Science Modeling Talks is a podcast series that introduces you to top science Modeling teachers and thought leaders in a relaxed and conversational interview format.In our episodes, you'll hear stories and ideas that help the science education community learn and grow as effective classroom teachers… read more
In this episode, Mark talks with Jeff Steinert, a physics modeler with 24 years of experience with modeling instruction.
They talk about building a storyline for the course and about changing lab activities to better suit the students you have at a given time. They also talk about the way students learn and some of the latest research in science education.
Jeff first became aware of physics education research in 1990. He read about the research, finding topics discussed to be the very topics he found to be most challenging in his own classroom. Jeff was able to be part of a cohort of teachers trained in modeling instruction in 1998 and 1999. He has continued to teach, learn, lead modeling workshops, and modify labs ever since.
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