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Evolution, Natural Selection and Speciation part of Conceptual Models:Conceptual Models Examples
In this out of class tutorial, students explore several examples of natural selection and speciation.
Translation simulation part of Conceptual Models:Conceptual Models Examples
This module introduces students to the basics behind translation of a messenger RNA sequence into protein. In addition to text and movies, there are interactive shockwave animations that allow students to move ribosomes and tRNAs to perform translation.
Blue Skies & Sunsets part of Conceptual Models:Conceptual Models Examples
This conceptual model explains why skies are blue and sunsets are red.
Conceptual Model Examples part of Conceptual Models
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Empty Page part of Conceptual Models
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How to Use Conceptual Models part of Conceptual Models
Conceptual Models are great to use when introducing a topic. Get students interactively involved with the creation, evaluation, and refinement of conceptual models. Ask questions that guide them in the development ...
Why Use Conceptual Models? part of Conceptual Models
It is important for students to begin learning how to develop conceptual models of how things work for several reasons: Development of conceptual models is first step in developing more detailed quantitative ...
What Are Conceptual Models? part of Conceptual Models
Created by Bob MacKay, Clark College People receive information, process this information, and respond accordingly many times each day. This sort of processing of information is essentially a conceptual model (or ...