Learning Through Performance
In an effort to accelerate and deepen student learning of the Next Generation Science Standards and the Common Core State Standards in mathematics, the Understanding Language - Stanford Center for Assessment, Learning, and Equity (UL-SCALE) developed sixth-grade project-based curricula with performance-based assessments. This study was led by Drs. Linda Darling Hammond, Kenji Hakuta and Raymond Pecheone.
To lean more about the program and access the curriculum materials, go to: Learning Through Performance - 6th Grade Curriculum | Stanford NGSS Curriculum & Assessment
Principal Investigator:Drs. Linda Darling Hammond, Kenji Hakuta, and Raymond Pecheone
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