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Day 1: Monday, June 5

Welcome, Introductions, Campus Orientation Tour

Computer Lab Session 1

Computer Lab Session 2

Computer Lab Session 3

Day 2: Tuesday, June 6

Computer Lab Session 1

  • Creating a Simple Text-Only Webpage (handout 1)
    (emphasis on reading and following step-by-step directions)

Computer Lab Session 2

Computer Lab Session 3

Day 3: Wednesday, June 7

Computer Lab Session 1

  • Adding Tables to Your Webpage
    (emphasis on working with pixels & percents to set table dimensions)

Computer Lab Session 2

Computer Lab Session 3

  • Exploring HTML - what's going on behind the scenes...
    (emphasis on logical thinking / problem solving)
  • web color schemes - experimenting with hexadecimal numbers
    (emphasis on practical application of number theory)
  • Online Math Websites
    (emphasis on problem-solving skills)

Day 4: Thursday, June 8

Computer Lab Session 1

Computer Lab Session 2

  • Creating and manipulating graphics using Image Composer
    (emphasis on the mathematics related to web graphics)

Computer Lab Session 3

  • Exploring Online Reference Websites
    (emphasis on math-related reference sources - currency converters, calendars, maps, distance calculators, population growth simulators, etc.)

Day 5: Friday, June 9

Computer Lab Session 1

Computer Lab Session 2

  • Continuing work on personal Junior University Website -
    digital art gallery / personal research links / Project 1 webpage
  • publishing on the intranet / Junior University Website

Computer Lab Session 3

Day 6: Monday, June 12

Computer Lab Session 1

Computer Lab Session 2

Computer Lab Session 3

Day 7: Tuesday, June 13

Computer Lab Session 1

  • PowerPoint Draw Tools - creating geometric drawings
    (emphasis on geometry vocabulary and concepts)
  • converting PowerPoint graphics to webpage graphics formats

Computer Lab Session 2

Computer Lab Session 3

Day 8: Wednesday, June 14

Computer Lab Session 1

  • Introduction to PowerPoint Chart tools
    (emphasis on creating spreadsheets and graphs using student-generated data)
  • Converting PowerPoint generated spreadsheets and graphs into webpage graphics formats

Computer Lab Session 2

Computer Lab Session 3

Day 9: Thursday, June 15

Computer Lab Session 1

  • Advanced Formatting of PowerPoint Presentations - transitions, animations, preset and customized backgrounds, clipart, etc.
    (emphasis on logical thinking and problem-solving)

Computer Lab Session 2

Computer Lab Session 3

  • Creating animated graphics using GIF Animator
    (emphasis on the mathematics related to animation - transitions, transformations, timing sequences, etc.)

Day 10: Friday, June 16

Computer Lab Session 1

Computer Lab Session 2

  • Completing personal Junior University websites
  • Publishing to the intranet / internet

Computer Lab Session 3

  • Presentation of personal Junior University websites and PowerPoint Presentations to the fellow course participants, parents and FPU and FUSD District Representatives
  • "Graduation" Ceremony in the FPU Amphitheater

Day 11: Monday, June 19 Optional Enrichment Day

Day 12: Tuesday, June 20 Debrief and Evaluate Session 1 | Plan Session 2

 

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