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Standards Framework

for West Virginia 6-8


Standards in this Framework

Standard Description
CS.6-8.1 Analyze and devise problem-solving strategies cooperatively and collaboratively.
CS.6-8.2 Systematically identify and fix problems with computing, devices and their components.
CS.6-8.3 Analyze connections between elements of computer science and mathematics.
CS.6-8.4 Use various computer applications and online resources to explore how networks and cyber infrastructure work together to provide security and prevent system compromise.
CS.6-8.5 Model appropriate data privacy and cyber security procedures when using a computer.
CS.6-8.6 Understand how information is transmitted via wired and wireless networks and the security vulnerability of each.
CS.6-8.7 Convert various types of data into different formats.
CS.6-8.8 Use digital tools to collect, organize, and analyze data.
CS.6-8.9 Produce accurate and correct information from data.
CS.6-8.10 Analyze the problem and use a tool (e.g., flow chart) to design an algorithm to solve complex problems.
CS.6-8.11 Understand the function of control structures to create specific behaviors (e.g., sequential, selection, repetition).
CS.6-8.12 Write computer program(s) to solve simple problems and document the process for others to reference.
CS.6-8.13 Seek and incorporate feedback from team members and users to refine a solution that meets user needs.
CS.6-8.14 Determine the uses of computing concepts and technology in global collaboration.
CS.6-8.15 Explain how computer science fosters innovation in all careers and disciplines.
CS.6-8.16 Discuss issues of bias and accessibility in the design of existing technologies.