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The Personal Concept Map
There are lots of details that make you who you are! Illustrate what those details are with a personal concept map project. After learners view a step-by-step presentation, the follow a rubric to complete a concept map about themselves.
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- Use as an icebreaker in the beginning of the school year
- Have partners interview and complete concepts maps about each other
- Consider replacing the models with your own information
- Includes a rubric
- Helpful way to introduce the idea of concept mapping into the classroom
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