A concept map is a form of graphic organizer that uses visual representations to assist students learn about new concepts or ideas and their links to existing concepts. These ideas are depicted as boxes or circles with connecting lines that show how they are related. The relationships are defined by the use of connecting words printed on the lines. The majority of idea maps are hierarchical, with related themes branching off from the primary one. They are also adaptable, allowing for modification and the incorporation of new ideas. The link between concepts and ideas, on the other hand, is always the same.