FOSS Pathways: The phenomenon-based science curriculum for our time.
Today as never before, the world needs scientific thinkers — to view the world thoughtfully, approach challenges analytically, and embrace opportunities enthusiastically. Now FOSS®, a field-tested leader in science education, has stepped forward to meet that challenge with FOSS Pathways™. This new PreK–5 core science curriculum:
Aligns with today’s national science standards and is adaptable to meet state and local requirements
Incorporates the digital tools for a flexible multimedia experience
Lends flexibility to teach in the class time allotted for science
Teaches through a multimodal approach to resonate with every student
Engages students through coherent phenomenon storylines that are local and relevant
Provides unmatched educative support to teach phenomena-based science
See FOSS Pathways in action and get a glimpse of its power.
PreK-5 science for today and tomorrow.
Promotes scientific thinking
Students engage with real-world issues using three dimensional learning practices, and field-tested assessments accurately measure student learning and progress.
through active investigation
Students are empowered to act as scientists and engineers using hands-on experiences to figure out the world around them.
Addresses standards, affords flexibility
Educators can address standards within the teaching time allotted for science, while retaining flexibility for customized instruction.
Supports educators to teach
Teacher support spells out an explicit connection between the anchor phenomenon being investigated and the core ideas being exposed.
Promotes access and equity
Hands-on experiences and accompanying rich resources combine to enable differentiated instruction that resonates individually with each student.
experience starts here.
Browse a sampler of an actual FOSS Pathways module. Contact your FOSS Representative today to learn more.
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