I received a very interesting report on modeling in the classroom, from Grischa Liebel from the University of Gothenburg. While one of the tools evaluated was Papyrus, the reports deals more generally with the the perception of usefulness of modeling:
With the risk that quite some of you are on the mailing list of the educators symposium as well, here is a new technical report from our side, which covers the problems/insights we had when using Papyrus in the classroom:
I think it is rather insightful, especially also looking at the efforts of the customized Papyrus version. Our experience with customization, which we did ourselves, was a bit questionable.
I hope it gives some insights and maybe sparks nice discussions 🙂
Enjoy the read, and thanks to Grischa vor sharing.