Using Concept Maps in the Science Classroom

This article discusses using concept maps in the classroom with an example for a unit on density and buoyancy. This is an article that explains how to use concept maps in the science classroom. There is an example included for a unit on density and buoyancy that incorporates matter.

Standards & Objectives

Academic standards
GLE 0807.9.2
Explain that matter has properties that are explained by the structure and arrangement of its atoms.
 
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