Brownwood * Sweetwater * Abilene * Breckenridge"I believe that the teachers place and work in the school is to be interpreted from thissame basis. The teacher is not in the school to impose certain ideas or to form certainhabits in the child, but is there as a member of the community to select the influenceswhich shall affect the child and to assist him in properly responding to these influences."-John Dewey
A multiple deliver system Student placement into the right programs with Career Services Open lab Classroom Concept Updating and technical evaluation of our hardware and software applications Programs for job placement with Career Cornerstone
Online ( Illuminate, Discussion Forums, Videos, Wikis) Hybrid ( Open Class room, Smart boards) Face to Face (Project Based)
Resume help Cover letter writing Student placement information Job interview tips Labor market information Professionalism Wage data techniques Employer Spotlights Job search skills Classroom presentations Negotiation skills Custom services Career counseling And much more!
Projectors White boards Smart boards Students I phonesor smart phones
1.) Get them TSI met/College Ready, 2.) Provide some type of career placement information for prospects who may not know what career path/program they desire for their future success and 3.) Provide some basic computer skills for any and all who need it.
“Texas classrooms are being transformed with newinstructional practices for teachers and new learningenvironments for students.”-National Education Plan
“Technology can be a greataddition to the classroom, italso can be a source offrustration for both the teacherand the student. Unless the •Software Trainingteacher is well trained intechnology and can support the •Content Management Systemhardware in the classroom, a •Video Training Supporttechnology expert will beneeded to troubleshoot •Moodle and Google Trainingproblems,” (eHow 2012).
Windows 2000, NT, XP or higher;Hardware: 256 MB RAM, CD-ROM, and 1 GB freedisk space;Productivity Software: Microsoft Word,PowerPoint, Excel, and Adobe Acrobat;Web Browser: Firefox, Netscape 6 or higher,Internet Explorer 7.0 or higher, Safari;Networking: 56k dialup modem, DSL, or cablemodem;
All Students can be top achievers including life-long learners. Students need to be able to always look for the new and updated skills and ideas in the 21 century. If students are not learning thenthey’re not growing and not moving toward a life of excellence.
ReferenceseHow (2012) The Disadvantages of Technology in Classroom: Demand Media, Inchttp://www.ehow.com/about_5435887_disadvantages-technology-classroom.htmlKlopfer E., Osterweil S., Groff J., Haas J., (2009), Using the technology of today:The Instructional Power of digital games, social networking stimulations and howteachers can leverage them in the classroom today: The Education Arcade,Massachusetts Institute of Technology http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0http://education.mit.edu/papers/GamesSimsSocNets_EdArcade.pdfTexas Education Agency (TEA) (2007-2011) Progress report of the long range planhttp://www.tea.state.tx.us/index2.aspx?id=5082&menu_id=21474836