About the Courses:
Communications Technology I & II
This is a 1-credit course that develops skills and knowledge in the use of information and communication technology. Course topics include: history of communication, graphic arts design, screen printing, digital photography, corporate & desktop publishing, radio & television production, computer graphics & imaging, wireless and satellite communications. Prerequisites: FOT A & B or POE
Foundations of Technology A & B
This is a 1-credit course that explores the history of technology and its impacts. It heps students develop an understanding of the relationships among techn ologies and the connections with other fields of study. The engineering design process is also applied to effectively solve various problems by systemic means. Nine core fields of technology will be explored through instruction and hands-on project work. Students will also learn how to use “system thinking” to research, examine data, evaluate inferences and make predictions about major enterprises in the designed world.
About the Teacher:
Mrs. Kleier attended the University of South Florida and has a B.S. degree in Management Information Systems, and a Masters in Education degree in Curriculum and Instruction -Instructional Technology. She has an Advanced Professional Certification and her Masters +60. She also completed additional graduate work in Economics at the University of Colorado, Classroom Management from Gratz College and Technology Education from the U. of Maryland Eastern Shore, BMI Baltimore. Mrs. Kleier was a 2009 TEAM Tech Conference Fall Expo presenter at the Baltimore Museum of Industry and serves as an adjunct professor for AACC.
Mrs. Kleier’s office hours are during 2nd period A-day and 3rd period B-day or after school by appointment.
If you have any questions for Mrs. Kleier you can contact her at email@example.com.