An integrative learning concept map is a diagram that shows the relationships between different sets of ideas. As the below integrative learning concept map diagram suggests that every concept map should have two key elements: concepts, which are typically represented by circles, ovals, boxes, or nodes, and relationships, which are represented by arrows that connect the concepts, and the arrows often include a connecting word or verb. These arrows are called "cross-links." You can use EdrawMax Online to create an integrative learning concept map diagram for your project. It should be noted here that integrative learning is an approach where the learner brings together prior knowledge and experiences to support new knowledge and experiences.