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5.3 EDUCATIONAL SCIENCES, Education, general, including:, *training, *pedagogy, *didactics
Students produce a group concept map (4/group), detailing a food, nutraceutical or pharmaceutical concept. The group decides the choice of content during the initial meetings and storyboarding of the idea(s). The content must address, in some way, a concept related to their course and should be in some way topical. The concept map can contain any form of multimedia (video, sound, audio, animation etc.) but it must be visual, engaging and creative. Supplementary assessment takes the form of an e- portfolio (to assess the journey and process) and a suite of reflective blogs and final reflection (to assess individual contribution).
Ryan, B. (2020) Concept Map, Learning,Teaching & Technology Centre , Technological University Dublin.