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Modelling

Page history last edited by John Pearce 10 years, 6 months ago
Modelling - Science And ICT
NESIM @ Cousins Pau 5

Modelling through animation and simulation is where ICT can have enormous impact and teaching benefit. Even with the best available tools and good technique, it is difficult for students to see the desired processes much less understand the concepts and interdependencies. Australian schools should check Scootle or NDRL, for an increasing range of resources including animations and simulations.

 

 

 

 There are a number of sites where secondary school teachers can find simulations also including:
 

 

The advent of the Smartphone and tablet has opened up a whole new world of options.

 

Gaming is emerging as a potent way to involve students in making decisions based on science. Games for Science is an evolving example of this genre as is Quest Atlantis. The Games in Education Wikispaces is another great place to find out about games.

 

 

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