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2 The MHS A wired classroom is not a teacher that has had five cups of coffee and each student that has had at least 2 cans of Mountain Dew.

3 The MHS The school corporation expects faculty to blend thoughtful use of the Internet throughout the curriculum and to provide guidance and instruction to students in its use. The faculty is expected to make use of technology in daily work such as reporting grades, attendance, communicating by , preparing lessons plans and thus, by example, show students the importance of learning technology

4 The MHS Heres What You Can Do

5 The MHS The Home Page MHS Departments Guidance Office MHS Administration Weekly Calendar Policies Library Guidance Office MHS Newsletter Alumni Mission Statement

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7 New Visitors

8 The MHS Search Engines Access America The Library Page

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12 The MHS Search Engines Teacher Resources Lesson Plans Blue Web n The Library Page

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15 The MHS The Departments English Family and Consumer Science Foreign Language Social Studies Mathematics Science Business Special Needs Art Music Industrial Technology Physical Education

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17 The MHS The Alumni Links to Classes Instructions for setting up ones own class page

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19 The MHS ICE From the Home Page Click on Departments Click on Technology Courses Click on ICE

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21 The MHS ICE – Related Class Course Syllabus

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23 The MHS PowerPoint presentations Pdf files Handouts Web Resources Evaluation

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25 The MHS You Can Have Stuff on the Web Too! Save the file to a floppy and put it in my mailbox

26 The MHS The new Acceptable Use Policy for School City of Mishawaka Students allows pictures of students and/or their work to be published on the web. If you send me files that contain student work or their picture – make sure they have a signed AUP on file.

27 The MHS Or Send me an to Attach the file to the Include: Handouts Syllabus Homework

28 The MHS Make your grades available on line Download the latest version of Making the Grade from bin/32bit.cgihttp://www.gradebusters.com/cgi- bin/32bit.cgi Install it over your current version to maintain license information Open the class you want to upload to the net

29 The MHS Make your grades available on line Go to the Gradebook window, click Window, click The Web ePublisher, click grouped home page documents Follow the directions on the screen Save the file to a floppy disk and put it in my mail box. I will upload it to the web

30 The MHS Your MHS address Fill out the form and send it to Dave Layson via intra school mail Set up your client to send and retrieve from In Netscape go to Edit – Preferences – Mail & News Groups

31 The MHS Your MHS address Under Identity only your name and address are required Under Mail Servers enter as both the incoming and outgoing mail servers

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34 The MHS Your MHS address In Out Look go to Tools – Accounts – Mail – Add - Mail Answer the questions in the Internet Connection Wizard Under Servers enter as both the incoming and outgoing mail servers

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36 The MHS Got any questions – me

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