International Peer Reviewed (Refereed), Open Access Research Journal

E-ISSN:2454-9258 | P-ISSN:2454-809X | Estd Year: 2015


Learning & Teaching of Mathematics using Concept Mapping: A Technical Review

Naresh Kumar Seni, Dr. Jaya Kushwah

Vol. 7, Jan-Dec 2021

Page Number: 099-116


The current thesis was performed with the aim of examining how students and teachers in Learning and Teaching of Mathematics using Concept Mapping use it. Experienced professors are often faced with the challenge of presenting courses or content in a way that students understand and enjoy by hands-on instruction. A compromise may be to reduce the amount of instructional material. Unquestionably, changes are needed, not so much in terms of content as in terms of presentation. A description map is a diagram that shows how definitions are related to one another. It is a graphical platform for organizing and visualizing section or theme material. The phrases (concepts) are often written in "balloons," with lines and, if possible, words defining their relationship connecting them. Describe an experiment in which two groups of students were given different directions for creating conceptual maps in this paper. The experiment revealed that concept maps had a broad range of mathematical applications.

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