• 建模工作坊:台灣

    Modeling Workshop: Taiwan

    July 1-2, 2017

     

     

    工作坊地點:國立臺灣師範大學公館校區 臺北市汀州路四段88號 (科教大樓2樓SE204室)

    All Day @ National Taiwan Normal University Gongguan Campus 88 Tingzhou Road Sec. 4, Taipei City.(Science Education Building 2F SE204 Room)

  • 工作坊說明Workshop Info

    開發及運用系統動態模型

    Developing and Using System Dynamic Models

    Joe Krajcik, CREATE for STEM, Michigan State University

    Ann Novak, Greenhills Schools, Ann Arbor, MI

     

     

    建模對科學知識的追求是必要的,因此建模在不同科學領域中成為主要的實作方法。科學家運用模型進行預測及解釋現象,以說明現象中可預測或因果敘述之變數間的關係。隨著數據的累積,科學家持續地開發、測試、評估,和精緻化模型。在此工作坊中,Krajcik教授與Novak博士將為您介紹一種稱為SageModeler的系統動態建模工具,這是一種學生能夠用來建構許多科學現象模型的靈活工具(如氣候改變與水質等)。SageModeler能提供學習鷹架,讓中學到大學的學生可以經由設計、建造、測試及修正模型來進行系統思考。在為期兩日的工作坊期間,您將會認識建模實作,並將以SageModeler建造、測試、修正及分享模型。您也將開始研發融入模型建造實作的課程,以運用於您的教學中。Concord Consortium與密西根州立大學開發的SageModeler是一個免費,開放原始碼的工具,可在https://concord.org/projects/building-models下載。SageModeler亦有中文版。

     

    Modeling is essential in the pursuit of scientific knowledge and, as such, is a central practice used across the science disciplines. Scientists use models to predict and explain phenomena by expressing relationships between variables that provide a predictive or causal account of the phenomenon. Scientists continually develop, test, evaluate, and refine models as more data is gathered. In this workshop, Drs. Krajcik and Novak will introduce you to a system-dynamic modeling tool, SageModeler, that allows students to construct dynamic models. SageModeler is a flexible tool that students can use to model a wide variety of phenomena including climate change and water quality. SageModeler scaffolds learning so that students, beginning in middle school but advancing to college level, can engage in systems thinking through designing, building, testing and revising models. During this 2-day workshop you will be introduced to the modeling practice, and will build, test, revise and share models using SageModeler. You will also begin to develop curriculum materials that incorporate the practice of model building that you can use in your own teaching. SageModeler, developed by researchers at the Concord Consortium and Michigan State University is a free, opensource tool available at https://concord.org/projects/building-models. A Chinese version of SageModeler is available.

     

  • 學者簡介Biography

    Joseph Krajcik

    Joseph Krajcik serves as Director of the Institute for Collaborative Research in Education, Assessment, and Teaching Environments for Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (CREATE for STEM) and is the Lappan-Phillips Professor of Science Education in the College of Natural Science at Michigan State University (MSU). Throughout his career he has focused on improving the teaching and learning of science by designing, developing, implementing and testing innovative environments that match what is known about the how students learn. He served as the lead writer of the Physical Science Design Team to develop the Next Generation Science Standards and as the head of the design team for the physical science core ideas in the Framework for K – 12 Science Education. Joe has authored and co-authored curriculum materials, books, software, and over 100 manuscripts, and makes frequent presentations at international, national and regional conferences. Before earning his doctorate, Joe was a high school chemistry and physical science teacher.

    Ann Novak

    Ann Novak has been a middle level science teacher for over 20 years. Her passion is to engage learners in similar experiences as scientists and to empower students to view themselves as global citizens who have responsibility to take positive action to contribute to a sustainable earth. When possible, she takes her students to the science where they explore authentic questions that investigate phenomena in order to develop understanding of the natural world in which they live. Her students construct models and scientific explanations to help them understand and explain phenomena. Over the last many years, Ann has presented at various conferences including NARST, ESERA and NSTA, has been involved in writing and field testing various curricula materials, and has published several articles and chapters. She received her PhD in Science Education in 2015 from Curtin University in Perth, Australia. Her PhD study focused on how to support students in developing useable knowledge of fresh water systems through building a more sophisticated evidence-based explanation of water quality over time.

  • 工作坊議程WorkShop Program

    地點: 科教大樓2樓SE204室

    All Day @ Science Education Building 2F SE204 Room

    Saturday, July 1

    09:00-09:30

    工作坊目的介紹

    Introductions Goals of workshop

     

    09:30 - 10:00

    Title: Introduce Modeling.

     

    10:00 - 10:30

    Title: Introduce SageModeler - non-science example.

     

    10:30 - 10:45

    茶敘(Tea Time)

     

    10:45 -11:15

    Introduce water quality – background.

    Generate water quality measures and relationships.

     

    11:15 - 12:00

    Pairs work to build water quality models. Each person with own computer but talking together(Share in small groups if time).

     

    12:00 -13:00

    午餐(lunch)

     

    13:00 - 13:45

    Large group share, a couple groups share – run/explain model.

     

    13:45 - 14:45

    Title: Share 7th grade water quality models: classroom use and research

     

    14:45 - 15:00

    茶敘(Tea Time)

     

    15:00 - 16:00

    Large discussion: What are some possibilities for constructing models in your curriculum? What areas are rich in causal relationships? What types of systems can be modeled?

    • Small groups – group by content area
    • Generate ideas for model building
    • Share ideas

     

    16:00 - 16:30​

    Tomorrow’s plan: Build models of something that you can incorporate into your teaching

    Sunday, July 2

    09:00-09:15

    議程簡述

    Intro to the day

     

    09:15 - 09:45

    Participants share ideas for models

     

    09:45 - 10:45

    Participants work on curriculum and models

     

    10:45 - 11:00

    茶敘(Tea Time)

     

    11:00 - 12:00

    Participants share and discuss curriculum ideas and share models with one other group to receive feedback.

     

    12:00-13:00

    午餐(lunch)

     

    13:00 - 14:00

    Participants continue to work on curriculum materials

     

    14:00 - 15:00

    Gallery walk to share models and receive feedback

     

    15:00 - 15:15

    茶敘(Tea Time)

     

    15:00 - 16:15

    Advanced features

     

    16:15 - 16:30

    Closing remarks

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