Enrich learning for your high school students with this year-long art history elective that challenges students to examine art's big picture through the cultural and societal shifts that have affected art through the ages. Students will learn how to analyze art and will explore various periods and movements with a focus on the evolution or art from its origins to modern times. This enriching elective promotes critical thinking and digital literacy through interactive Internet-based learning.
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Odysseyware is the ideal solution to ensure course mastery and keep students on pace toward college or career readiness. It's the flexible, rigorous, customizable and relevant online curriculum for your high school students.
Our digital world requires that today’s students are proficient electronic communicators. With ODYSSEYWARE Business Computer Information Systems I-A, high school students increase their knowledge base for the use and function of the computer while also developing the practical skills necessary to compete in the global environment. With built-in multimedia exercises focusing on effectiveness and productivity, this one-semester elective also supports student success in other subjects as their technological aptitude expands.
To succeed in the technology-infused world, students must become proficient electronic communicators. With ODYSSEYWARE Business Computer Information Systems I-B, high school students continue their exploration of the uses of computers and their place in the business world. This semester-length elective is a targeted study of telecommunications technology, desktop publishing technology, presentation technology, computer networking, and computer operating systems. Multimedia-rich lessons help illustrate concepts to bolster unders
This course is designed to provide students with the knowledge of some of the vital legal concepts that affect commerce and trade, after first gaining some familiarity with how laws are created and interpreted. Students will then be introduced to the types of businesses that can be created to engage in commerce as well as the contractual and liability considerations that can impact a business. Laws that affect how a business is regulated will also be reviewed, particularly the impact of administrative rules and regulations on a business. Global commerce and international agreements, treaties, organizations, and courts that can affect business will be discussed to get a better sense of what it means to "go global" with a business.
Help your highly-motivated students calculate a clear path to college with challenging year-long Calculus (for use with AP* courses). This upper level math course challenges students who have completed four years of prerequisite high school math and want to prepare themselves for college-level coursework. During this course, students will practice advanced math skills and develop a greater understanding of concepts while increasing digital literacy through the use of technology. Offer your students a course that adds up to academic success.
Career Management is a semester-length high school elective course that assists students in their preparation for career selection.
Allied health is the term for the area of healthcare (and health care professions) that provide support and care services other than specific doctoring and nurse care. At times, the line between allied health and "non-allied health" may seem to be separated by level of degree/education, although this isn't always true.
Give your students skills that last a lifetime and address real-world concerns with ODYSSEYWARE Consumer Math. This web-based elective covers basic money management including employment issues, budgeting and recordkeeping, insurance, loans, taxes, banking and credit cards. Interactive, multimedia-infused lessons and relevant content keep students engaged. With 24/7 accessibility, learning with this revolutionary online curriculum is available anytime and at any place with an Internet connection. Connect with the digital generation through ODYSSEYWARE.
The mental health field is diverse. There are many different options available to those interested in working in the counseling and mental health field. This course introduces and exposes the students to some topics, issues, and populations that are related to the counseling and mental health field. Students will first receive information about on the history of the mental health system in the United States and about some common mental illnesses. They will then explore different counseling and mental health topics, populations, mental health needs of these populations, and work place settings. Some topics and populations discussed are addiction, dual diagnosis disorders, vulnerable children, different vulnerable populations, and mental health issues in the criminal justice system. Some workplace settings of counseling and mental health workers analyzed are the criminal justice system, school systems, acute psychiatric care settings, community mental health centers, and child protective services.
Designed to encourage the development of digital skills, this semester-length elective introduces students to the effective use of digital cameras and the manipulation of digital images with imaging and editing software. Students will also explore audio recording and editing, cinematography, and 3D technology. Project-based, this course places a strong emphasis on student inquiry, research, and writing. Help your students build their 21st century skills with this timely and practical course.