Making Dynamic Modeling Accessible to Precollege Science Students
Interactive Learning Environments Volume 4, Number 3, ISSN 1049-4820
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 dynamic models of complex systems using object-oriented and qualitative techniques. Classroom testing with high school students is described. (Author/LRW)
Jackson, S.L. (1994). Making Dynamic Modeling Accessible to Precollege Science Students. Interactive Learning Environments, 4(3), 233.
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