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It's Cool: An Experiment and Modeling Lesson 

Author(s):
Alan Ticotsky, Rob Quaden, & D. Lyneis 
Subject:
Science 

Prepared with the support of the Gordon Stanley Brown Fund. In this lesson, fifth grade students measure, record, and graph the changing temperature of a cooling cup of boiling water. Students then build a simple STELLA model of the system and run further experiments on the model. This lesson introduces students to the concept of feedback in a system dynamics model. 

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Let It Roll! An Interdisciplinary Middle School Math/Science Unit Using a STELLA Model of the Physics of Motion 

Author(s):
Rob Quaden, J. Trierweiler, & D. Lyneis 
Subject:
CrossCurricular 

In this unit eighth graders first conduct a physics of motion laboratory experiment and then try to understand the behavior using model building, math reasoning and scientific reasoning. 

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The In and Out Game: A Preliminary System Dynamics Modeling Lesson 

Author(s):
Alan Ticotsky, Rob Quaden, & D. Lyneis 
Subject:
Implementation 

Prepared with the support of the Gordon Stanley Brown Fund. The In and Out Game is a preliminary system dynamics modeling lesson for kindergarten and primary grade students which is also adapted for use with upper elementary and middle school students. Yo 

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