Using computer-based instruction as a delivery platform for ISGE enables us to program many graphics of key importance as animations. These entertain and motivate the students while also teaching them such hard to grasp concepts as dynamics, change, and causality. Most science phenomena are fundamentally focused on exactly these features of dynamics, change, and causality. ISGE modules render these features as real and immediate and memorable.

Here are some ISGE examples:

  1. Similarity between Hierarchies and Hub-Based Networks (otherwise often portrayed as exclusive alternatives)