If All Models Are Wrong, Why Do We Use Them?
Modeling is a central practice in science. Yet, models are not the answer to science questions: they are a tool that scientists use to make their thinking visible, advance their understanding of complex systems, and explain phenomena. Models are built using available data, which is always changing, and thus models themselves are always changing. Learn about how scientists use models to answer real-world questions and how that translates to the classroom.
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