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International Technology and Engineering Educators Association: Technology [2000]

 •   Explicitly Aligned The Designed World ...more
     (Grades K - 12)

 •   Explicitly Aligned Standard 19. Students will develop an understanding of and be able to select and use manufacturing technologies.  ...more
     (Grades K - 12)

 •   Explicitly Aligned In order to select, use, and understand manufacturing technologies, students should learn that: ...more
     (Grades K - 12)

Current Standard

 •   M. Materials have different qualities and may be classified as natural, synthetic, or mixed.
     (Grades 9 - 12)

Aligned Activities
 Element, Mixture, Compound Explicitly Aligned CAT Aligned
 Hot Potato, Cool Foil Explicitly Aligned
 Magic Magnetic Fluid CAT Aligned
 What Works Best in a Radiator? CAT Aligned
 High Arches, Low Arches CAT Aligned
 Simple Coulter Counter CAT Aligned
 Density Column Lab - Part 1 CAT Aligned
 Chromatography Lab CAT Aligned
 Red Cabbage Chemistry CAT Aligned
 Wind Chimes CAT Aligned
 Density Column Lab - Part 2 CAT Aligned
 Magnetic or Not? CAT Aligned
 Eat Iron?!! CAT Aligned
 Battle of the Beams CAT Aligned
 Magnetic Fluids CAT Aligned
 Make That Invisible! Refractive Index Matching CAT Aligned
 Model Heart Valves CAT Aligned
 Fundamentals of Populations and Population Growth CAT Aligned
 Eureka! Or Buoyancy and Archimedes' Principle CAT Aligned
 Penny Perfect Properties (Solid-Liquid Interactions) CAT Aligned
 Beating the Motion Sensor CAT Aligned
 Insulation Materials Investigation CAT Aligned
 What's a Wavelength? CAT Aligned
 A Chance at Monte Carlo CAT Aligned
 Edible Rovers – High School CAT Aligned
 Designing a Spectroscopy Mission CAT Aligned
 Let's Make Silly Putty CAT Aligned
 Preconditioning Balloons CAT Aligned
 Bouncing Balls (for High School) CAT Aligned
 How Far? CAT Aligned
 Using Hooke's Law to Understand Materials CAT Aligned
 Solar Water: Heat it Up! CAT Aligned
 Repairing Broken Bones CAT Aligned
 Determining Densities CAT Aligned
 Zero-Energy Housing CAT Aligned
 Test-a-Beam CAT Aligned
 Designing a Robotic Surgical Device CAT Aligned
 Save a Life, Clean Some Water! CAT Aligned
 Exploring Capillary Action CAT Aligned
 Exploring the Lotus Effect CAT Aligned
 Making Model Microfluidic Devices Using JELL-O CAT Aligned
 The Science of Spring Force CAT Aligned
 
Aligned Lessons
 Bone Fractures and Engineering Explicitly Aligned CAT Aligned
 Separating Mixtures Explicitly Aligned CAT Aligned
 Introduction to Environmental Engineering CAT Aligned
 Floaters and Sinkers CAT Aligned
 Stress, Strain and Hooke's Law CAT Aligned
 Surfactants: Helping Molecules Get Along CAT Aligned
 Magnetic Fields Matter CAT Aligned
 Fun Look at Material Science CAT Aligned
 Factors Affecting Friction CAT Aligned
 Everyday Polymers CAT Aligned
 Common and Natural Logarithms and Solving Equations CAT Aligned
 Stressed and Strained CAT Aligned
 Mechanics of Elastic Solids CAT Aligned
 Viscous Fluids CAT Aligned
 Viscoelasticity CAT Aligned
 Tissue Mechanics CAT Aligned

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  • Explicitly Aligned Standard has one or more explicit curriculum alignments info
  • CAT Aligned Standard has one or more CAT-based curriculum alignments info
  • SAT Aligned Standard has one or more SAT-based curriculum alignments info
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