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9) Briefly, if local, regional, or country curriculum standards exist for the schools in the realm of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) or STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math), describe the main topics required in classrooms for different ages:
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K-4 Objects in the sky and their pattern of movement.
5-8 Earth as the third planet and energy from the sun.
The requirements for state of California are being revised, currently undergoing public review. The draft is as http://www.cde.ca.gov/ci/sc/cf/scifw1st60daypubreview.asp
There is a Victorian State curriculum for STEM.
primary school: solar system and motion of the earth
secondary school (lower and upper): motion of earth, sun, moon, planets; structure of planets and stars; life cycle of stars; celestial sphere
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Our Solar System
Solar system (all ages),
Earth's motions (over 12 y.o.)
Seasonal sky (over 12 y.o)
most of the schools are primary and secondary schools. colleges are classical and scientific high schools, and technical institutes
In Italy, there is no standard programme: school programs depend on the type of school
Cardinal points, astronomical geography, difference between planets and stars, constellations and myths, galaxies and universe.
Positioning in universe, cardinal points, constellations, differentiation of bodies within the solar System.
All Topics are explained at different levels.
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moon phases, seasons. day/night cycle
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