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MirandaNet Fellowship Casestudy
Introducing ICT-based Multimodal mapping
Eight functions of multimodal mapping
Year of posting: 2007
8 Functions of multimodal mapping:
1. To direct thinking: as a teaching presentation tool, to organise topic coverage and group activities.
2. To stimulate discussion and dialogical learning: to promote speaking and
4. To facilitate higher order thinking: to generate thinking skills through finding relationships and identifying gaps in understanding.
7. As an assessment tool: mapping can provide evidence for formative assessment in assessment for learning activities and as a learning self-evaluation tool in personalised learning.
8. Publication and display: visual and text representations provide a stimulating form of presentation.
Multimodal mapping, graphic representations
How do we use multimodal mapping?
How can we access external and internal representations which indicate quality of learning?
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