Since that program is over, I no longer have to collect concept maps and submit them for analysis. I still want to continue having my students do a concept map at the beginning and end of each year, though. I've decided to make a place in our interactive notebooks for students to keep their concept maps. At the beginning of the year, students will make a concept map, glue it in, and seal it shut with a piece of tape. At the end of the year, students will make another concept map and write a reflection over how their view of algebra and mathematics has changed.
To keep these more organized looking, I made templates for two booklet foldables.
I left the subject area blank. You can have students write it in themselves, or you can download the editable Publisher file.
The inside of the booklet foldable has a place for students (or you) to fill in the subject area and lots o blank space to write!
Download the files for these foldables here.