What is Three Dimensional Learning?
Three dimensional learning refers to the simultaneous coordination of a limited set of disciplinary core ideas (DCI) and crosscutting concepts (CCC) knowledge and through the Science and Engineering Practices (SEP) needed to engage in scientific inquiry. As we prepare to implement the new Pennsylvania STEELS standards, K-12 science educators can benefit from learning more about the three-dimensional approach to teaching and learning science!
Target Audience: K-12 Science Educators, Administrators, Curriculum Leads
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