Models in Science
About. Models offer a way to advance understanding in science. They help students to 'see' a beating heart or food digestion; the solar system or an ecosystem and they help by visualising abstract ideas such as particle theory or energy transfer. This 3-page guide, 'harvested' from a larger DfES document, begins to classify the models and analogies used around age 13.
|Title||Models in Science|
[[Teaching Approaches/Modelling|Modelling]], [[Teaching Approaches/Visualisation|Visualisation]]
to know examples of models used in science lessons.
|Format / structure|
[[Resources/Science|Science]], [[Resources/Teacher Education|Teacher Education]]
|Age of students / grade|
[[Resources/11-14 years|11-14 years]], [[Resources/Secondary|Secondary]], [[Resources/Higher|Higher]], [[Resources/KS3|KS3]]
|Related ORBIT Wiki Resources|
See other DfEScience(i) resources
|Files and resources to view and download|