# CTE Resource Center - Verso - Introduction to Interior Design Related National Standards for Family and Consumer Sciences Education

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Related National Standards for Family and Consumer Sciences Education

National Standards for Family and Consumer Sciences Education

The National Standards for Family and Consumer Sciences Education have been correlated to the tasks/competencies in this course. These correlations appear on the task/competency pages, and an unduplicated list of these standards appears below.

For additional information about the National Standards for Family and Consumer Sciences Education, see http://www.doe.in.gov/octe/facs/NASAFACS/index.html.

1.1.1

Summarize local and global policies, issues, and trends in the workplace, community, and family dynamics that affect individuals and families.

1.1.2

Analyze the effects of social, economic, and technological changes on work and family dynamics.

1.1.4

Analyze potential effects of various career path decisions on balancing work and family.

1.1.5

Determine goals for life-long learning and leisure opportunities for all family members.

1.1.6

Develop a life plan, including pathways to acquiring the knowledge and skills needed to achieve individual, family, and career goals.

2.1.1

Apply time management, organizational, and process skills to prioritize tasks and achieve goals.

6.1.1

Analyze family as the basic unit of society.

6.1.2

Analyze the role of family in transmitting societal expectations.

11.1

Analyze career paths within the housing, interior design, and furnishings industries.

11.1.1

Explain the roles and functions of individuals engaged in housing and interior design careers.

11.1.2

Analyze career paths and opportunities for employment and entrepreneurial endeavors.

11.1.3

Summarize education, training, and credentialing requirements and opportunities for career paths in housing and interior design.

11.1.7

Analyze the attitudes, traits, and values of professional responsibility, accountability and effectiveness required for careers in housing and interior design.

11.2

Evaluate housing and design concepts and theories, including sustainability and universal design, in relation to available resources and options.

11.2.1

Evaluate the use of elements and principles of design in housing and commercial and residential interiors.

11.2.2

Analyze the psychological impact that the principles and elements of design have on the individual.

11.4.4

Arrange furniture placement with reference to principles of design, traffic flow, activity, and existing architectural features.

11.4.6

Demonstrate graphic communication skills (CAD, PowerPoint, sketching).

11.5

Analyze design and development of architecture, interiors, and furnishings through the ages.

11.5.2

Explain societal and technological trends on periods of architecture and interior design through the ages.

11.7

Apply design knowledge, skills, processes, and theories and oral, written, and visual presentation skills to communicate design ideas.

11.7.4

Utilize a variety of presentation media including drawings, photography, video, computer, and software for client presentations.

11.7.6

Create floor plans using architectural drafting skills and computer aided design software.

11.8

Analyze professional practices and procedures for business profitability and career success, and the role of ethics in the housing, interiors and furnishings industries.

11.8.1

Examine legislation, regulations, and public policy that affect residential and commercial interior design as well as the housing and furnishings industries.

11.8.6

Analyze operational costs such as mark ups, mark downs, cash flow, and other factors affecting profit.

11.9.1

Demonstrate knowledge and skills to incorporate recycle and redesign principles.