Three-dimensional learning uses science and engineering practices to actively engage students in science learning, integrating these with disciplinary core ideas and crosscutting concepts, and explaining phenomena and/or designing solutions to problems to drive student learning.
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Recent science reform advocates for the inclusion of engineering design to teach science and represents a shift to so-called three-dimensional (3D) le...