Using Concept Mapping to Uncover Students' Knowledge Structures of Chemical Bonding Concepts.

@inproceedings{Burrows2015UsingCM,
  title={Using Concept Mapping to Uncover Students' Knowledge Structures of Chemical Bonding Concepts.},
  author={Nikita L. Burrows and Suazette Reid Mooring},
  year={2015}
}
General chemistry is the first undergraduate course in which students further develop their understanding of fundamental chemical concepts. Many of these fundamental topics highlight the numerous conceptual interconnections present in chemistry. However, many students possess incoherent knowledge structures regarding these topics. Therefore, effective assessments are needed to identify these interconnections. The use of concept-mapping and think-aloud interviews to investigate the knowledge… CONTINUE READING

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