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Worksheet about email. Email basics. Email etiquette. Email safety. Answer key is within the document, the answers are in white font.
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Worksheet on the core rules of Netiquette. Worksheet goes along with article online. The link is in the instructions on the document. Answer key is within the document, the answers are in white font.
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Worksheet based on GCFLearnFree's web page on avoiding plagiarism. The answers to each question are in white font after each question.
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We all know we need to stay safe while using the Internet, but we may not know just how to do that. In the past, Internet safety was mostly about protecting your computer from viruses. But today, the Internet's vast reach, constantly changing
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Once your resume has gotten an employer's interest, you may be contacted for an interview. If you are feeling overwhelmed, don't worry! Everyone is nervous about job interviews. Understanding what interviews are all about, how the various interview
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Information security is the practice of defending information from unauthorized access, use, disclosure, disruption, modification, perusal, inspection, recording or destruction. It is a general term that can be used regardless of the form the data
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Very thurough worksheet on understanding the basics of safety in the workplace. The answer key is embedded with the worksheet (the answers to the worksheet are actually just in white text so that when it is printed, it is not seen.)
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This worksheet has a link to PowerPoint Presentation on Digital Literacy. The worksheet is a step-by-step through the presentation. Best used in a computer lab or assigned for homework. Answer key is within the document, the answers are in white
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Construction clip art set in color and black and white. Includes images of a safety cone, diamond shaped sign, tractor, bull dozer, dump truck, and crane
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This worksheet goes along with a website provided by Microsoft about managing your online reputation. By following the steps on the website, students can better understand how what they post about themselves as well as others can follow them
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This worksheet has a link to the GCFLearnFree website and the article on Business Etiquette and Job Success. The worksheet is a step-by-step through the entire article. Best used in a computer lab or assigned for homework. Answer key is within the
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This worksheet has a link to the GCFLearnFree website on Computer Safety and Maintenance. The worksheet is a step-by-step through the presentation. Best used in a computer lab or assigned for homework. Answer key is within the document, the answers
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Knowing that you have an interview coming up can be stressful. But if you use the time before your interview to prepare yourself, you will likely look and feel more confident during the interview. This worksheet will guide you through different ways
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This worksheet has a link to the website Mashable and the article on A Brief History of the Domain Name. The worksheet is a step-by-step through the entire article on domain names. Best used in a computer lab or assigned for homework. Answer key is
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This worksheet has a link to PowerPoint Presentation on Digital Safety and Security. The worksheet is a step-by-step through the presentation. Best used in a computer lab or assigned for homework. Answer key is within the document, the answers are
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This worksheet has a link to the GCFLearnFree website and the article on Money Management. The worksheet is a step-by-step through the entire article. Best used in a computer lab or assigned for homework. Answer key is within the document, the
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Turkeys and pumpkin clip art perfect for Thanksgiving and fall holidays!
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Take a look at the front and back of your computer case, and count the number of buttons, sockets, and slots you see. Now look at your monitor and count any that appear there. You probably counted at least 20. Each computer is different, so the
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When it comes to computer storage there's quite a bit of confusion among general users as to what it actually is. And it's not your fault; digital storage can be as messy as my desk. Included in this worksheet are the typical terms one will hear
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Career Technical Information Technology teacher since 2004.

MY TEACHING STYLE

My teaching philosophy is based on an old Chinese proverb that states, "Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day. Teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime." Teaching has been nothing less than a joy for me these past few years. My base objective as a teacher is to be sure that my students learn the fundamental content of the courses that I teach. Currently I teach courses aimed at business and computer technology. Beyond the fundamentals of business and computer technology, I want my students to develop other proficiencies such as analytical thought process and life-long learning skills. Developing problem solving strategies and helping ease the transition from an educational setting to a career world full of information technology are also goals that I have set for myself as an educator. My teaching methods may be perceived as more non-traditional than most educators. I am young and remember being in classrooms where informal lecturing was the only way that a teacher knew how to communicate the curricula. These classes, while exceptionally thorough, were utterly mundane to me and most of my classmates. "The informal lecture is primarily used when presenting information to large groups. Since communication is mostly a one-way flow, teacher to student, student participation is severely limited. Due to many situations, primarily large classes, it may be the only practical method to use." I try to never use informal lecture in my classes. If I do have to lecture, I try to incorporate as much student participation as feasible. I have been fortunate to teach students who thirst for the knowledge that I can bestow upon them about computer technology and this has helped me tremendously in engaging the class in lengthy discussion or even answering simple questions. While some educators feel that student participation is difficult to evaluate, I have found the exact opposite. A participation grade given once or twice a week right after the class usually helps me remember to think through who answered what and who brought up new topics for discussion. and even if a student only asks questions without ever giving any concrete answers, thought provoking questions are usually graded just as highly as answers; it shows that the students are thinking deeper into the topic than I have asked them to. "The formal lecture includes allowing students to be a part of the process. When the primary objective of the lesson is to have active student participation, learning is best achieved if students are allowed to participate in a friendly, relaxed atmosphere." With most of my formal lectures, I incorporate demonstration with hands-on learning throughout the lesson. This is the core of my teaching. Currently I teach the "computer classes" at my high school. It is very difficult to teach any kind of computer based curricula unless the students can follow along with a demonstration themselves. I took a visual basic programming class at Auburn University that was totally informal lecture with demonstration. Being one of the 200 students sitting in the computer-less auditorium watching my professor go through the steps to writing a simple program took much longer in this setting than it would have if we had been in a lab setting. No knowledge was gained in that class. The knowledge did not become interrelated until we were sent home to do our daily homework. Only then could we (if we were lucky) put into practice what our professor had tried so hard to explain with one computer and an LCD projector. Something my father told me long ago sums my teaching philosophy very simply. You can watch baseball all your life. You can memorize the pitches and the batting averages of all your favorite players. You can know the plays by heart. But until you pick up that bat or that ball yourself, you will never know how to play baseball. This is why I incorporate hands-on learning into most of my lessons. I want my students to know how to hit every ball that comes across that plate when they leave my classroom at the end of the term.

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MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

2005 - Athens State University, State of Alabama Teaching Certificate in Business Education 2000 - Auburn University, Bachelors of Science in Business Administration in Management Information Systems

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Certifications / Affiliations MCSE - Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (since 2001) MCP - Microsoft Certified Professional (since 1999) IC3 Certified (since 2005) IntelĀ® Master Teacher (since 2007)

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