In Making Sense of SCIENCE courses, models play a key role in the learning process. Teachers use multiple models and discuss the advantages and limitations of each, including the misconceptions they promote and those that they help to clarify. This furthers teachers’ own understanding and informs their choices about which models to use with students.
For related classroom resources, visit our Teacher Resources page and download the Types of Models handout and the Blood Cell Lineage and Differentiation Diagrams.
Making Sense of SCIENCE also offers a half-day workshop on Models and Modeling. Visit the Register page for a list of upcoming workshops.