Class Period: 4th
Room: VOE 101
Conference: 3rd Period
Length: 1 year
Phone: (254) 559-2231 ext. 22
Students implement personal and interpersonal skills to strengthen individual performance in the workplace and in society and make a successful transition to the workforce or postsecondary education. Student apply technical skills to address business application of emerging technologies, create complex work-process document, develop sophisticated spreadsheets using charts and graphs, and make an electronic presentation using appropriate multimedia software.
The student demonstrates project management processes to conduct a business project
The student demonstrates the use of the concepts, strategies, and systems for obtaining and conveying ideas and information to enhance communication in the workplace
The student describes, locates, organizes, and references written information from various sources to communicate with coworkers and clients
The student evaluates and uses information resources to accomplish specific occupational tasks
The student develops and delivers formal and informal presentations using appropriate media to engage and inform audiences
The student interprets verbal and nonverbal behaviors to enhance communication with coworkers and clients
The student applies active listening skills to obtain and clarify information
The student develops and interprets tables, charts, and figures to support written and oral communication
The student demonstrates listening and speaking with diverse individual to enhance communication skills
The student demonstrates public relations kills to increase internal and external customer satisfaction
The student designs solution to mathematical business problems using spreadsheet technology
The student documents technical knowledge and skills
1 subject spiral notebook or notebook paper
Students will be ruled as tardy if they are not in the classroom before the tardy bell rings. Please be on time for class and be considerate of your classmates.
CLASS REMINDERS AND GUIDELINES
Students must have an admit slip upon returning to class after an absence. A student will receive an unexcused tardy and sent to get an admit slip (or copy) if they do not have their admit slip with them at the beginning of class.
Listen carefully. Respect each other and pay attention.
Homework will be RARE as long as class time is used to its fullest!!
It is YOUR responsibilities to obtain assignments for the day you are to miss class for any extra curricular activities. Ask for the assignments BEFORE you will be absent.
Make-up work is your responsibility. If you are absent, you will have make-up work. If you leave early for any reason, you will still be expected to turn in your work on time. You may come in during tutorials, before, or after school to complete assignments. Make-up must be completed within 3 regular class days of excused absence (unless extenuating circumstances occur, i.e. lengthy illness). This must be discussed with the teacher. Unexcused absences may receive a grade of 0 on daily assignments.
If a student knows of a test or an assignment due on the date of the absence, the work will be due upon the day the student returns to school.
Completed assignments MUST be placed in the appropriate basket in order to be graded.
If the assignment is done on the computer, the assignment MUST be in your folder in order to receive credit for the assignment.
Late assignments will receive a maximum grade of 50.
Extra credit work is available upon request. However, you must request the extra credit work. Extra credit assignments MUST be turned in by the 5th Friday of the six weeks. No exceptions.
Six week projects are due the (5th) FIFTH week of the six weeks. If you will not be in class on the day the project is due, you must turn in the project in advance to receive full credit.
Cell phones, Headphones, CDs, MP3 players, CD players, etc. are not allowed inside the classroom and will be confiscated.
Academic integrity is expected of all students. Do your own work.
Any attempt at hacking or other abuse of computer privileges will be subject to disciplinary action.
Students are not allowed to alter computer settings, load software, or change files in any way. You are expected to stay in the program assigned.
Please take care of school property. A student is subject to disciplinary action for damaging school property and will be required to pay for repair or replacement.
Keep work area neat and clean
Be in your assigned seat to avoid disciplinary referral
No writing on desk or computers
Absolutely no food or drinks
No downloads of any type are allowed
When I am talking, please do not talk or do anything disruptive
Remember: Computer lab usage is not a right Ö Itís a privilege!
This is a full year course. There will be no semester exemptions at the end of the first semester. Second semester will be in accordance with the student handbook.