This resource was not designed to build towards this science and engineering practice, but can be used to build towards it using the suggestions provided below.
Comments about Including the Science and Engineering Practice
This simulation should be supported with students investigating temperature and concentration of a reaction in a lab activity, where they can collect quantitative data that can be used to mathematically prove the relationship between the variables. For example, groups of students can perform the same reaction at varying temperatures or varying molarities of solution. If designed as an inquiry lab, students would have the opportunity to design a solution using these principles as an extension of this Practice. For example, getting the iodine clock reaction to change at a specific time interval.
This resource appears to be designed to build towards this science and engineering practice, though the resource developer has not explicitly stated so.
Comments about Including the Science and Engineering Practice
Students are able to construct explanations to show how each variable individually impacts the collisions of molecules, which extends to be a reflection of reaction rate. Students are asked to solve a challenge using both variables together within the model.