Curriculum Resources

Below are links to sample courseware developed for use by teachers in Modeling Workshops prior to 2010. Modeling Instruction is a curriculum design, not a curriculum. Thus it is very flexible: adaptable to diverse populations, course levels, grades and content areas.

To see sample mechanics curriculum resources (as of 2017), we suggest that educators visit the AMTA website and click on WHY JOIN. Also, visit the Socratic Brain website and inspect the mechanics coursebook.

2nd Semester Physics

For the Chemistry Storyline and middle school storyline, visit the AMTA website and click on WHY JOIN.

Participants resources is a password-protected folder containing curriculum resources prior to 2010, accessible by Modeling Workshop participants. These materials are available in Microsoft Word and pdf formats. They include:

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This page was last updated on October 25, 2017 by Jane Jackson