Standards with the same topic and subject but for other grades
Explain how the type of structure determines the way the parts are put together.
Analyze factors that determine structural design (e.g., building laws and codes, style, convenience, cost, climate, and function).
Describe how systems thinking involves considering how every part relates to others.
Recognize that requirements for a design include such factors as the desired elements and features of a product or system or the limits that are placed on the design.
Apply a design process to solve problems beyond the laboratory classroom.
Use computers appropriately to access and organize and apply information.
Explain how controls are steps that people perform using information about the system that causes systems to change.
Evaluate the criteria and constraints of a design.
Analyze how a multidisciplinary (STEM) approach to problem solving will yield greater results.
Operate and maintain systems in order to achieve a given purpose.