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Copy of Shaking up STEAM with the NGSS

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Transcript of Copy of Shaking up STEAM with the NGSS

www.nextgenscience.org
K-5, Middle School, High School
Adopted by CA in 2013
Full implementation in 2018
Coherent, focused, integrated
Aligned to Common Core
College, career and citizenship
Next Generation Science Standards
4th Grade
Performance Expectations
Use the materials to build an earthquake-safe model bridge that withstands
30 seconds

of shaking.

The bridge must hold 3 plastic caps and rest on 2 inverted cups (no taping)

The bridge must stay on the support AND the caps must stay on the bridge

Real world applications
Local Phenomena
Engineering notebook
Tranisitioning to the NGSS
NGSS Engineering Design
Grades 3-5
3-dimensional learning






Student Performance Expectations
Real world application
Integration of Science & Engineering
NGSS Shifts
"In some ways, children are
natural engineers
. They spontaneously build sand castles, dollhouses, and hamster enclosures, and they
use a variety of tools and materials
for their own playful purposes....Children's capabilities to design structures can then be enhanced by having them
pay attention to points of failure and asking them to create and test redesigns of the bridge so that it is stronger."

A Framework for K-12 Science Education
Engineering Design
Science
What comes to mind when you hear the word technology?
What is the technology?
What does your technology do?
What problem does it solve?
How else could it be used?
What material is it made of?
What other materials could it be made of?

Adopted from Engineering is Elementary
www.eie.org
Technology in a bag
Technology
Engineering
Technology:
science or knowledge put into practical use to solve problems or invent useful tools.

This includes processes, systems and objects
http://www.yourdictionary.com/technology
Art
Mathematics
StemtoSTEAM.org

Design Thinking for Educators

Develop Innovation & creativity

CCSS Math correlations
Use Data, graphs
Real world modeling

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