This course is designed for students to learn to create a variety of professional/business/personal publishing documents such as letterheads, brochures, flyers, cd labels, address labels, and business cards. Areas covered in this class include: design concepts, graphics, scanning, digital cameras.
~Basic operations and concepts
~Social, ethical, and human issues
~Technology productivity tools
~Technology communications tools
~Technology research tools
~Technology problem-solving and decision-making tools
~Respect with students, technology, and teacher.
~Be prepared for class. You will need a folder, pen, pencil, and planner.
~Treat others as you with to be treated.
~Follow the district's Acceptable Use Policy.
~Use the recycle cans when throwing away paper.
~Keep book bags under the tables and out of the walking area.
~Push chairs in at the end of the class.
~Keep the work area around your computer clean.
~Place books back where they belong.
~Respect with students, technology.
~Provide an atmosphere where students can succeed.
~Be prepared for class with active learning.
~When returning to class, check with the instructor to receive assignment(s) for day(s) missed.
~Students must be in the classroom when the tardy bell rings. If you are with another teacher, please have a pass from the teacher you were with.
~There will be no food, candy, or drink in the classroom. Please respect the equipment.
~Do not download any programs, games, etc. from the Internet.
~No outside disks will be allowed in the classroom.
CHEATING~Severity of punishment determined by teacher and administrator.
~All assignments will be given a due date. If an assignment has not been turned in after being graded, the student will be given an extended due date. Not turning the assignment in by the extended due date results in a zero for that assignment. The District grading scale is used.
|82-80||C+||Below 65||F||Semester Test||20%|
~A test consisting of 3-4 projects completed on the computer.