Standards with the same topic and subject but for other grades
Evaluate the appropriateness of questions.
Design an investigation with adequate control and limited variables to investigate a question.
Critique the elements of an experimental design (e.g., raising questions, formulating hypotheses, developing procedures, identifying variables, manipulating variables, interpreting data, and drawing conclusions) applicable to a specific experimental design.
Generate questions about objects, organisms and/or events that can be answered through scientific investigations.
Project additional questions from a research study that could be studied.
Know and use the ongoing scientific processes to continually improve and better understand how things work.
Evaluate the appropriateness of research questions (e.g., testable vs. not-testable).
Evaluate experimental information for relevance and adherence to science processes.
Explain how correlation of variables does not necessarily imply causation.
Apply the concept that many technological problems require a multi-disciplinary approach.