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Volume 02 | Issue 02 | July 2020
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Sequence Recommendations

Did you know that the PEER Physics units are semi-modular, meaning that there are several different sequences you can implement? There are benefits and costs associated with each possible sequence. Learn more about the varying recommended sequences to decide what makes the most sense for your context.

Sequence Recommendations

NGSS Standards Maps

As you prepare for the 2020-21 school year, review the ways PEER Physics addresses the Next Generation Science Standards.  Keep in mind that we take an integrated approach - several content standards, science practices, and crosscutting concepts are explored in each activity.

NGSS Standards Maps

Coming Up

Take note of these events to collaborate and learn from one another

PEER Physics Summer Institute

This year’s Summer Institute will be a virtual experience for all participants. It will be held July 28-30 - each day involves both synchronous and asynchronous work. Interested in learning more? Email

Celebrating Success

Honoring the great work of PEER Physics teachers

Meet our PEER Physics Summer Interns! This team is working hard over the summer to develop and disseminate resources to support PEER Physics teachers with remote and hybrid learning in the 2020-21 school year. Have ideas or suggestions? Email to let us know your thoughts.

Top Row (left to right): Shannon Wachowski, Khadíjih Mitchell-Polka, and Kaija Reinelt
Bottom Row (left to right): Julian Martins and Marni Jacobs
Not Pictured: Tara Lozen

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