New curriculum is built for the Next Generation Science Standards

inspire-STEMA new science resource launching this month is intended to engage K-5 students in problem-based science learning. The curriculum also integrates literacy with science and engineering teaching practices.

Inspire Science, from McGraw-Hill Education, is a new core elementary science curriculum for K-5 students designed specifically to address the requirements of the Next Generation Science Standards.

The program aims to help teachers improve student results in STEM by motivating students to become curious, creative problem solvers.

Next page: How the program blends science and engineering with problem-based challenges

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