Course Description This course is designed to develop computer technology. Students will use a variety of computer software and hardware tools and features of an electronic information network. Students will explore the social, business, and ethical issues of using computer technology. The students will develop skills that will assist them with efficient production of word processing documents, spreadsheets, databases, and presentations.
Career and Tech Department Students are encouraged to participate/compete as an active member of Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA). This is an organization for business students. The purpose of FBLA is to prepare students for careers in business, entrepreneurial, or business-related fields. This organization prepares students for employment by promoting competent, aggressive business leadership, increasing understanding of American free enterprise, establishing career goals, encouraging scholarship, promoting efficient money management, and developing character and self-confidence. The activities encourage career development, civic service, economic education, community involvement, and business advocacy. We encourage all business students to join FBLA. Not only do we encourage joining FBLA because it is a great club offering experiences that will benefit the student in their college and/or professional careers, but also because the fundamentals of this organization are integrated into the business classroom. The dues to join this organization are $30 and due by August 26, 2016. Make checks payable to Arlington High School.
Textbook A Guide to MICROSOFT OFFICE 2010
Supplies USB Flash Drive (1 Gig +) 3 Ring Binder (1 in”)
Grading Scale A 93 – 100 B 92 – 85 C 75 – 84 D 70 – 74 F 69 – Below
Makeup Work Student has the same number of days to makeup work missed as days absent from class. Any extensions to this time must be discussed with the teacher prior to the end of the last makeup period.
Late Work Any late work will automatically lose ten (10) points for each day late.
Class Rules Absolutely no food or drink in computer lab. Respect will be shown for every individual in class. Be in your seat, silent, and ready to work when the bell rings. No talking while the teacher or another student is addressing the class. ALL rules, as outlined in the Code of Student Conduct will be enforced. Any Cell Phone that is seen in class will be turned in to the office. No negotiations! STUDENT INFORMATION FORM Complete and turn in to Instructor no later than August 12, 2016
NAME OF STUDENT: ____________________________________________________
NAME OF PARENT(S) OR GUARDIAN(S): __________________________________
HOME PHONE NUMBER: ________________________________________________
I have read and understand the contents of this syllabus.
_______________________ _______ ________________________ _______ Student Signature Date Parent or Guardian Signature Date
THE PURPOSE OF THIS CONTRACT IS TO MAKE EACH STUDENT AWARE OF HIS/HER OWN RESPONSIBILITY FOR SAFETY IN THE COMPUTER LAB.
1.Follow all instructions given by the teacher. 2.Place personal items under my desk (not behind me in the walkway). 3.Not disturb the cables that may extend underneath the desk. 4.Report all injuries to the instructor immediately. 5.Report all material and equipment damage to the instructor immediately (before class starts if possible). 6.Carry out good housekeeping practices: Keep workstations and printer station clean from all excess paper Do not deface the surface of the workstations No food/candy/drink is permitted in the lab 7. Conduct myself in a responsible manner at all times (any horseplay will not be accepted and will cause immediate dismissal from class). 8. Remain seated at all times unless going to the printer. 9. Push chair underneath the desk when leaving the classroom. 10. Adhere to the Safety Rules, Acceptable Use Policy, and Electronic Media Storage policy.
Note: Students should also realize the implications of improper behavior. For example, courts have ruled that students, as well as teachers, can be guilty of negligence in laboratory accidents.
I, ________________________________, have read and agree to follow the safety regulations set forth as well as other safety regulations given to me by my teacher. Also, I will closely follow the oral and written instructions provided by the teacher and/or school administration.
Student’s Signature ________________________________ Date ______________
Parent’s Signature _________________________________ Date ______________
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