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Prepu ublication copy, uncorr rected proofs s Prepub blication C Copy Uncorrrected Pro oofs DESIGN, SE D ELECTION AND IMP N, PLEMENTAATION OF INSTRUCT TIONAL MAT TERIALS FOR THE NEXT GEN F N NERATION SCIENCE STANDAR N RDS (NGSS) S PROC CEEDINGS OF A W S WORKSHO OP Holly G. Rhodes, Rapp R porteur Board on Science Edu S ucation Division of Behavioral an Social Sc D B nd ciences and E Education ADVAN NCE CO OPY NOT FOR PUBL RELEASE BEFORE O LIC Th hursday, February 1, 2018 F y 9:0 am. EST 00
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Prepublication copy, uncorrected proofs PLANNING COMMITTEE ON DESIGN, SELECTION, AND IMPLEMENTATION OF INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS FOR THE NEXT GENERATION SCIENCE STANDARDS (NGSS): A WORKSHOP MICHAEL LACH (Chair), Urban Education Institute, University of Chicago DIANE J. BRIARS, National Council of Teachers of Mathematics ELIZABETH A. DAVIS, University of Michigan DANIEL C. EDELSON, Biological Sciences Curriculum Study SUSAN GOMEZ-ZWIEP, California State University-Long Beach TIFFANY NEILL, Oklahoma State Department of Education CYNTHIA PASSMORE, University of California-Davis BRIAN J. REISER, School of Education and Social Policy, Northwestern University LEON WALLS, University of Vermont HEIDI SCHWEINGRUBER, Study Director TIFFANY TAYLOR, Research Associate MATTHEW LAMMERS, Program Coordinator v
Prepublication copy, uncorrected proofs BOARD ON SCIENCE EDUCATION ADAM GAMORAN (Chair), William T. Grant Foundation, New York SUNITA V. COOKE, MiraCosta College, Oceanside, CA MELANIE COOPER, Department of Chemistry, Michigan State University RODOLFO DIRZO, Department of Biology, Stanford University RUSH D. HOLT, American Association for the Advancement of Science MATTHEW KREHBIEL, Achieve, Inc. MICHAEL LACH, Urban Education Institute, University of Chicago LYNN LIBEN, Department of Psychology, The Pennsylvania State University CATHRYN (CATHY) MANDUCA, Science Education Resource Center, Carleton College JOHN MATHER, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center TONYA M. MATTHEWS, Michigan Science Center BRIAN REISERÂ¸ School of Education and Social Policy, Northwestern University MARSHALL (MIKE) SMITH, Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching ROBERTA TANNER, Retired Physics Teacher, Thompson School District, Loveland, Colorado SUZANNE WILSON, Department of Teacher Education, Michigan State University HEIDI SCHWEINGRUBER, Director vi
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Prepublication copy, uncorrected proofs Contents 1 Introduction 2 Current State of Kâ12 Science Instruction 3 Developing and Selecting Instructional Materials for the NGSS 4 Models for Developing and Distributing Instructional Materials 5 Implementing Instructional Materials for the NGSS 6 Next Steps References Appendixes A Workshop Agenda B Biographical Sketches of Committee Members and Presenters C Possible Action Items from Small Groups ix