Next Generation Science Standards: The Vision for Science Education and the New Role of Teachers

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Joe Krajcik, NGSS writer and Professor of Science Education and Director of the CREATE for STEM Institute at Michigan State University, and Kristin Mayer, science teacher and graduate student, highlight the major changes in science education as set forth in the Framework for K-12 Education and the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) and explore the new role of teachers to achieve that vision. Kristin shares her experiences using an NGSS-supported curriculum and shows how she effectively engages students in three-dimensional learning. This video is 1 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 ().

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