Vermont Standards. Electromagnetism. VT.PS. Physical Science.
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VT.PS. Physical Science
Enduring Knowledge: Energy is necessary for change to occur. It is the ability of matter to bring about change. There are many forms of energy. The total energy in the universe is constant. Energy can be transformed and transferred, but not destroyed (Conservation of Energy). Energy transfers and transformations exhibit the characteristics of systems with inputs, processes and outputs, as well as connections to other systems.
S5-6:26. Students demonstrate their understanding of Electromagnetic Forces by:
S5-6:26.1. Exploring and explaining devices that demonstrate the magnetic effects of electricity and the electric effects of moving magnets. (DOK 3)
S5-6:26.2. Exploring and explaining the relationship between the device and the magnetic or electric effect it produces, citing evidence to support the explanation. (DOK 3)
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