Monthly Archives: April 2013

Should states adopt the Next Generation Science Standards?

Paul Bruno has written an interesting piece arguing that California should not adopt the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS). While I think he raises some interesting points, even for states with relatively strong existing science standards there are good reasons to adopt … Continue reading

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Top NGSS sessions at NSTA

With the recent release of the final Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS), the science education community is ready to dive into looking over the new standards and start planning for implementation. If you’re attending this week’s NSTA conference in San Antonio, … Continue reading

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Best EdTech Blogger Nomination

I’m a finalist for best EdTech Blogger 2013 at Edtech Digest, for my posts over on the Navigator blog. Check it out, if you’re interested… and thanks, Edtech Digest!

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