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Thursday, August 02, 2018

Sero! Concept Mapping for Learning and Knowledge Assessment

Brought my attention by Brian Moon,  a knowledge design practitioner we have worked with.  I am a longtime proponent of concept mapping, we developed thousands.  Can this finally be a way to efficiently use such mapping to learn and analyze.?  Can it convert concept maps into knowledge maps, or at least their skeletal infrastructure?   Linking to process modeling?  Will be taking a deeper look:

Introducing Sero!, a concept mapping-based platform for learning and knowledge assessment.

We are harnessing the power of concept mapping to move well beyond outmoded assessments, exercising holistic and higher order thinking skills for formative and summative assessments. See what we're up to at https://www.serolearn.com. And take a sneak peek under the hood on our Assessor and Taker instructional pages.

Register today for your Individual, School, District, HigherEd, or Corporate account.

Our goal is to bring the power of Sero! to everyone who needs to conduct assessments, so we're priced by size and type of organization. Review our plans at https://www.serolearn.com/register. And register today to accelerate your deeper knowledge assessment.

Register for Sero!
Want to explore even deeper?
To introduce Sero!, we are offering a series of 30-minute webinars throughout August. RSVP here to get the login and dial-in information. Then listen in, get the tour and ask questions. And stay till the end to get your 25% discount coupon!
https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/SeroWebinar  .... "

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