2018 Atlanta Conference Strand

Focusing On Evidence of 3D Learning

States continue to develop and adopt standards that build on a three-dimensional approach, which calls on students to use disciplinary core ideas, science and engineering practices, and crosscutting concepts to explain real-world phenomena and solve authentic problems. Three-dimensional learning allows students to connect science to their everyday lives and helps prepare them for future careers. This approach is fully realized only when instruction leads to tangible evidence of 3D learning through authentic student products. This strand will help teachers, whether they are 3D novices or experts, expand their understanding of three-dimensional teaching, learning, and assessment. Sessions in this strand will target participants with a beginning, intermediate, or advanced level of familiarity with three-dimensional learning.

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