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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 KANSAS COLLEGE & CAREER READY STANDARDS Sustainability Power outages and failures are almost non-exsistant in areas that rely on wind power Standards are not curriculum. They specify what students should be able to do at the end of instruction. Wind energy does not involve the use of any fossil fuels like natural gas, coal or oil. Wind turbines requirevast plots of land It's an efficient, renewable, never-ending resource, therefore power failures are almost non-existent What Are Standards? Productivity Statistics Wind energy is fueled by the wind, so it's a clean fuel source +25% Increase of wind energy usage per year, over the past decade +2.5% 2010 wind energy production was over 2.5% worldwide What's Different About These Standards? Previous standards were based only on the main ideas of a discipline. The New Standards Are Based On: Core Ideas of the Discipline Cross-cutting Concepts Science & Engineering Practices Assessment is based on students being able to demonstrate understanding through performance of tasks, initiation and completion of investigations, or project-based learning experiences. STEM = Science, Technology,Engineering, & Mathematics Are They Related to theCommon Core State Standards? No. The new standards apply only tothe teaching of K-12 Science. The standardsrecognize that all the scientific disciplinesare interrelated & that science & engineeringshould be taught the way it is practiced.
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