Attitudes to concept maps as a teaching/learning activity in undergraduate health professional education: influence of preferred approach to learning.

@article{Laight2006AttitudesTC,
  title={Attitudes to concept maps as a teaching/learning activity in undergraduate health professional education: influence of preferred approach to learning.},
  author={David W. Laight},
  journal={Medical teacher},
  year={2006},
  volume={28 2},
  pages={e64-7}
}
Pre-prepared concept maps that organise knowledge in a non-linear fashion appeal to a variety of cognitive learning styles and may thus represent an educational tool that supports 'teaching to all types'. However, another central cognitive factor, learning approach, may have a bearing on student take-up of this learning resource. Student attitudes to pre-prepared concept maps introduced in Stage 2 MPharm and BSc Pharmacology lectures were therefore examined in relation to the principal learning… CONTINUE READING
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