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  • Educational Technology > General
  • Mathematics > General

Education Levels:

  • Grade 6
  • Grade 7
  • Grade 8

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English

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SMT.7-8.2.1.1: Math, Science and Technology

use a range of equipment and software to integrate several forms of information in order to create good quality audio, video, graphic, and text-based presentations.

SMT.7-8.2.1.2: Math, Science and Technology

use spreadsheets and data-base software to collect, process, display, and analyze information. Students access needed information from electronic data bases and on-line telecommunication services.

SMT.7-8.2.1.3: Math, Science and Technology

systematically obtain accurate and relevant information pertaining to a particular topic from a range of sources, including local and national media, libraries, museums, governmental agencies, industries, and individuals.

SMT.7-8.2.1.4: Math, Science and Technology

collect data from probes to measure events and phenomena.

SMT.7-8.2.1.5: Math, Science and Technology

use simple modeling programs to make predictions.

SMT.7-8.2.2.1: Math, Science and Technology

understand the need to question the accuracy of information displayed on a computer because the results produced by a computer may be affected by incorrect data entry.

SMT.7-8.2.2.2: Math, Science and Technology

identify advantages and limitations of data-handling programs and graphics programs.

SMT.7-8.2.2.3: Math, Science and Technology

understand why electronically stored personal information has greater potential for misuse than records kept in conventional form.

SMT.7-8.2.3.1: Math, Science and Technology

use graphical, statistical, and presentation software to presents project to fellow classmates.

SMT.7-8.2.3.2: Math, Science and Technology

describe applications of information technology in mathematics, science, and other technologies that address needs and solve problems in the community.

SMT.7-8.2.3.3: Math, Science and Technology

explain the impact of the use and abuse of electronically generated information on individuals and families.

SMT.7-8.5.1.1: Math, Science and Technology

identify needs and opportunities for technical solutions from an investigation of situations of general or social interest.

SMT.7-8.5.1.2: Math, Science and Technology

locate and utilize a range of printed, electronic, and human information resources to obtain ideas.

SMT.7-8.5.1.3: Math, Science and Technology

consider constraints and generate several ideas for alternative solutions, using group and individual ideation techniques (group discussion, brainstorming, forced connections, role play); defer judgment until a number of ideas have been generated; evaluate (critique) ideas; and explain why the chosen solution is optimal.

SMT.7-8.5.1.4: Math, Science and Technology

develop plans, including drawings with measurements and details of construction, and construct a model of the solution, exhibiting a degree of craftsmanship.

SMT.7-8.5.1.5: Math, Science and Technology

in a group setting, test their solution against design specifications, present and evaluate results, describe how the solution might have been modified for different or better results, and discuss tradeoffs that might have to be made.

SMT.7-8.5.2.1: Math, Science and Technology

choose and use resources for a particular purpose based upon an analysis and understanding of their properties, costs, availability, and environmental impact.

SMT.7-8.5.2.2: Math, Science and Technology

use a variety of hand tools and machines to change materials into new forms through forming, separating, and combining processes, and processes which cause internal change to occur.

SMT.7-8.5.2.3: Math, Science and Technology

combine manufacturing processes with other technological processes to produce, market, and distribute a product.

SMT.7-8.5.2.4: Math, Science and Technology

process energy into other forms and information into more meaningful information.

SMT.7-8.5.3.1: Math, Science and Technology

assemble a computer system including keyboard, central processing unit and disc drives, mouse, modem, printer, and monitor.

SMT.7-8.5.3.2: Math, Science and Technology

use a computer system to connect to and access needed information from various Internet sites.

SMT.7-8.5.3.3: Math, Science and Technology

use computer hardware and software to draw and dimension prototypical designs.

SMT.7-8.5.3.4: Math, Science and Technology

use a computer as a modeling tool.

SMT.7-8.5.3.5: Math, Science and Technology

use a computer system to monitor and control external events and/or systems.

SMT.7-8.5.4.1: Math, Science and Technology

select appropriate technological systems on the basis of safety, function, cost, ease of operation, and quality of post-purchase support.

SMT.7-8.5.4.2: Math, Science and Technology

assemble, operate, and explain the operation of simple open- and closed-loop electrical, electronic, mechanical, and pneumatic systems.

SMT.7-8.5.4.3: Math, Science and Technology

describe how subsystems and system elements (inputs, processes, outputs) interact within systems.

SMT.7-8.5.4.4: Math, Science and Technology

describe how system control requires sensing information, processing it, and making changes.

SMT.7-8.5.5.1: Math, Science and Technology

describe how the evolution of technology led to the shift in society from an agricultural base to an industrial base to an information base.

SMT.7-8.5.5.2: Math, Science and Technology

understand the contributions of people of different genders, races, and ethnic groups to technological development.

SMT.7-8.5.5.3: Math, Science and Technology

describe how new technologies have evolved as a result of combining existing technologies (e.g., photography combined optics and chemistry; the airplane combined kite and glider technology with a lightweight gasoline engine).

SMT.7-8.5.6.1: Math, Science and Technology

describe how outputs of a technological system can be desired, undesired, expected, or unexpected.

SMT.7-8.5.6.2: Math, Science and Technology

describe through examples how modern technology reduces manufacturing and construction costs and produces more uniform products.

SMT.7-8.5.7.1: Math, Science and Technology

manage time and financial resources in a technological project.

SMT.7-8.5.7.2: Math, Science and Technology

provide examples of products that are well (and poorly) designed and made, describe their positive and negative attributes, and suggest measures that can be implemented to monitor quality during production.

SMT.7-8.5.7.3: Math, Science and Technology

assume leadership responsibilities within a structured group activity.

SMT.7-8.7.1.1: Math, Science and Technology

analyze science/technology/society problems and issues at the local level and plan and carry out a remedial course of action.

SMT.7-8.7.1.2: Math, Science and Technology

make informed consumer decisions by seeking answers to appropriate questions about products, services, and systems; determining the cost/benefit and risk/benefit tradeoffs; and applying this knowledge to a potential purchase.

SMT.7-8.7.1.3: Math, Science and Technology

design solutions to real-world problems of general social interest related to home, school, or community using scientific experimentation to inform the solution and applying mathematical concepts and reasoning to assist in developing a solution.

SMT.7-8.7.1.4: Math, Science and Technology

describe and explain phenomena by designing and conducting investigations involving systematic observations, accurate measurements, and the identification and control of variables; by inquiring into relevant mathematical ideas; and by using mathematical and technological tools and procedures to assist in the investigation.

SMT.7-8.7.2.1: Math, Science and Technology

work effectively

SMT.7-8.7.2.2: Math, Science and Technology

gather and process information

SMT.7-8.7.2.3: Math, Science and Technology

generate and analyze ideas

SMT.7-8.7.2.4: Math, Science and Technology

observe common themes

SMT.7-8.7.2.5: Math, Science and Technology

realize ideas

SMT.7-8.7.2.6: Math, Science and Technology

present results

SMT.7-8.7.A: Math, Science and Technology

Working Effectively: Contributing to the work of a brainstorming group, laboratory partnership, cooperative learning group, or project team; planning procedures; identify and managing responsibilities of team members; and staying on task, whether working alone or as part of a group.

SMT.7-8.7.B: Math, Science and Technology

Gathering and Processing Information: Accessing information from printed media, electronic data bases, and community resources and using the information to develop a definition of the problem and to research possible solutions.

SMT.7-8.7.C: Math, Science and Technology

Generating and Analyzing Ideas: Developing ideas for proposed solutions, investigating ideas, collecting data, and showing relationships and patterns in the data.

SMT.7-8.7.D: Math, Science and Technology

Common Themes: Observing examples of common unifying themes, applying them to the problem, and using them to better understand the dimensions of the problem.

SMT.7-8.7.E: Math, Science and Technology

Realizing Ideas: Constructing components or models, arriving at a solution, and evaluating the result.

SMT.7-8.7.F: Math, Science and Technology

Presenting Results: Using a variety of media to present the solution and to communicate the results.
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