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The purpose of the Survey of Business course is to develop foundational skills in software applications pertinent to education and careers. 

Students enrolled in Computer Science Principles will explore, apply, and move toward mastery in skills and concepts related to Computational Thinking and Problem Solving; Data and Information; Algorithms and Programs; Computers and Communications; and Community, Global, and Ethical Impacts.

This is a two-semester project-based course that enhances technology skills, job search and employability skills along with communication skills. Students will create an online electronic career portfolio focused on an individual career path, create social media and viral marketing campaigns, participate in video conferencing, cloud-based collaboration, and learn and practice other workplace related communication technologies and channels. Students will apply verbal and non verbal communication skills related to both spoken and written communications; technology will be used to enhance these skills. Productivity programs and apps will be used to teach time management, organization and collaboration skills, cloud storage and computing. Students will also create career-related documents according to professional layout and design principles, and will also learn the photo and video editing skills needed to create promotional and informational business communications and viral marketing campaigns.

Technology Communications is a course that continues to develop the technology skills learned in the 5th grade. Word processing skills will be expanded as well as the introduction to basic spreadsheet functions and manipulation. 

The purpose of this course is to prepare students for the technology components of the Common Core State Standards adopted by the state of Arkansas. This course is designed to be taught in a computer lab or mobile lab setting. 

Technology Communications is a course that continues to develop the technology skills learned in the 5th grade. Word processing skills will be expanded as well as the introduction to basic spreadsheet functions and manipulation. 

The purpose of this course is to prepare students for the technology components of the Common Core State Standards adopted by the state of Arkansas. This course is designed to be taught in a computer lab or mobile lab setting. 

This course is designed to prepare students for the transition into 9th grade. This course is the culmination of skills mastered beginning in the 5th grade, while adding database and electronic presentation skills. 

The purpose of this course is to meet the technology requirements outlined in the Common Core State Standards adopted by Arkansas. This course is designed to be taught in a computer lab or mobile lab setting. 

Technology Communications is a course that continues to develop the technology skills learned in the 5th grade. Word processing skills will be expanded as well as the introduction to basic spreadsheet functions and manipulation. 

The purpose of this course is to prepare students for the technology components of the Common Core State Standards adopted by the state of Arkansas. This course is designed to be taught in a computer lab or mobile lab setting. 

This course is designed to prepare students for the transition into 9th grade. This course is the culmination of skills mastered beginning in the 5th grade, while adding database and electronic presentation skills. 

The purpose of this course is to meet the technology requirements outlined in the Common Core State Standards adopted by Arkansas. This course is designed to be taught in a computer lab or mobile lab setting. 

Introduction to Business Communications and Technology is the first semester of a two-semester foundation sequence designed to provide students with the necessary foundation skills to be successful in a technology enriched world. Word processing skills will be expanded as well as the introduction to basic spreadsheet functions and manipulation. The minimum required amount of time to teach this course is sixty clock hours or one semester.