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that which exists in the mind as the product of careful mental activity

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The joint operating concept writing teams require a detailed understanding of how each of the 4+1 challenges affects national objectives, military capabilities, operational concepts, socioeconomic trends, and threat perceptions from today through 2035.
To maintain competitive overmatch, the family of joint concepts must lead the Services' concept and capability development processes by providing a single standard for how the future joint force must operate.
In 2017, Concept enhanced its business offerings in the following areas:
• Website - Launched www.ConceptLTD.com, the new website which showcases the Concept brand, client testimonials, blog, and key service offerings.
Keywords: Concept map, Teaching tool, Classroom teaching, Assessment
Concept mapping approach comes under constructivism approach as described in David Ausubel's Assimilation theory of cognitive learning that focuses on increasing significant learning by students.
"The concept map is a device for representing the conceptual structure of a discipline in two dimensions.
To make a concept map students start by developing a list of concepts words.
The current paper discusses daily living skills with respect to self concept of Children with Special Needs under study.
* To study the self concept and daily living skills of visually impaired children studying in inclusive schools.
An overlapping concept is one that resides in two or more partial-areas within the same area.
* To identify the difference in test anxiety and self concept among male and female prospective teachers.
Scheirer and Kraut (1999) emphasized on multi- dimensional characteristic of self-concept and emphasized that self- concept should not conceptualized as a simple phenomenon.