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SIMIODE - Systemic Initiative for Modeling Investigations and Opportunities with Differential Equations

By Brian Winkel

SIMIODE - Systemic Initiative for Modeling Investigations and Opportunities with Differential Equations

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SIMIODE - Systemic Initiative for Modeling Investigations and Opportunities with Differential Equations  is about teaching differential equations using modeling and technology upfront and throughout the learning process. You can learn more at our dynamic website, www.simiode.org, where we offer a community in which colleagues can communicate, collaborate, publish, teach, explore, contribute, etc.

Many of the models leading to differential equations are from biology and we welcome many more from teachers who do differential equation modeling in biology with their students. See https://www.simiode.org/about-peer-review for details on how to submit materials for peer review process.

As with QUBES we are building a complete environment (based on HUBZero platform) for teachers and learners – communication, groups across and intra/inter campus projects for students and teachers, models, data, and videos.

Once registered in SIMIODE at www.siiode.org join a group, start a group, begin a discussion, and then collaborate and communicate with others who are interested in teaching differential equations using modeling and technology. Join SIMIODE! It is FREE!

We also have a Manuscript Management system, FastTrack, (http://simiode.expressacademic.org) which handles reviews of material submitted to SIMIODE. We need your help to build this community of and for innovative educators:

1. Please register at www.simiode.org and then as a referee (and author, hopefully!) at http://simiode.expressacademic.org.

2. Please contribute to this community as an author.

Thank you.

Brian Winkel, Director  BrianWinkel@simiode.org

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  • Brian Winkel (2015), "SIMIODE - Systemic Initiative for Modeling Investigations and Opportunities with Differential Equations," https://qubeshub.org/resources/752.

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