Concept Mapping reminds me of my high school English class and how my teacher asked us to brainstorm our ideas prior to writing an essay. This simple exercise was useful to clear through our thoughts before committing to carrying out the task of writing.
In the video, Teacher Toolkit: Concept Maps (High School) explain how concept mapping helps explain the relationship between concept and application of the knowledge. Teachers can use this method to:
As an eLearning professional, I have an interest in learning how to design content to be inclusive to all disabilities. My curiosity is sparked with learning disabilities because they are often disabilities that are not visible to an untrained eye. The person with the learning disability itself may or may not know they have a condition or may not be open to expressing it.
According to the Mayo Clinic, 15% of the US population has a learning disability. The following video lists the most common learning disabilities. Click here to view the video.