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    I had an exciting week working with amazing teachers in the classroom working with the ideas that we learned about on January 15th. I was wondering if there is a model for developing two opposing models. I wonder how important it is that we framed the models correctly or at this point is it more important that we are just exploring the notion of opposing models?


    It’s good to hear people are beginning to experiment. I think that just understanding the idea of models and that people hold different models in their heads, that different models exist is a good starting point. Getting students to recognize their own models is a good place to start. When developing extreme opposing models, I would say that learning to articulate the model – just describing it, without judgement – is a good first step.

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