Presentation on theme: "Meet the Teacher Virginia D’Alonzo Over 20 years experience in education. Designing, developing and implementing curriculums, conducting classroom instruction."— Presentation transcript:
Meet the Teacher Virginia D’Alonzo Over 20 years experience in education. Designing, developing and implementing curriculums, conducting classroom instruction and over 10 years in the private sector. Diversity gained from teaching on the high school and college levels, facilitating professional development workshops and ind Contact info: firstname.lastname@example.org Barry Tech: (516) 622-6800 ext. 5208
Virginia D’Alonzo… Educational Certifications: Educational Technology Specialist Professional Business & Distributive Education Drafting & CAD/CAM Administration: School Building Leader Coordinator of Work-Based Program Extension- pending Industry Certifications: Certificated Internet Web Professional Autodesk, AutoCAD 2014 Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)
Skills 40% Computer lab assignments & projects Demonstrations Knowledge 25% Written Class assignments Work Ethic35% daily attendance coming to class prepared to learn participating in class behaving in a professional manner treating each other fairly & with respect. Please send a note to Barry Tech for all absences with in 5 days. Work Ethic = 10 per day. Home school related absent=8 Medical & others absent = 6
Being the BEST! Grades… Written Class assignments Computer lab assignments & projects Quizzes & Tests Work Ethics attendance, prepared participating fairly respect. Work Ethics Includes: your daily attendance, coming to class prepared to learn, participating in class, behaving in a professional manner and treating each other fairly & with respect.
Who’s who…. Ms. Laure Harris, Principal(516) 622-6829 Dr. William Pol, Assistant Principal(516) 622-6805 Guidance: Ms. Susan Piarulli, Guidance Counselor (516) 622-6808 Dr. Shelly Rebaudo, School Psychologist(516) 622-6889 Work Based Learning Coordinator: Randi O’Moore(516) 622-6887 Attendance: Ms. Dona-Rae Sheridan(516) 622-6819 Nurse: Ms. Marie Brown(516) 622-6819
Business Service Skills Students will learn all the skills necessary for working in a technology-oriented environment
Students will be introduced to: Office technology and the basics in word processing, multi- media presentations, spreadsheet and database software, and learn to use scanners, copy and fax machines. Business document formatting, business math, filing techniques, mailroom skills, presentation skills, telephone usage and etiquette. Students will learn to: Work with teammates to apply office technology skills to form a mock business. Select type of product to market, select a business name, create a company logo, and organize a marketing campaign. Produce custom letterhead, business cards, flyers, brochures Storyboard to create a commercial and trailer. Create a object based website for mock business.
What is Computer Game Design &Programming ? It is the perfect blend of core content and exciting student engagement! It is a diverse field that benefits from the unique and experiences every individual has achieved. It allows each student to discover where his/her technology, creativity, and leadership skills fit best within the gaming, creative arts and programming industries.
E-Projects Barry Tech Website (Teacher Websites) Each student has a webpage to post and reflect on projects & labs. Student page = E-portfolio
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ISTE NETS and Performance Indicators for Students (International Society for Technical Education – National Education Technology Standards) NETS 3: Research and Information Fluency – Students apply digital tools to gather, evaluate, and use information. NETS 4: Critical Thinking, Problem Solving, and Decision Making – Students use critical thinking skills to plan and conduct research, manage projects, solve problems, and make informed decisions using appropriate digital tools and resources. NETS 6: Technology Operations and Concepts - Students demonstrate a sound understanding of technology concepts, systems, and operations.