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Academic Alignment Authority: New Mexico

Subject Matter / Course: Science

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New Mexico
Science
Gutenberg Publishes the World's First Printed Book
I.I.I.2
Ages: 10
Use appropriate technologies (e.g., calculators, computers, balances, spring scales, microscopes) to perform scientific tests and to collect and display data.
New Mexico
Science
Gutenberg Publishes the World's First Printed Book
III.I.I.2
Ages: 11
Describe the technologies responsible for revolutionizing information processing and communications (e.g., computers, cellular phones, Internet).
New Mexico
Science
Gutenberg Publishes the World's First Printed Book
I.I.I.2
Ages: 13
Use a variety of technologies to gather, analyze and interpret scientific data.
New Mexico
Science
Gutenberg Publishes the World's First Printed Book
1
Ages: 13
Analyze the interrelationship between science and technology (e.g., germ theory, vaccines).
New Mexico
Science
Gutenberg Publishes the World's First Printed Book
3
Ages: 13
Describe how technological revolutions have significantly influenced societies (e.g., energy production, warfare, space exploration).
New Mexico
Science
Gutenberg Publishes the World's First Printed Book
I.I.I.3
Ages: 14, 15, 16, 17
Use appropriate technologies to collect, analyze, and communicate scientific data (e.g., computers, calculators, balances, microscopes).
New Mexico
Science
Gutenberg Publishes the World's First Printed Book
2
Ages: 14, 15, 16, 17
Understand how advances in technology enable further advances in science (e.g., microscopes and cellular structure; telescopes and understanding of the universe).
New Mexico
Science
Gutenberg Publishes the World's First Printed Book
3
Ages: 14, 15, 16, 17
Evaluate the influences of technology on society (e.g., communications, petroleum, transportation, nuclear energy, computers, medicine, genetic engineering) including both desired and undesired effects, and including some historical examples (e.g., the wheel, the plow, the printing press, the lightning rod).
New Mexico
Science
Gutenberg Publishes the World's First Printed Book
III.I.I.2
Ages: 9
Know that, through science and technology, a wide variety of materials not appearing in nature have become available (e.g., steel, plastic, nylon, fiber optics).
New Mexico
Science
Gutenberg Publishes the World's First Printed Book
I.I.I.2
Ages: 10
Use appropriate technologies (e.g., calculators, computers, balances, spring scales, microscopes) to perform scientific tests and to collect and display data.
New Mexico
Science
Gutenberg Publishes the World's First Printed Book
III.I.I.2
Ages: 11
Describe the technologies responsible for revolutionizing information processing and communications (e.g., computers, cellular phones, Internet).
New Mexico
Science
Gutenberg Publishes the World's First Printed Book
I.I.I.2
Ages: 13
Use a variety of technologies to gather, analyze and interpret scientific data.
New Mexico
Science
Gutenberg Publishes the World's First Printed Book
1
Ages: 13
Analyze the interrelationship between science and technology (e.g., germ theory, vaccines).
New Mexico
Science
Gutenberg Publishes the World's First Printed Book
3
Ages: 13
Describe how technological revolutions have significantly influenced societies (e.g., energy production, warfare, space exploration).
New Mexico
Science
Gutenberg Publishes the World's First Printed Book
I.I.I.3
Ages: 16
Use appropriate technologies to collect, analyze, and communicate scientific data (e.g., computers, calculators, balances, microscopes).
New Mexico
Science
Gutenberg Publishes the World's First Printed Book
2
Ages: 16
Understand how advances in technology enable further advances in science (e.g., microscopes and cellular structure; telescopes and understanding of the universe).
New Mexico
Science
Gutenberg Publishes the World's First Printed Book
3
Ages: 16
Evaluate the influences of technology on society (e.g., communications, petroleum, transportation, nuclear energy, computers, medicine, genetic engineering) including both desired and undesired effects, and including some historical examples (e.g., the wheel, the plow, the printing press, the lightning rod).

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