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In this video Paul Andersen answers the following two questions. What is the NGSS*? and Why is it important? New website: 🤍 The NGSS (or Next Generation Science Standards) is a series of standards that will shape science education over the next 20 years. *Next Generation Science Standards is a registered trademark of Achieve. Neither Achieve nor the lead states and partners that developed the Next Generation Science Standards were involved in the production of this product, and do not endorse it. Visit the official NGSS website: 🤍
This video shows new teacher Melina Lozano in her first attempt to teach using concepts from the NGSS with her elementary students. She begins engaging her students in three-dimensional learning, which means that students will use disciplinary core ideas, scientific and engineering practices, and crosscutting concepts to make sense of phenomena they experience in their environment. This video showcases her first week of lessons, which focus on modeling and sense making. Melina also draws connections with the students’ language and culture. You will see students participating in collaborative conversations as they explain and predict how rain interacts with the land. They explore the core science ideas of erosion and water flow and the crosscutting concept of cause and effect. This video is 1 of 4 that introduces elementary science educators to important strategies based on the Framework for K-12 Science Education and the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS). The class featured in the videos is made up of second- and third-grade bilingual students. This collection of videos demonstrates new instructional strategies in the elementary school classroom. The project was led by the National Science Teachers Association (NSTA) with funding from Disney. Learn more about the NGSS at the NGSS🤍NSTA Hub. 🤍 NSTA 🤍
This video explains how the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) are structured and describes the different components of the organizational tables that the standards are arranged in. As states, districts, and educators begin implementing the NGSS, they can use this video as an introduction to understand how the standards are organized. For more information about the NGSS, visit 🤍
Paul Andersen introduces his video series on the Next Generation Science Standards. This video series will eventually contain: - 8 Science and Engineering Practices - 7 Crosscutting Concepts - 44 Disciplinary Core Ideas Intro Music Atribution Title: I4dsong_loop_main.wav Artist: CosmicD Link to sound: 🤍 Creative Commons Atribution License
The NGSS is similar to previous standards in science, but also profoundly different. The NGSS includes three–dimensional learning, which has been around for a long time, but now is intended to be included in every lesson. Dr. Cary Sneider explains in this helpful video for elementary school teachers. More on #HMHScience here: 🤍 › programs › hmh-science-dimensions
A big shift for students and teachers in implementing the NGSS is the focus on the eight science and engineering practices. Students are not only responsible for knowing ideas; they are also responsible for engaging in practices that use the ideas in authentic ways. How can a teacher enable students to use and show the scientific practices in more and more sophisticated ways? This video is 3 of 4 that introduces elementary science educators to important strategies based on the Framework for K-12 Science Education and the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS). The class featured in the videos is made up of second- and third-grade bilingual students. This collection of videos demonstrates new instructional strategies in the elementary school classroom. The project was led by the National Science Teachers Association (NSTA) with funding from Disney. Learn more about the NGSS at the NGSS🤍NSTA Hub. 🤍 NSTA 🤍
The Framework and the NGSS define big ideas that have explanatory power for making connections among those ideas. Instead of memorizing facts, formulas, and procedures, the NGSS emphasize the usefulness of ideas in explaining phenomena, and especially in making sense of an unfamiliar phenomenon. The NGSS highlights “big ideas” and encourages students to make connections among ideas and across disciplines to mirror the way scientists approach the world. These crosscutting concepts providing a set of lenses with which scientists approach events in the natural world. For example, a scientist could look at a rain event with the lens of patterns (Is this similar to other rain events?) or systems (Where are the inputs and outputs of the flow?) or cause and effect (How will the water affect the soil in this area?) These are lenses that the teacher must make explicit for students who are learning to acquire the unique way that scientists approach phenomena. How does a teacher like Melina Lozano, featured here, approach science so that students can think about patterns and cause and effect to discuss interactions between the Earth systems in an authentic way? This video is 2 of 4 that introduces elementary science educators to important strategies based on the Framework for K-12 Science Education and the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS). The class featured in the videos is made up of second- and third-grade bilingual students. This collection of videos demonstrates new instructional strategies in the elementary school classroom. The project was led by the National Science Teachers Association (NSTA) with funding from Disney. Learn more about the NGSS at the NGSS🤍NSTA Hub. 🤍 NSTA 🤍
Watch this video to learn more about the Next Generation Science Standards and why now is the right time for them. More information is at 🤍 Quality science education is based on standards that are rich in content and practice, with aligned curricula, pedagogy, assessment, and teacher preparation and development. It has been nearly 15 years since the National Research Council and the American Association for Advancement in Science produced the seminal documents on which most state standards are based. Since that time, major advances in science and our understanding of how students learn science have taken place and need to be reflected in state standards. The time is right to forge Next Generation Science Standards.
In this video, I'll show you why the NGSS Standards are failing our students and what we can do to fix it. NGSS is a set of core science standards that have been adopted by more than half the US states since 2013. It was created with the intention of improving science education in America's schools. But years later, educators disagree about whether or not these new standards will actually make any difference for kids' learning outcomes. About RATATAZ: We have been helping educators supplement their curricula for over 20 years. We believe quality education starts with good instructional materials and strong teacher support. For over two decades, Dr. Rebecca Woodbury (Keller) has been exploring the ways students learn. Starting out as a research scientist in the field of biophysical chemistry, she left academia to create quality educational support materials for students and educators. She started Gravitas Publications Inc. in 2003 and introduced the Real Science-4-Kids product line for home and classroom educators to provide informative, activity-based science curricula for kids K-8. Real Science-4-Kids gives students the basic building blocks for a solid science foundation. In 2020, Dr. Woodbury (Keller) branched out to launch RATATAZ as a way to introduce fundamental science concepts in easy-to-use activity-based kits. Before high school, standard science education usually covers only biology and earth & space science with little or no chemistry or physics, creating an early gap that can be difficult to overcome. Our subscription boxes cover all five core subjects—Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Geology, and Astronomy—to nurture kids’ incredible capacity for learning advanced concepts. For more information, visit ratataz.com 🤍 🤍 🤍
Teaching Tool Friday (2/5/2021) NGSS Appendices F and G includes information about each science practice and crosscutting concept, and progressions to show how students should be using each practice or crosscutting concept in each grade band. These are great resources to use when developing curriculum and assessments, rubrics, etc. Appendix F (Science and Engineering Practices): 🤍 Appendix G (Crosscutting Concepts):🤍 All the NGSS appendices can be found at 🤍 You can download or read A Framework for K-12 Science Education for free from 🤍
In this NGSS lesson walk-through, we're focusing on using questioning to help guide student discovery and introducing vocabulary terms - teaching concept BEFORE terminology. This lesson helps students understand that atoms are the building blocks of matter and that atoms can combine in different ways to form molecules. These are Disciplinary Core Ideas addressed in the middle school NGSS MS-PS1-1. For more about this activity, visit: 🤍
Welcome scientists! What is Energy? Enjoy this introduction video to the NGSS fourth grade unit Energy. After the video is complete, students can explore their prior knowledge by completing the "Before We Begin" activity in their journals. To purchase the accompanying unit, click the link below! Energy Unit: 🤍 Thanks for stopping by! Vicky
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Wondering how the pieces of the Next Generation Science Standards come together? This week our vlog covers the basics of how you can piece together the parts of the NGSS puzzle and use it in your classroom! Check out our blog for a full transcript of the video: 🤍
What is the FIRST place you should go when you're planning your NGSS unit? The Evidence Statements. The Evidence Statements can help you identify important unit content (elaborating on the Disciplinary Core Ideas), choose relevant phenomena, and craft your assessment task. Breaking down the statements giving them a good close read is the first step I take. In this video, I'll walk you through how I break down an Evidence Statement and use it to plan my NGSS unit.
See how high school teacher Kristin Mayer transitions students from one lesson to another by conducting all-class discussion on their initial ideas about the nature of matter. This approach showcases how teachers can build ideas over time. Lesson: Unit 1 Investigation 4 to Investigation 5 of the Interactions Project Curriculum (interactions.portal.concord.org). This video is 4 of 8 that introduces science teachers to important strategies based on the Framework for K-12 Science Education (🤍 and the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) (🤍 This collection of videos highlights the major shifts in science instruction, explore the new role of the teacher, and demonstrate new instructional strategies in the high school classroom. The project was led by the National Science Teachers Association (NSTA) (🤍) with funding from Disney, and the video and lesson development was led by CREATE for STEM Institute (🤍 at Michigan State University, in partnership with Concord Consortium (🤍 and The School of Education (🤍) at the University of Michigan. Learn more about the NGSS at the NGSS🤍NSTA Hub (🤍
The NGSS shifts the focus from science classrooms as environments where students learn about science ideas to places where students explore, examine, and use science concepts to explain how and why phenomena occur. Science teaching and learning needs to be based on answering questions raised by compelling phenomena rather than being about “what’s next in the textbook." In this session participants will deepen their understanding of the role of coherent storylines in developing conceptual understanding in science. We will highlight elementary, middle, and high school examples and provide useful resources to help in creating your own storyline to guide classroom instruction. 🤍
Steve Rich, Sean Elkins and Denise Finley discuss how teachers might bundle the performance expecations of the Next Generation Science Standards. This excerpt was edited from Hangout with CTL: Next Generation Science Standards (🤍 For more on the panelists and event visit: 🤍
In episode 6 of our #NGSS #Assessment Academy, we focus on starting from the end: using UbD and Backwards Design to plan a unit of NGSS Assessments. 0:00 Introduction 1:21 why UbD + NGSS? 2:05 Sense-making Summatives (HS-LS4-2 and 5-PS1-1) 8:23 Break Down Standards 15:07 2 Dimension Formatives 19:11 Scaffold with Diagnostics, Warm-ups, and Exit Slips 22:45 Let us Plan a Unit of Your assessments!
How can you create simple storylines to engage your students in NGSS instruction in online learning environments? It doesn't have to be complicated. Learn how to develop simple storylines that incorporate the most important elements of your NGSS instruction phenomena, three dimensional approaches, and exploration and sense-making.
أقام مركز التميز البحثي في تطوير تعليم العلوم والرياضيات حلقة نقاش بعنوان:" نظرة على تعليم العلوم للجيل القادم و (NGSS)" وذلك يوم الإثنين 6 /5/ 1437هـ بقاعة (1أ33) بكلية التربية للرجال وللسيدات في المدينة الجامعية للطالبات -كلية التربية مبنى رقم (2) معمل (72) الدور الأول، من الساعة 12:30 وحتى الساعة 2 ظهرا، حيث قدم الحلقة وتقديم سعادة الأستاذة / مها بنت فراج البقمي، ماجستير مناهج وطرق تدريس -مسار العلوم -كلية التربية -جامعة الملك سعود. استفتحت الأستاذة موضوعها عن تطور التعليم وسرعة النمو المعرفي والتقني ما حدا بالتربويين إلى توجيه اهتماماتهم في مطلع القرن الواحد والعشرين إلى ترسيخ مفهوم الثقافة العلمية التي تتكامل فيها المعرفة ما بين العلوم والهندسة والرياضيات والتكنولوجيا، من أجل تأهيل الأفراد ليكونوا قادرين على المواءمة بين مهاراتهم ومتطلبات القرن الحالي، وذكرت المراحل التاريخية في تطور تعليم العلوم، وأهم أهداف المشاريع لإصلاحها، وشرح عن معايير العلوم للجيل القادم NGSS ومرتكزاته والمبادئ الأساسية ،وعرضت تجربة الولايات المتحدة الأمريكية لتطبيق NGSS ونتائجها، واخيراً طرحت سؤال ماذا لو اردنا اقتباس الفكرة وتطبيقها؟ حيث عرضت بعض الاقتراحات والمكونات اللازمة لتحقيق التنفيذ المتكامل وتجارب بعض المدارس في تطبيق معايير NGSS. للمزيد 🤍
☼ ☼ ☼ I N T H I S E P I S O D E ☼ ☼ ☼ In this episode, I will be walking you through a website that has secondary science NGSS units for FREE! Free worksheets, lab ideas, pacing, EVERYTHING! I have been using parts of this curriculum for 2 years and have loved it! Perfect for a person wanting to align their science units to NGSS with the CCCs, DCIs, SEPs and all the other acronyms out there! ☼ ☼ ☼ C O N N E C T ☼ ☼ ☼ Instagram: Lindsey.Learns Email: thelindseylearnsshow🤍gmail.com Teachers Pay Teachers: 🤍 ☼ ☼ ☼ V I D E O I N F O ☼ ☼ ☼ The website talked about in this video is: 🤍
Do you need a lesson that is ready to go for weathering, erosions, and deposition? This lesson is perfect for 4th grade, aligned to NGSS standards. Students will be learning more deeply about erosions and deposition. If you would like to purchase the resource Slides, Google Form, and Student Guided notes that go along these videos, click here... t.ly/zlEY Find lessons for Weathering, Erosions, and Deposition: 🤍 Find lessons for Energy: 🤍 Find lessons for Earth & Human Impact: 🤍 Make sure to follow along to get all of the updated science and stem videos. Are you a 4th grade teacher? Get these 50 FREE science writing prompts 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Website: 🤍LoveLearningStem.com Facebook: 🤍 Facebook Group for 4th-6th grade STEM/Science teachers: 🤍
This video is a tutorial on the research behind the NGSS, as well as how to access educator relevant material on its website.