Presentation on theme: "You are expected to: n Be to class on time!! n Respect the equipment, yourself, and others. n Turn assignments in on time. n Do your best every day, all."— Presentation transcript:
You are expected to: n Be to class on time!! n Respect the equipment, yourself, and others. n Turn assignments in on time. n Do your best every day, all the time. n Do not be a TWIT (Talking While I’m Talking) Please raise your hand when you wish to speak. n Spit out your gum BEFORE you get to class. n Leave all drink, food, gum and candy in your bag or locker.
n Check the calendar to know what work you are to be doing. The calendar is on the web site.
Absences and Make-up Work School Policy You have the # of days you missed plus one to make up your work. My Policy You may have an extension to the school policy if it is work that can only be done in the lab. Extensions must be arranged. Don’t assume you have one. Responsibility! It is your job to find out what work you are missing and arrange to make up that work. Come in before school, after school, at lunch, or ask during down time during class if there is any. DO NOT ask me at the beginning of a class.
Rules To Live By n If it’s not yours and you don’t have permission, don’t touch it. (exceptions…) n Talking is permitted, socializing is not.
A Few More Rules To Live By n No rough-housing! No chair tipping. n Clean up after yourself. n Games are not to be played during CLASS time. n No cellphones or other electronic devices on or in use in the classroom.
Tech. Lab Classroom Procedure When you come in: 1. Get to your assigned seat and login the computer. 2. Check the calendar to see the objective for today. 3.Do the assigned keyboarding lesson for the day..
Tech. Lab Classroom Procedure Minor Offences 1)Warning/sit in the Hallway 2)Detention/s - or have to talk to teacher 3)Detention/s and Phone Call to a Parent 4)Office Referral Teacher reserves the right to move through these steps as the situation warrants. Major Offences - Goodbye!
Introduction to Technology How to Survive Course Content Procedures
Topics for the Semester n Keyboarding n Getting Started with Windows n Creating a Database n Working with Files n Finalizing a Database n Working with E-mail n Creating a Presentation n Creating a Document n Finalizing a Presentation n Formatting a Document n Computer Hardware n Finalizing a Document n Peripheral Devices n Creating a Worksheet n Technology safety and ethics n Formatting a Worksheet n Browsing the Web n Finalizing a Worksheet
You are welcome in the computer lab during open lab times after school on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. Arrange to come in during lunch. I’m not always in the room during lunch, but if you arrange it with me I will be here for you.
Grade things to remember n You will turn in most of your written work by email. n Many assignments may be reworked for full credit. n Projects are graded. n Extra Credit is occasionally offered and usually is completed at home.