept-based curriculum?
Concept-based curriculum (CBC) is an approach to curriculum design that moves away from subject-specific content and instead emphasizes “big ideas” that span multiple subject areas or disciplines.
What are the advantages of concept-based learning?
Concept learning focuses of making sense of facts instead of just stating them. The approach brings complimentary dimensions to thinking and learning. It gives rise to innovation, creativity and better productivity.
What are the concepts of teaching and learning?
Concept of Teaching: Teaching is a set of events, outside the learners which are designed to support internal process of learning. Teaching (Instruction) is outside the learner. Learning is internal to learners. You cannot motivate others if you are not self-motivated.
How do you format a concept map?
5 easy steps for drawing a concept map
- Create a main concept. Whatever medium you choose, the next step is to determine the central idea that you want to detail.
- Identify key concepts. Now that you’ve selected a main concept, the next step is to write down subordinate concepts.
- Organize shapes and lines.
- Fine-tune the map.
Where can I create a mind map?
With Canva’s free online mind map maker, you can easily create a beautiful mind map design. Our team of amazing designers has created professional templates so you can quickly edit and customize. Just choose the perfect template for you, edit the text, and start mapping your way to your next AHA!
What is mind mapping teaching?
A mind map is a learning tool that allows users to create and share visual representations of things like lectures, notes, and research. In fact, mind mapping in education is useful for a wide variety of tasks, and can be easily tailored to the user’s needs.
What are some examples of mind mapping?
To help you get inspired to create your next mind map, we put together this list of 13 mind map examples.
- Brainstorming. Suffering from writer’s block?
- Writing an essay.
- Taking notes.
- Learning a new language.
- Planning an event.
- Organizing information.
- Teaching mind mapping.
- Studying for an exam.