Look below for Computer Science MN Standards and Common Terms.
The Minnesota K-12 Academic Standards set the expectations for achievement in every content area (Physical Education, The Arts, Science, English Language Arts, Social Studies, and Mathematics) for K-12 students in Minnesota. Beginning in 2017 computer science was identified as an important skill and each standard development committee has used the Minnesota Information and Technology Educators of Minnesota (ITEM) Standards, The K-12 Computer Science Framework, and the Computer Science Teachers Association K-12 Computer Science Standards to explore connections to their respective content area. Computer science content and practices are integrated at the benchmark level.
See the document below for the Minnesota K-12 Integrated Computer Science Benchmarks, from the Minnesota Department of Education.
Logic - Predicting and analysing
Evaluation - Making judgements
Algorithms - Making steps and rules
Patterns - Spotting and using similarities
Decomposition - Breaking down into parts
Abstraction - Removing unnecessary detail
Tinkering - Changing things to see what happens
Creating - Designing and making
Debugging - Finding and fixing errors
Persevering - Keeping going
Collaborating - Working together