Below you’ll find some links to resources that may help Business and Technology teachers in some way. I’ve created these materials over the years for various purposes. Most teachers will need to modify these resources to fit their needs (which is perfectly ok with me).
I find it really interesting to know where my materials are being used, so feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and let me know what and where you teach. I know how hard it is to be a teacher, so I really hope these simple offerings can help some of you out!
- Organizational Structures PowerPoint
- Desktop Publishing Projects for High School (or other) Students
- Thought-provoking website design articles – I created this little journal site a few years ago for a college class I took. The materials on the site are meant to be used by CIOs to make decisions regarding web design within a company. Some of the articles I summarized are a little dense for high school web design students, however, many of them are written very instructively and should at least get students talking about real issues in web design. The list of web design resource links should be very beneficial to anyone wanting to learn HTML and CSS, as well as design theory in general.
- My Master of Arts in Teaching Electronic Portfolio
- Mozilla Composer Tutorial – I created this several years ago to help anyone with a limited budget learn to use the Mozilla Composer program (free) to create a website. It’s a little dated, but many of the techniques described still work the same way.
- Desktop File Management Tutorial (with videos and worksheets) – I created this a few years ago because many of my students (some who were quite good on a computer) didn’t know how to manage computer files properly. This site has a decent glossary of file management terms. Perhaps even better, there’s several videos that demonstrate how to manage files and folders in Windows.