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									Transportation Systems                                                                                                  WVEIS 2448

This course provides opportunities for students to study and apply technological systems, concepts, and processes as they relate to
relocating people and goods. Group and individual activities engage students in creating ideas, developing innovations, and
implementing design solutions as they relate to transportation systems. Students will utilize problem-solving techniques and
manipulative skills while completing laboratory activities to develop an understanding of course concepts. Topics range from the
transportation subsystems to the sources of energy used in the industry. Safety instruction is integrated into all activities. Students
are encouraged to become active members of the Technology Student Association (TSA), which is an integral component of the
program and provides curricular opportunities that enhance student achievement. The West Virginia Standards for 21st Century
Learning include the following components: 21st Century Content Standards and 21st Century Learning Skills and Technology
Tools. All West Virginia teachers are responsible for classroom instruction that integrates learning skills, technology tools, and
content standards and objectives.

Grade 9-12       Transportation Systems
Standard: 1      The Nature of Technology
ET.S.TR.1        Students will:
                      recognize the characteristics and scope of technology.
                      examine the core concepts of technology.
                      determine the relationships among technologies and the connections between technology and other fields of
                        study.
Objectives       Students will
ET.O.TR.1.1      characterize the inputs, processes, outputs, and feedback of transportation technology.
ET.O.TR.1.2      compare and contrast the advantages and disadvantages of a variety of transportation methods as they relate to
                 economics, speed, and effectiveness.
ET.O.TR.1.3      determine how various transportation technologies interrelate with the other technology systems.
ET.O.TR.1.4      examine the advantages and disadvantages of selected modes of transportation in relation to its efficiency.
ET.O.TR.1.5      solve mathematical computations as they relate to transportation activities.
ET.O.TR.1.6      interpret various charts, graphs, and drawings used to display numerical data.
Performance Descriptors (ET.PD.TR.1)
              Above Mastery                                      Mastery                                Partial Mastery
The student demonstrates exceptional           The student demonstrates competent and The student demonstrates basic but
and exemplary performance with                 proficient performance and shows a          inconsistent performance of fundamental
distinctive and sophisticated application of thorough and effective application of         knowledge and skills characterized by
knowledge and skills that exceed the           knowledge and skills that meet the          errors and/or omissions in the nature of
standard in the nature of technology. The standard in the nature of technology. The technology. The student can describe the
student can assess the inputs, processes, student can characterize the inputs,                 inputs, processes, outputs, and feedback
outputs, and feedback of transportation       processes, outputs, and feedback of              of transportation technology; list the
technology; compare and contrast the          transportation technology; determine the         advantages and disadvantages of a
advantages and disadvantages of a             advantages and disadvantages of a                variety of transportation methods as they
variety of transportation methods as they     variety of transportation methods as they        relate to economics, speed, and
relate to economics, speed, and               relate to economics, speed, and                  effectiveness; identify how various
effectiveness; evaluate how various           effectiveness; examine how various               transportation technologies interrelate
transportation technologies interrelate       transportation technologies interrelate          with the other technology systems;
with the other technology systems;            with the other technology systems; outline discuss the advantages and
compare and contrast the advantages and the advantages and disadvantages of                    disadvantages of selected modes of
disadvantages of selected modes of            selected modes of transportation in              transportation in relation to its efficiency;
transportation in relation to its efficiency; relation to its efficiency; solve                solve mathematical computations as they
solve mathematical computations as they mathematical computations as they relate relate to transportation activities with
relate to transportation activities with no   to transportation activities with little errors; notable error; and label various charts,
errors; and analyze various charts,           and interpret various charts, graphs, and        graphs, and drawings used to display
graphs, and drawings used to display          drawings used to display numerical data.         numerical data. Performance needs
numerical data. The student can               Application of knowledge and skills is           further development and supervision.
independently solve problems and is self- thorough and effective, and the student
directed.                                     work independently.
Standard: 2 Technology and Society
ET.S.TR.2        Students will:
                      discover the cultural, social, economic, and political effects of technology.
                      recognize the effects of technology on the environment.
                      determine the role of society in the development and use of technology.
                      examine the influences of technology on history.
Objectives       Students will
ET.O.TR.2.1      research the cultural and societal effects resulting from the exponential growth of transportation technology.
ET.O.TR.2.2      outline how our economy is affected by developments in transportation systems.
ET.O.TR.2.3      predict the impacts of introducing a new transportation technology in terms of costs, tradeoffs, risks, benefits, and
                 the environment.
ET.O.TR.2.4      assess major developments in transportation technology throughout history, and how those developments have
                 shaped human history.
ET.O.TR.2.5      determine a variety of future developments in transportation and their possible effects on society, the economy,
                 and the environment.
Performance Descriptors (ET.PD.TR.2)
               Above Mastery                                      Mastery                                     Partial Mastery
The student demonstrates exceptional           The student demonstrates competent and The student demonstrates basic but
and exemplary performance with                 proficient performance and shows a         inconsistent performance of fundamental
distinctive and sophisticated application of   thorough and effective application of      knowledge and skills characterized by
knowledge and skills that exceed the           knowledge and skills that meet the         errors and/or omissions in technology and
standard in technology and society. The        standard in technology and society. The    society. The student can identify the
student can research the cultural and          student can report the cultural and        cultural and societal effects resulting from
societal effects resulting from the            societal effects resulting from the        the exponential growth of transportation
exponential growth of transportation           exponential growth of transportation       technology; list how our economy is
technology; evaluate how our economy is        technology; outline how our economy is     affected by developments in
affected by developments in                    affected by developments in                transportation systems and give
transportation systems and give                transportation systems and give            examples; describe the impacts of
examples; predict the impacts of               examples; determine the impacts of         introducing a new transportation
introducing a new transportation               introducing a new transportation           technology in terms of costs, tradeoffs,
technology in terms of costs, tradeoffs,       technology in terms of costs, tradeoffs,   risks, benefits, and the environment; recall
risks, benefits, and the environment;          risks, benefits, and the environment;      major developments in transportation
assess major developments in                   examine major developments in              technology throughout history, and how
transportation technology throughout           transportation technology throughout       those developments have shaped human
history, and how those developments            history, and how those developments        history; and identify a variety of future
have shaped human history; and compare         have shaped human history; and             developments in transportation and their
and contrast a variety of future               determine a variety of future              possible effects on society, the economy,
developments in transportation and their       developments in transportation and their   and the environment. Performance needs
possible effects on society, the economy,      possible effects on society, the economy, further development and supervision.
and the environment. The student can           and the environment. Application of
independently solve problems and is self-      knowledge and skills is thorough and
directed.                                      effective, and the student work
                                               independently.
Standard: 3     Design and Problem Solving
ET.S.TR.3       Students will:
                     characterize the attributes of design.
                     apply the design process.
                     use and maintain technological products and systems.
Objectives      Students will
ET.O.TR.3.1     generate ideas and design solutions to problems through sketches, drawings, and notes.
ET.O.TR.3.2     select and safely use materials, tools, and processes to produce physical models or prototypes of solutions to
                transportation problems.
ET.O.TR.3.3     select and conduct the appropriate tests to gather data on the efficiency of solutions to problems.
ET.O.TR.3.4     interpret test results to evaluate the success of solutions.
ET.O.TR.3.5     examine reasons why human-designed transportation systems and products need to be monitored, maintained,
                   and improved to ensure safety, quality, cost efficiency, and sustainability.
ET.O.TR.3.6        demonstrate critical thinking skills when designing and analyzing transportation technology solutions.
ET.O.TR.3.7        create a design portfolio to use the remainder of the semester to document design work.
ET.O.TR.3.8        utilize a variety of techniques to access information and use the information to solve design problems in
                   transportation.
ET.O.TR.3.9        communicate design solutions through written, graphic, and verbal techniques, using appropriate technology tools
                   to present the information.
Performance Descriptors (ET.PD.TR.3)
                Above Mastery                                       Mastery                                   Partial Mastery
The student demonstrates exceptional             The student demonstrates competent and The student demonstrates basic but
and exemplary performance with                   proficient performance and shows a            inconsistent performance of fundamental
distinctive and sophisticated application of thorough and effective application of             knowledge and skills characterized by
knowledge and skills that exceed the             knowledge and skills that meet the            errors and/or omissions in design and
standard in design and problem solving.          standard in design and problem solving.       problem solving. The student can state
The student can generate ideas and               The student can examine ideas and             ideas and design solutions to problems
design solutions to problems through             design solutions to problems through          through sketches, drawings, and notes;
sketches, drawings, and notes; assess            sketches, drawings, and notes; select and identify and safely use materials, tools,
and safely use materials, tools, and             safely use materials, tools, and processes and processes to produce physical
processes to produce physical models or          to produce physical models or prototypes models or prototypes of solutions in
prototypes of solutions in transportation        of solutions in transportation technology;    transportation technology; select and
technology; select and conduct the               select and conduct the appropriate tests      conduct the appropriate tests to gather
appropriate tests to gather data on the          to gather data on the efficiency of           data on the efficiency of solutions to
efficiency of solutions to problems with no solutions to problems with few errors;             problems with notable errors; label test
errors; analyze test results to evaluate the interpret test results to evaluate the            results to evaluate the success of
success of solutions; evaluate reasons           success of solutions; examine reasons         solutions; list reasons why human-
why human-designed transportation                why human-designed transportation             designed transportation systems and
systems and products need to be                  systems and products need to be               products need to be monitored,
monitored, maintained, and improved to           monitored, maintained, and improved to        maintained, and improved to ensure
ensure safety, quality, cost efficiency, and ensure safety, quality, cost efficiency, and safety, quality, cost efficiency, and
sustainability; effectively demonstrate          sustainability; demonstrate critical thinking sustainability; demonstrate little/no critical
critical thinking skills when designing and skills when designing and analyzing                thinking skills when designing and
analyzing transportation technology              transportation technology solutions; utilize analyzing transportation technology
solutions; evaluate a variety of techniques a variety of techniques to access                  solutions; identify a variety of techniques
to access information and use the                information and use the information to        to access information and use the
information to solve design problems in          solve design problems in transportation;      information to solve design problems in
transportation; and communicate design           and communicate design solutions              transportation; and communicate design
solutions through written, graphic, and          through written, graphic, and verbal          solutions through written, graphic, and
verbal techniques, using appropriate             techniques, using appropriate technology verbal techniques, using appropriate
technology tools to present the               tools to present the information as stated   technology tools to present the
information exceeding the determined          by determined rubric specifications.         information below determined rubric
rubric specification. The student can         Application of knowledge and skills is       specifications. Performance needs further
independently solve problems and is self- thorough and effective, and the student          development and supervision.
directed.                                     work independently.
Standard: 4 The Designed World
ET.S.TR.4         Students will select and use transportation technologies.
Objectives        Students will
ET.O.TR.4.1       develop appropriate health and safety practices associated with the transportation laboratory.
ET.O.TR.4.2       demonstrate the proper use of tools, machines, and equipment in the transportation laboratory.
ET.O.TR.4.3       differentiate between the major categories of energy sources.
ET.O.TR.4.4       examine the Law of Conservation of Energy.
ET.O.TR.4.5       compare and contrast the major methods of generating power used in transportation.
ET.O.TR.4.6       calculate mechanical advantage.
ET.O.TR.4.7       demonstrate how the six simple machines provide mechanical advantage to a vehicle.
ET.O.TR.4.8       assess the types of gears used in transmission of power in order to calculate gear ratio and direction.
ET.O.TR.4.9       outline the six subsystems used in transportation.
ET.O.TR.4.10 compare the major types of energy converters used in transportation.
ET.O.TR.4.11 examine how the effect of friction acts on the movement of a vehicle.
ET.O.TR.4.12 recognize the basic operation of a 2-stroke and 4-stroke engine.
ET.O.TR.4.13 compare and contrast propulsion systems used in air transportation.
ET.O.TR.4.14 design, fabricate, and test a transmission system to solve a given transportation problem.
ET.O.TR.4.15 examine structural design criteria for transportation vehicles and give examples.
ET.O.TR.4.16 differentiate between various materials used in vehicle structures and why each is used.
ET.O.TR.4.17 design, construct, and test a model vehicle, which demonstrates efficient aerodynamic or hydrodynamic design.
ET.O.TR.4.18 compare and contrast suspension systems.
ET.O.TR.4.19 demonstrate Bernoulli’s Principle.
ET.O.TR.4.20 recognize buoyancy and demonstrate how it provides suspension to marine craft.
ET.O.TR.4.21 outline the various support systems that should be available for a given application.
ET.O.TR.4.22 research several types of visual and electronic guidance systems.
ET.O.TR.4.23 determine various ways to control speed and direction in a variety of transportation vehicles.
Performance Descriptors (ET.PD.TR.4)
              Above Mastery                                     Mastery                                  Partial Mastery
The student demonstrates exceptional           The student demonstrates competent and          The student demonstrates basic but
and exemplary performance with                 proficient performance and shows a              inconsistent performance of fundamental
distinctive and sophisticated application of   thorough and effective application of           knowledge and skills characterized by
knowledge and skills that exceed the           knowledge and skills that meet the              errors and/or omissions in the designed
standard in the designed world. The            standard in the designed world. The             world. The student can identify
student can develop appropriate health         student can examine appropriate health          appropriate health and safety practices
and safety practices associated with the       and safety practices associated with the        associated with the transportation
transportation laboratory; evaluate the        transportation laboratory; demonstrate the      laboratory; identify the proper use of tools,
proper use of tools, machines, and             proper use of tools, machines, and              machines, and equipment in the
equipment in the transportation                equipment in the transportation                 transportation laboratory; describe the
laboratory; assess the major categories of     laboratory; differentiate between the major     major categories of energy sources;
energy sources; assess the Law of              categories of energy sources;                   define the Law of Conservation of Energy;
Conservation of Energy; compare and            examine the Law of Conservation of              list the major methods of generating
contrast the major methods of generating       Energy; determine the major methods of          power used in transportation; calculate
power used in transportation; calculate        generating power used in transportation;        mechanical advantage with notable
mechanical advantage with no errors;           calculate mechanical advantage with few         errors; explain how the six simple
evaluate how the six simple machines           errors; demonstrate how the six simple          machines provide mechanical advantage
provide mechanical advantage to a              machines provide mechanical advantage           to a vehicle; list the types of gears used in
vehicle; assess the types of gears used in     to a vehicle; examine the types of gears        transmission of power in order to calculate
transmission of power in order to calculate    used in transmission of power in order to       gear ratio and direction; label the six
gear ratio and direction; evaluate the six     calculate gear ratio and direction; outline     subsystems used in transportation;
subsystems used in transportation;             the six subsystems used in transportation;      identify the major types of energy
assess the major types of energy               compare the major types of energy               converters used in transportation;
converters used in transportation; assess      converters used in transportation;              describe how the effect of friction acts on
how the effect of friction acts on the         examine how the effect of friction acts on      the movement of a vehicle; identify the
movement of a vehicle; evaluate the basic      the movement of a vehicle; recognize the        basic operation of a 2-stroke and 4-stroke
operation of a 2-stroke and 4-stroke           basic operation of a 2-stroke and 4-stroke      engine; list propulsion systems used in air
engine; compare and contrast propulsion        engine; examine propulsion systems used         transportation; design, fabricate, and test
systems used in air transportation; design,    in air transportation; design, fabricate, and   a transmission system to solve a given
fabricate, and test a transmission system      test a transmission system to solve a           transportation problem; define structural
to solve a given transportation problem;       given transportation problem; examine           design criteria for transportation vehicles
evaluate structural design criteria for        structural design criteria for transportation   and give examples; list various materials
transportation vehicles and give               vehicles and give examples; differentiate       used in vehicle structures and why each is
examples; assess various materials used        between various materials used in vehicle       used; design, construct, and test a model
in vehicle structures and why each is          structures and why each is used; design,        vehicle, which demonstrates efficient
used; design, construct, and test a model      construct, and test a model vehicle, which      aerodynamic or hydrodynamic design
vehicle, which demonstrates efficient          demonstrates efficient aerodynamic or           below determined rubric specifications;
aerodynamic or hydrodynamic design             hydrodynamic design as stated by                identify suspension systems; define
exceeding the determined rubric                determined rubric specifications; examine       Bernoulli’s Principle; describe buoyancy
specification; compare and contrast           suspension systems; demonstrate                  and state how it provides suspension to
suspension systems; evaluate Bernoulli’s Bernoulli’s Principle; recognize buoyancy             marine craft; label the various support
Principle; analyze buoyancy and assess        and demonstrate how it provides                  systems that should be available for a
how it provides suspension to marine          suspension to marine craft; outline the          given application; list several types of
craft; assess the various support systems various support systems that should be               visual and electronic guidance systems;
that should be available for a given          available for a given application; examine and describe various ways to control
application; research several types of        several types of visual and electronic           speed and direction in a variety of
visual and electronic guidance systems;       guidance systems; and determine various transportation vehicles. Performance
and analyze various ways to control           ways to control speed and direction in a         needs further development and
speed and direction in a variety of           variety of transportation vehicles.              supervision.
transportation vehicles. The student can      Application of knowledge and skills is
independently solve problems and is self- thorough and effective, and the student
directed.                                     work independently.
Standard: 5 Career Opportunities
ET.S.TR.5        Students will:
                       discover career opportunities in the transportation field.
                       demonstrate skills necessary for successful employment.
Objectives       Students will
ET.O.TR.5.1      compare current and emerging careers in the transportation field.
ET.O.TR.5.2      evaluate a variety of transportation careers as they relate to personal interests and aptitudes.
ET.O.TR.5.3      demonstrate strategies and work habits that can lead to success in future careers in a technological world.
ET.O.TR.5.4      utilize vocabulary and reading comprehension skills used in transportation occupations.
ET.O.TR.5.5      demonstrate independence and cooperation in classroom activities.
ET.O.TR.5.6      develop civic pride and responsibility by participating in service activities to benefit others.
Performance Descriptors (ET.PD.TR.5)
              Above Mastery                                     Mastery                                      Partial Mastery
The student demonstrates exceptional          The student demonstrates competent and The student demonstrates basic but
and exemplary performance with                proficient performance and shows a               inconsistent performance of fundamental
distinctive and sophisticated application of thorough and effective application of             knowledge and skills characterized by
knowledge and skills that exceed the          knowledge and skills that meet the               errors and/or omissions in career
standard in career opportunities. The         standard in career opportunities. The            opportunities. The student can identify
student can compare and contrast current student can examine current and                       current and emerging careers in the field
and emerging careers in the field of          emerging careers in the field of                 of transportation; list a variety of
transportation; evaluate a variety of         transportation; determine a variety of           transportation careers as they relate to
transportation careers as they relate to      transportation careers as they relate to         personal interests and aptitudes; describe
personal interests and aptitudes; select      personal interests and aptitudes;                work strategies that will lead to a
work strategies that will lead to a           demonstrate work strategies that will lead successful career in the field of
successful career in the field of             to a successful career in the field of           transportation; utilize vocabulary and
transportation; utilize vocabulary and         transportation; utilize vocabulary and           reading comprehension skills used in
reading comprehension skills used in           reading comprehension skills used in             transportation occupations with notable
transportation occupations with no errors;     transportation occupations with few              errors; cannot display independence and
justify independence and cooperation           errors; demonstrate independence and             cooperation during activities; and identify
during activities; and assess civic pride      cooperation during activities; and develop       civic pride and responsibility by
and responsibility by participating in         civic pride and responsibility by                participating in service activities to benefit
service activities to benefit others. The      participating in service activities to benefit   others. The student rarely participates in
student can independently solve problems       others. Application of knowledge and             service activities to benefit others.
and is self-directed.                          skills is thorough and effective, and the        Performance needs further development
                                               student can work independently.                  and supervision.


Standard: 6          Participating in the Student Organization
ET.S.TR.6            Students will participate in a local student organization.
Objectives           Students will
ET.O.TR.6.1          assess the purposes and goals of student organizations.
ET.O.TR.6.2          demonstrate leadership skills through participation in student organization activities such as meetings,
                     programs, projects, and competitions.
ET.O.TR.6.3          evaluate the benefits and responsibilities of participation in student, professional, and civic organizations as an
                     adult.
Performance Descriptors (ET.PD.TR.6)
               Above Mastery                                       Mastery                                    Partial Mastery
The student demonstrates exceptional            The student demonstrates competent and The student demonstrates basic but
and exemplary performance with                  proficient performance and shows a             inconsistent performance of fundamental
distinctive and sophisticated application of thorough and effective application of             knowledge and skills characterized by
knowledge and skills that exceed the            knowledge and skills that meet the             errors and/or omissions in participating in
standard in participating in the student        standard in participating in the student       the student organization. The student can
organization. The student can assess the organization. The student can examine                 identify the purpose and goals of a
purpose and goals of a student                  the purpose and goals of a student             student organization; demonstrate
organization; demonstrate leadership            organization; demonstrate leadership           leadership skills through reading about
skills through participation in student         skills through reporting about student         student organizations activities such as
organizations activities such as meetings, organizations activities such as meetings, meetings, programs, projects, and
programs, projects, and competitions; and programs, projects, and competitions; and competitions; and define the benefits and
evaluate the benefits and responsibilities      examine the benefits and responsibilities      responsibilities of participation in student,
of participation in student, professional,      of participation in student, professional,     professional, and civic organizations as
and civic organizations as an adult. The        and civic organizations as an adult.           an adult. Performance needs further
student can independently solve problems Application of knowledge and skills is                development and supervision.
and is self-directed.                           thorough and effective, and the student
                                                 can work independently.
Standard: 7           Literacy and Numeracy
ET.S.TR.7             Students will demonstrate the literacy and numeracy skills required to solve complex, real-world problems
                      associated with their career/technical content area and improve their thinking and reasoning skills.
Objectives            Students will
ET.O.TR.7.1           utilize a variety of technical sources (e.g., Internet, manuals, journals, directions, reports, etc.) to complete
                      career/technical assignments and projects.
ET.O.TR.7.2           demonstrate writing skills required to complete career/technical assignments and projects.
ET.O.TR.7.3           demonstrate accuracy in calculating and measuring graphical work required to complete career/technical
                      assignments and projects.
ET.O.TR.7.4           analyze tables, charts, graphs and multiple data sources to complete career/technical assignments and
                      projects.
Performance Descriptors (ET.PD.TR.7)
              Above Mastery                                     Mastery                                     Partial Mastery
The student demonstrates exceptional           The student demonstrates competent          The student demonstrates basic but
and exemplary performance with                 and proficient performance and shows        inconsistent performance of fundamental
distinctive and sophisticated application a thorough and effective application of          knowledge and skills characterized by errors
of knowledge and skills that exceed the        knowledge and skills that meet the          and/or omissions in literacy and numeracy.
standard in literacy and numeracy. The         standard in literacy and numeracy. The The student selects a variety of technical
student chooses a variety of technical         student utilizes a variety of technical     sources (e.g., Internet, manuals, journals,
sources (e.g., Internet, manuals,              sources (e.g., Internet, manuals,           directions, reports, etc.) to complete
journals, directions, reports, etc.) to        journals, directions, reports, etc.) to     career/technical assignments and projects;
complete career/technical assignments          complete career/technical assignments reproduces writing skills required to complete
and projects; performs writing skills          and projects; demonstrates writing skills career/technical assignments and projects;
required to complete career/technical          required to complete career/technical       illustrates accuracy in calculating and
assignments and projects;                      assignments and projects;                   measuring graphical work required to
communicates accuracy in calculating           demonstrates accuracy in calculating        complete career/technical assignments and
and measuring graphical work required          and measuring graphical work required projects; and explains tables, charts, graphs
to complete career/technical                   to complete career/technical                and multiple data sources to complete
assignments and projects; and                  assignments and projects; and               career/technical assignments and projects.
evaluates tables, charts, graphs and           analyzes tables, charts, graphs and         Performance needs further development and
multiple data sources to complete              multiple data sources to complete           supervision.
career/technical assignments and               career/technical assignments and
projects. The student can independently projects. Application of knowledge and
solve problems and is self-directed.           skills is thorough and effective and the
                                               student can work independently.
                            st
Standard: 8              21 Century Learning Skills
ET.S.TR.8                The student will
                               access and manipulate information for use in oral, written, or multimedia format using appropriate
                                technology skills.
                             apply sound reasoning processes to solve complex real-world problems and develop new ideas.
                             exhibit leadership and ethical behavior in planning and executing tasks, as an individual or a group
                                member.
Objectives              Students will
ET.O.TR.8.1             search online using a range of technology tools and media to access relevant information needed for
                        problem solving.
ET.O.TR.8.2             create information for oral, written, and multimedia communications, adhering to copyright laws.
ET.O.TR.8.3             engage in problem solving and critical thinking processes to create and evaluate complex strategies in order
                        to independently solve problems.
ET.O.TR.8.4             adapt to new situations by considering multiple perspectives and a commitment to continued learning.
ET.O.TR.8.5             exhibit ethical behavior and positive leadership while working collaboratively in the school and/or community.
ET.O.TR.8.6             model legal and ethical behaviors in the use of technology.
Performance Descriptors (ET.PD.TR.8)
              Above Mastery                                    Mastery                                   Partial Mastery
The student demonstrates exceptional         The student demonstrates competent          The student demonstrates basic but
and exemplary performance with               and proficient performance and shows        inconsistent performance of fundamental
distinctive and sophisticated application a thorough and effective application of        knowledge and skills characterized by errors
of knowledge and skills that exceed the      knowledge and skills that meet the          and/or omissions in 21st century learning
standard in 21st century learning skills.    standard in 21st century learning skills.   skills. The student explains online technology
The student assesses online technology The student searches online using a               tools and media to access relevant
tools and media to access relevant           range of technology tools and media to information needed for problem solving;
information needed for problem solving; access relevant information needed for identifies information for oral, written, and
critiques information for oral, written,     problem solving; creates information for multimedia communications, adhering to
and multimedia communications,               oral, written, and multimedia               copyright laws; discusses problem solving
adhering to copyright laws; integrates       communications, adhering to copyright and critical thinking processes to create and
problem solving and critical thinking        laws; engages in problem solving and        evaluate complex strategies in order to
processes to create and evaluate             critical thinking processes to create and independently solve problems; discusses new
complex strategies in order to               evaluate complex strategies in order to situations by considering multiple
independently solve problems; interprets independently solve problems; adapts            perspectives and a commitment to continued
new situations by considering multiple       to new situations by considering            learning; reviews ethical behavior and positive
perspectives and a commitment to             multiple perspectives and a                 leadership while working collaboratively in the
continued learning; incorporates ethical     commitment to continued learning;           school and/or community; and describes legal
behavior and positive leadership while       exhibits ethical behavior and positive      and ethical behaviors in the use of
working collaboratively in the school        leadership while working collaboratively technology. Performance needs further
and/or community; and reinforces legal       in the school and/or community; and         development and supervision.
and ethical behaviors in the use of          models legal and ethical behaviors in
technology. The student can                  the use of technology. Application of
independently solve problems and is          knowledge and skills is thorough and
self-directed.                               effective and the student can work
                                             independently.
Standard: 9           Entrepreneurship Skills
ET.S.TR.9             Students will access the opportunities, concepts, processes, and personal traits/behaviors associated with
                      successful entrepreneurial performance.
Objectives            Students will
ET.O.TR.9.1           assess global trends in entrepreneurship that are related to their career/technical program.
ET.O.TR.9.2           determine entrepreneurial opportunities in venture creation related to their career/technical program.
ET.O.TR.9.3           examine desirable entrepreneurial personality traits.
Performance Descriptors (ET.PD.TR.9)
              Above Mastery                                   Mastery                                    Partial Mastery
The student demonstrates exceptional         The student demonstrates competent          The student demonstrates basic but
and exemplary performance with               and proficient performance and shows        inconsistent performance of fundamental
distinctive and sophisticated application a thorough and effective application of        knowledge and skills characterized by errors
of knowledge and skills that exceed the      knowledge and skills that meet the          and/or omissions in entrepreneurship skills.
standard in entrepreneurship skills. The standard in entrepreneurship skills. The The student lists global trends in
student critiques global trends in           student assesses global trends in           entrepreneurship that are related to their
entrepreneurship that are related to their entrepreneurship that are related to          career/technical program; describes
career/technical program; evaluates          their career/technical program;             entrepreneurial opportunities in venture
entrepreneurial opportunities in venture     determines entrepreneurial                  creation related to their career/technical
creation related to their career/technical opportunities in venture creation related program; and identifies desirable
program; and assesses desirable              to their career/technical program; and      entrepreneurial personality traits.
entrepreneurial personality traits. The      examines desirable entrepreneurial          Performance needs further development and
student can independently solve              personality traits. Application of          supervision.
problems and is self-directed.               knowledge and skills is thorough and
                                             effective and the student can work
                                             independently.

								
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