This course is designed to be a basic class in personal computers and Microsoft Office applications. Students will use a hands on approach to learn to develop and edit documents using the Microsoft Office Suite. The class will focus on Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint as well as Google drive applications.
This course is designed to develop keyboarding and software skills associated with personal computers. The course will include word processing and introduce presentations and spreadsheets.
This course focuses on the emerging trends in technology and how they can be applied to classrooms. Students will complete a variety of projects that range from coding to podcasting. In addition, students will learn about media and digital literacy and ways to develop an online profile that can be utilized throughout their professional career.
This course will enable students to create and distribute digital video in a variety of formats, including live sports broadcasting, documentary, short film, and news coverage. Specific skills and tools include camera technique, video production with Adobe Production Premium, audio engineering, 3d graphics, and screenplay writing. The course also includes a significant amount of out-of-class filming of extracurricular activities. (An honors section is offered for students who have completed one full year of Broadcasting and who have teacher approval).