EQuIP Peer Review Panel for Science Submission Form
Thank you for your interest in submitting middle school science instructional materials to be reviewed by the Science Peer Review Panel.

In an effort to identify and shine a spotlight on emerging high quality lesson and unit plans designed for the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS), Achieve launched the EQuIP Peer Review Panel for Science – a group of expert reviewers who will evaluate the quality and alignment of lessons and units to the standards. In April 2020, management of the Science PRP transitioned with the Achieve science team to a new project, NextGenScience.

Lessons and units that are identified as “High Quality Examples” and “High Quality Examples if Improved”, based upon the Science EQuIP Rubric for Lessons and Units will be posted online and shared with educators across the country. NextGenScience will strive to raise awareness, visibility, and use of these high quality lessons and units.

If you or your state, district, school, or organization has designed middle school lessons or units for the NGSS, please consider submitting these instructional materials to the EQuIP Peer Review Panel for Science in order to provide educators across the country with various models and templates of high quality and NGSS-aligned lesson and unit plans.

The objective of the EQuIP Peer Review Panel for Science is not to endorse a particular curriculum, product, or template, rather to identify lessons and units that best illustrate the cognitive demands of the NGSS as introduced in A Framework for K-12 Science Education.

If you are interested in reviews of free and publicly available K-5 and high school materials, or reviews of commercial and proprietary K-12 science materials, please visit the NextGenScience project page to learn more: https://www.wested.org/project/nextgenscience/

Please complete this form to request a review of your free and publicly available middle school science instructional materials.
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