Era 6 Standard 2
How European society experienced political, economic, and cultural transformations in an age of global intercommunication, 1450-1750.
Era 6 Standard 2D
The student understands how the Scientific Revolution contributed to transformations in European society.
Era 6 Standard 2.D.1
Explain connections between the Scientific Revolution and its antecedents such as Greek rationalism, medieval theology, Muslim science, Renaissance humanism, and new global knowledge.
Era 6 Standard 2.D.2
Explain the cultural, religious, and scientific impact of astronomical discoveries and innovations from Copernicus to Newton.
Era 6 Standard 2.D.3
Analyze the importance of discoveries in mathematics, physics, biology, and chemistry for European society.
Era 6 Standard 2.D.4
Explain the development and significance of the “scientific method.”
Era 6 Standard 2.D.5
Explain the importance of royal societies and other international networks in disseminating scientific ideas and methods.
Era 6 Standard 2.D.6
Account for the coexistence of the new scientific rationalism with traditional learning and practices such as astrology, magic, and witchcraft.