### modelling

(Learning Modules / Mathematics / Bridges) A simplification of the real-life object and situation that preserves their essential nature, and allows a solution using mathematics. A good model produces a solution that reflects the main features of the original situation.

### Modelling

The process of creating a representation of part of the real world and subjecting it to some form of parameters and variables for the purpose of predicting, simulating or describing the real world.

### modelling

In art, the depiction of a three-dimensional form either through the sculpture of a soft substance, or the use of light, shadow, and colour in painting and drawing. It is also the practice of...
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### Modelling

The process of observing and mapping the successful behaviours of other people. In NLP this involves profiling behaviours/physiology, beliefs and values, internal states and strategies
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### Modelling

In literacy, this refers to demonstration of an aspect of reading or writing by an expert for learners. This would support direct instruction.
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### modelling

A design analysis method using a software description of n item (electrical or mechanical) to simulate its operation in response to set of stimuli,
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### modelling

moulding noun a preliminary sculpture in wax or clay from which a finished work can be copied
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### Modelling

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### Modelling

Demonstrating to the learner how to do a task, with the expectation that the learner can copy the model. Modeling often involves thinking aloud or talking about how to work through a task.
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### modelling

(art) In art, the depiction of a three-dimensional form either through the sculpture of a soft substance, or the use of light, shadow, and colour in painting and drawing. It is also the practice of posing as an artist's subject. In sculpture the technique of modelling uses clay or othe...
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### modelling

(design) Technique used when designing, to investigate ideas as part of the design process. Models can be static three-dimensional objects showing the shape, style, and texture of a design idea. Examples of materials used in this type of modelling include papier mâché, clay, plas...
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### Modelling

additive process, direct method 1. in sculpture; manipulation of soft, pliable, malleable material such as clay or wax 2. posing for an artist 3. depiction of light and shade in order to give the illusion of three-dimensional properties to a figure or object in a painting or drawing
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### MODELLING

1. In sculpture, shaping a form in some plastic material, such as clay, wax, or plaster. 2. In drawing, painting, or printmaking, the illusion of three-dimensionality on a flat surface created by simulating effects of light and shadow.
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### Modelling

[psychology] Modeling is: Confusingly, the word refers both to the behavior of the learner and the teacher. Modeling is an important component of neurolinguistic programming (NLP), which field has further developed specialized techniques involving modeling. (See NLP modelling.) As the name implies, in the modeling the client learns new skil...
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