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Building curriculum and instruction for the next generation science standards: articulating design features for computer-supported complex systems learning in science classrooms

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  • Susan A. Yoon
  • Eric D. Klopfer
  • Sao-Ee Goh
  • Josh Sheldon
  • Ilana Schoenfeld
  • Daniel Wendel
  • Hal Scheintaub
  • Jessica Koehler-Yom
  • Emma Anderson
  • Joyce Lin
  • Murat Oztok
  • Chad Evans
Publication date16/04/2015
Host publicationAERA 2015 Annual Meeting: Toward Justice: Culture, Language, and Heritage in Education Research and Praxis
<mark>Original language</mark>English


In this paper we present a framework for building complex systems understanding in high school biology classrooms. The goal is to provide a modular heuristic that can inform the construction of curricular and instructional experiences including tools for teaching and learning and professional development workshops. Brief examples from current National Science Foundation-funded project activities and evaluation results from an exploratory study demonstrate the utility of the framework in practice.