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19 - Changing Hats: Using Graphic Organizers to Promote Understanding 
October 27, 2011   11:15am - 12:30pm
Total Credits:
0.10 CH  

Students should be engaged when they are reading text in a college. This means that they are active learners and making connections with the text in order to comprehend. Research supports the use of graphic organizers and concept maps as a way to scaffold learning from text. They are a visual and graphic display that shows the relationships between facts, terms and/or ideas. Using graphic organizers and concepts maps supports the students who struggle with reading assignments.

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