In conjunction with Arizona Project WET, the Water Sustainability Program, and UA’s Water Resources Research Center, DCDC hosted 35 teachers at the eighth annual workshop. The theme of this year’s workshop was, “Using Models to Simplify the Complex Interactions of Water in the Valley.”
Educators joined us to enhance their knowledge about how scientists and engineers develop and use models to solve problems and ask questions about water in the city. After completing this workshop educators understood how:
- models are used to explain phenomena, analyze systems, and solve problems
- decision-makers deal with uncertainty in models
- modeling is an iterative process
- to use modeling in your classroom
Workshop materials are available here.