Helping Teachers Approach Next Generation Science Standards
As administrators and school boards around the country consider the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS), Science Buddies is helping teachers begin ramping up, now, for some of the ways in which traditional classroom science projects and assignments may change.
Rhode Island, Kansas, Maryland, Vermont, and California are among the small handful of states that have already adopted the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS), a set of standards for teaching science that were finalized last April. As states continue to evaluate the standards, and as adopting states begin to put together roadmaps for implementation, teachers around the U.S. will find themselves hearing more about the engineering design process.
The following Science Buddies posts are designed to help teachers think about the new cohabitation of scientific method and engineering design processes both conceptually and through concrete, side-by-side, comparison of the methods and what it means to have a student complete a project following one approach versus the other:
- New Science Standards Emphasize the Engineering Design Process
- Understanding the Engineering Design Process: Teachers Embracing Engineering Design
How will you approach the incorporation of engineering design in your classroom? Do you already teach the engineering method? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know.
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