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Mobile Application Development Level 2 is a second semester course focusing on computer science principles with an emphasis on developing mobile applications. 

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.

Computerized Business Applications is a two-semester course designed to prepare students with an introduction to business applications that are necessary to live and work in a technological society. Emphasis is given to hardware, concepts, and business uses of applications. The business applications covered are word processing, database, spreadsheet, telecommunications, presentation, and Web page design.

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. 

Family and Consumer Science is designed to provide students with basic information and skills needed to function effectively within the family and within a changing, complex society. Emphasis is given to the development of competencies related to Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America; individual and family relationships; housing and interior design; wardrobe planning and selection; garment care and construction; the physical, emotional, social and intellectual development of children; nutrition and food selection; healthy lifestyle choices; meal planning, preparation and service; home management; money management; the application of current technology in the home and workplace. Upon completion of this course, the student should have developed life skills that promote a positive influence on the quality of life. 

Career Development is a one semester course for grades 7-8 designed to teach career development through research and understanding of self and the world of work for college and career readiness. Career research and decision-making with education and training plans for exploration and development will be core standards. Students will be knowledgeable of career options, and the personal skills, aptitudes, and employer expectations of future careers of choice. Students will identify personal traits and characteristics for a better understanding of self in their pursuit of finding a meaningful, fulfilling and rewarding career. Through better recognition and understanding of personal interests, values, aptitudes and abilities students can assess how they relate to the world of work in order to acquire the skills necessary for appropriate placement in the workforce.

Career Development is a one semester course for grades 7-8 designed to teach career development through research and understanding of self and the world of work for college and career readiness. Career research and decision-making with education and training plans for exploration and development will be core standards. Students will be knowledgeable of career options, and the personal skills, aptitudes, and employer expectations of future careers of choice. Students will identify personal traits and characteristics for a better understanding of self in their pursuit of finding a meaningful, fulfilling and rewarding career. Through better recognition and understanding of personal interests, values, aptitudes and abilities students can assess how they relate to the world of work in order to acquire the skills necessary for appropriate placement in the workforce.