1.1 Analyze science/technology/society problems and issues at the local level and
plan and carry out a remedial course of action.
1.2 Make informed consumer decisions by seeking answers to appropriate questions
about products, services, and systems; determining the cost/benefit and risk/benefit tradeoffs; and applying this knowledge to a potential purchase.
1.3 Design solutions to real-world problems of general social interest related to home,
school, or community using scientific experimentation to inform the solution and
applying mathematical concepts and reasoning to assist in developing a solution.
1.4 Describe and explain phenomena by designing and conducting investigations
involving systematic observations, accurate measurements, and the identification
and control of variables; by inquiring into relevant mathematical ideas; and by using
mathematical and technological tools and procedures to assist in the investigation.