Related National Standards for Family and Consumer Sciences Education
National Standards for Family and Consumer Sciences EducationThe 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.
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Analyze different kinds of reasoning (e.g., scientific, practical, interpersonal).
Analyze strategies to manage multiple roles and responsibilities (individual, family, career, community, and global).
Summarize local and global policies, issues, and trends in the workplace, community, and family dynamics that affect individuals and families.
Analyze the effects of social, economic, and technological changes on work and family dynamics.
Analyze ways that individual career goals can affect the family's capacity to meet goals for all family members.
Analyze potential effects of various career path decisions on balancing work and family.
Determine goals for life-long learning and leisure opportunities for all family members.
Develop a life plan, including pathways to acquiring the knowledge and skills needed to achieve individual, family, and career goals.
Distinguish between adequate and inadequate reasoning.
Demonstrate transferable knowledge, attitudes, and technical and employability skills in school, community, and workplace settings.
Apply communication skills in school, community and workplace settings and with diverse populations.
Establish criteria for adequate reasoning.
Evaluate the reciprocal effects of individual and family participation in community and civic activities.
Analyze goals that support individuals and family members in carrying out community and civic responsibilities.
Analyze personal and family assets and skills that provide service to the community.
Analyze community resources and systems of formal and informal support available to individuals and families.
Analyze the effects of federal, state, and local public policies, agencies, and institutions on the family.
Identify ways individuals and families can influence change in policies, agencies, and institutions that affect individuals and families.
Contrast consequences of adequate and inadequate reasoning for self, others, culture/society, and global environment.
Classify different types of concerns (e.g., theoretic, technical, practical) and possible methods for addressing them.
Demonstrate management of individual and family resources such as food, clothing, shelter, health care, recreation, transportation, time, and human capital.
Apply time management, organizational, and process skills to prioritize tasks and achieve goals.
Analyze how individuals and families make choices to satisfy needs and wants.
Analyze individual and family responsibility in relation to environmental trends and issues.
Describe conditions and circumstances that create or sustain recurring and evolving concerns.
Describe levels of concerns: individual, family, workplace, community, cultural/societal, and global/environmental.
Analyze the types of technology and software programs that affect family and consumer decision-making.
Demonstrate management of financial resources to meet the goals of individuals and families across the life span.
Evaluate the need for personal and family financial planning.
Differentiate types of knowledge needed for reasoned action: value-ends, goals, contextual factors, possible actions, and consequences.
Describe a particular recurring and evolving individual, family, workplace, or community concern.
Select goals/valued ends to resolve a particular concern.
Generate reasonable actions for reaching goals/valued ends for a particular concern.
Evaluate potential short- and long-term consequences of possible actions on self, others, culture/society, and global environment.
Select an action supported by justified reasons, valued ends, contextual conditions, and positive consequences of actions.
Design a plan for accomplishing a selected action.
Implement and monitor a plan of action based on established standards and valued ends.
Evaluate actions and results, including consequences on self, others, culture/society, and global environment.
Judge validity and reliability of information, sources, opinions, and evidence.
Generate hypotheses based on scientific principles, observations, and evidence.
Test hypotheses and theories using scientific inquiry and reasoning.
Draw conclusions based on data and information that are judged to be reliable.
Evaluate scientific reasoning processes.
Analyze the effects of family as a system on individuals and society.
Analyze family as the basic unit of society.
Analyze the role of family in transmitting societal expectations.
Analyze the role of family in teaching culture and traditions across the life span.
Analyze the role of family in developing independence, interdependence, and commitment of family members.
Analyze the effects of change and transitions over the life course.
Analyze the ways family and consumer sciences careers assist the work of the family.
Demonstrate respect for diversity with sensitivity to anti-bias, gender, equity, age, culture, and ethnicity.
Analyze the effects of globalization and increasing diversity on individuals, families, and society.
Demonstrate stress management strategies for family, work, and community settings.
Create an environment that encourages and respects the ideas, perspectives, and contributions of all group members.
Demonstrate ways to organize and delegate responsibilities.