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* What do you know about models?
 
* What do you know about models?
  
Unit 2:  [[Models as a teaching/instructional tool]]
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Unit 2:  [[Models as a Teaching/Instructional tool]]
  
Unit 3:  [[The benefits of implementing models ]]
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Unit 3:  [[The Benefits of Implementing Models ]]
 
* What the research says
 
* What the research says
  
Unit 4:  [[Techniques to implement a model effectively]]
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Unit 4:  [[Techniques to Implement a Model Effectively]]
  
Unit 5:  [[Examples of effective models]]
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Unit 5:  [[Examples of Effective Models]]
 
* Working model hearts: Building artificial hearts to learn about circulatory system physiology
 
* Working model hearts: Building artificial hearts to learn about circulatory system physiology
 
* Trigonometry with a Ferris Wheel
 
* Trigonometry with a Ferris Wheel
 
 
  
 
=='''Navigating'''==
 
=='''Navigating'''==

Revision as of 16:25, 9 March 2010

Models: an Instructional Tool

Unit 1: Activating Prior Knowledge

  • What do you know about models?

Unit 2: Models as a Teaching/Instructional tool

Unit 3: The Benefits of Implementing Models

  • What the research says

Unit 4: Techniques to Implement a Model Effectively

Unit 5: Examples of Effective Models

  • Working model hearts: Building artificial hearts to learn about circulatory system physiology
  • Trigonometry with a Ferris Wheel

Navigating

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