Principles of Technology

About the Course

The Principles of Technology course involves students in conducting investigations and applying scientific methods and critical thinking to make informed decisions while solving problems. Among the topics studied are laws of motion, conservation of energy, momentum, electricity, magnetism, thermodynamics, and the characteristics and behavior of waves.

Total Lessons 11
Grade Level 10th - 12th
Projects, Activities & Assessments 206

SAMPLE LESSON  The Accounting Industry

Each lesson includes media-rich presentations, a pre-made lesson plan, assessments and engaging real-world projects and activities. To get an idea of what iCEV offers, explore the sample lesson and resources below.

Course Lessons

Professionalism in the Sciences: Physics
STEM Careers: Principles of Technology
Science Explained: Physics
Impact of Science: Principles of Technology
Lab Safety: Physics
Conducting Lab & Field Investigations: Physics
Mathematic Principles: Functions & Graphs
Data Analysis: Collecting Data
Data Analysis: Interpreting Data
Data Analysis: Communicating Results
One-Dimensional Motion
Two-Dimensional Motion
Projectile Motion
Circular Motion
Newton's Laws
Gravitational Force
Magnetic & Electrical Force
Nuclear Force
Electrical Forces & Fields
Lab Challenge: Electricity & Electromagnets
Circuits & Electrical Components
Lab Challenge: Circuits
Work, Energy & Power
Mechanical Energy
Laws & Conservation of Energy & Momentum
Lab Challenge: Compounding Momentum & Conserving Energy
Thermal Energy Concepts
Wave Motion
Lab Challenge: Period of a Pendulum
Wave Characteristics
Lab Challenge: Science of Sound
Atomic, Nuclear & Quantum Physics: Basics
Atomic, Nuclear & Quantum Physics: Applications