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An introduction to the next generation science standards

An Introduction to The Next Generation Science Standards

NSTA National Conference

San Antonio, Texas

April 11-14, 2013



Developing the Standards

Assessments

Curricula

Instruction

Teacher Development

July 2011

2011-2013



A framework for k 12 science education
A Framework for K-12 Science Education

View free PDF form The National Academies Press at www.nap.edu

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Resources for the framework
Resources for the Framework

  • Benchmarks for Scientific Literacy and Atlas of Science Literacy

  • National Science Education Standards

  • 2009 NAEP Science Framework(National Assessment of Educational Progress)

  • College Board Standards for College in Science

  • NSTA’s Science Anchors project


National research council reports
National Research Council Reports

  • How People Learn

  • Taking Science to School

  • Ready, Set, Science


A framework for k 12 science education1
A Framework for K-12 Science Education

Three-Dimensions:

  • Scientific and Engineering Practices

  • Crosscutting Concepts

  • Disciplinary Core Ideas



Scientific and engineering practices
Scientific and Engineering Practices

  • Asking questions (for science) and defining problems (for engineering)

  • Developing and using models

  • Planning and carrying out investigations

  • Analyzing and interpreting data

  • Using mathematics and computational thinking

  • Constructing explanations (for science) and designing solutions (for engineering)

  • Engaging in argument from evidence

  • Obtaining, evaluating, and communicating information


Patterns

Cause and effect: Mechanism and explanation

Scale, proportion, and quantity

Systems and system models

Energy and matter: Flows, cycles, and conservation

Structure and function

Stability and change

Crosscutting Concepts



Core and Component Ideas

Note: In NGSS, the core ideas for Engineering, Technology, and the Application of Science are integrated with the Life Science, Earth & Space Science, and Physical Science core ideas


Developing the Standards

Assessments

Curricula

Instruction

Teacher Development

July 2011

2011-2013





Conceptual shifts in ngss
Conceptual Shifts in NGSS

  • K-12 Science Education Should Reflect the Interconnected Nature of Science as it is Practiced and Experienced in the Real World.

  • The Next Generation Science Standards are student performance expectations – NOT curriculum.

  • The science concepts in the NGSS build coherently from K-12.

  • The NGSS Focus on Deeper Understanding of Content as well as Application of Content.

  • Science and Engineering are Integrated in the NGSS from K–12.

  • The NGSS are designed to prepare students for college, career, and citizenship.

  • The NGSS and Common Core State Standards (Mathematics and English Language Arts) are Aligned.


Appendices
Appendices

A Conceptual Shifts

B Responses to May Public Feedback

C College and Career Readiness

DAll Standards, All Students

EDisciplinary Core Idea Progressions in the NGSS

FScience and Engineering Practices in the NGSS

GCrosscutting Concepts in the NGSS

HNature of Science in the NGSS

IEngineering Design in the NGSS

J Science, Technology, Society, and the Environment

KModel Course Mapping in Middle and High School

L Connections to Common Core State Standards in Mathematics

M Connections to Common Core State Standards in English Language Arts


Inside the box
Inside the Box


Inside the NGSS Box

  • Based on the January 2013 Draft of NGSS


Inside the NGSS Box

Title and CodeThe titles of standard pages are not necessarily unique and may be reused at several different grade levels . The code, however, is a unique identifier for each set based on the grade level, content area, and topic it addresses.

What is AssessedA collection of several performance expectations describing what students should be able to do to master this standard

Foundation Box

The practices, core disciplinary ideas, and crosscutting concepts from the Framework for K-12 Science Education that were used to form the performance expectations

Connection Box

Other standards in the Next Generation Science Standards or in the Common Core State Standards that are related to this standard

  • Based on the January 2013 Draft of NGSS


Inside the NGSS Box

  • Performance ExpectationsA statement that combines practices, core ideas, and crosscutting concepts together to describe how students can show what they have learned.

Clarification StatementA statement that supplies examples or additional clarification to the performance expectation.

What is AssessedA collection of several performance expectations describing what students should be able to do to master this standard

Assessment BoundaryA statement that provides guidance about the scope of the performance expectation at a particular grade level.

Engineering Connection (*)An asterisk indicates an engineering connection in the practice, core idea or crosscutting concept that supports the performance expectation.

  • Based on the January 2013 Draft of NGSS


Inside the NGSS Box

  • Scientific & Engineering PracticesActivities that scientists and engineers engage in to either understand the world or solve a problem

Foundation Box

The practices, core disciplinary ideas, and crosscutting concepts from the Framework for K-12 Science Education that were used to form the performance expectations

  • Disciplinary Core IdeasConcepts in science and engineering that have broad importance within and across disciplines as well as relevance in people’s lives.

  • Crosscutting ConceptsIdeas, such as Patterns and Cause and Effect, which are not specific to any one discipline but cut across them all.

  • Connections to Engineering, Technology and Applications of ScienceThese connections are drawn from the disciplinary core ideas for engineering, technology, and applications of science in the Framework.

  • Connections to Nature of ScienceConnections are listed in either the practices or the crosscutting connections section of the foundation box.

  • Based on the January 2013 Draft of NGSS


Inside the NGSS Box

  • Scientific & Engineering PracticesActivities that scientists and engineers engage in to either understand the world or solve a problem

Foundation Box

The practices, core disciplinary ideas, and crosscutting concepts from the Framework for K-12 Science Education that were used to form the performance expectations

  • Disciplinary Core IdeasConcepts in science and engineering that have broad importance within and across disciplines as well as relevance in people’s lives.

  • Crosscutting ConceptsIdeas, such as Patterns and Cause and Effect, which are not specific to any one discipline but cut across them all.

  • Based on the January 2013 Draft of NGSS


Inside the NGSS Box

Foundation Box

The practices, core disciplinary ideas, and crosscutting concepts from the Framework for K-12 Science Education that were used to form the performance expectations

  • Connections to Engineering, Technology and Applications of ScienceThese connections are drawn from the disciplinary core ideas for engineering, technology, and applications of science in the Framework.

  • Connections to Nature of ScienceConnections are listed in either the practices or the crosscutting connections section of the foundation box.

  • Based on the January 2013 Draft of NGSS


Inside the NGSS Box

  • Codes for Performance ExpectationsCodes designate the relevant performance expectation for an item in the foundation box and connection box. In the connections to common core, italics indicate a potential connection rather than a required prerequisite connection.

  • Based on the January 2013 Draft of NGSS


Inside the NGSS Box

Title and CodeThe titles of standard pages are not necessarily unique and may be reused at several different grade levels . The code, however, is a unique identifier for each set based on the grade level, content area, and topic it addresses.

  • Performance ExpectationsA statement that combines practices, core ideas, and crosscutting concepts together to describe how students can show what they have learned.

Clarification StatementA statement that supplies examples or additional clarification to the performance expectation.

What is AssessedA collection of several performance expectations describing what students should be able to do to master this standard

Assessment BoundaryA statement that provides guidance about the scope of the performance expectation at a particular grade level.

Engineering Connection (*)An asterisk indicates an engineering connection in the practice, core idea or crosscutting concept that supports the performance expectation.

  • Scientific & Engineering PracticesActivities that scientists and engineers engage in to either understand the world or solve a problem

Foundation Box

The practices, core disciplinary ideas, and crosscutting concepts from the Framework for K-12 Science Education that were used to form the performance expectations

  • Disciplinary Core IdeasConcepts in science and engineering that have broad importance within and across disciplines as well as relevance in people’s lives.

  • Crosscutting ConceptsIdeas, such as Patterns and Cause and Effect, which are not specific to any one discipline but cut across them all.

  • Connections to Engineering, Technology and Applications of ScienceThese connections are drawn from the disciplinary core ideas for engineering, technology, and applications of science in the Framework.

Connection Box

Other standards in the Next Generation Science Standards or in the Common Core State Standards that are related to this standard

  • Connections to Nature of ScienceConnections are listed in either the practices or the crosscutting connections section of the foundation box.

  • Codes for Performance ExpectationsCodes designate the relevant performance expectation for an item in the foundation box and connection box. In the connections to common core, italics indicate a potential connection rather than a required prerequisite connection.

  • Based on the January 2013 Draft of NGSS


Closer look at ngss
Closer Look at NGSS



Closer look at a ngss grade 21
Closer Look at a NGSS (Grade 2)

Note: Performance expectations combine practices, core ideas, and crosscutting concepts into a single statement of what is to be assessed.

They are not instructional strategies or objectives for a lesson.


Closer look at a ngss grade 22
Closer Look at a NGSS (Grade 2)

Note: Performance expectations combine practices, core ideas, and crosscutting concepts into a single statement of what is to be assessed.

They are not instructional strategies or objectives for a lesson.


Closer look at a ngss grade 23
Closer Look at a NGSS (Grade 2)

Note: Performance expectations combine practices, core ideas, and crosscutting concepts into a single statement of what is to be assessed.

They are not instructional strategies or objectives for a lesson.


Closer look at a ngss grade 24
Closer Look at a NGSS (Grade 2)

Note: Performance expectations combine practices, core ideas, and crosscutting concepts into a single statement of what is to be assessed.

They are not instructional strategies or objectives for a lesson.



An analogy between ngss and a cake
An Analogy between NGSS and a Cake

Baking Tools & Techniques(Practices)

Baking a Cake

(Performance Expectation)

Frosting

(Crosscutting Concepts)

Cake

(Core Ideas)


An analogy between ngss and cooking
An Analogy between NGSS and Cooking

Kitchen Tools & Techniques(Practices)

Preparing a Meal

(Performance Expectation)

Basic Ingredients

(Core Ideas)

Herbs, Spices, & Seasonings

(Crosscutting Concepts)



Practices in science mathematics and english language arts ela
Practices in Science, Mathematics, and English Language Arts (ELA)


Practices in math science and ela
Practices in Math, Science, and ELA*

* The Common Core English Language Arts uses the term “student capacities” rather than the term “practices” used in Common Core Mathematics and the Next Generation Science Standards.


Math

Science

M4. Models with mathematics

S2: Develop & use models

S5: Use mathematics & computational thinking

S1: Ask questions and define problems

S3: Plan & carry out investigations

S4: Analyze & interpret data

S6: Construct explanations & design solutions

M1: Make sense of problems and persevere in solving them

M2: Reason abstractly & quantitatively

M6: Attend to precision

M7: Look for & make use of structure

M8: Look for & make use of regularity in repeated reasoning

E2: Build a strong base of knowledge through content rich texts

E5: Read, write, and speak grounded in evidence

M3 & E4: Construct viable arguments and critique reasoning of others

S7: Engage in argument from evidence

E6: Use technology & digital media strategically & capably

M5: Use appropriate tools strategically

S8: Obtain, evaluate, & communicate information

E3: Obtain, synthesize, and report findings clearly and effectively in response to task and purpose

E1: Demonstrate independence in reading complex texts, and writing and speaking about them

E7: Come to understand other perspectives and cultures through reading, listening, and collaborations

Commonalities

Among the Practices in Science, Mathematics and English Language Arts

Based on work

by Tina Chuek

ell.stanford.edu

ELA


Nsta resources
NSTA Resources


On the web
On the Web

nextgenscience.org

nsta.org/ngss


Connect collaborate with colleagues
Connect & Collaborate with Colleagues

Discussion forum on NGSS in the Learning center

NSTA Member-only Listserv on NGSS


Web seminars
Web Seminars

Check the NSTA website at www.nsta.org/ngss for upcoming programs.

Previous programs focused on scientific and engineering practices, crosscutting concepts, engineering, and more. All programs are archived at http://learningcenter.nsta.org/products/symposia_seminars/NGSS/webseminar.aspx

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Future conferences
Future Conferences

Charlotte, NCNovember 7–9

Portland, OROctober 24–26

Denver, CODecember 12–14

National Conference

Boston – April 3-6, 2014


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