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Unpacking Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS)

Cosponsored by UNH Cooperative Extension

In this workshop you will engage in a thorough discussion of the Next Generation Science Standards to more fully understand implications for curriculum and instruction. Small group activities will focus on analyzing the standards for content, depth of knowledge, performance expectation, pedagogical approach, and assessment for an authentic classroom context. Products of the small group work will be reviewed and discussed. A limited number of scholarships may be available for this offering. To request consideration of a scholarship, please contact Mark Wiley at mark.wiley@unh.edu. Scholarships are based on a "first come, first served" basis.

Instructor Bios


Unpacking Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS)

  • Mark Wiley

    Mark Wiley

    Mark Wiley, M.S., maintains multiple roles in his work at UNH: assistant director for marine education, NH Sea Grant; director of the UNH Marine Docent Program; and Extension state specialist in science literacy, UNH Cooperative Extension. In addition, Mark has designed professional development for educators at Measured Progress. He also taught high school biology, environmental science, and math for 10 years at Tilton School in New Hampshire. Mark earned his master's degree in natural resource management from UNH.

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