How to determine if lessons align with science standards

06/26/2013 | SmartBrief/SmartBlog on Education

As some schools start to implement the Next Generation Science Standards, teachers will need to determine how their current lessons stack up to the standards, educators Fred Ende and Adam Percival write in this blog post. "[A]lignment to the Next Generation Science Standards is a complex topic, and will likely mean very different things to different people," they write. "However, alignment must mean more than just 'checking boxes' or a simple 'crosswalk' from old standards to new."

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