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Missouri
Science
Hitler's Scientists - von Braun Surrenders
II.A.1.a
Ages: 14, 15, 16, 17
discuss the scientific, technological , and political aspects of major challenges to society. Describe how each of these aspects influences public policy formulation in dealing with the challenges
Missouri
Science
Hitler's Scientists - von Braun Surrenders
8.2.A.a
Ages: 8
Research biographical information about various scientists and inventors from different gender and ethnic backgrounds, and describe how their work contributed to science and technology
Missouri
Science
Hitler's Scientists - von Braun Surrenders
8.1.C.a
Ages: 9
Identify how the effects of inventions or technological advances (e.g., different types of light bulbs, semiconductors/integrated circuits and electronics, satellite imagery, robotics, communication, transportation, generation of energy, renewable materials) may be helpful, harmful, or both
Missouri
Science
Hitler's Scientists - von Braun Surrenders
8.2.A.a
Ages: 9
Research biographical information about various scientists and inventors from different gender and ethnic backgrounds, and describe how their work contributed to science and technology
Missouri
Science
Hitler's Scientists - von Braun Surrenders
a
Ages: 10
Identify how the effects of inventions or technological advances (e.g., complex machinery, technologies used in space exploration, satellite imagery, weather observation and prediction, communication, transportation, robotics, tracking devices) may be helpful, harmful, or both
Missouri
Science
Hitler's Scientists - von Braun Surrenders
a
Ages: 10
Research biographical information about various scientists and inventors from different gender and ethnic backgrounds, and describe how their work contributed to science and technology
Missouri
Science
Hitler's Scientists - von Braun Surrenders
a
Ages: 11
Explain how technological improvements, such as those developed for use in space exploration, the military, or medicine, have led to the invention of new products that may improve lives here on Earth (e.g., new materials, freeze-dried foods, infrared goggles, Velcro, satellite imagery, robotics, lasers)
Missouri
Science
Hitler's Scientists - von Braun Surrenders
a
Ages: 11
Describe how the contributions of scientists and inventors, representing different cultures, races, and gender, have contributed to science, technology and human activity (e.g., George Washington Carver, Thomas Edison, Thomas Jefferson, Isaac Newton, Marie Curie, Galileo, Albert Einstein, Mae Jemison, Edwin Hubble, Charles Darwin, Jonas Salk, Louis Pasteur, Jane Goodall, Tom Akers, John Wesley Powell, Rachel Carson)
Missouri
Science
Hitler's Scientists - von Braun Surrenders
a
Ages: 11
Describe ways in which science and society influence one another (e.g., scientific knowledge and the procedures used by scientists influence the way many individuals in society think about themselves, others, and the environment; societal challenges often inspire questions for scientific research; social priorities often influence research priorities through the availability of funding for research)
Missouri
Science
Hitler's Scientists - von Braun Surrenders
a
Ages: 12
Explain how technological improvements, such as those developed for use in space exploration, the military, or medicine, have led to the invention of new products that may improve lives here on Earth (e.g., new materials, freeze-dried foods, infrared goggles, Velcro, satellite imagery, robotics, lasers)
Missouri
Science
Hitler's Scientists - von Braun Surrenders
a
Ages: 12
Describe how the contributions of scientists and inventors, representing different cultures, races, and gender, have contributed to science, technology and human activity (e.g., George Washington Carver, Thomas Edison, Thomas Jefferson, Isaac Newton, Marie Curie, Galileo, Albert Einstein, Mae Jemison, Edwin Hubble, Charles Darwin, Jonas Salk, Louis Pasteur, Jane Goodall, Tom Akers, John Wesley Powell, Rachel Carson)
Missouri
Science
Hitler's Scientists - von Braun Surrenders
a
Ages: 12
Describe ways in which science and society influence one another (e.g., scientific knowledge and the procedures used by scientists influence the way many individuals in society think about themselves, others, and the environment; societal challenges often inspire questions for scientific research; social priorities often influence research priorities through the availability of funding for research)
Missouri
Science
Hitler's Scientists - von Braun Surrenders
a
Ages: 13
Explain how technological improvements, such as those developed for use in space exploration, the military, or medicine, have led to the invention of new products that may improve lives here on Earth (e.g., new materials, freeze-dried foods, infrared goggles, Velcro, satellite imagery, robotics, lasers)
Missouri
Science
Hitler's Scientists - von Braun Surrenders
a
Ages: 13
Describe how the contributions of scientists and inventors, representing different cultures, races, and gender, have contributed to science, technology and human activity (e.g., George Washington Carver, Thomas Edison, Thomas Jefferson, Isaac Newton, Marie Curie, Galileo, Albert Einstein, Mae Jemison, Edwin Hubble, Charles Darwin, Jonas Salk, Louis Pasteur, Jane Goodall, Tom Akers, John Wesley Powell, Rachel Carson)
Missouri
Science
Hitler's Scientists - von Braun Surrenders
a
Ages: 13
Describe ways in which science and society influence one another (e.g., scientific knowledge and the procedures used by scientists influence the way many individuals in society think about themselves, others, and the environment; societal challenges often inspire questions for scientific research; social priorities often influence research priorities through the availability of funding for research)
Missouri
Science
Hitler's Scientists - von Braun Surrenders
a
Ages: 14, 15, 16, 17
Recognize contributions to science are not limited to the work of one particular group, but are made by a diverse group of scientists representing various ethnic and gender groups
Missouri
Science
Hitler's Scientists - von Braun Surrenders
b
Ages: 14, 15, 16, 17
Recognize gender and ethnicity of scientists often influence the questions asked and/or the methods used in scientific research and may limit or advance science knowledge and/or technology

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