Instructor: Mr. Rodin
Updated on: 9/3/2020
- Basic Input/Output
- Linear Constructs
- Looping Constructs
- Decision Constructs
- Composition Notebook
- Pen or Pencil
- All students have a right to an education in an environment that is conducive to learning.
- Along with any rights comes responsibilities.
- I will do my best to respect your rights - but I ask that you act responsibly.
- If you do things in the appropriate time, place, and manner - you will probably be okay.
Procedures are a part of life. We follow procedures for getting ready for school, looking up information on the web or visiting the doctor's office. The reason that we have procedures in life is so that people can function in society knowing the acceptable and efficient way other people do things.
There are procedures in this classroom. These procedures establish our classroom culture.
When class starts:
- You should be logged in and attending meeting.
- You should be aware of lesson for the day.
- Clear any distractions from your area.
- Have note taking supplies ready.
- Be ready to learn!!!
If you are late:
- If you are late for any reason, quietly join the meeting.
- Check with teacher or another student about what you missed (after lesson is complete).
- You are still responsible for information you missed.
- When an assignment is given, the criteria represent the minimum requirements for the assignment.
- Students are encouraged to take the assignment and go "above and beyond".
- Students should follow the Google 70-20-10 rule when working on their assignments.
- To recieve maximum points, students will need to show a little extra above the assignment.
- If an assignment is not in the submissions folder when I grade them the assignment will be considered late.
- Assignments will not be accepted after the deadline.
- As long as assignments are turned in on time, the student may redo the assignment for more points at any point in the grading period.
- We take plagiarism very seriously.
- Please make sure that you understand what constitutes plagarism.
- Students will be held accountable for producing their own work and documenting others’ properly.
- By turning in code, you are saying that you wrote this code.
- The Sprague staff believes in supporting the safe and responsible use of all online and digital technologies for teaching and learning.
- During this period of distance learning, all students are responsible for continuing to practice positive digital citizenship by protecting and respecting their peers and teachers.
- We all must understand, practice, and model positive and productive behaviors when we are online.
- Because a remote learning environment is still a classroom, school behavior norms and rules are to be followed just as expected in the regular educational setting/classroom.
- Recording of classroom instruction, small groups, and one-on-one instruction shall not be used to haze, harass, intimidate, bully, menace, or cyberbully another individual.
- This is in violation of board policy INS – A003. In addition, students and guardians shall not share any recording with others directly or via social media.
- Students at Sprague are expected to follow all dress code rules located in their Student Handbook.
- Please make sure you are dressed appropriately for class. (even remote sessions)
Finding out your grades:
- I will do my best to updated grades every couple of weeks (depending on projects turned in).
- Grades will also be available on Student Vue/Parent Vue & Canvas.
- Grades will consist of assignments and projects.
- Grades will be established by adding the total points of work done as a part of this class using these criteria. All points will be added and percentage found.
|A||90%-100% (of possible points)|
Computer classes offer all students the unique opportunity to work beyond the assignment. Students are encouraged to utilize the many features of computer software and their own creative abilities to enhance the curriculum to meet their needs.
Below is a list of differentiation strategies that may be used.
- Multiple Intelligences
- Independent Study/Project
- Tiered Assignments
- Critical Thinking
- Assignment Modification
As we begin a new school year, it is my hope that ALL students will successfully complete this course. Students will be challenged to think and grow. They may need your support and help at home. Read over the class expectations for this class with your son/daughter. You don't have to be an expert, or even know how to solve the problems – you are not taking the class. Please check in with them to make sure they are doing well in class and staying on top of their assignments.
If you ever have questions, feel free to email (email@example.com) or call and I will try to get back to you within two school days.
Take some time, go over the expectations and set some goals with your child. I hope this will be a great year for all of us.