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Next Generation Science

Blog: Exploring NGSS

Science SymbolThis blog focuses on the new science standards that were adopted for Californiaís K-12 public schools in 2013. It offers ideas and resources to support science instruction in relation to the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) and 21st century learning.

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Science-Minded Citizenship
02.21.17
Science is controversial right now. In the midst of media coverage that is now consistently tumultuous, scientific topics feature prominently. While this can feel like a big shift, controversy surrounding science is nothing new. Read More...


Being First
11.18.16
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The Next Day
11.10.16
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What's Next?
09.07.16
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Ten Years a Teacher: Pondering Purpose
05.27.16
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The Case for Student Empowerment and Creativity in the NGSS Classroom
04.07.16
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The Possibilities and the Dilemma
02.22.16
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A Tale of Technology and Thanksgiving
11.23.15
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What I Can Do
11.06.15
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Whatís Your Science Saga?
08.28.15
Science at its core is a human endeavor, and itís important to explore how our experiences influence our approach to science. Understanding the nature of science is also integral to the Next Generation Science Standards with its goal of developing scientifically literate citizens. Anna Van Dordrecht describes a science lesson that gave her students and opportunity to explore the human nature of science and had an unexpected twist for her own work as a science educator. Read More...

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