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Conceptmapping voor alle leerlingen? : Is er een relatie tussen het citoniveau begrijpend lezen en DLE score en de score op een conceptmap.

Lammers, L. (2016) Conceptmapping voor alle leerlingen? : Is er een relatie tussen het citoniveau begrijpend lezen en DLE score en de score op een conceptmap.

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Abstract:This current research analyzed the relationship between the ability level of reading comprehension, measured with the Cito- and DLE score, and the score on a conceptmap. Earlier results on an conceptmapping task has proved that, in general, making conceptmaps leads to better learning outcomes. A correlational research took place where 62 students from middle school of three different school participated. The students followed two online classes about respectively earthquakes and volcanoes. Pre-post tests were conducted to measure text understanding and knowledge increase following the lessons. De students constructed conceptmaps in the online learning environment. Learning outcomes focused on knowledge increase and text understanding were fixed using pre-post testing and the process through logfiles. The results of multiple regression revealed a significant relationship between the DLE score and the level of a constructed conceptmap. There are differential effects found in this study when it comes to the effectiveness of conceptmapping. Keywords: conceptmapping, elementary education, reading comprehension, ability level
Item Type:Essay (Master)
Faculty:BMS: Behavioural, Management and Social Sciences
Subject:77 psychology
Programme:Psychology MSc (66604)
Link to this item:http://purl.utwente.nl/essays/71561
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