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Welcome to Web Design Web Site Development Print Media Digital Media Design Techniques Stacy Sherman, Instructor
Question? Have you ever thought about or wanted to have a website to promote an interest or hobby without having to pay someone?
What is Web, MultiMedia Technology, and Design? ATCs Web Design/Multi-media course is designed to train students in the art of building web sites as well as developing web-content from storyboard to Internet. This course covers both technical and creative aspects, allowing the student to have the knowledge they need to function in the ever growing and competitive world of Business, Computers, and Design Technology. The Program is divided into courses for adult students and Terms for High School Training. Each student has the opportunity to practice and retain skills learned, experiment, and build their own personal portfolio. This will help as an essential tool finding a job in todays job market.
High School Courses/Training Oracle Database Management Digital Literacy Post Test Information Technology Job Hunting Preparation Adobe Photoshop Adobe Photoshop Certification
High School Training Oracle Database Programming SQL HTML, XHTML, and CSS Intro : Portfolio – Projects Adobe Photoshop – Classwork and Projects Adobe Photoshop Certification prep Adobe Acrobat Professional 9 – E Portfolio
High School Training Adobe Acrobat 9 Advance Adobe Dreamweaver Dreamweaver Certification Prep Adobe Fireworks Training Dreamweaver Projects and Portfolio Flash Action Scripts Flash Projects and Animation
High School Training Adobe Illustrator Ready To Work Portfolio Projects MoneySkills Premiere After Effects InDesign Marketing Exhibition BPA
What is Broward Blackboard In order to alleviate the stress of submitting your assignments to your instructor we have the opportunity to use Broward Blackboard. This is a website that makes submitting assignments easier, all you have to do is upload your finished class assignment into the drop box under its appropriate category. Students sign into their online course, at Please your instructor when joining the online class with your and your course information. Your address is required to communicate with your instructor. This needs to include your name so that your e mails may be identified. Please use and that reflects your business communication and not communication for friends and family. Any s that cannot be identified as coming in from a current or prospective student will be DELETED. Have a subject in the subject line to identify the nature of the .
How to log in This field is where the password MUST be entered. Course ID: This is the welcome screen you will see every time you sign on. Username is the Student ID# which is entered in this field.
Virtual Counselor School Requirement: Click: Virtual Counselor Enter Student ID#, Enter Password: birthday MM/DD/YYYY Allow Pop-ups View the Handbook. Close window Complete emergency contact form. Once you submit the form you may access the handbook by visiting
Certifications Certifications are a critical aspect of the students training in Web, and Multi-media field. The certifications are a written authentication of the students qualification in the course of which your child has studied. It is also a far more effective means by which to validate the students experience to the employer as opposed to simply putting their qualifications on their resume. Available Certifications Microsoft Digital Literacy Florida Ready to Work Adobe ACA Certifications (Photoshop, Dreamweaver, Flash)
Here's an opportunity to stand out among other job seekers and enhance your resume! Whether you are training for a new career, planning on working while attending postsecondary training or re-entering the workforce, a Ready to Work Credential tells your employer that you have the skills to meet today's employment expectations.
What is a Ready to Work Credential? A Ready to Work Credential is awarded by the state of Florida to anyone who has successfully achieved required scores on designated assessments. Recipients will be considered equipped with the level of skills needed to meet employment, as well as postsecondary expectations. There is no cost to participate in this program – and students who earn the credential will be recognized at graduation.
What assessments are required to earn a Ready to Work Credential? Mastery of three (3) WorkKeys assessments must be demonstrated in the areas of: Reading for Information Applied Mathematics Locating Information What are the three levels of Floridas Ready to Work Credential? BRONZEminimum score of 3 or more on all three assessments SILVERminimum score of 4 or more on all three assessments GOLDminimum score of 5 or more on all three assessments
What is the process for earning a Ready to Work Credential? You must have a username (First Letter of First Name + Last Name +Last Digits of Social Security Number (all caps no spaces) and password (Last four digits of your social security number or entire number) to access Ready to Work site. Username: DRICHARDS1234 or Username: DRICHARDS1234 Temporary Password: 1234 Temporary Password: Go to https://www.myfloridareadytowork.com/ Click on Student/Job Seeker and fill out your registration using your temporary name and password. For your final and password use your birth date,for example: MM/DD/YYYY e.g: 17/03/1989.https://www.myfloridareadytowork.com/ Take The tests in Reading, Applied Mathematics, and Locating Information. A score of 3 or higher in all three areas indicates that the student is ready for the final assesment. Once the student has completed the placement tests he/she will have access to the corresponding WorkKeys that will aid he/she in not just the Ready to work but also FCAT, TABE, CASAS, or ASVAB.
What is the process for earning a Ready to Work Credential? Go to https://www.myfloridareadytowork.com/ Click on Student/Job Seeker and fill out your registration using your temporary name and password. For your final and password use your birth date,for example: MM/DD/YYYY e.g: 17/03/1989. https://www.myfloridareadytowork.com/ Take The tests in Reading, Applied Mathematics, and Locating Information. A score of 3 or higher in all three areas indicates that the student is ready for the final assesment. Once the student has completed the placement tests he/she will have access to the corresponding WorkKeys that will aid he/she in not just the Ready to work but also FCAT, TABE, CASAS, or ASVAB.
Oracle Internet Academy Stacy Sherman Instructor Materials Required 2.5 Three Ring Binders/Dividers Notebook Paper Pencils Eraser USB/CD/floppy Storage Device. Work Habits Grades The grade for work habits includes attendance, tardiness, attitude, and professionalism. Any absences must be reported to the high school attendance secretary by a parent or guardian. Journal and Daily Activities The daily activities grade includes all homework, class work, online quizzes and journal assignments. A journal topic is given and the student is responsible for writing a minimum of five sentences which are due every five days or per instruction. Electronic notebooks will be evaluated several times during the term. Hard copy notebooks should be set up as follows: General Section: Syllabus, Work Habits, and Teacher Hand-outs, Projects Section: Oracle projects, Vocab. Tests and Definitions and all materials returned, Notes: Notes you take in class, study guides, and "You Solve It" exercises. Notebook Check: Be prepared to place notebook in teacher drop box for grading. File naming rules for submitted work: lowercase firstinitial_LastName_projectName.extention.
Written Tests You MUST pass all tests with 70% or better to be successful in the Oracle Internet Academy. Failure to take tests as scheduled will result in a 10% per day reduction in grade. Makeup tests must be taken within one week of the original test date; the grade is averaged with the original test. Objective exams are online. Class Projects Since the program is competency based, you must correct all errors and resubmit your work until it is correct. Each time your project is submitted with errors, the grade is reduced 10%. No late work will be accepted. Incomplete work is given a grade of zero. Class Schedule The daily class schedule is posted on the Internet at Teacher Directed web sites or posted in student drives. Assignments and due dates will be posted and a hard copy can be printed. Oracle Internet Academy Stacy Sherman Instructor Contacting the Instructor The best time to reach us is during our planning period: 6:30 – 7:00 a.m. and After 2:00 pm. Our phone numbers are ext Our preferred contact is via at -
Oracle Internet Academy Game/Simulation/Animation Academy/Network Support Services/PC Support Services/Web Design
Academy of Information Technology (AOIT) Internship – Magnet students only Magnet students are members of the AOIT. Students must complete a internship The internship consists of 150 hours of documented employment and can be completed during the summer or by working part-time during the school year. The student will be required to obtain employment, complete a portfolio and have satisfactory evaluations to receive credit for the internship.
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Visit Student Work Oracle Class Schedule Term-by-Term: Schedule by Hours and Materials needed for 1050 hours of training How to Access Blackboard Video Training and Helpful Links Link to Student Portfolio Web Sites