Michigan K-12 Standards Science
v. 11/2015 Page 5 of 34 K-12 Science Education,1 which set forth guidance for science standards development based on the research on how students learn best. This extensive body of research suggests students need to be engaged in doing science by engaging the same practices used by scientists and engineers.
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