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Ohio 9-12 Foundational Standards Framework

34 Standards in this Framework


Standard Description
CS.D.9-12.F.a Identify different multifunctional computing devices and connection technologies, both virtual and physical, to describe their purpose.
CS.D.9-12.F.b Develop and apply criteria to evaluate computing systems for a given purpose.
CS.D.9-12.F.c Create an artifact to demonstrate the roles and interactions of computing systems embedded in everyday objects.
CS.HS.9-12.F.a Compare and contrast interactions between application software, system software and hardware.
CS.T.9-12.F.a Apply a systemic process to identify problems and take steps to correct them within an integrated computing system.
CS.T.9-12.F.b Analyze an IT device to determine either what repairs are needed or how to build it.
NI.N.9-12.F.a Evaluate and select networking devices to establish scalable communications.
NI.N.9-12.F.b Evaluate and select networking protocols to establish network communication.
NI.N.9-12.F.c Understand scalability and reliability of networks to describe the relationships and effects of how the different types of networks work together.
NI.C.9-12.F.a Examine and employ principles of cybersecurity.
NI.C.9-12.F.b Identify physical, social and digital security risks to address possible attacks.
DA.DCS.9-12.F.a Analyze patterns in a real-world data store through hypothesis, testing and use of data tools to gain insight and knowledge.
DA.DCS.9-12.F.b Investigate data storage systems to compare and contrast how data is stored and accessed.
DA.VC.9-12.F.a Analyze the benefits and limitations of data visualization or multisensory artifacts and tools to communicate which is most appropriate to solve a real-world problem.
DA.IM.9-12.F.a Evaluate a model by creating a hypothesis, testing it and refining it to discover connections and trends in the data.
ATP.A.9-12.F.a Define and use appropriate problem solving strategies and visual artifacts to create and refine a solution to a realworld problem.
ATP.A.9-12.F.b Define and implement an algorithm by decomposing problem requirements from a problem statement to solve a problem.
ATP.VDR.9-12.F.a Identify types of variables and data and utilize them to create a computer program that stores data in appropriate ways.
ATP.CS.9-12.F.a Define control structures and Boolean logic and use them to solve real-world scenarios.
ATP.CS.9-12.F.b Use appropriate syntax to create and use a method.
ATP.CS.9-12.F.c Use data scoping to isolate data.
ATP.M.9-12.F.a Break down a solution into procedures using systematic analysis and design.
ATP.M.9-12.F.b Create computational artifacts by systematically organizing, manipulating and/or processing data
ATP.PD.9-12.F.a Investigate software development methodologies to select the appropriate one for a project to complete as a team.
ATP.PD.9-12.F.b Compare test methodologies to evaluate why each is used and to determine their benefits and costs.
ATP.PD.9-12.F.c Correctly use consistent naming conventions, version control and comments to demonstrate why these are important for future use, maintenance and reuse of code.
IC.Cu.9-12.F.a Analyze new technology to predict realistic impacts on society.
IC.Cu.9-12.F.b Explore other professions to understand how computing has and will impact them positively and negatively.
IC.SI.9-12.F.a Evaluate tools to increase connectivity of people in different cultures and career fields.
IC.SI.9-12.F.b Analyze the collection and generation of data through automated processes to explain the privacy concerns that are not always evident to users.
IC.SLE.9-12.F.a Interpret and analyze breaches in privacy and security to investigate the legal and ethical impact.
IC.SLE.9-12.F.b Analyze the concepts of usability and security to explain typical tradeoffs between them.
IC.SLE.9-12.F.c Analyze the collection and generation of data through automated processes to explain the legal concerns that are not always evident to users.
IC.SLE.9-12.F.d Explain the beneficial and harmful effects of intellectual property laws to determine the impacts on innovation.