Using a Group Process Map to Synthesize Learning

Katie Lin Reck, Kristina Rouech, Elizabeth Ann VanDeusen

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Abstract

Educators continually strive for better ways to engage students in course content and reflect on learning. Process maps originate from the business field while concept maps are used across disciplines. We adapted the process map to demonstrate its use as an effective assessment tool. This paper describes the process of implementing Group Process Maps among university students to create a visual image demonstrating student learning. Group Process Maps can be used as an effective assessment tool to emphasize what students learned and which class materials helped them to best accomplish course goals.
Original languageEnglish
JournalThe Clearing House
StateAccepted/In press - 1800

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