Instructor: Mrs. Lynette Nel
Phone Number: (903) 668-5990 ext. 4078
Computer Lab H119
Students will analyze and assess current and emerging technologies, while designing and creating multimedia projects that address customer needs and resolve a problem. Students will implement personal and interpersonal skills to prepare for a rapidly evolving workplace environment. The knowledge and skills acquired and practiced will enable students to successfully perform and interact in a technology-driven society. Students will enhance reading, writing, computing, communication, and critical thinking and apply them to the information technology (IT) environment.
- The student demonstrates professional standards/employability skills as required by business and industry.
- Identify employment opportunities in the information technology field with a focus in the area of digital media.
- Use emerging technologies to exchange and gather information and resources.
- Able to comply with standard practices that meet legal & ethical responsibilities.
- Analyze and apply design and layout principles in digital media.
- Design and create digital graphics.
- Demonstrate appropriate use of digital photography equipment, digital graphics, video equipment, audio equipment, and animation.
- Uses appropriate project management in the creation of digital media projects.
- Deploy digital media into print, web-based, and video products.
A 90-100 Exceeds Expectation
B 80-89 Meets business standards and expectation
C 70-79 Passing grade but does not meet some standards
F Below 70 Failing, does not meet minimum standard
- Intro to Illustrator: Vectors, Rasterizing on different projects
- Intro to Photoshop: Various activities using Photoshop tools
- Intermediate Photoshop: Learning to build layers and grouping
- Advanced Photoshop: Use different effects on photos, create Short Film
- Intro. To Premiere: Learn tools to create documentaries, etc.
- Software Technical Skills: Video & Audio combined into film
- Intro to After Effects: Learn how to animate text, use special effects and filters
Keeping in line with CTE Dept policy,
Business and Technology Team will uphold the following:
CTE Dept Grading Policies
Students are responsible for obtaining all missed work and for coordinating a due date with teacher. Zeros are not acceptable.
On-time = 100% available
Late (assignment turned in anytime after due date in a 9 week grading period) = 70% available (highest grade possible)
**failure to turn in late/missing assignments before the end of a 9 week grading period will result in a zero remaining in the gradebook
First attempt = 100% available
Retest = 70% available
**only ONE re-test is allowed during each 9 week grading period; re-test should be completed within one week. STUDENT IS RESPONSIBLE to schedule time to re-test with the teacher
On-time = 100% available
Late (turn in anytime in 9 weeks) = 80% available
**late projects will be completed outside of class time (homework/tutorials)
IMPORTANT: any zeros remaining in the gradebook result in student losing FINAL exam exemption despite good grade/attendance