This course uses concept map activities on select weeks as a formative assessmen
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This course uses concept map activities on select weeks as a formative assessment tool to help you initiate your engagement with the course material and improve your understanding of that material. The formative assessments are structured to facilitate “active learning,” which integrates course material with the experiences and reflections from you and your classmates.
As discussed in our concept map activity guidelinesPreview the document, our concept map activities call for you to create a diagram that matches different examples of key concepts to empirical observations and distinguishes dissimilar concepts from each other. Examples of concept maps are featured in our concept map activity guidelinesPreview the document, where I drew components of the “sociological imagination” and the “socio-environmental imagination” (see also the week 1 lecture material).
To complete this week’s concept map activity, you are encouraged to use some visualization software on your computer or tablet, such as Microsoft powerpoint, to match different examples of human communities-biophysical environment interrelationships to different conceptualizations of “community” in sociology as featured in the Brint (2001) reading and the week 2 lecture material. Then, you can save and submit your concept map slide/visualization in the following formats for evaluation: .pptx, .ppt, .pdf, .tif, .jpeg. Alternatively, you can manually draw your concept map on a piece of paper and submit a picture of that drawing for evaluation. If you submit such picture, please try to ensure the file format is .tif, .jpeg, or something similar.