8 edition of Understanding Models in Earth and Space Science found in the catalog.
October 2003 by National Science Teachers Association .
Written in English
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: Understanding Models in Earth and Space Science (): Gilbert, Stephen W., Ireton, Shirley Watt: BooksCited by: The NSES recommend that models be a focus of instruction--helping students understand the use of evidence in science, make and test predictions, use logic, and assemble their own understanding of how things work.
This book is designed to help earth science educators effectively use models in their by: ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: ix, pages: illustrations ; 26 cm: Contents: Understanding models --Similes, analogies, and metaphors --Concrete models --Mathematical models --Computer technology and modeling --Inquiry and model building --Models and teaching the nature of sibility.
Whether your lessons concern molecules or Mars, Understanding Models in Earth and Space Science offers practical guidance. It’s designed to help you understand the full range of models available to illustrate abstract concepts, demonstrate complex ideas, or teach about things students can’t see.
massive, so we produce scale models. Systems and system models Example found in Earth Science: We create models of Earth’s mantle, to show how convection currents move the magma, acting as a conveyor belt for the Earth’s crust. Understanding this model can show how moving Earth’s crust creates many of the land features we observe.
Understanding models in Earth and space science by Stephen W. Gilbert, Shirley Watt Ireton, OctoberNational Science Teachers Association edition, Paperback in EnglishCited by: Goals of This Book Understanding Models in Earth and Space Science is designed to help the practicing teacher or the preservice teacher recognize and effectively use all types of models with stu-dents.
The chapters begin with a discussion of the most commonly used (and mis-used) models: verbal models. Give your child fun activities to help him Understanding Models in Earth and Space Science book science concepts with the Science: Earth and Space Activity Book.
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