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We begin with an essential question: "What can we achieve online that we cannot achieve as well or as fully in a more traditional classroom?" As we begin to develop this site for educators and students, our focus will be on improving student success. Moodle is not really the focus of this approach; however, is it a powerful tool enabling us to achieve our goals with students.

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    The goal of this course is to expand the student’s computer literacy with a focus on future career exploration. This course uses Windows® based computers to explore the concepts of icrosoft
    Office®. Students will enhance skills in word processing (Word®), spreadsheets (Excel®), database applications (Access®) and slide presentations (PowerPoint®). Students will also be exposed to the
    use of the Internet, with a research focus on career exploration. Course emphasis includes the creation, layout and printing of professional - looking documents. The skills acquired in this course will provide students with a solid foundation in computers, and the usage of the Internet as a research tool to
    investigate colleges and careers.

    This course will expose students to a variety of fields in Business studies. Students will be introduced to entrepreneurship (how to develop a business plan), management (including organizational structure and how to motivate and train employees) and marketing (creating, pricing, promoting and distributing goods or services.) Students in this course will be responsible for the day-to-day operations of a school-based enterprise. This course will give the student the foundation and decision-making skills to be successful in all aspects of business.

    The Art History course is a comprehensive approach to art designed to introduce students to an historical and intellectual survey of Western art, studies of non-Western art, as well as an introduction to art appreciation. The course focuses on painting, sculpture and architecture from the Paleolithic to the Modern period as presented in terms of history, style, meaning and social context. Students will discover how the visual arts serve to shape and reflect ideas, issues, and themes recorded through human experience. Additionally, students will engage in studio activities throughout the course to connect historical and artistic content. Students will be required to digitally post their work and participate in discussions.