Specific Learning Goals and Key Skills: H, I & J
Understand the interactions among science, technology, and human affairs.
1. How does scientific inquiry work as a method of discovery?
Learners will be able to answer this question by:
2. How are science, technology, and other disciplines connected?
3. How do we recognize ethical dilemmas in scientific inquiry, methods, and technology?
Understand and apply moral standards to individual conduct and citizenship through ethical inquiry, social awareness, and civic engagement.
1. How do we understand and apply the tools necessary for responsible participation in communities?
2. How do we understand how ethical issues are embedded in citizenship and civic engagement?
3. How do we apply social science perspectives to past and contemporary issues?
Understand institutions, assumptions, and values using national and global perspectives.
1. How is society is complex, contested, and dynamic?
2. How might others’ world views and cultural practices differ from my own?
Learners will be able to generate and test scientific hypotheses by:
3. How do historical, economic, social, and political conditions affect cultural values and beliefs?
4. What are the global dynamics of power?
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