Science History and Nature of Science K-5
|Category||State Standard||State Indicator||Fact, Concept, Generalization||Winnebago Indicator||Activity||Evaluation Levels|
|History and Nature of Science||1.8 History and Nature of Science
The history and nature of science illustrates different aspects of scientific inquiry, the human aspects of science, and the role that science has played in the development of various cultures.
|1.8.1 By the end of first grade, students will develop an understanding of science as a human endeavor.||
Men and women have made a variety of contributions throughout the history of science and technology.
Science and technology have been practiced by people for a long time.
|second||4.8.1 By the end of fourth grade, students will develop an understanding of science as a human endeavor.||
People choose science as a career or hobby.
Give examples of scientific advances throughout history.
Recognize and describe patterns in data
Scientific understanding is continuously changing.
Investigative discoveries can become available to everyone in the world.
Scientists are employed by colleges, universities, businesses, industries, hospitals, and government agencies.
Scientists work in offices, classrooms, laboratories, farms, factories, and in natural settings from space to the ocean floor.
|fifth||8.8.1 By the end of eighth grade, students will develop an understanding of science as a human endeavor.||
|fifth||8.8.2 By the end of eighth grade, students will develop an understanding of the nature of science.||
|fifth||8.8.3 By the end of eighth grade, students will develop an understanding of the history of science.||
Many individuals have contributed to the traditions of science.
Science has been practiced by different individuals in different cultures.
Dr. Robert Sweetland's Notes ©