ICT I & II - Wayne County School District

ICT I & II - Wayne County School District

ICT I & II Ms. Clay INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY 1 (ICT I) Students in ICT I will study: Interpersonal & self-directional skills Basic technology operation & technology concepts Social, ethical, & human issue in technology Technology communication tools Technology resource tool Multimedia presentation applications

Word processing applications Design applications INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY II (ICT II) Students in ICT II will study: Interpersonal and self-directional skills Input applications Technology lab management & networking Publishing applications Graphic design applications Web design applications Database applications

Spreadsheets applications Technology problem-solving & decision making tools Course Credit: If you successfully pass ICT II this year, you will receive one (1) high school credit. ICT I & II STUDENT COMPETENCY PROFILE SHEET ICT I & II Student Competency Profile Sheet Student Handout WAYNE COUNTY SCHOOL

DISTRICT HANDBOOK POLICY Bullying, Cyber-bullying, and Harassing Behavior (page 7) Grading Scale (page 9) WIN (Work in Now) Detention (page 10) Tardy (page 20) Check-outs (page 21) Discipline Ladder (page 23-25) Internet Acceptable Use Policy (page 48-53) Internet Safety Policy (page 54-56) INFORMATION & COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY 1 & 2 RULES & PROCEDURES MS. CLAY COMPUTER LAB RULES ENTERING THE COMPUTER LAB

1. Put your backpacks and other materials in the designated area. 2. Quietly get out your binder (with paper and pencil). 3. Be seated and ready to begin working. 4. Read the board each day to check for important daily assignments/announcements. 5. Follow all student handbook rules. 6. Be prepared for class with all needed materials, also be alert and ready to work. You will not be allowed to return to your locker. 7. Respect others rights and properties. 8. All assignments for ICT 1 and 2 must be completed in the school lab. EXITING THE COMPUTER LAB 9. Log off following the designated procedures. 10. Leave the workstation clean and in proper order. 11. Push your chair in. 12. Wait for the teacher to dismiss you. 13. Please leave the room in a quiet and orderly manner. RULES & PROCEDURES

CONTINUED LAB RULES o Check workstations at the beginning of class. Problems MUST be reported to the teacher at this time. Workstations are expected to be neat and clean at all times. o NO storage devices (CDs, diskettes) may be brought into the lab. o NO food, drinks, candy, or gum allowed in the lab. o Remain at assigned station. o NO magnets allowed in the lab. o Courtesy and cooperation are expected at all times. SCHOOL INTERNET POLICY Access to the Internet is made available to students of Clara School. The goal is to promote educational excellence by facilitating research, resources sharing, innovation and communication. The Internet is to be used in support of research and education consistent with the educational

objectives of Clara School and Wayne County School District. RULES & PROCEDURES CONTINUED COMPUTER / INTERNET USAGE RULES 1. Students are NOT allowed on the Internet without teachers permission. 2. Students are NOT allowed to download ANYTHING without permission from the teacher. 3. Students are NOT allowed to listen to online music. 4. Students are NOT allowed to play games on the Computer / Internet. 5. Students will use proper netiquette. 6. Students are NOT allowed to type any personal information into any website. 7. Students are NOT allowed to change or install screen savers OR desktop backgrounds. 8. Students are NOT allowed to add, change, or move icons on the desktop.

RULES & PROCEDURES CONTINUED Make-Up Work Policy As this is a computer performance-based class, very little homework will be given. The amount and quality of work completed in class will be of utmost importance. Therefore, attendance is a MUST if you are to succeed in this course. Make-up work is THE STUDENTS responsibility. Students must ask for missed assignments upon returning to class. All computer-based assignments must be made up in the labs within the time limit given. MATERIALS NEEDED FOR ICT 1 and 2: 1. 2. 3. 4.

3-Ring binder with loose leaf notebook paper Pencils $10.00 lab fee Positive attitude PATHWAYS TO SUCCESS Through Pathways to Success, all students will have the resources to identify, explore and attain their career and academic goals. Students will investigate career options and identify individual programs of study (majors) related to their aspirations and abilities.

Use website www.ms.bridges.com Beginning in 8th grade, students will develop and annually update an individual Career Academic Plan (iCAP). This will be done in November. The iCAP will carry through high school. PATHWAYS TO SUCCESS CONTINUED Career clusters Groupings of similar occupations and industries Mississippi uses the 16 national clusters. Examples include: Agriculture, Food & Natural Resources; Architecture & Construction;

Education & Training; Finance; Health Science; Law, Public Safety, Corrections & Security; Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics Career Pathways Broad groups of careers that share similar characteristics within a career cluster Graduation Pathways Diploma Options Career (21 credits) Traditional (24 credits minimum) District (21 credits minimum)

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