In the context of next generation science and engineering standards, students can't make claims, have evidence, or provide reasoning without first identifying the questions or problems we're trying to solve.
Learn how to tweak claim, evidence, and reasoning models from ELA to be more successful in next generation science curriculum.
What we cover:
How to differentiate between science and engineering
How to connect the practices of science and engineering with process to solve problems and answer questions
How evidence statements balance student performance expectations and give clues to next generation curriculum alignment
You’ll leave with free tools and strategies, and a new understanding of how STEM learning is changing—and changing students’ engagement with science and mathematics.