Context Map: A Method to Represent the Interactions Between Students' Learning and Multiple Context Factors Documents
Context Map: A Method to Represent the Interactions Between Students' Learning and Multiple Context Factors
Gyoungho Lee and
In previous research, researchers have identified a wide range of context factors that could affect student learning, either independently or in combination. However, it is less clear how specific context factors may affect student learning or interact among themselves. To investigate this issue, we developed a tool called context map that provides a graphical representation of the effects and interactions of multiple context factors. We will show examples and discuss the implications of this method for research and instruction.
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Published August 7, 2002
Last Modified March 30, 2009
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