Jesus Cruz-Rodriguez is a 7th grader in our 4th period class. He has finished all 20 Microtype lessons
The Hour of Code is an opportunity for students to try their skills at Computer Science. Students learn how to program using a visual programming language called Blockly. Students realize that programming is not scary or intimidating....It's a lot of FUN!!!
Our seventh grade students in Careers and Business and Computer Science took the Interest Profiler Assessment in Georgia Career Information System (GCIS). This assessment matched careers to students' top interest areas. They chose a career from the list to research. and they created a diagram about the Career Cluster and Pathways associated with the career.
As part of the Marketing Research project, eighth grade students chose a product to develop and market to a select group of people. They designed the product using Paint or shapes and objects in Mircrosoft Word. Students create a unique business name as well as a logo and a slogan for their business. You will be SURPRISED by the talent and creativity of these students!!!
Students let their imaginations sore using the Paint program. They use a variety of shapes, brushes, and fill colors to create pictures in honor of the Fall season as well as other pictures that are meaning full to them. Click on each flip book to view student work. You will be surprised!!
Students use Smart Art Diagrams and Clip Art Pictures to illustrate understanding of concepts.
Students use the Tellagami App as an additional tool to enhance their vocabulary knowledge and comprehension on Non-Traditional Careers.
7th Grade Imaginary Businesses
As part of the 7th grade Introduction to Business project, students generate possible ideas for an
imaginary business. Students illustrate their imaginary business through the use of the Tellagami App and a PowerPoint presentation. The PowerPoint presentation is converted to a movie.
Students learn how to create "customized" business cards using Microsoft Word.
Entrepreneur Power Point Projects
As part of the "On Your Own" project, 8th grade students researched an entrepreneur of their choice. Using internet research, they decided the topics for each slide and created a powerpoint presentation. Students also used the Tellagami App to illustrate what they learned about their Entrepreneur.
Using internet research, students learn the basics of Entrepreneurship
Students in Business and Computer Science and Careers learn the importance of work ethics.
Groups of students used the Puppet Pals App to create animated cartoons about Work Ethics. This is a great app that allows students to be creative and fully engaged with the content they are learning.