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Physical Science Students at Eisenhower Will...

  1. use information to make accurate predictions about their world.
  2. use experiments and models to explore their world.
  3. understand the concepts of change, equilibrium, and measurement.
    • illustrate that constancy and change are properties of objects and processes
    • illustrate that energy and matter can be transformed and changed but the sum remains the same
    • use scientific devices to measure objects and phenomena
    • employ mathematics to quantify properties of objects and phenomena
  4. understand the process of scientific inquiry
    • collect and analyze data using appropriate tools
    • write up and present laboratory results
  5. know and understand the properties of matter, fields, forces, and motion.
    • demonstrate knowledge of matter and the structure of the atom
    • understand the various types of force and motion
  6. know and understand how energy is transformed.
    • understand forms of heat transfer
    • understand the relationship between electricity and magnetism
    • understand sources and properties of sound
    • demonstrate knowledge of light and its properties
  7. understand the relationship between science and technology throughout history.

Earth Science Students at Eisenhower Will…

  1. Use information to make accurate predictions about their world.
  2. Use experiments and models to explore their world.
  3. Understand the concepts of change, equilibrium, and measurement.
  4. Understand the process of scientific inquiry.
  5. Know and understand the properties of matter.
  6. Know and understand how energy is transformed.
  7. Know and understand the properties of the earth and the universe.
  8. Understand the relationship between science and technology throughout history.

Life Science Students At Eisenhower Will…

  1. use information to make accurate predictions about their world.
  2. use experiments and models to explore their world.
  3. investigate how living things developed to meet specific needs.
  4. understand the concepts of change (including evolution), equilibrium, and measurement.
  5. understand the process of scientific inquiry.
  6. know and understand how energy in living things is transformed.
  7. know and understand the basis for classifying organisms.
  8. know and understand the relationships between organisms and their environment including internal and external interactions.
  9. understand the relationship between science and technology throughout history.
  10. understand the relationships between natural hazards and environmental risks for living things.