A Science Curriculum for Grades K-5
Centering science instruction on developing students’ understanding of real phenomena that actually happens – coming Fall 2017
Phenomenal Science is a regional collaboration between the Science, Mathematics, Technology Center at Central Michigan University and the Great Lakes Bay ISDs to develop K-5 science units through professional learning. This program will result in 21 units that contain three-dimensional science instruction according to the Michigan Science Standards and the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS). The Phenomenal Science unit plans include the goals, evidence, learning plan, instructional cycles (5Es), lesson plan, assessments, handouts, materials lists and sample anchor charts. They will be available for widespread use in Fall 2017.
Welcome to 3-D education
- Michigan Department of Education
- Science, Math, Technology Center at CMU
- Great Lakes Bay ISDs — the Great Lakes Bay ISDs (Bay-Arenac ISD, Saginaw ISD, Midland ISD, Gratiot-Isabella ISD and Clare-Gladwin ISD) works together to maximize resources in the Great Lakes Bay region, including Phenomenal Science.
- Michigan Math @ Science Centers Network
- Oakland Schools
Sponsored by Michigan Virtual and the Michigan STEM PartnershipLearn More