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3-D Learning & Assessment for K–5 Science

The new science standards require that students not only understand science concepts, but that they also build skills such as problem-solving, critical thinking, communication, collaboration, and self-management as they engage in science and engineering practices. Three-dimensional learning and assessment expect students to ask questions, plan investigations, and analyze data to develop the higher-order thinking skills needed to transfer what they have learned to new situations.

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