First cognitive map by the PECUS partnership!

This cognitive map is one of the outcomes of the first teachers’ workshop organised within the activities of the Erasmus+ PECUS project.
The map shows the interactions among factors contributing to the conservation of traditional pastoral landscapes, according to the participants’ knowledge and experiences.
Plus and minus signs indicate whether the interactions are positive (direct proportionality) or negative (indirect proportionality), while arrow widths illustrate stronger or weaker interactions.
The Mental Modeler software was used for editing the map.

May 28, 2020


For info and comments please write to:

Ms. Josefina Lopez Galdeano
(Universidad Pablo De Olavide):

Mr. Flavio Camerata