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Welcome to Mr. Nabors online Classes. Please select your class from the above list of classes , then click on the "Go to the Class button". All of my classes have online videos, online syllabus, and assignments available for the semester. 



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NOTE: Mr. Ryen Hirata will be teaching the Online Education 10 class this semester.  



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 Information Systems 12 - Computer Literacy
Class Email: is12@naborshood.net

Link to IS 12 Basic introduction to computers and their usage. Basic principles of hardware and software; shopping for a personal computer; social issues associated with the role of computers in the world today; and an introduction to word processing, spreadsheets, Internet principles and usage. (Not for Business Majors - Business Majors need to take Information Systems 15)

In the process of completing this course, students will:
  1. understand the computer’s potential, its strengths and limitations.
  2. recognize the functional elements of the hardware and know how to use the basic elements of the Windows operating system and selected utility programs.
  3. skillfully use three general applications—word processing, spreadsheet, and presentation
  4. identify the major contributors and developments of the microcomputer.
  5. explore privacy and legal issues
  6. demonstrate how to use email and the Internet

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 Information Systems 15 - Computer Concepts
Class Email: is15@naborshood.net

Link to IS 15 This course provides an introduction to computer and information systems concepts and terminology, an overview of hardware, and software (systems and applications including word processing, spreadsheet, database, presentation and programming), the history of the microcomputer, privacy and legal issues, and telecommunications (email and Internet). A grade of "C" or better in this course fulfills the computer familiarity requirement.


In the process of completing this course, students will:
  1. understand the computer’s potential, its strengths and limitations.
  2. recognize the functional elements of the hardware and know how to use the basic elements of the Windows operating system and selected utility programs
  3. skillfully use four general applications—word processing, spreadsheet, database, and presentation
  4. identify the major contributors and developments of the microcomputer
  5. explore privacy and legal issues
  6. demonstrate how to use email and the Internet – Explorer and Netscape.
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 Information Systems 16 - Word Processing

Class Email: is16@naborshood.net

Link to IS 16 This course provides an introduction to word processing for the business manager. This course will include creating, editing, formatting, saving and printing documents. A number of advanced topics will be introduced. This course includes a survey of current word processing applications. The student is expected to complete assignments in the computer laboratory outside of class.


Upon completion of this course, students will be able to:
  1. Apply basic word processing formatting features to create and edit a document(s).
  2. Demonstrate basic word processing features to save and print documents.
  3. Create a research paper, multiple page reports, resume, and newsletters that includes graphics.
  4. Create a print merge, or mail merge in a word processing document(s).

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 Information Systems 18 - Spreadsheet Fundamentals
Class Email: is18@naborshood.net

Link to IS 12This course provides an introduction to spreadsheet fundamentals for the business manager. This course will cover creating and formatting worksheets, using formulas and functions, and creating graphs using a spreadsheet. The student is expected to complete assignments in the computer laboratory outside of class.


Upon completion of this course, students will be able to:
  1. Apply spreadsheet formatting features to create and edit multiple worksheet and workbook documents.
  2. Utilize spreadsheet features to sort, query, save, and print documents.
  3. Create a sales report or budget, including chart graphic(s) to represent data.
  4. Incorporate advanced formatting and functions into a spreadsheet.

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 Information Systems 40a - Internet Concepts & Design

  Class Email: is40a@naborshood.net

Link to IS 40aThis course provides a hands-on introduction to the Internet and World Wide Web, including the use of email, Usenet newsgroups, Gopher, FTP, and Telnet. The course includes the hypertext markup language (HTML), the use of web page editors, creating Web pages, hardware and software setup requirements, the use of the Internet for research and business, ethical and security issues.

Upon completion of this course, students will be able to:
  1. differentiate between network, the Internet and the World Wide Web
  2. connect computer hardware to the Internet.
  3. browse to access web sites
  4. create and send email.
  5. perform topic searches on the Internet.
  6. differentiate the types of activities on the Internet.
  7. recognize the components of a web site.
  8. recognize the coding formats in web page design.
  9. create a web site using HTML.
  10. create a web site using a web editor.
  11. evaluate web sites for any ethical concerns
  12. recognize basic security concerns with creating a web site.

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 Information Systems 40b - Advanced Internet Concepts & Design

Class Email: is40b@naborshood.net

Link to IS 40bThis course provides a hands-on exploration in cutting edge HTML techniques needed to enhance web pages with frames, targets, columns, image maps, and META tags. The course will review the roles of the latest technologies such as ASP, JavaScript, and Java. Students will create HTML forms, write ASP web pages for interactivity, and process information submitted via form.

Upon completion of this course, students will be able to:
  1. create a multiple page web site.
  2. create a web page using tables for content formatting
  3. apply image maps and attached JavaScript to create interactive links.
  4. prepare different types of image format for web delivery.
  5. create a web page using frames in HTML and create navigation within frames
  6. prepare code that targets browser windows with hyper links when creating HTML pages
  7. create a dynamic web page form that utilizes JavaScript
  8. create an interactive form for email submission.

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 Information Systems 42a - Business & Web Graphics

  Class Email: is42a@naborshood.net

Link to IS 42aThis course provides an introduction to graphic editing software for web design and business. The course will include the creation of graphics from scratch; edit existing images, image compression and color reduction techniques. The course will also cover web and presentational page layout techniques, and HTML integration within graphic design.

Upon completion of this course, students will be able to:
  1. create images in different graphic file formats
  2. perform effective image editing techniques
  3. perform compression styles and color reduction techniques for minimizing file sizes in logo and webpage design
  4. apply optimization techniques in presentations, logo, and Web site creation
  5. create animated gif format images and manage file size reduction
  6. create transparent images with smooth anti-alias edges.
  7. solve problems and make informed decisions as it applies to graphic arts and business world
  8. apply key theories in the global E-business market

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 Information Systems 42b - Flash Designs

Class Email: is42b@naborshood.net

Link to IS 42bIntroduction to the basics of Flash. The focus of this course will introduce the basic tools featured in Flash; animating and creating graphics, exporting information, animation, scripting, as well as learning how to create an interactive interface.

Upon completion of this course, students will be able to:
  1. create graphic materials in Flash
  2. create working interactivity
  3. create animation and special effects.
  4. prepare and publish movies
  5. import graphics and modify graphics
  6. create and add sounds to Flash projects
  7. maintain positive attitudes toward the use of technology that support lifelong learning, collaboration, personal pursuits, and productivity
  8. apply a variety of media and formats to communicate information and ideas effectively to multiple audiences.
  9. solve problems and make informed decisions using Flash
  10. apply the ethical, cultural, and societal issues related to technology

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 Education 10 - Introduction to Teaching

Class Email: Ed10@naborshood.net

Link to Education 10This course surveys the teaching profession including: historical, philosophical, political, and financial influences; pathways to becoming a teacher; curriculum and standards; classroom instruction, assessment, and management; and teaching multicultural/multilingual and special needs students. Forty Five hours of classroom observations required.

Upon completion of this course, students will be able to:
  1. defines the demands and expectations of classroom teaching, (b) curriculum and standards, (c) general school operations, (d) current issues and best practices affecting teachers and, (e) basic concepts of public education
  2. practice personal sensitivity to the cultural and linguistic diversity of students and apply teaching methods that best suit the needs of the students
  3. apply theories in present trends in education
  4. Explain the California credential requirements (admission, completion, and continuing education requirements
  5. Identifying one’s beliefs and assumptions about experiences with teachers and teaching (Pre-K-18)

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