STUDENT ACTIVITY - Modelling animal cells in 3D

STUDENT ACTIVITY - Modelling animal cells in 3D

New Zealand plate boundary models | Sciencelearn Hub

New Zealand plate boundary models | Sciencelearn Hub

In this video clip, Dr Mike Spearpoint from the University of Canterbury talks about using computational modelling to predict fire behaviour – what might happen if a truck caught fire in a tunnel?

In this video clip, Dr Mike Spearpoint from the University of Canterbury talks about using computational modelling to predict fire behaviour – what might happen if a truck caught fire in a tunnel?

STUDENT ACTIVITY - Best base isolator - In this activity, students use a physical model to investigate the effectiveness of different properties for base isolators.

STUDENT ACTIVITY - Best base isolator - In this activity, students use a physical model to investigate the effectiveness of different properties for base isolators.

Great overview for teachers and students about scientific modelling..... (In science, a model is a representation of an idea, an object or even a process or a system that is used to describe and explain phenomena that cannot be experienced directly. Models are central to what scientists do, both in their research as well as when communicating their explanations.....)

Great overview for teachers and students about scientific modelling..... (In science, a model is a representation of an idea, an object or even a process or a system that is used to describe and explain phenomena that cannot be experienced directly. Models are central to what scientists do, both in their research as well as when communicating their explanations.....)

Animation: A model of a beating heart from the Auckland Bioengineering Institute, University of Auckland shows the contraction of the ventricle three-dimensionally and graphically.

Animation: A model of a beating heart from the Auckland Bioengineering Institute, University of Auckland shows the contraction of the ventricle three-dimensionally and graphically.

Article:Our solar system – revolutionary ideas. Since the earliest times, humans have made observations of the night sky. These observations, particularly of the Earth, Moon, Sun and planets (visible to the naked eye), led to the development of models to explain the movement of these natural satellites as seen in the night sky.

Article:Our solar system – revolutionary ideas. Since the earliest times, humans have made observations of the night sky. These observations, particularly of the Earth, Moon, Sun and planets (visible to the naked eye), led to the development of models to explain the movement of these natural satellites as seen in the night sky.

Student Activity - Modelling animal cells in 3D. In this activity, students make 3D models of specialised animal cells, imitating what can be seen under high-resolution microscopes.

Student Activity - Modelling animal cells in 3D. In this activity, students make 3D models of specialised animal cells, imitating what can be seen under high-resolution microscopes.

Student Activity - Scale model for satellite orbits. In this activity, students use a scale model of the Earth and identify altitudes of various satellites. They then use a smaller object on a string to model gravity and satellite motion.

Student Activity - Scale model for satellite orbits. In this activity, students use a scale model of the Earth and identify altitudes of various satellites. They then use a smaller object on a string to model gravity and satellite motion.

Video clip - Dr Mike Spearpoint from the University of Canterbury describes how computer modelling is used to predict what might happen in a fire.

Video clip - Dr Mike Spearpoint from the University of Canterbury describes how computer modelling is used to predict what might happen in a fire.

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