WELCOME TO COMPUTER APPLICATIONS! MRS. KREIFELS Word Processing Spreadsheet Database PowerPoint Integration SKILLS NEEDED TO BE SUCCESSFUL IN THIS CLASS ☺ Good Attitude ☺ Good Preparation ☺ Be on time ☺ Have materials ready! ☺ Listening skills ☺ Self-motivated ☺ Pride in work ☺ Reading/Writing skills ☺ Attentiveness COURSE DESCRIPTION Designed to develop computer skills essential for careers Develop keyboarding skills After this course you can enroll in: • • • • Advanced Computer Applications Digital Media 1 & 2 Web Page Programming Intro to Digital Design PROGRAMS & SOFTWARE Microsoft Office 2013 Word Access Excel PowerPoint WHAT WILL BE EXPECTED? Do your best! Respect for computer Be in class Patience Listening skills No headphones or cell phones COMPUTER USE GUIDELINES No Food or Drinks! Use assigned work station Clean up!! Think before printing Follow directions Treat equipment and materials with care COMPUTER USE GUIDELINES Respect copyright laws. Not access the Internet without permission Not waste supplies - print only when necessary. Respect the security of the network system. Not use the network for financial gain or any illegal activity. Not use the computer system to disturb other computer users. Not engage in vandalism including network systems/viruses. Understand LPS is not responsible for my expenses Use computer equipment to meet instructional objectives -- not as entertainment. COMPUTER USE GUIDELINES I understand that violation of the guidelines will make me subject to disciplinary action and can include the immediate suspension of my computer privileges. ATTENDANCE POLICY You miss school, you miss out! You are responsible for completing missed work! LSW TARDY POLICY Tardy –If a student is not in the room when the bell rings. 1st Tardy-warning (conference with teacher/student) 2nd Tardy-student behavior intervention plan and contact home (conference with teacher/parent) 3rd Tardy-assigned to Lunch Detention 4th Tardy-assigned to Lunch Detention 5th Tardy-administrative referral to attendance office ELECTRONIC DEVICES Brought to school at your own risk. Not used during work time. LSW Policy— 1st—Warning 2nd—Confiscation and Call Home 3rd—Confiscation to Security 4th—Administrative Referral WHAT SHOULD I EXPECT? TYPICAL DAY Login and check website for agenda Demo & work together Assignment & In-class work time Work until you are asked to wrap up Clean up workspace and hand in work SUPPLIES Pencil & Paper Planner Book – in classroom Good attitude! 20% Formative Daily Work & Assignments 80% Summative Tests & Projects Final Exam END OF DAY PROCEDURES Hand in assignments Return handouts Clean up workspace Close books Log off computers Stay in your seat until the bell rings Have a GREAT day! EMERGENCY PROCEDURES Backpacks completely under desk or next to wall Enjoy Crafts Favorite Show Future Business Leaders of America See Mr. Hinrichs in B200 An Association of Marketing Students See Mr. Mahoney in C209 SOUTHWEST BUSINESS DEPARTMENT CLASSES Keyboarding Computer Applications^ Advanced Computer Applications^ Digital Design Digital Media 1 Digital Media 2 Web Page Programming^ Accounting^ College Accounting^ Business Law^ Business Management^** Business Economics^ College Personal Finance^ Marketing^** Promotional Marketing^** Sports Marketing^** Take Charge World of Business Related clubs: FBLA^ and DECA** Reminder – to be involved in DECA, you should enroll in a class marked with ** GET TO KNOW YOU ACTIVITY While computers are logging on… What do you like to do in your free time? What is your favorite food? What is your favorite book or movie? Share one other items about yourself FIRST DAY Log on to computer Visit website & set bookmark Create folder on e-disk Locate handouts & hand-in box Get to know you activity LOGOFF PROCEDURE START button Select Logoff button DO NOT SHUT DOWN THE COMPUTER!