Monday, September 30, 2013

More Internet Safety & Security Stuff

Once you have finished today's reading and questions, please follow the link below to the MTV "A THIN LINE" Quiz and take it.  You can do additional research/work on the website after completing the quiz.  Write a short blog (Weebly.com Journal) entry about your results.  Please discuss in your journal how you did on the quiz, how you can be better digital citizens, and what you can do to further protect yourselves from online threats.  (3-4 Paragraphs, Yes, I Said Paragraphs!)

http://www.athinline.org/quizzes/landing

Tomorrow is our Internet Safety & Security Presentation and Discussion, and Wednesday there will be an online quiz.

Good Luck!

- Mr. S

Monday, September 23, 2013

Internet Safety & Security: lol...OMG! by Matt Ivester

This week we will be reading "lol...OMG!" by Matt Ivester.  You will not remove the books from Room 216.  Each day when you enter you will read the appropriate chapters and then answer questions about the reading.  Today you will read the PREFACE and CHAPTER 1.  Answer the following questions by posting (Copy & Paste) them into an email to Mr Scribner (hscribnercaa@gmail.com) and completing them in the body of the email:

PREFACE & CHAPTER 1 (Day I)
1.  Where did the author go to college?

2.  How much did investors want to offer him to grow his website?

3.  What type of information is on your Internet Permanent Record?

4.  Explain how the Internet itself is a college student?

5.  What are you doing to protect yourself and your "Record" online?

CHAPTER 2 AND CHAPTER 3 (Day 2)

1.  What was Melissa Murphy's joke?  How many people ultimately saw it on Jezebel.com?

2.  Why was the book named "lol.....OMG!"?  What does it mean?

3.  How many posts does the average Facebook user post per month (according to the text)?

4.  Define the term "Open Authorship" and explain how it has changed your life.

5.  What percent of the world population has access to the internet according to the book?

6.  What is the WAY BACK MACHINE?

7.  How many photos can you store online with a standard GMAIL account?  How many emails? 


 CHAPTER 4 AND CHAPTER 5 (Day 3)
1.  How many reposted views did the "Asian Rant" video on Youtube.com get according to the text?


2.  Explain how Nicole's situation fits into the "lol...OMG!" theme of the book.


3.  What are the "Facebook Blues"?


4.  Explain the term "Superiority Bias"?


5.  How do you Create Your Reputation online?


6.  What percent of college admissions officers check out Facebook pages for applicants?  What percent Google an applicant's name?


7.  What percent of recruiters reject applications based on information found online?


8.  What percent of single people, in their early 20's, Google or Facebook their date prior to meeting?


9.  How are you going to protect your online reputation because of reading this book?


CHAPTER 6 AND CHAPTER 7 (Day 4)

1.  What websites have you signed up for without asking WHY you signed up?

2.  Explain where your Public and Private line is and why?

3.  Explain how controversial you are willing to be online and why?

4.  List the seven (7) steps to Active Reputation Management and what you found when you followed them.
     (You should list each one and have 2-3 sentences about what you found.)

5.  Explain your basic legal options to clearing your good name online. (2-3 Paragraphs) 




CHAPTER 8 AND CHAPTER 9 (Day 5) 

1.  Explain, in your own words, what happened in Chapter 8 and describe how it could have been avoided.

2.  What is Unintentional Cyber-Bullying?  How is it different than Intentional Cyber-Bullying?

3.  List and explain the seven (7) types of Cyber-Bullying described in the text (in your own words),

4.  How do abstraction, invisible impact, shaming, anonymity, and normality contribute to people behaving differently online?

5.  What are the five (5) steps to follow if you are Cyber-Bullied?

6.  Why should you not be a Bystander?

CHAPTER 10 AND CHAPTER 11 (Day 6)
1.  What is Digital Citizenship?


2.  List and Describe three (3) of the nine tests described in this chapter.


3.  Describe the Tenth (10th) test.


4.  Describe the Future of Reputations as described in the text.  What lessons can you take away from your reading of this book?  What information will you pass on to others and why?


Once finished, you may continue to work on any of the other items online that you still owe.  Some of you owe me Left/Right Brain or Learning Style scores, others need to finish presentations and submit them.  All of the work, and directions to finish are still listed on the posts below.  Use the links to the left to see work from past posts.  Good Luck!


-Mr. S

Thursday, September 19, 2013

Autobiography Presentation Day!

The Day Has Come......

Today you will finish up your Google Drive Autobiography Presentations and begin to present them to the class!

When your name is called, you will come to the back of the room and log into your GMAIL account on my computer.  You will pull up your Google DRIVE and open the Autobiography Presentation.  You will click the PRESENT Button and go to the front of the class and give your presentation.

While everyone is watching you present, they will have the following website up on their computer.  After each presentation, students will fill out and submit the PRESENTATION REVIEW FORM.  I will make the final reviews public and you can log in and find the reviews of your presentation on your own.

PRESENTATION REVIEW FORM

Just about any school, career, or organization you join for the rest of your life will require some public speaking.  I realize we all just met, but you need to be able to stand up in front of a room full of people with confidence.  YOU ARE THE EXPERT ABOUT YOU!  Relax, breathe, present the autobiography calmly and loud enough for everyone to hear, and it will all be over in a couple minutes.

Good Luck!!

Mr. S

Wednesday, September 18, 2013

Google Drive Presentation - Autobiography

Hello Everyone,     


Your assignment is to create a GOOGLE DRIVE PRESENTATION Slide Show that is all about you.  Here is a list of the requirements and some suggestions for what to include in your slides.



A)   Part 1 {100 points}                                         

i)     Build Your Presentation

(1) Saved as “(Your Last Name) Bio” and emailed directly from Google Drive as an ATTACHMENT to Mr. S

(2) Have a logical order to your slides

(3) Use correct spelling, grammar, and punctuation

(4) Have 10 Slides

(a) Include a Title Slide

(b) Include a Birth Information Slide

(5) Have at least 4 Graphics/Pictures that are related to their slides



2)   Slide Suggestions

a)  You may use these suggestions or come up with your own

i)     Make all your slides have appropriate content


Slide Suggestions

Slide
Contents
**Title
(First and Last Name) Biography Presentation
Student Number - If Available
**Birth Information
Birthday
Birthplace
Length, Weight, and Time
Accomplishments
List at least three accomplishments.
Career
What you want to be?
How you will do this?
Class Schedule
What is your schedule this semester?
Dislikes
Identify your dislikes.
Family Information
Family Size
Parents Names
Siblings
Favorites
Identify your favorite things.
Friends
Who are you friends?
What do you do with them for fun?
Goals
List short-term goals (for the year).
List intermediate goals (for the next 3 years).
List long-term goals (for the next 10 years).
Hobbies
Identify your hobbies.
Job
What is your job?
What are your job duties?
Likes
Identify your likes.
People
Have different people make comments about you.

            ** Required Slide


Part 2 - Grading



      _____ / 5 points               Saved as “Bio”

      _____ / 5 points               Logical Order to Slides

      _____ / 5 points               Correct Spelling, Grammar, & Punctuation

      _____ / 5 points               Slide 1 – Title Slide

      _____ / 5 points               Slide 2 – Birth Information Slide

      _____ / 5 points               Slide 3 –

      _____ / 5 points               Slide 4 –

      _____ / 5 points               Slide 5 –

      _____ / 5 points               Slide 6 –

      _____ / 5 points               Slide 7 –

      _____ / 5 points               Slide 8 –

      _____ / 5 points               Slide 9 –

      _____ / 5 points               Slide 10 –

      _____ / 5 points               Graphic 1 –

      _____ / 5 points               Graphic 2 –

      _____ / 5 points               Graphic 3 –

      _____ / 5 points               Graphic 4 –
      _____ / 15 points             Overall Effort

   



TOTAL



      _____ / 100 points

GOOD LUCK!!! 

PRESENTATION REVIEW FORM

Tuesday, September 17, 2013

Google Drive Autobiography Project

Hello Everyone,

FIRST:  PLEASE CLICK THE FOLLOWING LINK AND ENTER YOUR EMAIL ADDRESS: EMAIL SURVEY


Today you will log in to your Google Email Account and open Google Drive.  You will CREATE a new document.  This document will be a one-page Autobiography all about you.  I have copied and pasted my example below.  Please use the whole page to describe everything about you since you were born.  You must use proper grammar, spelling, sentences, and be prepared to email it directly from Google Drive to Mr. S.  You must use no larger than a 12-font Times New Roman and single space lines.  Please leave a line between paragraphs.  I am looking forward to reading these, and you will be creating a Presentation from the content later this week.  Make sure you include LIKES, DISLIKES, where you grew up, things you did, schools and activities you participated in, and add some things people do not know about you.  Good Luck!

- Mr. S
EXAMPLE

AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF MR. SCRIBNER
I was born in Bloomington, Indiana.  I was raised in Indiana, Virginia, and  Missouri until I was in the Second Grade.  My family moved to Western Montgomery County, Pennsylvania.  I attended the Upper Perkiomen School District from 2nd to 8th Grade.  I was then transferred to St. Pius X High School in Pottstown, PA for grades 9-12.

Growing up in rural Pennsylvania had many advantages.  I was active in sports, outdoor activities, and once I was in Middle School, I was able to ride my bicycle just about anywhere.  I also had many part time jobs since the age of 12 to support myself.  I started working on farms in my area to make extra money.  I bailed hay, milked cows, and chased calves around the barn when I accidentally left the gate to their pen open.  I then spent time working for a stone mason who lived on our block.  I spent a summer lifting bricks and blocks, mixing cement and building scaffolding systems.  I learned a lot.  I also delivered papers, worked at local fast food restaurants, and did maintenance work on a local golf course throughout High School. 

My grades were horrible throughout school.  I graduated at the bottom of the class from my high school despite scoring very well on standardized tests.  I was accepted at Shippensburg University in 1986 for a summer program called Act 101.  I was also accepted to the Antonelli School of Art and Design for my photography skills.  In hindsight I probably should have gone to the Photography School.  I did not succeed in college and partied too much.  Eventually I flunked out.  It was not all bad though, I was put in the position of needing to join the Army Reserve to help pay for school, and the leadership skills, training, and discipline would ultimately make that one of the best decisions I have made in my entire life.

I went to Basic Training in 1988.  I was stationed at Fort Jackson, SC for Initial training and Fort Gordon, GA for “Commo” school.  I made some of the best friends of my life while serving my country.  I have excelled at military training and went on to be deployed twice overseas after 9/11.   I am still very interested in the firearms training, first-aid, and other classes I was required to take.  My military service also allowed me to see the world and to really have an appreciation of what being born in the USA means.  I have seen the advantages that are taken for granted by others who have not had the same vision of poverty and war.  I am thankful for those experiences as well.

I was married in 1992 to my oldest son’s mother.  I was divorced and now am re-married to the mother of my other son’s.  My sons are 20, 9, and 7 and are awesome!  I will celebrate my 14th anniversary of my marriage to my wife this year.  We live in our home near King of Prussia, PA.  I began to try to be a teacher while at Shippensburg in 1987.  I wanted to be a history teacher, but found my way into other jobs as I needed more money to support a family.  I started in sales and customer service for various companies in the Philadelphia area in 1991.  With a new family and child to support, I took whatever job was available at the time.  I gradually, over the years, was able to turn one opportunity into another while moving from job to job every 3-4 years.  I got better at sales and more professional in my manners and appearance.  I have sold building products, health care services, engineering services, coatings and paints, and ultimately ended up as a kitchen designer and architectural sales representative.  I also went to Gwynedd Mercy College from 2004-2006 and finished my degree in Business Administration 20 years after beginning it at Shippensburg.

While on deployment in the Middle East in 2008, I was given the opportunity to take my Praxis (teacher’s) exams.  I scored very well with no preparation.  When I returned from overseas, I went back to Gwynedd and enrolled in the Teacher Certification program.  I also approached the School District of Philadelphia for a job.  I was given an Emergency Certification and allowed to teach in January of 2009.  I was at University City High School for 3 years and I worked last year at Crossroads Accelerated Academy at Elverson.  I am excited to be working with you here at Crossroads at Meade!

In addition to teaching,  I coach many sports for my sons, I play volleyball and lead worship and missions teams at my church, and I spend time with my family as much as possible.  I am also a Boy Scout Leader for my sons.  I am interested in sports, video games, and construction projects around my home.  My family and I also enjoy spending time outdoors fishing, camping, hiking, and riding bicycles. 
Foods I enjoy include anything grilled, ice cream, and spinach dip with pumpernickel bread.  I love to cook and enjoy cooking with my 9-year-old.  My goals are to complete my Masters Degree,  continue to coach and work with the Cub Scouts (BSA), improve the conditions here at Crossroads and continue to teach as much as I can.  Ultimately I might want to be a Principal or a Counselor as well.

Monday, September 16, 2013

Introduction To Google Docs / Journal #2

Good Morning Everyone,

Today you will begin by viewing the following video:

Taylor Mali Video:
https://docs.google.com/file/d/0BzY9jTFcLEUWRWh5a0xqaWFSNlk/edit?pli=1

After we discuss the video briefly you will open your Weebly.com website and post a Journal Entry about what you thought Taylor Mali's main point was.  What did his performance say to you?

Second, we will be learning how to use our new Google Drive to Create, Save, Store and Collaborate on documents and projects.

When instructed, please copy the following items into a newly created Google Document:

Name:
Advisory:
Computer Science Period:
City Corner Near Your Home:
Favorite Food:
Favorite Animal:
Favorite Class:
Favorite Color:
One Thing People Should Know About You:

We will be working in groups to collaborate on this document and you will share it with everyone in your row.

Tomorrow you will be writing a one-page Autobiography of yourself and by the end of the week you will be creating a basic Google Presentation and giving it in front of the class!

Good Luck!

-Mr. S


Thursday, September 12, 2013

Weebly Websites 13/14

Today we will focus on designing and publishing our personal-professional student web pages.  Please bear in mind that we will be using Google Images, and other Google products to help post websites and other information.  Your design of your home page is your own, but you will have specific requirements.  When you are satisfied with your design, you must PUBLISH your site and email a link to your site.  I will show you how to submit your information.  WE WILL ADD EACH ITEM TOGETHER!!

Choose your design first!!

Please make sure you have the following items on your HOME PAGE:
    1.  2-3 Paragraphs Introducing Yourself - Who are you and what interests do you have.
    2.  At least one picture that you like that does not violate school policy.
    3.  A "CONTACT FORM" for me to return thoughts or ideas on what is posted.
    4.  Add a JOURNAL Page. (I Will Show You How)

When You Have Completed The Steps Above You Must Add Me As An Administrator EDITOR (See Settings Tab) hscribnercaa@gmail.com.  Please Include Your Name In The Subject Line.

Enjoy this easy day!!

Mr. S

Wednesday, September 11, 2013

9/11 Reflection / Journal Entry #1, L/R Brain and Learning Styles

Hello Everyone,

Today we will be reflecting and writing about our experiences with 9/11 to begin class.  Please read the following article and email your instructor (hscribnercaa@gmail.com) a short response.

Step I:
Please examine the following slide show and read the captions.  NY TIMES ARTICLE

Please email me a response to this slide show:  Which slide do you like the most and why?  How old were you on September 11th, 2001?  Describe something that happened that day that stands out in your mind as something you will always associate 9/11 with.

If the slide show does not work, read this article HERALDONLINE (Click Here) then write about how doing "Good Deeds" is a way to honor the memory of those who died and remember September 11th as a Day of Service.

Step II:
Please take the following surveys that will help you to identify your learning style and whether you are left or right brain dominant:

Follow these links to Left/Right Brain and Learning Style Evaluations:

Learning Styles

Left/Right Brain

You must show the Mr. S your scores on each evaluation before moving on to the next one.  I will be walking around the room to help.  When you see your learning style or your L/R percentage, I must be able to see it and record it before moving on.  Thanks in advance for following directions.
Good Luck and have fun this year in our class.

- MR. S

Sunday, September 8, 2013

2013/2014 - Syllabus and Class Rules

The information provided below is posted on a public website and students are assumed to have read, understand, and follow all protocol and rules listed.  Students will be bound by these rules and regulations upon entering Crossroads and cannot claim ignorance of the rules as a defense for poor behavior or poor preparation.  Any questions or concerns may be directed to me at hscribnercaa@gmail.com.


MR. SCRIBNER’S CLASSROOM RULES
1.  Students are to enter the classroom calmly and quietly and go immediately to their assigned seats.  You are to sit at a 90-degree angle to your desk with your feet on the floor and good posture (spine straight). 
2.  Students are to be in their seats and prepared to work at the beginning of the period.  If you are not in your seat with your materials at the beginning of the period you are tardy.   Be working on the assignment on the board/website immediately upon entering.
3.  Students are to show respect at all times and in all manners toward themselves, others, and staff.  This includes all verbal and non-verbal forms of communication including body language, facial expression and tone of voice.
4.  Students are to be on task AT ALL TIMES and work to the best of their ability.  This means you are to be working on whatever assignment is given with all of your concentration.  If you are finished an assignment early, you may read or sit quietly and wait for others.  There is no talking in my class except to address the academic issue at hand.
5.  There is absolutely no gum, food, drink, candy, make-up, mirrors, electronic devices or any other distraction allowed in my class.  Any of these visible will be immediately confiscated and picked up after school.  Do not even give the appearance of chewing or it will be deemed that you are doing so. Class time is for learning.  
6. Students are to be prepared with all papers, pens, pencils, notebooks and any other materials required for class.  Never bother me about sharpening your pencil, needing paper, throwing out trash, or any other trivial matter during class.  Class time is for learning.
7.  You are to raise your hand to get permission to speak.  Raising your hand does not give you permission to speak; it just lets me know you want to speak.  You are never to leave your seat without first raising your hand and receiving permission.
8.  If you need to use the restroom you may do so but must make up the time for ten minutes after school.
9.  I do not argue with students.  If you are told to move your seat or given any other direction you are to do so immediately and without complaint.  If you feel this or any other direction is unreasonable you may arrange to discuss it with your counselor or arrange a parent conference on your own time.  Otherwise, follow all directions immediately and without complaining.  Class time is for learning.
10.  You are to remain in your seat until dismissed by Mr. Scribner.  You are responsible to clean any trash in your area whether it is yours or not.  Keep all trash with you until the bell rings and throw it out on your way out of the classroom.
11.  I do not give warnings.  This is your warning.  Any violation of these rules will be met immediately with a 10-minute detention to be served immediately after school and/or other consequences such as copying the rules, parent conference, meeting with the principal or expulsion from school. 
12.   If you do not come to detention, you will receive a demerit and an additional detention. Consecutive missed detentions will result in further disciplinary action.  No matter what other consequence you receive, you will have to make up the 10-minute detention.


Business Technology Syllabus

Teacher:        Mr. Harvey Scribner

Location:        Crossroads Accelerated Academy (Meade)
                        Philadelphia, PA          
                        Room 216
Contact:         hscribnercaa@gmail.com
                 
Tutorial Time: On Request.
Conference Period: Lunch
Course Description: Students gain knowledge and skills in the application, design, production, and assessment of computer-based knowledge and applications. The study of technology allows students to reinforce, apply, and transfer their academic knowledge to a variety of interesting and relevant activities, problems, and settings. In addition to their general academic and technical knowledge students gain an understanding of career opportunities available in technology along with the requirements to gain and maintain employment in these careers. Students implement personal and interpersonal skills to strengthen individual performance in transitioning to the work force and/or postsecondary education. Students apply technical skills to address business applications of emerging technologies.
                                                Journaling                                                                10 points                    
                                                Classroom Behavior / Peer Mentoring                      10 points
                                                Online Footprint (Weebly, Gmail, etc.)                      10 points
                                                Homework                                                              10 points
                                                Projects / Deliverables / Assessments                       60 points
                                                                                                           
                                          *(See Student Handbook for more details)
Course Outline:        
                           September                Introduction to Computing, The Internet, and Everything!!
                           October                    MS Word for the Professional
                           November                MS Excel is not so hard after all.
                           December                 Death By PowerPoint and other presentations.
                           January                     Desktop Publishing that is simple and fun!!
                           February                   I am a Marketing Genius and everyone will know it!!
                           March                       The Entrepreneurial Spirit is in me.
                           April                         Architectural Design Suits Me Fine!!
                           May and June           Look Mom, No Hands!!  Final Projects will be Due!!
                          
Applications: Included but not limited to Microsoft Office Software, Internet Explorer, Firefox, Apple Software and possibly some Microsoft Windows applications.


Classroom Information and Procedures

Respect Yourself – Respect Others AT ALL TIMES!

Be Prepared with Materials – Be on Time – Be Ready to Learn
Students are expected to have achieved a certain level of appropriate behavior given the number of years they have been exposed to classroom rules and procedures. Expected behaviors include but are not limited to showing respect, following instructions, participating in learning, abiding by school policies and classroom procedures. Failure to demonstrate these expected behaviors daily will trigger consequences according to the classroom, school, and district discipline police.  THERE WILL BE NO WARNINGS ISSUED!
Beginning and Ending Class – Students should be in their seats with materials ready at the start of class.  Students should respond to the Teachers queue by listening or engaging in warm up activity (Journal). Students should respond to the Teachers queue to end class by saving files, putting up materials, turning in papers, getting the homework assignment, logging off the computer, and being ready to leave class when the bell rings. Students should use all allotted class time for learning by being engaged in listening, responding appropriately, or participating in assignments. Beginning and ending class in an efficient manner will allow for class time to be used appropriately.
Bathroom Breaks Bathroom breaks should be taken during passing period. Student should get permission from the teacher and sign out before leaving the classroom for a bathroom break. If you are anywhere else other then the restroom or getting water disciplinary actions will be taken.
Educational Use of Equipment – Computer systems are provided for use by faculty and students for educational purposes only.  Games played on the computer for entertainment are not allowed unless specific permission is given.  Internet surfing not directly associated with classroom assignments is not allowed.  These limitations are in place to make better use of the district bandwidth and to provide a better educational learning environment for students.
Disks, memory drives, and CD’s – Student may bring disks, USB memory drives, and/or CD’s to school for use in computer systems with teacher approval.  Any memory device/disk is not considered private and is subject to examination, search, and must be turned over to teacher upon request.  Any memory device/disk inspected and found to have inappropriate material / unauthorized material is subject to confiscation and will result in demerits and other disciplinary action.  Also, students may not download software onto district computer systems without specific permission.
Operating System Configuration – Adding or deleting icons to the desktop is prohibited.  Changing the background on the monitor or screen saver is prohibited.  Students should not make any changes to the configuration of the district computer systems.
No Cheating – Students should not share files in the attempt to cheat on assignments.  File sharing should only be done if the class assignment directs a student to do so.  Students should not print multiple copies of a file in an attempt to allow others to cheat from their original works.  Students should show integrity by not cheating or by creating an environment where others may cheat. Cheating may cause the student(s) loss of some or the entire grade.
Listening – Students should listen while the teacher is giving directions or giving information.  Students should attend to the directions and follow them the first time they are given. The student describes the importance of teamwork, leadership, integrity, honesty, work habits, and organizational skills. The student is expected to use teamwork to solve problems and questions first before asking for assistance.
Appropriate Language – Student should use appropriate language when conversing with the teacher and when conversing with other students.  Slander, cursing, racial remarks, and remarks made that are demeaning to specific groups of people are inappropriate and should not be used. Students should demonstrate respect for the teacher, themselves, and for others in their speech and in their tone.
NO FOOD, DRINKS, GUM OR CANDY – No food or drinks are allowed in the classroom unless otherwise approved by the teacher.
Absent or Makeup Work – It is the responsibility of the student to make arrangements with the teacher for work missed when absent due to illness, doctor’s appointments, field trips, school sponsored event, etc. Please see the Student Handbook for more information.
Assignments and Zero’s - Please see the Student Handbook regarding Zero’s. Students should attempt all work including assignments given during class time and assignments given for homework.  Assignments must be turned in on time in order for credit to be given.  Students failing to submit assignments will be subject to disciplinary action or a lower grade according to the Student Handbook.
Radio’s, CD Players, Games, Head Phones, Cell Phones, and other electronic devices – Headphones should not be worn during class unless directed by the teacher for a specific assignment or individual work. The school policy on the use of cell phones will be strictly enforced. Personal music CD’s and DVD’s should not be brought to class and played in the CD/DVD ROM drives. These devices should be kept out of sight and not be used in the classroom. Devices that are confiscated will be taken to the Principal’s office.
Criminal Activity – Hacking and sabotage are criminal activities covered by federal and state laws.  Damage to data, equipment, or functionality of software programs and operating systems are severe offences that may be subject to substantial fines and penalties under law. Removal of hardware, equipment, software and supplies such as CD’s or diskettes, and other properties from the classroom are considered theft.  Browsing the district network is a federal crime.  Students should not try to guess passwords to hack into teacher accounts or the accounts of others.  Students should only access areas they are authorized to use and have been given rights to access. Students should use the network for academic purposes only. Network resources should not be wasted including bandwidth and printer usage.

Welcome To Technology Class!

Introduction To Business Technology (Computer Science)

Welcome to Business Technology Class.  This site will help you stay focused.  From here you will find most of the links and assignments you will need to be successful in our class.  I will post introductions to lessons and units, specific assignments, and temporary links to video assignments.  You should be able to make up work you miss by using this site and emailing or using twitter to send me questions.  If you have trouble accessing this site, or any additional questions, please contact me immediately.  Good Luck!!

- Mr. S

LINK TO PREZI Presentation (Click Here)

CCS Tech Lab 352 Calendar

352 Chromebook Cart

What's So Cool About Manufacturing?

Glenn Casey

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Journal Entries 2012-2013

1. Introduction (9/10/12 - Weebly Journal)
2. 9/11 Reflection (9/11/12 - Email Instructor)
3. Internet Safety (9/19/12 - Weebly Journal)
4. Violence (9/20/12 - Weebly Journal)
5. Taylor Mali Conviction (9/25/12 Email Instructor)
6. 12x12x12 (10/1/12 - Weebly Journal)
7. Habit #1 Reflection (10-9-12 - Weebly Journal)
8. Habit #2 Reflection (10-24-12 - Weebly Journal)
9. Habit #3 Reflection (11-9-12 - Weebly Journal)
10. Interview a Veteran (11-12-12 - Email Instructor)
11. Digital Photography Reflection (11-19-12 Weebly)
12. Habit #4 Reflection (11-27-12 - Weebly Journal)
13. New Years Resolutions (01-03-12 - Weebly Journal)
14. Habit #5 Reflection (1-9-13 - Weebly Journal)
15. College Inquiry Project Reflection (1-14-13 - Weebly)
16. Habit #6 Reflection (2-6-13 - Weebly)
17. Habit #7 Reflection (2-11-13 - Weebly)
18. Indian Talking Stick (Covey) (2-20-13 Weebly)
19. Historical Figure Reflection (3-4-13 Weebly)
20. Investing vs Gambling Reflection (4-8-13 Weebly)
21. Poverty On My Block (4-15-13 Weebly)
22. Apartment Utility Cost Summary (5-13-13 Weebly)
23. Memorial Day Reflection (5-24-13 Weebly)

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