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Mon. 28 November 2016, 10:00 am – 4:00 pm AEDT
Introduction to creating classroom materials using Wolfram SystemModeler
Jan Brugard from Wolfram Research, will be hosting this Wolfram SystemModeler training session. The purpose of this training is to engage teacher exploration, to create a pool of Victorian SystemModeler mentors and the creation of a number of example classroom materials for sharing with other teachers. The course will cover:
Modelling and simulation recipe
- Overview of how to use modelling and simulation in teaching in order to illustrate or even give hands-on experience of theoretical concepts, allowing students to reach a new level of insight.
- Instruction about working with libraries, connecting components, adding and setting parameters, simulating models, plotting variables, creating new components, modeling multibody systems, and adding CAD shapes
Mathematica and SystemModeler
- Using Wolfram SystemModeler Link, running simulations from Mathematica, parallel simulation, sensitivity analysis, and model calibration
Bring your own laptop with Wolfram SystemModeler and Mathematica installed, download here
Attendees will work with others to create course materials. It is expected that these will be shared in follow up session to be held in June 2017.
We hope to get a spread of teachers across schools, and may limit teacher numbers from the same school. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
Please note change of venue