1. Identify the hypothesis to be tested, phenomenon to be investigated or the problem to be solved. (ΔHS.1.2.2a)*
2. Identify the tested variables and conditions to be kept constant during an investigation. (ΔHS.1.2.2b)
3. Communicate the details of an experimental procedure clearly and completely. (ΔHS.1.2.2c)
4. Record and represent data in a meaningful way. (ΔHS.1.2.2d)
5. Analyze laboratory data in order to clarify the questions, hypotheses or methods of an experiment.
6. Use common mathematical functions to analyze and describe data. (ΔHS.1.3.3b)
7. Use statistical and graphing data analysis techniques. (ΔHS.1.3.3c)
8. Recognize accuracy and precision of data depends on instruments used. (ΔHS.1.3.3d)
9. Use equipment properly and safely. (ΔHS.1.3.3f)
10. Follow all lab clean-up procedures.
So what do you think? Am I missing anything?
*The unbelievably unreadable jumble in parentheses is a reference to our state standards.