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Three-Dimensional Learning

As we all know, COVID created unprecedented challenges for STEM education and forced three-dimensional learning to take a back seat. However, with students and educators going back to school, it is time to reignite the excitement of solving problems and exploration. In this issue of The Caliper, STEM experts from NSTA and OpenSciEd and district STEM leaders highlight the need to reinvest in science and share how embracing three-dimensional learning can help.

If nothing else, the last 18 months during this worldwide pandemic have demonstrated the fragility and limitations of our education system. We asked more of......
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Jim Ryan
The Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) provides a powerful framework for strengthening science literacy and helping students think and act as real-world scientists. However, as......
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Breaking Down Barriers for Remote Learning Article
When the global pandemic forced the closure of college science departments across the nation, Dr. Kari van Zee, Dr. Ryan Mehl, Dr. Rick Cooley, and......
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For over a year now it has been undoubtedly challenging to deliver the hands-on learning experiences that are so important to helping students make meaningful......
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What is three-dimensional learning? How do we develop and change how we teach as science educators? How do we get students to do the heavy......
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National Academies Report Cover
A Call to Action for Science Education, a comprehensive report published by the National Academies of Sciences, outlines the need for equitable access to quality......
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