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Arizona State University's modeling instruction and software development research.
This approach to reform of curriculum design and teaching methodology has been guided by a Modeling Theory of Physics Instruction.
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curriculum design, curriculum development, leadership workshops, professional development, workshops
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Modeling Instruction Program:

Is the Basis For American Modeling Teachers Association

The AMTA has grown out of the research and development work started by the Modeling Instruction Program and Arizona State University.

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