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Computer Applications I

Computer Applications I

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Computer Applications
Mr. BartzRoom 112tbartz@mail.garfield.sparcc.orghttp://www.tombartz.comConference Period: 5
th
period11:15 – 12:39Computer Lab Hours: Monday – Thursday7:00 – 7:30 am2:25 – 3:00 pmComputer Applications I is a one-semester course exploring the uses of computers in the worldtoday. By the end of this course, students should feel comfortable using the computer as a productivity tool. The course covers computer terminology, concepts, applications, as well as basic keyboarding skills. The applications used in this class will be Microsoft Office (Word,PowerPoint, Excel, Outlook, and Publisher). A flash drive for each student is recommended butnot required.
Course Textbook:
 None
Grading:
Time on Task 10%Lessons30%Projects 30%Quizzes 10%Final Project20%
Grading Scale:
A93 100B82 92C70 81D60 69F0 59
Class Goals:
1.Be on time2.Stay on tas3.Respect each other 4.Respect the equipment
 
Computer Lab Rules
1.No food or drinks in the lab.2.The chairs in the lab are not toys; please refrain from racing them around the room.3.All students will speak in a soft tone as to not disturb others.4.One student per computer, no sharing unless permission is given.5.No PC or online games allowed in the computer lab unless otherwise stated by Mr. Bartz6.N0 instant messaging, online chat rooms, or social networking sites allowed in the lab.7.Printers are to be used for school work only. If you need to print something, get permission first from Mr. Bartz.8.Students are not allowed to change seats unless given permission.9.All students are to keep their area clean.10.Students are to log off before leaving class.11.
If your computer is not working or something is missing from your workstation letMr. Bartz know immediately!Attendance / Class Participation / Time on Task 
Daily attendance in this course is essential as most of the assignments will be completed in class.Absences will result in students falling behind in daily work. Each student will have theopportunity through attendance and class participation to earn up to 20 class participation points per week. Poor attendance, disruptions in class, not participating in class discussions, and behavioral problems can lower this grade and will affect your overall score for this course. Aslong as you are willing to put a reasonable amount of effort in the course, you should have no problem doing well.
Make Up Work / Late Work 
If you are absent please bring your admit slip to Mr. Bartz
before
class starts on the day youreturn to school. The policy for make up work will follow the school guidelines detailed in thestudent handbook unless otherwise stated by the teacher (ex. Projects taking more than a week tocomplete). It is the
responsibility of the student
to check for any missing assignments whenthey return to school. Class time will rarely be given to students who need to make up missingassignments. Students should plan on making up those assignments before / after school, duringlunch, or during their study hall. Late work will
not
 be accepted.
Hall Passes
Each student will be given 3 hall passes per nine weeks to use to go to their lockers, therestroom, drinking fountain, etc. Bonus points will be awarded for unused passes at the end of the nine weeks.
Saving / Turning in Assignments
All work should be saved on the students Z:/ drive in the appropriate Computer Applicationsclass folder. The computers in the lab are periodically “cleaned out” to optimize performance

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