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Interactive Learning Environments

1994 Volume 4, Number 3

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Number of articles: 3

  1. Making Dynamic Modeling Accessible to Precollege Science Students

    Shari L. Jackson

    Discussion of dynamic modeling focuses on the development of a new modeling tool called Model-It which provides intentionally designed scaffolding for learners, enabling them to build and test... More

    pp. 233-57

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  2. Science Research Models Used by High School Students: Comparison of Two Cases

    Compares results of two projects in which high school students manipulated computer models of physical systems derived from current science research. Topics include modeling in science research and... More

    pp. 258-70

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  3. Modeling and Simulation in the Secondary School Curriculum: The Impact on Teachers

    Ellen B. Mandinach & Hugh F. Cline

    Examines how systems thinking, simulation, and modeling affect secondary school teachers' classroom processes. Highlights include a two-dimensional matrix to show patterns of adaptation, teacher... More

    pp. 271-89

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