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Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS). Nicole D. LaDue , Assistant Professor Department of Geology and Environmental Geosciences. June 4, 2014. What is NGSS all about?. History Common Core vs. NGSS Old standards vs. New standards NGSS Standards exploration. I. HISTORY.

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next generation science standards ngss

Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS)

Nicole D. LaDue, Assistant Professor

Department of Geology and Environmental Geosciences

June 4, 2014

what is ngss all about
What is NGSS all about?
  • History
  • Common Core vs. NGSS
  • Old standards vs. New standards
  • NGSS
  • Standards exploration
i history
I. HISTORY
  • 1957: Sputnik
  • Space Race: 1957-1975
i history1
I. History

1983: A Nation at Risk: call for education reform

1989: AAAS Science for All Americans defines science literacy

1991: NSTA writes to National Academy of Sciences National Research Council (NRC) to organize national science standards

1993: Benchmarks for Science Literacy (AAAS)

1996: National Science Education Standards (NRC) is released after a three year development process

i history2
I. History

1983: A Nation at Risk: call for education reform

1989: AAAS Science for All Americans defines science literacy

1991: NSTA writes to National Academy of Sciences National Research Council (NRC) to organize national science standards

1993: Benchmarks for Science Literacy (AAAS)

1996: National Science Education Standards (NRC) is released after a three year development process

i history3
I. History

1983: A Nation at Risk: call for education reform

1989: AAAS Science for All Americans defines science literacy

1991: NSTA writes to National Academy of Sciences National Research Council (NRC) to organize national science standards

1993: Benchmarks for Science Literacy (AAAS)

1996: National Science Education Standards (NRC) is released after a three year development process

i history4
I. History

1983: A Nation at Risk: call for education reform

1989: AAAS Science for All Americans defines science literacy

1991: NSTA writes to National Academy of Sciences National Research Council (NRC) to organize national science standards

1993: Benchmarks for Science Literacy (AAAS)

1996: National Science Education Standards (NRC) is released after a three year development process

i history5
I. History

1983: A Nation at Risk: call for education reform

1989: AAAS Science for All Americans defines science literacy

1991: NSTA writes to National Academy of Sciences National Research Council (NRC) to organize national science standards

1993: Benchmarks for Science Literacy (AAAS)

1996: National Science Education Standards (NSES) is released by NRC after a three year development process

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I. History

Federal Rights vs. States Rights

i history age of accountability
I. History – Age of Accountability
  • 2001: No Child Left Behind
    • Act of congress
    • Testing at grades 3, 8, and high school
    • AYP: Adequate Yearly Progress
    • Highly Qualified Teachers
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I. History – Age of Accountability
  • 2001: No Child Left Behind
    • Act of congress
    • Testing at grades 3, 8, and high school
    • AYP: Adequate Yearly Progress
    • Highly Qualified Teachers
i history7
I. History

The states develop the standards & tests!

2008: AZ Governor Napolitano, chair of National Governors Association (NGA)

i history8
I. History

The states develop the standards & tests!

2008: AZ Governor Napolitano, chair of National Governors Association (NGA)

2009:NGA and Council of Chief State School Officers (CCSSO) meet to develop Common Core

i history9
I. History

The states develop the standards & tests!

2008: AZ Governor Napolitano, chair of National Governors Association (NGA)

2009:NGA and Council of Chief State School Officers (CCSSO) meet to develop Common Core

2010: Common Core Released (ELA & Math), adopted by 44 states

i history10
I. History

The states develop the standards & tests!

2008: AZ Governor Napolitano, chair of National Governors Association (NGA)

2009:NGA and Council of Chief State School Officers (CCSSO) meet to develop Common Core

2010: Common Core Released (ELA & Math), adopted by 44 states

2009: Race to the Top – incentivize adoption, assessment, & evaluation

i history11
I. History

The states develop the standards & tests!

2008: AZ Governor Napolitano, chair of National Governors Association (NGA)

2009:NGA and Council of Chief State School Officers (CCSSO) meet to develop Common Core

2010: Common Core Released (ELA & Math), adopted by 44 states

2009: Race to the Top – incentivize adoption, assessment, & evaluation

2014: Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College & Careers (PARCC) is piloted

i history12
I. History

The states develop the standards & tests!

2008: AZ Governor Napolitano, chair of National Governors Association (NGA)

2009:NGA and Council of Chief State School Officers (CCSSO) meet to develop Common Core

2010: Common Core Released (ELA & Math), adopted by 44 states

2009: Race to the Top – incentivize adoption, assessment, & evaluation

2014: Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College & Careers (PARCC) is piloted

But, there are no federal/national standards or tests

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II. Common Core vs. NGSS

2011

2013

State & National Effort

National Effort

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II. Common Core vs. NGSS

26 Lead States

  • Agreed to:
  • Consider adopting the NGSS
  • Science lead who works with the writing team
  • Participate in the Multi-state action committee of the CCSSO
  • Publically announce the draft process and promote transparency
  • Form a committee to evaluate adoption
  • Publically identify a timeline for adoption
  • Develop implementation and transition plans with other early adopters
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II. Common Core vs. NGSS
  • 11 States + D.C. have adopted:
    • Rhode Island
    • Kentucky
    • Kansas
    • Maryland
    • Vermont
    • California
    • Delaware
    • Washington
    • Nevada
    • Oregon
    • District of Columbia

and Illinois!

iii old standards vs new standards
III. Old Standards vs. New Standards
  • Illinois Learning Standards for Science
    • Adopted in 1997
    • Three Goals:
      • Inquiry & Design
      • Concepts & Principles
      • Science, Technology & Society
  • NGSS in Illinois
    • Adopted in 2014, in effect 2016-2017
    • Three dimensions, integrated approach
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III. Old Standards vs. New Standards

Integration of

3 Dimensions:

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IV. NGSS

Science & Engineering Practices

  • Asking questions and defining problems
  • Developing and using models
  • Planning and carrying out investigations
  • Analyzing and interpreting data
  • Using mathematics and computational thinking
  • Developing explanations and designing solutions
  • Engaging in argument
  • Obtaining, evaluating, and communicating information
iv ngss s e practices
IV. NGSS – S/E Practices

1. Asking Questions and Defining Problems

Why to the leaves change color in the Fall?

What does ice float?

Why is the moon sometimes visible during the day?

How do I build a house that will not collapse in an earthquake?

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IV. NGSS – S/E Practices

2. Developing & Using Models

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IV. NGSS – S/E Practices

3. Planning and Carrying Out Investigations

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IV. NGSS – S/E Practices

4. Analyzing and Interpreting Data

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IV. NGSS – S/E Practices

5. Using Mathematical and Computational Thinking

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IV. NGSS – S/E Practices

6. Developing Explanations and Designing Solutions

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IV. NGSS – S/E Practices

7. Engaging in Argument using Evidence

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IV. NGSS – S/E Practices

8. Obtaining, Evaluating, and Communicating Information

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IV. NGSS

Crosscutting Concepts

  • Patterns
  • Cause and effect
  • Scale, proportion, and quantity
  • Systems and system models
  • Energy and matter
  • Structure and function
  • Stability and change
iv ngss crosscutting concepts
IV. NGSS – Crosscutting concepts

1. Patterns

2. Cause & Effect

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IV. NGSS – Crosscutting concepts

3. Scale, Proportion, and Quantity

4. Systems & System Models

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IV. NGSS – Crosscutting concepts

6. Energy & Matter

7. Structure & Function

8. Stability & Change

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IV. NGSS

Disciplinary Core Ideas

  • Physical Science (PS)
    • Matter and its interactions
    • Motion and Stability
    • Energy
    • Waves
  • Life Science (LS)
    • Molecules to Organisms
    • Ecosystems
    • Heredity
    • Biological Evolution
  • Earth and Space Science (ESS)
    • Earth’s Place in the Universe
    • Earth’s Systems
    • Earth & Human Activity
  • Engineering, Technology, and Applications of Science (ETS)
    • Engineering Design
    • Links among engineering, technology, science, and society
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IV. NGSS

Disciplinary Core Ideas

  • Physical Science (PS)
    • Matter and its interactions
    • Motion and Stability
    • Energy
    • Waves
  • Life Science (LS)
    • Molecules to Organisms
    • Ecosystems
    • Heredity
    • Biological Evolution
  • Earth and Space Science (ESS)
    • Earth’s Place in the Universe
    • Earth’s Systems
    • Earth & Human Activity
  • Engineering, Technology, and Applications of Science (ETS)
    • Engineering Design
    • Links among engineering, technology, science, and society

Note: physics & chemistry are integrated into Physical Science

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IV. NGSS

Performance Expectations:

S/E Practice

+ Crosscutting Concept

+ Disciplinary Core Idea

Performance expectation

v standards exploration
V. Standards Exploration
  • http://vimeo.com/41704037
  • http://www.nextgenscience.org/next-generation-science-standards
  • Example: Energy in Physical Science DCI
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V. Standards Exploration

Big Question…

Assessment?

Developing Assessments for the Next Generation Science Standards (2013)

Free pdf download from National Academies Press

contact me
Contact me…

Nicole D. LaDue

Department of Geology & Environmental Geo

Director for Earth & Space Teacher Licensure

nladue@niu.edu

815-753-7935