The students will begin a project on Monday that covers our unit on Data Representation. The students will work individually or in small groups on a choice topic to cover the required content, skills and vocabulary. There will be a number conversions quiz on Friday, November 16th. The unit test will be on Friday, November 30th.
Choice Board Project for Data Representation
Monday: Last class period to work on eCard/Game project.
Tuesday: No school - TWD
Wednesday: Projects should be submitted to Google Classroom before coming to class. We will have a gallery walk, feedback and individual conferences with Mrs. Whitlock. There will be visitors from GA Tech to try out our games/ecards as well.
Thursday: Introduction to binary numbering system
Friday: Flex day. PTSA has special events planned for all 10th and 11th graders during 6th and 7th periods.
eCard/Game project description and scoring rubric
Students will begin a week long, independent major project. They will have all class periods this week to work on this project. It will be due on Monday, November 5th.
Project description and grading rubric will be posted here on Monday.
Monday: Quiz on Cybersecurity vocabulary
Tuesday - Thursday: We will start a small programming unit using a block based languge from UC Berkeley. Each student will work through Labs 1 - 3 at his/her own pace. Mrs. Whitlock will check off completed labs in class. Once the three labs are completed, students will be given a larger programming project. Details released when the labs are completed.
Friday: Live Coding Quiz: Students will be asked to complete a live coding task in class that will incorporate coding skills from Labs 1 - 3.
Monday: Intro to cybersecurity threats and students begin cybersecurity project.
Tuesday: Team project on Business client recruitment should be uploaded to the team websites by the beginning of class. Remaining time to work on cybersecurity project.
Wednesday: Cybersecurity projects should be submitted via Google Classroom by the beginning of class. Class presentations
Thursday: Certificate Agencies & Trust Model assignment in class
Friday: Quiz on Cybersecurity
Vocab for quiz
Cybersecurity project grading rubric
We have an unusual schedule this week...
Monday: No school. Enjoy!
Tuesday: Students will take the 30 sec musical intro that they developed last week for the business client and turn that into a recruitment digital artifact for the company. Details are on the lesson plans.
Wednesday: PSAT day. Students will be dismissed at 12:30
Thursday and Friday: I am in a county meeting both days. Students will be working on a cybersecurity & cryptography packet in class.
Monday: We will begin a business client challenge using the research that was done in class last Friday.
Tuesday & Wednesday: Class time to work on client challenge. Due on Wednesday @ 11:59 pm
Thursday: Begin team challenge #2 (uses business research & client challenge.
Friday: NO SCHOOL! Teacher Work Day
Business Client Challenge Description
Business Client Challenge scoring rubric
Monday: Chapter 15 test
Tuesday: Programming again!! Woo hoo! We will go through lessons 1 & 2 in EarSketch.
Wednesday: Lessons 3 & 4 in EarSketch.
Thursday: Return tests. Reformulate teams if needed. Continue with EarSketch/Python.
Friday: I will be out of the building for a workshop. Student teams will work on a business research assignment.
Monday: Vocab quiz on Chapter 15. I will also give students the study guide assignment for the upcoming test on Monday, September 24th.
Tuesday: Class activity on OSI layers
Wed & Thursday: Demos & class activities covering DNS, IP addresses, Ping, traceroute, etc.
Friday: Review day for the test. Students should come to class with the study guide completed and questions/topics that they would like to discuss.
I will be at a conference Monday - Wednesday. The students will have several Internet assignments to work on while I am gone. All assignments can be found on my lesson plans and will be posted on Google Classroom on Monday morning.
Thursday will be a discussion of the packet switching concepts and Internet fundamentals relating to their assignments. On Friday, we will participate in a packet switching activity in class.