Sunday, February 28, 2016

Introduction to Google Drive 2016


ACADEMIC/LEARNING OBJECTIVE
Students will learn to use Google Drive to Create, Collaborate, and Store Documents and Files for Class.  Students will understand that this or Gmail is the ONLY way to turn in assignments unless specific instructions offer additional options for each project.


STUDENTS MUST START BY READING ALL DIRECTIONS ON CLASS WEBSITE!

Students will SIGN IN to their Google Account.  Students will create a NEW Google Document to use as a Technology Journal.  Students will learn how to upload files and create new documents.  Students will participate in a collaboration project to find out how to work on documents together in real time.



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

This Google Account (Gmail and Google Docs) is your Personal-Professional account.  It is only to be used for school, and will stay with you for as long as you are a student here at Universal Education.  Your account will be active up to two years after you graduate or leave the district.  Today you will create two documents!  Please follow the directions below to complete your work today.

To create a NEW document in your Google Drive, you must sign in to your Google account as follows:

Go to Google.Com and click the SIGN IN button in the upper right corner. 

Students simply log in using their @ucvare.org email address and password, which for students is their StudentID#@ucvare.org (######@ucvare.org).  You should have created a password when you signed in the first time last week.  Anyone who needs a password reset (for any reason) will be charged 25-cents per request.  The money raised will help offset the cost of new technology equipment, and keep students from FORGETTING this important password!

In the upper right corner of your screen you should see a small grid of little boxes ("the waffle").  This is your link to other Google Applications.  Please choose the button for your Google Drive.  You can now select the NEW button (Red Button Upper Left Side of the Screen).  This will allow you to create Documents, Spreadsheets, Presentations, and upload files.  We will discuss each today.

Your project today is to create a NEW Google Document and name it "Technology Journal".  Once created, you will create your first post (See Instructions Below).  Any time you are in class, and you are instructed to create a Journal Entry, you will use the following format:

Today's Date:
Topic:
(Body of Post)

Each entry will be made at the top of the page so the entries "push" each other down the page.  Your most recent entry will be at the top, and other entries will be listed in chronological order.

When instructed, please copy the following items into your first, newly created Google Document (Technology Journal):

29 February 2016
Topic:  Personal Information
Name:
Homeroom:
Computer Science Period: 
City Corner Near Your Home:
Favorite Food:
Favorite Animal:
Favorite Class:
Favorite Color:
One Thing People Should Know About You:

Please SHARE the link to your new "Journal" document with MR. S for credit.  During the next class you will be writing a one-page Autobiography of yourself and you will be creating a basic Google Presentation to present to the class.

Good Luck!

-Mr. S

Thursday, February 25, 2016

Introduction to GMAIL


ACADEMIC/LEARNING OBJECTIVE
Scholars will learn sign into GMail and send an Email to the instructor for credit.  Scholars will use Google Classroom to find assignment instructions.  Finally, Scholars will complete an online survey to provide contact information.

SCHOLARS WILL ENTER THE CLASS QUIETLY AND BEGIN WORKING!
Scholars will sign into GMail, open Google Classroom, and follow all directions listed there.  Scholars must be able to successfully remember all passwords they create to access online content in our class.  Scholars must successfully send an email with a picture file attached to Mr. S.  Scholars must CITE their source in the body of the email.  Students will complete an online survey to wrap-up the lesson.
Peer Mentoring will be used to help each other master the program.

THANK YOU FOR YOUR ATTENTION AND POSITIVE ATTITUDE TODAY!
Standards Covered In This Class  
PA 3.7.7 & 11 Section C / ISTE 2011
CSTA Tied With Common Core ELA/Math rev. 2011
 
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT
YOU MAY NOT USE PERSONAL EMAIL ACCOUNTS TO COMPLETE WORK IN CLASS.  EVERYTHING MUST BE COMPLETED USING YOUR OFFICIAL UCVARE.ORG GOOGLE ACCOUNT FOR CREDIT!
 
YOU MUST SIGN INTO YOUR UCVARE.ORG GOOGLE ACCOUNT AND ACCESS YOUR GMAIL AND GOOGLE CLASSROOM.  SEE MR. S FOR GOOGLE CLASSROOM CODES AND EMAIL ACCESS.  IF YOU FORGOT YOUR GOOGLE PASSWORD, YOU WILL NEED TO PAY 25-CENTS EACH TIME TO MR. S TO HAVE IT RESET.
(ALL PROCEEDS WILL BUY NEW TECHNOLOGY EQUIPMENT FOR OUR SCHOOL!)  

Today you will learn to send an email.  You can use the training video below to help you.  Your assignment has two steps.  You need to send Mr. S and email with a picture attached.  You must copy and paste the link to the picture in the body of the email for credit, and CITE where you found it online.  You need to find a picture online at Google Images and SAVE the Picture to your DESKTOP so you can ATTACH it to your Gmail to me for credit.

To: hscribner@ucvare.org
Subject:  Picture
Body of Email:  I found this picture at (website), I chose it because (your reason for picking it).

(Click the "Paper Clip" button at the bottom to ATTACH your picture to the email.)


When you have completed this assignment, you must also complete the survey below (or on your Google Classroom page).  Click the link to the survey and fill in your Name, Student ID# , UCVare Gmail Address, and any other personal email address you may have.  This contact information is only shared with members of the staff here.  I will use your cell phone and personal email for emergency contact only.  You must also write about some topics you would like to see covered in our STEM Class over the next few months.  

Thanks,  

Mr. S

Monday, February 22, 2016

12x12x12 Impressions / GMail / Google Classroom

ACADEMIC/LEARNING OBJECTIVE
Scholars will learn sign into GMail and send an Email to the instructor for credit.  Scholars will then successfully join Google Classroom.  Finally, Scholars will complete an online constructed response by reading and filling out the online form in Google Classroom


SCHOLARS WILL ENTER THE CLASS QUIETLY AND BEGIN WORKING!
Scholars will sign into GMail, Join Google Classroom, and follow all directions listed below.  Scholars must be able to successfully remember all passwords they create to access online content in our class.  Scholars must also complete a constructed response based on the passage listed at the bottom of this post.  Proper grammar, spelling, and content will be expected.

Peer Mentoring will be used to help each other master the program.


THANK YOU FOR YOUR ATTENTION AND POSITIVE ATTITUDE TODAY!
Standards Covered In This Class  
PA 3.7.7 & 11 Section C / ISTE 2011
CSTA Tied With Common Core ELA/Math rev. 2011

Everyone:

Today you will sign into your VARE Google Account and send and email to Mr. S for credit.  


Follow the directions below:
GMAIL SETUP


Go to Google.Com and click the SIGN IN button in the upper right corner.

Students simply log in using their (STUDENT ID#)@ucvare.org email address and password, which for students is


UCTech16

You will need to choose a new PASSWORD once you have logged in!  Make sure you can remember it because you will need to log into this GMail account every day when you come into class.




Send Mr. S and Email and introduce yourself.  Get to know about your email account.


GOOGLE CLASSROOM 

Once you are signed into your GMail Account, you must now open a NEW TAB on your browser.  Type classroom.google.com into the address bar and hit ENTER or RETURN.  You will be prompted to tell Google Classroom that you are a STUDENT, and you will need to enter the Class Code shown on the screen to join our class.  Once there, follow the directions to answer your first response question for credit today.  You will receive points for signing into GMail, for joining the correct Google Classroom, and for completing the response question completely!

CONSTRUCTED RESPONSE FORMAT (3-5 Sentences):

R - RESTATE the Question
A - ANSWER the Question
C - CITE the Evidence
E - EXPLAIN Your Evidence


CONSTRUCTED RESPONSE PASSAGE:

12 x 12 x 12 IMPRESSIONS 
12 by 12 by 12 is the distance you are being judged by the people you meet every day of every week of every year of your life.
Your first impression starts 12 feet away. This is the distance people see what you are wearing and how you are acting. This is the first chance you have to make sure that people see you in a positive, accepting light.
At 12 inches away you are now about to speak. People will notice the minute details of the way your face looks as you smile, frown, or grimace. People are judging your looks, your demeanor, and the way you carry yourself. The way you shake a hand, smell to others, and present yourself are now under the microscope and you should be aware that what you are about to say will forever place a note in people’s head about your level of maturity.
Finally, the first 12 words you speak are a reflection of your heritage, upbringing, and education level. Whether you like it or not, the person you are interacting with is taking a mental picture of you for future reference. What kind of picture have you given them? How can you make a difference in how you appear? The mark we leave on the world is a made up of the thousands of appearances in other people’s memories. How you are perceived by others is the only yardstick we are all measured equally by. Make your impression a positive lasting one with others, and you will make your world a better place live in.

Thursday, February 11, 2016

African-American History Project - ComicLife Biography 2016

ACADEMIC/LEARNING OBJECTIVE
Scholars will learn to use ComicLife to load, manipulate, adjust, and save digital photographs in a comic book style format.  Scholars will then use that knowledge to create a researched comic book page of a famous African-American from history.  Pages will be submitted electronically for credit.


SCHOLARS WILL ENTER THE CLASS QUIETLY AND BEGIN WORKING!
Scholars will work individually to master the ComicLife software suite.  They will choose photos from Google Images to work with.  They must complete research on the person assigned to them, and create a 1 page project. 
Final projects must be submitted electronically via the link provided below for credit.


Peer Mentoring will be used to help each other master the program.


THANK YOU FOR YOUR ATTENTION AND POSITIVE ATTITUDE TODAY!
Standards Covered In This Class  
PA 3.7.7 & 11 Section C / ISTE 2011
CSTA Tied With Common Core ELA/Math rev. 2011
Ok Everyone,

Assignment:  Today you will choose an African-American Historical figure from my list and create a 1-page comic-book about that person's biography.   Include where they are from, what significant contributions they have made, and why they are a prominent historical figure.  Your page must include when and where they were born, some reference to where they lived, and where they are now.  I encourage you to create your page with some "flow" to it.  You must collect pictures to go with your story and then use ComicLife to create the comic book pages.  YOU MUST USE AT LEAST 6 PICTURES.  YOU MUST HAVE AT LEAST 2 QUOTES. We will work on one together in class today and your story is due before the end of February. No two projects can be on the same person.

Use these websites to choose a historical figure:

http://www.factmonster.com/spot/bhmbios1.html

http://history1900s.about.com/od/people/tp/famousafricanamericans.htm

I MUST APPROVE YOUR CHOICES PRIOR TO YOU STARTING YOUR PROJECT!  A list will be available online to reference the choices made by everyone.

CLICK HERE TO SEE THE LIST OF PEOPLE CHOSEN FOR EACH CLASS!
 
I found the first sample (RIGHT) online.  The sample below that was created by me this morning in about 10 minutes.  Take your time and use the whole page please.

You will be graded on the following basis:

50 points - Accuracy of Historical Facts
50 points - Grammar and Spelling
50 points - Creativity and Layout
50 points - Turning it in completely and on time.

STEPS TO COMPLETE THE PROJECT:
1.  Find Pictures and Complete Research
     Research Includes:
          Where They Were Born
          Reason They Are Famous
          Contributions To Society
          Where They Live Now
          Famous Events They Were Involved In
2.  Open ComicLife and Adjust Your Layout
3.  Add Pictures In Logical Order
4.  Add Headline/Title
5.  Add Quotes and Historical Notes
6.  Add Your Name (byline)
7.  Save Work as ComicLife File for later changes
8.  EXPORT File as IMAGE (JPEG)
9.  Upload JPEG using LINK below for CREDIT!

  
Good Luck and Have Fun!!  Final Projects should be submitted as a JPEG(image) by EXPORTING it to the desktop.  I will compile them, and you will see them all over the next few weeks as my screen saver.  I will try to print them for display in the hallway.  Get to work!!

When you are finished, I will review it for accuracy and return a copy if you need to make changes.   Have fun and relax with this project.

Mr. S

Tuesday, February 9, 2016

Left v Right Brain / Learning Style / Typing 2016

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.




When you have completed both quizzes, and reported your scores to Mr. S, please work on your Typing Skills.  You may go to either of the TYPING BUTTONS on the class website!  Good Luck and have fun this year in our class.

- MR. S

Wednesday, February 3, 2016

PIXLR.COM INTRODUCTION DAY


OBJECTIVE & STUDENT OUTCOMES
  Students will then learn to upload, manipulate, adjust, save and share digital images with an online application.  Students will upload a FINAL Picture for a grade!

STUDENTS MUST READ ALL DIRECTIONS ON THIS WEBSITE PRIOR TO STARTING ANY ASSIGNED TASKS.  PLEASE FOLLOW ALL DIRECTIONS AS GIVEN FOR FULL CREDIT!
Students will then use Google Images to select a picture for use today.  Students will Copy the Picture selected to the desktop of the computer they are working with.  Students will learn how to use PIXLR.Com to upload, manipulate, adjust, save and share the picture online.  Students will click the link below to submit their FINAL PICTURE for credit to Mr. S!

PIXLR.COM

Today we will be working online with pixlr.com.  This is a powerful website (CLICK HERE) to help you work with and manipulate digital photographs.  Please use the time today to explore this software using pictures from Google Images. We will eventually be learning to take pictures and create a photo project book for the entire school.  This will be an artistic project aimed at helping you to use photography, journalism, and Mac Pages.  We will be learning to use this software so you can create your own part of our Yearbook later this year.

ASSIGNMENT:  Find a picture online (Must Conform To Universal VARE Standard Use Guidelines) and use PIXLR.Com to change it and make it your own.  Follow the directions below:

1. Choose Picture from Google Images
2. Save Picture to Desktop
3. Open PIXLR.COM
4. Load Picture into PIXLR.COM Application from Desktop
5. Make changes to picture
  a.  You must add some text, a background, and change the color or another feature for credit.
6. Save Formatted Picture to Desktop
7. CLICK LINK BELOW TO UPLOAD YOUR PICTURE FOR CREDIT


CLICK HERE TO UPLOAD YOUR PICTURE!

Monday, February 1, 2016

Welcome to the UV Tech STEM CLASS 2016!

ACADEMIC/LEARNING OBJECTIVE

Scholars will participate in an introductary program that includes finding out about classroom rules and procedures.  Scholars will learn to access reference websites, complete initial technology survey, and understand how to complete the homework assignment.  Students will be able to understand what tools and technology mean when referencing information for college and career readiness.


SCHOLARS WILL ENTER THE CLASS QUIETLY AND BEGIN WORKING!
 Scholars will be introduced to classroom procedures and rules.  Scholars will introduce themselves, and be introduced to some of the topics and technology covered in the upcoming STEM class for 2016!


THANK YOU FOR YOUR ATTENTION AND POSITIVE ATTITUDE TODAY!
Standards Covered In This Class
 
PA 3.7.7 & 11 Section C / ISTE 2011
CSTA Tied With Common Core ELA/Math rev. 2014


Hello Everyone,

Welcome to your new Vare Tech STEM Class!  I am excited to be teaching here at Universal Vare Charter Middle School.  Please view the video below to get an idea of the kind of projects we will be working on in class.  Today we will be going over class rules and making sure that you understand what you will be required to do in our class.  I am glad you are here, and I look forward to helping you prepare for high school and beyond!

Good Luck!

- Mr. S

Please take some time to review the STEM Class Rules and Requirements at the following link:

http://uvarestem.blogspot.com/2016/01/revised-classroom-rules-universal-vare.html

Make sure you complete the following survey on your own, it counts as your first quiz grade: 

Scholar Technology Survey Link
http://goo.gl/forms/BnWOLQ86eh

YOUR PARENT/GUARDIAN MUST COMPLETE THE SURVEY BELOW.  THIS COUNTS AS YOUR SECOND QUIZ GRADE FOR CLASS:

Parent/Guardian Survey Link
http://goo.gl/forms/VR4Oe2eEQN

Revised Classroom Rules: Universal Vare STEM

The information provided below is posted on a public website and scholars are assumed to have read, understand, and follow all protocol and rules listed.  Scholars will be bound by these rules and regulations upon entering Universal Vare Charter Middle School 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 hscribnercuvtech@gmail.com.  Parents/Guardians are encouraged to review these rules and procedures in full with every Universal Vare Scholar.  Technology equipment, network access, and internet access are for official student use only, and may only be used to access appropriate content as outlined in the Universal Charter School Policies and Procedures.



MR. SCRIBNER’S CLASSROOM RULES
1.  Scholars 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.  Scholars 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.  Scholars 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.  Scholars 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.  Please collaborate and communicate about the topic-at-hand and limit your off-topic conversations while working.
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. Scholars are to be prepared with all papers, pens, pencils, notebooks and any other materials required for class.  Do not waste class time to ask to  sharpen your pencil, needing paper, throwing out trash, or any other trivial matter.  Be a professional student and take care of it quietly or prior to class.
7.  You are to raise your hand to get permission to speak during direct instruction time.  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.  This requirement is adjusted during group/team or independent work time.
8.  If you need to use the restroom you may do so but must make up the time for ten minutes after school.   You should get in the habit of using the facilities while moving to or from class.
9.  I do not argue with Scholars.  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 me, 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 (or designated substitute).  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 the 10-minute detention, you will then be required to attend a full 45-minute detention and your parent/guardian will be notified of the issue.   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.


  Technology (STEM) Syllabus

Teacher:  Mr. Harvey Scribner

Location:        Universal Vare Charter Middle School
                        Philadelphia, PA          
                        3rd Floor
Contact:        hscribneruvtech@gmail.com
                 
Tutorial Time: On Request.
Conference Period: Lunch / After School by Appointment
Course Description: Scholars gain knowledge and skills in the application, design, production, and assessment of computer-based knowledge and applications. The study of technology (STEM) 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 (STEM) 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 post-secondary education. Scholars apply technical skills to address business applications of emerging technologies.
                                               
Please log into POWERSCHOOL to view Scholar grades and assignments.

                        
Classroom Information and Procedures

Respect Yourself – Respect Others AT ALL TIMES!

Be Prepared with Materials – Be on Time – Be Ready to Learn
 
Scholars 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 ClassScholars should be in their seats with materials ready at the start of class.  Scholars should respond to the Teacher's queue by listening or engaging in warm up activity (Journal). Scholars 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. Scholars 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. Scholars 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 Scholars 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, Cell Phones and CD’sScholars 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, Scholars may not download software onto district computer systems without specific permission.  

NO SCHOLAR MAY CREATE OR USE AN OUTSIDE/PRIVATE NETWORK AT ANY TIME WHILE IN SCHOOL.  SCHOLARS CAUGHT CREATING A WIFI OR ACCESS POINT WITH CELLPHONES OR OTHER UNAUTHORIZED DEVICE WILL HAVE THAT DEVICE IMMEDIATELY CONFISCATED AND WILL BE SUBJECT TO ADDITIONAL DISCIPLINARY ACTION.  NO UNAUTHORIZED DEVICE WILL BE CONNECTED TO THE SCHOOL NETWORK WITHOUT SPECIFIC PERMISSION.  NO UNAUTHORIZED, ILLEGAL, OR INAPPROPRIATE CONTENT MAY BE ACCESSED PRIVATELY ON PERSONAL TECHNOLOGY EQUIPMENT WHILE ON SCHOOL PROPERTY.
Operating System Configuration – Adding or deleting icons to the desktop is prohibited.  Changing the background on the monitor or screen saver is prohibited.  Scholars should not make any changes to the configuration of the district computer systems.
No CheatingScholars should not share files in the attempt to cheat on assignments.  File sharing should only be done if the class assignment directs a Scholars to do so.  Scholars should not print multiple copies of a file in an attempt to allow others to cheat from their original works.  Scholars should show integrity by not cheating or by creating an environment where others may cheat. Cheating may cause the Scholar(s) loss of some or the entire grade.
ListeningScholars should listen while the teacher is giving directions or giving information.  Scholars should attend to the directions and follow them the first time they are given. This classroom environment thrives on the importance of teamwork, leadership, integrity, honesty, work habits, and organizational skills. The Scholar is expected to use teamwork to solve problems and questions first before asking for assistance
Appropriate Language – Scholars 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. Scholars 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 Scholar to make arrangements with the teacher for work missed when absent due to illness, doctor’s appointments, field trips, school sponsored event, etc.
Radio’s, Music 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 offenses that may be subject to substantial fines and penalties under law. Removal of hardware, equipment, software and supplies, and other properties from the classroom are considered theft.  Browsing unauthorized files or district content through the school provided network is a federal crime.  Scholars should not try to guess passwords to hack into teacher accounts or the accounts of others.  Scholars should only access areas they are authorized to use and have been given rights to access. Scholars should use the network for academic purposes only. Network resources should not be wasted including bandwidth and printer usage.  All FERPA, state and local access restrictions on content will be strictly adhered too.

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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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