CTE/ROP - Career Technical Education/ Carreras Tecnicas Educativas
The Cisco Networking Academy is a partnership between Cisco, education, business, government, and community organizations around the world. The academy curriculum centers on teaching students to design, build, and maintain computer networks. The Program prepares students for the 21st Century workplace, while serving as a valuable model for e-learning.
- CompTIA A+ Certification
- Cisco CCENT Certification
- UC A-G approved
- CyberPatriot Competition
Instructor: Carlos Renteria
Web Design-XHTML, HTML5, CSS
*Earn 3.5 College Credit through Mt. Sac. A-G College-Prep. Elective
Earn 3.5 Units Through Mt. Sac. CISW 15 Web Site Development by earning a C or better for both semesters and at least a C on the final project.Learn to code your own Web Page, create a links, create tables, create forms, insert heading levels, insert ordered and unordered lists, insert videos, all within a web page. Learn to utilize CSS (cascading style sheets). Learn to validate a web page.This course is Articulated through Mt. Sac. Agreement #1819088CISW This course is UC a-g compliant
Instructor: Mr. Coyer
Instructor: Mr. West
Early Childhood Education
*A-G College-Prep Elective
This concentrator course prepares students to understand children’s physical, mental, emotional, and social growth. Instructions include pregnancy, theorists, parenting, family units, child abuse and neglect, and children with special needs. This course provides a solid foundation for any career that involves working with children including child care and education. Students who successfully achieve the competencies taught in this program may advance to the Early Childhood Education level 2.
Instructor: Ms. Marquez
Students learn the equipment and techniques used in capturing digital video for use in product demonstration and promotion. Camera settings, lighting methodologies, audio recording, and computer software used in the editing process are demonstrated and applied. Storyboards, writing scripts, marking scripts, shooting scripts, and cinematographic techniques are employed.
Instructor: Mr. Appleby