Crosby Independent School District is committed to providing quality, research-based, conceptual science instruction with the rigor, depth, and breadth required for every student to be scientifically and technologically literate.
Science Curriculum Goals
- Make science a safe, active learning process that promotes curiosity in every student
- Deliver inquiry-based lessons using the 5E model with a problem-solving, learner-centered approach
- Fully align science lessons with state standards
- Create an awareness of how scientists work and the scientific process
About our Science Curriculum and Instruction
Our science program is based on the National Science Education Standards, the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills, Benchmarks for Science Literacy, and other publications from Project 2061. We approach science using unifying concepts: constancy and change, systems, patterns, properties, and models, and form and function.
Quality science instruction is dependent on giving students experiences in science that pique their curiosity and get them interested in science. Students are encouraged to ask questions, safely use scientific equipment, collect and interpret data, make observations, organize finding, and draw valid conclusions. Hands-on experiences are fundamental for concept development in science, and the discussions students and teachers have are essential for science literacy.
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