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This is the web site home for the American Modeling Teachers Association, and organization run by and for teachers who use modeling instruction in their classroom. Modeling instruction organizes science content around a small number of of scientific models, and uses a structured inquiry approach to teaching science content and skills.

This web site includes information about the Association, Modeling workshops, and discussions regarding science education. Members of the AMTA have access to Modeling teaching resources.
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inquiry, modeling community
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Metadata instance created March 20, 2013 by Bruce Mason
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(American Modeling Teachers Association, Tempe, 2011), WWW Document, (http://modelinginstruction.org).
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American Modeling Teachers Association (American Modeling Teachers Association, Tempe, 2011), <http://modelinginstruction.org>.
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American Modeling Teachers Association. (2013, March 15). Retrieved September 2, 2014, from American Modeling Teachers Association: http://modelinginstruction.org
Chicago Format
American Modeling Teachers Association. American Modeling Teachers Association. Tempe: American Modeling Teachers Association, March 15, 2013. http://modelinginstruction.org (accessed 2 September 2014).
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American Modeling Teachers Association. Tempe: American Modeling Teachers Association, 2011. 15 Mar. 2013. 2 Sep. 2014 <http://modelinginstruction.org>.
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American Modeling Teachers Association:

Is Based On Modeling Instruction Program

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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