Digital Business Communications is designed to provide the student with opportunities to develop skills using technology-based form of communication found in today’s businesses. Strong emphasis will be placed on exposing students to a wide variety of digital communications and their uses. This course will aid students in developing a foundation for success in using digital communications in today’s global environment.
They learn basics in Adobe PhotoShop, Adobe InDesign, Adobe Premiere, Microsoft Excel, and Microsoft PowerPoint.
Computer Science Level I is an introduction to computer programming will develop good problem-solving and programming skills that can lead to a career in the information technology field. This class is a great gateway to more advanced programming classes or as a standalone elective. Students will learn how to solve problems by writing software applications in a current programming language. Topics covered include hardware and history of computing, operating systems, variables, decision statements, loops and strings, procedures and functions. Students will complete short programs as exercises and larger final project.
This year we’re working with a couple of different programs: Khan Academy and SNAP! These programs are supplement to learning the basics of problem solving, computer programming, and programming languages.
Computer Science Level II is a study of the more advanced features of computer programming using a language under common use. This continuation of CS1 will develop good problem-solving and programming skills that can lead to a career in the information technology field. Students will study more advanced math operations, arrays, graphics, object oriented design, file saving and opening, 3D graphics, network programming. Student work will consist of short computer exercises and projects.
In CSII, students are learning Microsoft’s Visual Studio to develop more complex programs.