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Introduction to model-based teaching and learning in science education

Introduction to model-based teaching and learning in science education,10.1080/095006900416839,International Journal of Science Education,Janice D. Go

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which is normally perceived, or abstract to be rendered either visible or more readily visible (Gilbert, J. 1995). We choose the word ‘system’ because models as representations sometimes add complexity, structure, and a level of explanation that is not inherent in the phenomena itself being described. For example, a model of heating air in a furnace is enriched when a layer of explanation involving molecular motion is added (Brown and Clement 1989). In further elaborating on
Journal: International Journal of Science Education - INT J SCI EDUC , vol. 22, no. 9, pp. 891-894, 2000
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