One, Two, Three, Draw!

Drawing ‘integral’ to science learning

“From the notebooks of Faraday and Maxwell to current professional practices of chemists, scientists imagine new relations, test ideas, and elaborate knowledge through visual representations. However, in the science classroom, learners mainly focus on interpreting others’ visualisations.”


Drawing out ideas.

The press release is vague — in physics drawing free-body diagrams is generally taught. That’s an abstraction, though. Maybe they mean something else.

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  1. Euler’s equation unites algebra and analytic geometry. Analog presentation, digital interpretation… then go looking for boundary conditions and footnotes where all the fun hides. They fibbed to you about the one-second pendulum.

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