Concept mapping is a powerful way to demonstrate what you have learned. Unlike a traditional test, which focusses on what you don’t know, a concept map allows teachers to see a snapshot of what you do know. Not only that, but concept maps also enable students to find connections between ideas and articulate relationships and systems.
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After working eleven years as a middle school teacher and instructional technology coach, John Spencer is now a full-time education professor at George Fox University. He is a published author and a startup founder who is passionate about creativity and design thinking. Feel free to contact him if you are interested in bringing in a keynote, session or workshop on technology and authentic assessments