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Intro to Computer Apps II (Spr 24)

Grades 7 - 12
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Course Schedule
Class Follows Upper Spring Only Schedule
Dates: 2024-01-09 to 2024-05-14
Tuition: $125 / Semester
Supplies: $0
Expectations and Homework
Each student will be expected to bring a laptop computer, Chromebook, or a Windows or Mac tablet with a keyboard to each class. An iPad or Android tablet will be very limited in function and are not recommended. We will be using (free) Apps from Microsoft, Google and other sources.
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About the Course
Intro to Computer Apps II (Spr 24)

The goal of "Introduction to Computer Applications II" will be for students to develop intermediate skills needed for completing school or work assignments using their computer. Specifically, each student will use free applications such as those from Google. Assignments will include a more in-depth look into creating formal papers, using spreadsheets to analyse data, and creating professional slide presentations. There will also be some basic programming, editing web pages, and more advanced editing of image and video files. Grades will be awarded based on the timely completion of assignments and class participation.

This course counts for 1 credit as an elective course (4528 Digital Applications and Responsibility, IN High School Course Titles and Descriptions)

Parents who are interested in improving their computer skills may also join the class with their student at no additional cost.


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About David

Dave was raised on a farm in the Lanesville area and graduated from Lanesville High School in 1978. He then served for 24 years in the US Air Force where he was as an instructor radar operator during most of his career. This included four years in a formal role as Technical Instructor and instructor supervisor at the Air Force's radar operator school. He has also led, developed and taught adult and young adult group Bible studies over the past 30 years.

Dave began using and programming personal computers in 1980. In addition to developing several applications for Apple computers, he developed and coded several computer applications used by Air Force units in the 1990's and 2000's. He is currently the lead programmer and troubleshooter for the Exponent Content Management System (CMS) software application (www.exponentcms.org) which is used to create and manage many public and e-commerce web sites around the world. He is also a free-lance programmer for Todd's IT (toddsit.com), specifically programming and updating an online equipment parts web site (store.germanbliss.com). Additionally, Dave has created and manages web sites for several local non-profit organizations including this one.

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