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An Innovative Method of Teaching-Learning Strategy to Enhance the Learner's Educational Process: Paradigm Shift from Conventional Approach to Modern Approach by Neurocognitive Based Concept Mapping.

@inproceedings{Ramachandran2014AnIM,
  title={An Innovative Method of Teaching-Learning Strategy to Enhance the Learner's Educational Process: Paradigm Shift from Conventional Approach to Modern Approach by Neurocognitive Based Concept Mapping.},
  author={Sridhar Ramachandran and P. Pandia Vadivu},
  year={2014}
}
This study examines the effectiveness of Neurocognitive Based Concept Mapping (NBCM) on students‟ learning in a science course. A total of 32 grade IX of high school Central Board of Secondary Education(CBSE) students were involved in this study by pre-test and post-test measurements. They were divided into two groups: NBCM group as an experimental group and nonNBCM group as a control group. Both the groups were pre-tested with the basic knowledge on the topics “The fundamental unit of life… 
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