Standards & Software

Tool-based Software and Sunshine State Standards

Science

Technology integration suggestions for Science arranged by the Sunshine State Standards. Click the blue arrow ToolLink for an example lesson plan from a Florida school. Click the dark gray dot ToolCheck for examples of appropriate computer software and related lesson plans.

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The Nature of Matter
SC.A.1 The student understands that all matter has observable and measurable properties. ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull
SC.A.2 The student understands the basic principles of atomic theory. ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull
Energy
SC.B.1 The student recognizes that energy may be changed in form with varying efficiency. ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull
SC.B.2 The student understands the interaction of matter and energy. ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull
Force and Motion
SC.C.1 The student understands the types of motion may be described, measured, and predicted. ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull
SC.C.2 The student understands that the types of force that act on an object and the effect of that force can be described, measured, and predicted. ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull
Processes that Shape the Earth
SC.D.1 The student recognizes that processes in the lithosphere, atmosphere, hydrosphere, and biosphere interact to shape the Earth. ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull
SC.D.2 The student understand the need for protection of the natural systems on Earth. ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull
Earth and Space
SC.E.1 The student understands the interaction and organization in the Solar System and the universe and how this affects life on Earth. ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull
SC.E.2 The student recognizes the vastness of the universe and the Earth's place in it. ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull
Processes of Life
SC.F.1 The student describes patterns of structure and function in living things. ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull
SC.F.2 The student understands the process and importance of genetic diversity. ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull
How Living Thing Interact with Their Environment
SC.G.1 The student understands the competitive, interdependent, clclic nature of living things in the environment. ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull
SC.G.2 The student understands the consequences of using limited natural resources. ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull
The Nature of Science
SC.H.1 The student uses the scientific processes and habits of mind to solve problems. ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull
SC.H.2 The student understands that most natural events occur in comprehensible, consistent patterns. ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull
SC.H.3 The student understands that science, technology, and society are interwoven and interdependent. ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull ToolLinkNull