Enhancing Teacher Metacognitive Learning to Improve Student Academic Performance
Chapter 5. Articulating the Linking Phrases
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ARTICULATING THE LINKING PHRASES
Conceptual understanding can be expressed through linking phrases in a concept map. The accuracy and precision of these phrases reflect the person’s understanding of the ideas being linked. Examining these characteristics in instructional planning helps teachers check their understanding of the relationships among concepts to better promote student learning. ← 93 | 94 →
In this chapter we shift our focus to the second practice in constructing a concept map for instructional planning. Procedurally this step reflects the addition of linking phrases to the concept map. Conceptually it reflects the articulation of the important relationships within the domain that the students need to understand. This practice elaborates on the big ideas and the planning domain in Danielson’s (2007) framework.
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