EQuIP Rubric for Lessons & Units: Science
The Educators Evaluating the Quality of Instructional Products (EQuIP) Rubric for science provides criteria by which to measure the degree to which lessons and units are designed for the NGSS.
The purpose of the rubric and review process is to: (1) review existing lessons and units to determine what revisions are needed; (2) provide constructive criterion-based feedback and suggestions for improvement to developers; (3) identify exemplars/models for teachers’ use within and across states; and (4) to inform the development of new lessons, units, and other instructional materials.
EQuIP Peer Review Panel: Science
- About the EQuIP Peer Review Panel for Science
- EQuIP Call-to-Action: Submit Lessons and Units for Review
- FAQ: EQuIP for Science
- Examples of Quality NGSS Design
EQuIP Rubric for Lessons & Units: Science, Version 3.0
- Fillable pdf
- Rubric changes for Version 3.0
- Facilitator's Guide for Professional Learning, Version 3.0
NGSS Lesson Screener:
The NGSS Lesson Screener includes fewer criteria than the EQuIP Rubric for Science and is intended to more quickly review a learning sequence to see if it is on the right track. It is intended to be used in more informal reviews (no scoring) and is only for evaluating instruction that extends over several class periods or days. It is not designed for thorough vetting of lessons or for evaluating units or longer sequences of instruction.
EQuIP Professional Learning Facilitator's Guide:
Tool offers guidance and a series of ten modules designed to help district and school leaders provide NGSS professional learning opportunities based on the EQuIP Rubric for Science, Version 3.0.