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Get Tips to Implement Three-Dimensional Learning

Discover valuable strategies for transitioning the 6-12 science classroom to a three-dimensional learning model for inspired teaching and learning. Meet the science standards and help students think scientifically, while building, deepening, and applying core ideas and concepts to achieve better student outcomes.

Learn more when you download the free eBook, Implementing Three-Dimensional Learning for Today’s 6-12 Science Classroom: Your Guide to Navigating the Standards.

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In the eBook, you will learn how to:

Explore techniques that benefit teachers and students, alike.

  • Engage students in small group collaboration
  • Provide inquiry-first instruction
  • Reintroduce model making
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Explore ways to help students own their learning.

  • Create an atmosphere of exploration
  • Allow students to make their own discoveries
  • Coach and cheerlead students along the way
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Engage students in the same practices scientists and engineers use.

  • Generate and refine questions
  • Plan and carry out investigations
  • Experience meaningful, real-world science scenarios
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Look for a science program that solidly supports teachers.

  • Allows easy-access professional development 
  • Provides flexibility to integrate teachers' own curated or open educational resources 
  • Helps teachers cultivate literacy and support ELL
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