Florida Department of Education Curriculum Framework


Explain the effect of key organizational systems on performance and quality



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Explain the effect of key organizational systems on performance and quality.


  • List and describe quality control systems and/or practices common to the workplace. SY 2.0
  • Explain the impact of the global economy on business organizations.





    1. Describe the importance of professional ethics and legal responsibilities. – The student will be able to:




      1. Evaluate and justify decisions based on ethical reasoning. ELR 1.0

      2. Evaluate alternative responses to workplace situations based on personal, professional, ethical, legal responsibilities, and employer policies. ELR 1.1

      3. Identify and explain personal and long-term consequences of unethical or illegal behaviors in the workplace. ELR 1.2

      4. Interpret and explain written organizational policies and procedures. ELR 2.0


    2013 – 2014

    Florida Department of Education

    Student Performance Standards




    Course Title: Applied Engineering Technology III

    Course Number: 8401130

    Course Credit: 1




    Course Description:

    This course provides opportunities for students to apply their acquired knowledge and skills in engineering scenarios. The course features multiple options for providing context-based projects oriented to specific fields of engineering. This feature enables instruction in complex projects involving multi-faceted project teams by providing instruction oriented to four key engineering disciplines: mechanical, electrical, civil, and environmental. Students need only complete standards #37 and #38 for one of the engineering disciplines, in addition to the other standards.




    1. Demonstrate an understanding of the cultural, social, economic, and political effects of technology. – The student will be able to:




      1. Discuss changes in cultural, social, economic, and political behavior caused by the use of technology.

      2. Describe the consequences of weighing the trade-offs between the positive and negative effects of technology.

      3. Discuss the ethical considerations in developing, selecting, and using technology.

      4. Debate the cultural, social, economic, and political changes caused by the transfer of a technology from one society to another.




    1. Demonstrate an understanding of the effects of technology on the environment. – The student will be able to:




      1. Describe the trade-offs of developing technologies to reduce the use of resources.

      2. Describe how the alignment of technological and natural processes impacts the environment.

      3. Identify technologies developed for the purpose of reducing negative consequences of other technologies.

      4. Debate the implementation of technologies having positive and negative effects on the environment.




    1. Demonstrate the abilities to assess the impact of products and systems. – The student will be able to:




      1. Collect information and evaluate its quality.

      2. Synthesize data, analyze trends, and draw conclusions regarding the effect of technology on the individual, society, and the environment.

      3. Apply assessment techniques, such as trend analysis and experimentation to make decisions about the future development of technology.

      4. Design forecasting techniques to evaluate the results of altering natural systems.




    1. Successfully work as a member of a team. – The student will be able to:




      1. Accept responsibility for specific tasks in a given situation.

      2. Maintain a positive relationship with other team members.

      3. Document progress, and provide feedback on work accomplished in a timely manner.

      4. Complete assigned tasks in a timely and professional manner.

      5. Reassign responsibilities when the need arises.

      6. Complete daily tasks as assigned on one’s own initiative.




    1. Plan, organize, and carry out a project plan. – The student will be able to:




      1. Determine the scope of a project.

      2. Organize the team according to individual strengths.

      3. Assign specific tasks within a team.

      4. Determine project priorities.

      5. Identify required resources.

      6. Record project progress in a process journal.

      7. Record and account for budget expenses during the life of the project.

      8. Carry out the project plan to successful completion and delivery.




    1. Manage resources. – The student will be able to:




      1. Identify required resources and associated costs for each stage of the project plan.

      2. Create a project budget based on the identified resources.

      3. Determine the methods needed to acquire needed resources.

      4. Demonstrate good judgment in the use of resources.

      5. Recycle and reuse resources where appropriate.

      6. Demonstrate an understanding of proper legal and ethical waste disposal.




    1. Use tools, materials, and processes in an appropriate and safe manner. – The student will be able to:




      1. Identify the proper tool for a given job.

      2. Use tools and machines in a safe manner.

      3. Adhere to laboratory safety rules and procedures.

      4. Identify the application of processes appropriate to the task at hand.

      5. Identify materials appropriate to their application.



    Mechanical Engineering Discipline





    1. Demonstrate an understanding of design and development of solutions involving mechanical engineering, their environments, and their associated design constraints. – The student will be able to:




      1. Describe mechanically engineered assemblies used in industrial manufacturing, the technologies they employ, their design criteria, and constraints.

      2. Describe mechanically engineered assemblies used in aviation and aerospace, the technologies they employ, their design criteria, and constraints.

      3. Describe mechanically engineered assemblies used in hazardous or dangerous environments (e.g., underground, damaged buildings, et al), the technologies they employ, their design criteria, and constraints.

      4. Describe mechanically engineered assemblies used in the medical field, the technologies they employ, their design criteria, and constraints.

      5. Describe mechanically engineered assemblies used in underwater environments, the technologies they employ, their design criteria, and constraints.

      6. Describe mechanically engineered assemblies used in high speed/repetitive manufacturing or processing environments, the technologies they employ, their design criteria, and constraints.




    1. Design and build a mechanically engineered solution suitable for a particular application in a defined environment. – The student will be able to:




      1. Design and build a solution to a problem using the principles of mechanical engineering.

      2. Incorporate principles of electricity, thermodynamics, hydraulics, and pneumatics, as appropriate, into the design of a mechanically engineered solution.

      3. Incorporate at least one advanced feature into the solution’s design.

      4. Create a project portfolio describing the project and the solution, including drawings and specifications, the tasks and rationale, process journal, budget report, and the results.

      5. Present your portfolio to a review committee.



    Electrical Engineering Discipline





    1. Demonstrate an understanding of design and development of solutions involving electrical engineering, their environments, and their associated design constraints. – The student will be able to:




      1. Describe electrical engineering applications used in power distribution and transmission systems, the technologies they employ, their design criteria, and constraints.

      2. Describe electrical engineering applications used in control systems (e.g., PLC's, microcontrollers), the technologies they employ, their design criteria, and constraints.

      3. Describe electrical engineering applications used in DC and AC electronics, the technologies they employ, their design criteria, and constraints.

      4. Describe electrical engineering applications used in signal processing and telecommunications, the technologies they employ, their design criteria, and constraints.

      5. Describe electrical engineering applications used in sensors and instrumentation applications, the technologies they employ, their design criteria, and constraints.

      6. Describe electrical engineering applications used in consumer electronics and computer applications, the technologies they employ, their design criteria, and constraints.




    1. Design and build a mechanically engineered solution suitable for a particular application in a defined environment. – The student will be able to:




      1. Design and build a solution to a problem using the principles of electrical engineering.

      2. Incorporate principles of electricity, AC/DC circuits and electronics, microcontrollers or PLC's, electronic sensors, transducers and instrumentation, or communications/RF systems, as appropriate, into the design of an electrically engineered solution.

      3. Incorporate at least one advanced feature into the solution’s design.

      4. Create a project portfolio describing the project and the solution, including drawings and specifications, the tasks and rationale, process journal, budget report, and statistical analysis of the results.

      5. Present your portfolio to a review committee.



    Civil Engineering Discipline





    1. Demonstrate an understanding of design and development of solutions involving civil engineering, their environments, and their associated design constraints. – The student will be able to:




      1. Describe civil engineered solutions used in coastal area planning, construction and structural design, transportation, GIS and surveying, urban and water resources.

      2. Describe civil engineering solutions, the technologies they employ, their design criteria, and constraints.

      3. Describe civil engineering solutions used in coastal areas (e.g. bridges, dams, locks, levees, waterways, ports, etc.), the technologies they employ, their design criteria, and constraints.

      4. Describe civil engineering solutions used in structural design and structural analysis of buildings, bridges, towers, tunnels, etc. , the technologies they employ, their design criteria, and constraints.

      5. Describe civil engineering solutions used in designing, constructing, and maintaining transportation infrastructure (e.g. including roadways, railways, airports and mass transit systems, et al.).

      6. Describe technologies used in the basics of surveying and mapping, as well as geographic information systems to correctly size and position structures, and lay out routes for railways, roadways, and pipelines.

      7. Describe civil engineering solutions used in urban and metropolitan planning (e.g. designing, constructing, and maintaining streets, sidewalks, water supply networks, sewers, street lighting, solid waste management and disposal, public parks, et al), the technologies they employ, their design criteria, and constraints.




    1. Design and build a mechanically engineered solution suitable for a particular application in a defined environment. – The student will be able to:




      1. Design and build a solution to a problem using the principles of civil engineering.

      2. Incorporate one or more principles of structural design and analysis, surveying, planning and design of traffic system logistics, coastal defense, materials science, water resource and waste management, or urban planning as appropriate, into the design of a civil engineering solution.

      3. Incorporate at least one advanced feature into the solution’s design.

      4. Create a project portfolio describing the project and the solution, including drawings and specifications, the tasks and rationale, process journal, budget report, and the results.

      5. Present your portfolio to a review committee.



    Environmental Engineering Discipline





    1. Demonstrate an understanding of design and development of solutions involving environmental engineering, their environments, and their associated design constraints. – The student will be able to:




      1. Describe environmental engineered solutions, the technologies they employ, their design criteria, and constraints.

      2. Describe environmental engineered solutions related to water supply and treatment, the technologies they employ, their design criteria, and constraints.

      3. Describe environmental engineered solutions related to waste management, the technologies they employ, their design criteria, and constraints.

      4. Describe environmental engineered solutions related to air and water pollution, the technologies they employ, their design criteria, and constraints.

      5. Describe environmental engineered solutions related to coastal and intercoastal environments, the technologies they employ, their design criteria, and constraints.

      6. Describe environmental engineered solutions related to agricultural environments, the technologies they employ, their design criteria, and constraints.

      7. Describe environmental engineered solutions related to industrial environments, the technologies they employ, their design criteria, and constraints.




    1. Design and build an environmental engineered solution suitable for a particular application in a defined environment. – The student will be able to:




      1. Design and build a solution to a problem using the principles of environmental engineering.

      2. Incorporate principles of contamination control, pollution control, emission control, hazardous material disposal, and physical, biological, and chemical processes, as appropriate, into the design of an environmental engineered solution.

      3. Incorporate at least one advanced feature into the solution’s design.

      4. Create a project portfolio describing the project and the solution, including drawings and specifications, the tasks and rationale, process journal, budget report, and the results.

      5. Present your portfolio to a review committee.




    1. Demonstrate leadership and teamwork skills needed to accomplish team goals and objectives. – The student will be able to:




      1. Employ leadership skills to accomplish organizational goals and objectives. LT 1.0

      2. Establish and maintain effective working relationships with others in order to accomplish objectives and tasks. LT 3.0

      3. Conduct and participate in meetings to accomplish work tasks. LT 4.0

      4. Employ mentoring skills to inspire and teach others. LT 5.0




    1. Explain the importance of employability skill and entrepreneurship skills. – The student will be able to:




      1. Identify and demonstrate positive work behaviors needed to be employable. ECD 1.0

      2. Develop personal career plan that includes goals, objectives, and strategies. ECD 2.0

      3. Examine licensing, certification, and industry credentialing requirements. ECD 3.0

      4. Maintain a career portfolio to document knowledge, skills, and experience. ECD 5.0

      5. Evaluate and compare employment opportunities that match career goals. ECD 6.0

      6. Identify and exhibit traits for retaining employment. ECD 7.0

      7. Identify opportunities and research requirements for career advancement. ECD 8.0

      8. Research the benefits of ongoing professional development. ECD 9.0

      9. Examine and describe entrepreneurship opportunities as a career planning option. ECD 10.0









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