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Regents' students explore how turbines work

03 March 2014

Scientific models are smaller or larger physical copies of an object which helps our students to understand the structure and function of objects.

  • Year 9 Students at Regents create scientific models

Year 9 students at Regents have been creating models to help their understanding of both energy and space. Scientific modeling is an activity which aims to make a particular part or feature of the world easier to understand – to define, quantify, visualize or simulate.  

In this case, the models were used to help visualise, define and understand renewable energy sources such as wind turbines and water turbines.

This is an abridged version of an article which appear in the latest (Term 2, Edition 3) Secondary School Newsletter.