Professional learning for next generation science



What is the Paperscreen Phase of NextGen TIME like?

During the Paperscreen Phase, a team collaboratively collects, represents, and analyzes evidence from programs under consideration. The full selection team learns the Paperscreen on a model unit of instruction (over approximately 3 days). The team then applies the tools and processes to all programs under consideration requiring approximately two days for each program. The team identifies two programs to pilot in classrooms.

The timeline for the Paperscreen phase varies based on the knowledge of NGSS and capacity of the district. We offer three ways of engaging with the Paperscreen

  • In-person (3 days to learn; 1 day/program to apply)
  • Hybrid (1 ½ days to learn; 1 day/program to apply)
  • Virtual