Free Concept Map Templates for Word, PowerPoint, PDF
Edraw Concept Map Template
Start From Free Edraw Concept Map Template
If you want to use a ready-made template, go to concept map templates page and choose the Concept Map that best suits you. A quality concept map can be easily created by Edraw. It only takes a few seconds to choose a basic template, replace the text, and add the finishing touches.
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Export Concept Map to MS Office Files
Edraw is used as a concept map software coming with ready-made concept map templates that make it easy for anyone to create a beautiful concept map. The concept map templates are easy to use and free. Edraw can also convert all these templates into PowerPoint, PDF or Word templates.
PowerPoint Concept Map Template
Easy to Create Concept Map in PowerPoint
When you complete a concept map in Edraw, one click on the Export button
will transfer your drawing into MS PowerPoint presentation. You need to consider few things when creating a concept map to visualize your business ideas.
View a Simple PowerPoint Concept Map Template
Word Concept Map Template
Personalize your Concept Map and Give it the Look and Feel that You Want
In order to save the template as a design template, you need to download
Edraw and edit it. All templates in the software gallery windows can be easily customzed by changing color, theme and effect.
View a Word Concept Map Template
PDF Concept Map Template
Create Concept Map for PDF
It's just this simple, only clicking on the Export PDF button
will convert your concept map template into PDF.
You can view the PDF Concept Map Template to view the quality.
Use Concept Map in Class
A concept map is a visual organizer that can enrich students' understanding of a new concept. Concept maps can be used when:
- Generate ideas.
- Organize new information.
- Design a complex structure.
- Make meaningful connections between the main idea and other information.
- aid learning by explicitly integrating new and old knowledge.
It is important that teachers spend time introducing younger students to charts and diagrams prior to using this strategy.