Digital Visual & Informational Product
November 23, 2015
-Eight NGSS science and engineering practices. -Seven NGSS crosscutting concepts. -Four disciplinary core ideas and performance expectation.
-Asking questions and defining problems. -Developing and using models. -Planning and carrying out investigations. -Analyzing and interpreting data. -Using math and computational thinking. -Constructing explanations anddesigning solutions. -Engaging in argument from evidence. -Obtaining, evaluating, and communicating information.
Science & Engineering Practices.
-Patterns. -Cause and effect: Mechanism and explanation. -Scale, proportion, and quantity. -Systems and system models. -Energy & matter: Flows, cycles, and conservation. -Structure and function. -Stability and change.
-Broad importance across multiple science or engineering disciplines. -Important tool for understanding or investigating more complex ideas and solving problems. -Relevant to students' interests and life experiences. -Must be broad enough to be meaningfully taught and learned at increasing levels of depth.
Disciplinary Core Ideas & Performance Expectations.
Contant, T. L., Bass, J. E., & Carin, A. A. (2015). Teaching Science Through Inquiry and Investigation (12th ed.). Retrieved from The University of Phoenix eBook collection database.