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Can poor science models still be useful for teaching science?

Written by Ben Newsome on September 11th, 2015.      2 comments

This might be counter-intuitive but sometimes presenting poorly designed scientific models to students can be extremely helpful in allowing students to critically analyse a given topic area. 

This week I was teaching a Stars & Planets workshop to primary school students and we started tearing apart this solar system model...

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Solar system model

Can bad science be good?

 
 

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