Santa Barbara Unified School District

Technology Courses

Grades: 10-12

This course provides students with advanced knowledge in film, video and television production. Students are expected to create film projects and enter film contests. They master nonlinear editing and live TV broadcasting (linear). Emphasis is placed on two-camera work and the production of school performances (theater, music, sports, ASB activities).

Transcript title and course number: Vid/TV Prod Adv 096984

Grades: 7-8; La Colina Junior High School; Santa Barbara Junior High School

Following the same curriculum as Woodworking and Construction Technology, this one-year course will include a more thorough investigation of modern building practices as they relate to today's residential and commercial construction industry. Students will be expected to work at an accelerated pace and display a high level of competence and physical dexterity with hand tools and power tools. Many projects will be tailored to individual students and may require work outside the class period.

Transcript title and course number: AdvWood&Constr 841020

Grade: 11; San Marcos High School

This advanced health careers course will be offered during terms 3 and 4 of the junior year. This course is designed for students who will be pursuing a career in health care requiring post- secondary education. The 3rd term focuses entirely on nutrition. During the 4th term, students will continue with studies of health care issues at an advanced level. Students will develop their career portfolio and prepare and develop detailed plans for their post-secondary education in the health care field.

Transcript title and course number: AdvHlthCareers 073071

Grade: 11; San Marcos High School

This preparatory health careers course is designed for students seeking a career in the health field. The course will focus on the concepts and principles of the structure, function, and systems of the human body in relationship to human growth and development. Students will learn to recognize problem situations in health care settings as they relate to direct and indirect patient care. Safety issues, ethical considerations, legal restraints, and professional codes of conduct will be presented and discussed throughout the course. An extensive unit on Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) requirements will be taught. Students will learn about disease prevention for the maintenance of optimal health. Students will also learn foundation skills, including professional rescuer Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) and Standard First Aid. In addition, students will be exposed to guest speakers from various health care fields.

Transcript title and course number: Allied HealthCa 073000

Grades: 7-8; La Colina Junior High School; Santa Barbara Junior High School

This yearlong course is part of a rotation block to introduce 7th grade students to Art and Woodworking. Each of these courses is one semester in length and students rotate to the second course the second semester. The Art course will be devoted to studio work in which students will develop their technical skills and will learn self-discipline and time management in creating works of art. The introduction to Woodworking course will explore the tools, safety, and techniques used in traditional woodworking and modern building construction.

Transcript title and course number: Art/Intro Wood 841000

Grades: 10-12; San Marcos High School

Lecture/demonstration course introducing the operation and maintenance of the modern automobile; emphasis on the theory of basic operating systems, including engine, electrical, chassis and driveline.

Transcript title and course number: AUTO 101 SBCC 096144

Grades: 10-12; San Marcos High School

Introductory lecture/lab course covering maintenance and diagnosis procedures used in the automotive service industry. Lab experiences in maintenance and service areas of engine lubrication, underhood, undercar, tire and wheel, cooling system, belts and hoses, fuel system, battery and electrical system, engine maintenance and performance, brakes and wheel bearings.

Transcript title and course number: AUTO 110 SBCC 096146

Grades: 9-12; San Marcos High School

This is an introductory course covering the basics of the automobile repair industry. Students will be introduced to shop safety, the use of mechanics' tools and equipment, and basic engine service techniques. The career paths available to automotive technicians will also be covered. Lectures, homework, and lab assignments, including the teardown and reassembly of single cylinder engines, will be used to create a thorough knowledge of the internal combustion engine.

Transcript title and course number: Auto 100310

Grades: 7-8; La Colina Junior High School; La Cumbre Junior High School; Santa Barbara Junior High School; Goleta Valley Junior High School

Students will develop foundational skills in computer coding through the use of “Scratch” and other teacher designed curriculum. “Scratch” is a programming language that makes it easy to create interactive art, stories, simulations, and games – and share those creations online. There are no prerequisites, other than an active imagination and an interest in computers!

Students will learn to (1) program characters to move, converse, and respond to any situation; (2) create variables; (3) use if-else statements; (4) create and call functions; (5) use operators to respond to changes; (6) experiment with programming to build creativity and confidence.

STEM skills development includes storyboard creation, critical thinking, problem-solving, creativity and adapting to new challenges. Learning beginning programming will increase confidence when using computers, instill courage to try new things, grow perseverance when tackling difficult problems, provide a sense of belonging in technology and demonstrate the impact that CS has in careers and communities. All Training and Materials Provided — No Experience Needed.

Transcript title and course number: Beg Coding 810815

Grades: 9-12

Students will develop and write a market-ready comprehensive business plan for a new/existing venture. Course examines a variety of entrepreneurial issues in the business planning process including: concept testing, product development, marketing, management, financing, and ongoing operations.

Transcript title and course number: Busnss Plan Dev 100342

Grades: 9-12; Santa Barbara High School; La Cuesta Continuation High School; Alta Vista Alternative High School

How to effectively manage sanitation to achieve high standards as set forth by the laws and regulations covering the food industry in the United States. In-depth study of management's responsibility in sanitation. Safety procedures and practices are also covered.​

Transcript title and course number: CA 113 SBCC 047125

Grades: 9-12; San Marcos High School

Students in this course will learn how children learn and develop through in-class activities, discussion, weekly interaction, and direct observation. By term end, the students will be able to identify the developmental milestones and theories discussed throughout the term. Students will explore the demands of working with children in a preschool setting while facilitating activities in the San Marcos Parent-Child Workshop (SMPCW). Students will cover course elements that help to reinforce concepts of Early Childhood Education associated with post-secondary programs.

Transcript title and course number: Child Dvlpment 100320

Grades: 10-12; San Marcos High School

Child Development A1: Students must develop an independent project proposal for course area and have it approved by the instructor. Proposals will be approved by the San Marcos Parent-Child Workshop (SMPCW) for implementation during both sections of the course. Students will develop weekly lesson plans to use with proposal for activities in the SMPCW. Students will continue to work in accordance with SMPCW on a weekly basis. Child Development A2: Students will continue to develop the project proposal into a working curriculum. Students will design weekly and daily activities that challenge the developmental milestones of preschoolers. Students must incorporate differentiated learning strategies for varying types of children. Lesson plans must align with the suggested curriculum for early childhood education settings. Students will continue to work in accordance with the SMPCW on a weekly basis.

Transcript title and course number: Child Dev Adv 040240

Grade: 12

This is a course offered in the fall semester at Santa Barbara City College. Upon successful completion of this course and the state examination, the student meets California state requirements to become a Certified Nursing Assistant. Basic nursing theory and nursing skills are taught in the classroom, and students are supervised in giving care to residents in a long- term facility. Content follows the California state approved CNA curriculum.

Transcript title and course number: CNA 101 SBCC 043400

Grade: 10; Alta Vista Alternative High School

This is a one term course designed to help students improve both individual and group communication. Students will be required to engage in activities to enhance their basic communication skills as well as interpersonal, group, public, and workplace communications. Writing assignments, group activities, and projects will also help students learn conflict management, speaking skills, and how to communicate using technology. A member of Toastmasters teaches a session in public speaking and debate once a week. Students receive a Toastmasters certificate upon completion of the course.

Transcript title and course number: CommunctnsHCA 073040

Grades: 10-12; Santa Barbara High School

In this course, students learn to write simple text-based computer programs using processing to create fine art. By the end of the course, students will master the standard programming constructs of variables and mathematical operators, control structures (conditionals, loops, functions), and data types and compound data structures. Students will also learn and master the following: basics of color theory; role of shape in traditional art; how shapes are represented computationally; how 2D mathematical functions can represent and control shape; basics of 2D coordinate systems; basics of curves; basics of composition and relationship; basics of perspective; how images are represented digitally; basic image manipulation (e.g. edge detection); the principles of animation; hierarchical modeling for rigid body animation; and simple particle simulations.

Transcript title and course number: Computational Art 001051

Grades: 10-12

Computer Accounting and Finance is a two-semester concentrator course on the business pathway. The class uses the same textbook as the one used at SBCC, and students who complete this course are eligible for SBCC Dual Enrollment credits for : ACCT 110 - Introduction to Accounting,. Computer Accounting and Finance teaches computerized general ledger, financial reports, payroll, bank reconciliations, income statements, electronic spreadsheets, and accounts payable and receivable reports. Students will be proficient in QuickBooks Pro and spreadsheet generation using MS Excel. Students will work independently and in groups simulating employment settings. Successful completion satisfies requirement of a basic mathematics course.

Transcript title and course number: Comp Acct & Fin 096241

Grades: 10-12; San Marcos High School

Introduction to computer applications for use “at work and at home.” Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint), including Windows operating system, plus open source software and Web 2.0 productivity tools for collaborative teamwork. (Semester-long course; dual enrollment at SBCC for COMP 101).

Transcript title and course number: Comp Bus App 096901

Grades: 9-12; San Marcos High School; Santa Barbara High School; Dos Pueblos High School

AP Computer Science is an introductory college course in computer science which uses the Java programming language. Because the development of computer programs to solve problems is a skill fundamental to the study of computer science, a large part of the course is built around the development of computer programs or parts of programs that correctly solve a given problem. The course also emphasizes the design issues that make programs understandable, adaptable, and, when appropriate, reusable. In addition to this, topics covered include the development and analysis of algorithms, the development and use of fundamental data structures, and the study of standard algorithms and typical applications. Finally, an understanding of the basic hardware and software components of computer systems and the responsible use of these systems are integral parts of the course.

Transcript title and course number: Comp Science AP 071990

Grades: 9-12; Santa Barbara High School

This one semester course teaches students how to build and maintain personal computers used in the home or business environment. Students will learn hardware and operating system basics, computer components and peripherals, and trouble shooting common computer system problems.

Transcript title and course number: Comp Tech 300024

Grades: 9-12; San Marcos High School; Santa Barbara High School; Dos Pueblos High School

Construction Technology 1 is a second of two course options in the Construction Technology and Design Pathway at Dos Pueblos. It is a year long elective course for 9-12 graders that integrates academic and technical preparation and focuses on career awareness, career exploration, and skill preparation in the Building Trades and Construction Industry. The knowledge and skills are acquired in a sequential, standards-based pathway program that integrates hands-on, project-based, and work-based instruction. Students will be able to efficiently apply a basic foundation in the mathematics and the writing skills associated with the Building Trades Industry. Standards included in the Building and Construction Trades sector are designed to prepare students for technical training, postsecondary education, and entry to a career. Students will discover and develop their skills in the craft and trade of Carpentry by the practical application of Carpentry concepts. This course will allow students to demonstrate their knowledge and skill level by creating basic to more complex carpentry projects and assessing their projects with rubrics. Students will be required to use basic and advanced tools and equipment, as well as special materials. Students will be able to work individually and in teams or groups, where they will be able to apply effective leadership skills as they complete the assigned objects. This course meets the requirements for the Knowledge and Performance Anchor Standards and the Cabinetry, Millwork and Woodworking Pathway Standards for the Building Trades and Construction Industry Sector. Completing this course will also prepare students for more advanced courses in the Construction Technology & Design Pathway. Partnerships are continually forming with local industry through Partners in Education and the SBCA that will play a key role in creating internships for students, and assist in future curriculum articulation with SBCC.

Transcript title and course number: Const Tech 1 047000

Grades: 9-12; San Marcos High School; Santa Barbara High School; Dos Pueblos High School

This course is designed as the practical application and extension of the skills learned in Construction Technology 1. Students will design and build a scaled sustainable structure that encompasses the various facets of the building and construction trades. The capstone project will be a “Tiny Home" structure on a trailer, that may be used as a living space, business office, or studio with the interior of the sustainable structure having finished walls, flooring, and cabinetry. The sustainable capstone structure requires that a broad variety of the trades be represented and may include skills for rough framing, roofing, doors and windows, insulation, electrical systems, finish carpentry, plumbing systems, roofing, sheet metal, painting, solar power system, and HVAC. Design parameters will meet current Santa Barbara Building Codes, as well as any state or national building codes. Students will follow a “Critical Path” schedule for completion of the project and will maintain daily logs and workplace documentation. Students will begin by creating a packet of construction drawings for approval, similar to what may be submitted before construction can begin on a jobsite. The construction drawings will include a floor plan, framing plan, roof framing plan, elevations, an electrical plan, a plumbing plan, a window and door schedule, and a materials list. These may be produced either by SketchUp or AutoCAD (Computer Aided Drawing). After teacher approval, students will begin to build the structure. In both the design and build of the structure, students use applied geometry to determine square footages of buildings, rooms, lots, parcels, etc. Estimation skills utilize multiplication, addition, subtraction, division, etc. After instruction, students apply skills in determining quantities of cubic yards, square yards, cubic feet, volume, etc. Conversion techniques are utilized in the creation of a plan for a constructed project when using dimensional measurements and when transferring plans and calculations to a physical project. One must also be able to calculate the area of triangles and quadrilaterals to ensure everything is plumb, level and square. The Pythagorean Theorem must be used in theory and application through construction of woodworking projects, such as right triangle shelf-supports. The students must also be able to use calculating concepts of measuring volume in woodworking and construction, such as when using the volumetric unit "board foot." Students will create documents within the project package that include a bill of materials, vendor list, estimates, purchase orders, and labor costs. All written components of the package must be written to technical industry standards, which stress clarity and organization.

Transcript title and course number: Const Tech 2 047100

Grades: 9-12; San Marcos High School; Dos Pueblos High School; La Cuesta Continuation High School

This course provides students with skills necessary for entry- level employment as a cashier, waiter/waitress, cook/chef
or host/hostess in the restaurant industry. The student will gain hands-on experience by preparing food for and serving customers at “The Charger Inn” (the DP staff dining room) or “Cafe Royale” (the SM staff dining room). The variety of skills learned will prepare the student for a wide range of employment opportunities in the fast-growing restaurant business.
Students may enroll for 1-2 periods/day. As part of this course, employment ready students can be placed into paid jobs in the restaurant industry.

Transcript title and course number: Culinary Arts 046073

Grades: 9-12

Culinary Arts 2 is the second course in the Culinary Arts Pathway. Students will earn the Managers ServSafe Certification, explore the field of hospitality and restaurant management as well as spending a unit on baking fundamentals and cake decorating.Culinary Arts 2 has four units. Unit one is Safety and Sanitation, which includes earning the ServSafe Food Managers Certification. Unit two is Restaurant Management and Hospitality. This unit explores the profession of a restaurant manager as well as the Hospitality Industry. It includes designing a business plan, business management procedures, customer service and Nutrition. Units three and four are Professional Baking and Cake Decorating, including breads, pastries, cakes and candy.

Transcript title and course number: Culinary Arts 2 046074

Grades: 10-11

This is a 2nd year class aimed at understanding, designing, and developing both server-and-client-side software for the internet, such as the many websites and their back ends that we all interact with daily.

While accomplishing the above tasks students will continue to improve and master their understanding of variables, loops, arrays, recursion, and objects. They will become familiar with the concepts of inheritance, overwriting, overloading, interfaces, and polymorphism.

Transcript title and course number: WebProgrammng H 011805

Grades: 10-12

This comprehensive two-semester course provides solid groundwork in the broad arena of electronic design and fabrication processes. Coursework includes building and testing electronics, computer aided design (CAD), circuit fabrication, basic circuits, programmable devices, elements of communications, robotics command and control, solar energy, alternative energy and energy-efficient systems. This program is a fundamental asset for future careers in engineering and technology involving robotics, communications and alternative energy.

Transcript title and course number: Electroncs Tec 096360

Grades: 9-12

The Engineering and Innovation course will provide students with an understanding of the field of engineering and introduction to the concepts of invention and innovation, as well as some of the skills and tools necessary to invent and innovate. This information will provide students with the ability to invent and innovate in their field of choice.

Students will learn details about the scope and nature of the field of engineering. They will also learn about the history of invention and innovation and how those activities play a role in the advancement of human society. Students will be introduced to patents, regulations, and ethical and professional standards that apply in the fields of engineering and invention.

Students will also learn about analytical modeling and problem solving, interpreting the results of models and experiments, and understanding how bias impacts outcomes. ln,addition; students will learn about innovations and inventions in the fields of biomedicine and the environment and how those fields have impacted the health and well being of society. Lastly, students will learn about career choices and organizations and resources available for individuals who wish to incorporate invention and innovation into their careers and lives.

Transcript title and course number: EngineeringII P 100250

Grades: 9-12

Engineers address society's needs and problems by designing and producing products and services. The field is diverse and includes professionals who design skyscrapers, design machinery, oversee public works, and develop software and systems.

The purpose of this course is to provide an overview of the concepts of product engineering and development. Students will analyze the life cycle of a product to prepare a product for distribution and for target markets. The course begins with building an understanding of the product life cycle, from the initial idea to drafting requirements to using 3-D modeling tools and other design tools. The final unit focuses on assembling the pieces for a project plan for a product and evaluating the plans for a successful product launch. In addition, the course will provide information about the different careers available to students interested in engineering, product development, and project management.

Transcript title and course number: EngineerngIII P 100251

Grade: 9; Dos Pueblos High School

In this first DPEA course, students will learn the fundamentals of engineering, physics, and visual arts in an integrated fashion. Learning will flow seamlessly between the three disciplines; students will acquire fundamental knowledge and skills in these fields through the process of bringing projects to completion. Some of the key areas of student learning will include drafting, computer-aided design (CAD), manufacturing, machining, color theory, principles of design, and computer programming.

Transcript title and course number: EngrgTechnol H 074000

Grades: 9-12; San Marcos High School

Provides students with a comprehensive overview of the vital importance of entrepreneurship in the 21st century global economy, and the critical role that innovation and creativity play in the entrepreneurial process. Students examine and reflect on their own entrepreneurial potential and evaluate the challenges and rewards of entrepreneurship.

Transcript title and course number: ENT 201 SBCC 100335

Grades: 9-12; Santa Barbara High School; Dos Pueblos High School

Explorations in Construction is the first of two course options in the Construction Technology and Design Pathway at Dos Pueblos. It is a year long elective course for 9 graders that integrates academic and technical preparation and focuses on career awareness, career exploration, and skill preparation in the Building Trades and Construction Industry. The knowledge and skills are acquired in a sequential, standards-based pathway program that integrates hands-on, project-based, and work-based instruction. Students will be able to efficiently apply a basic foundation in the mathematics and the writing skills associated with the Building Trades Industry. Standards included in the Building and Construction Trades sector are designed to prepare students for technical training, postsecondary education, and entry to a career. Students will discover and develop their skills in the craft and trade of Carpentry by the practical application of Carpentry concepts. This course will allow students to demonstrate their knowledge and skill level by creating basic to more complex carpentry projects and assessing their projects with rubrics. Students will be required to use basic and advanced tools and equipment, as well as special materials. Students will be able to work individually and in teams or groups, where they will be able to apply effective leadership skills as they complete the assigned objects. This course meets the requirements for the Knowledge and Performance Anchor Standards and the Cabinetry, Millwork and Woodworking Pathway Standards for the Building Trades and Construction Industry Sector. Completing this course will also prepare students for more advanced courses in the Construction Technology & Design Pathway. Partnerships are continually forming with local industry through Partners in Education and the SBCA that will play a key role in creating internships for students, and assist in future curriculum articulation with SBCC.

Transcript title and course number: Explor Construc 047200

Grades: 9-12; San Marcos High School; Santa Barbara High School; Dos Pueblos High School

Exploring Computer Science is a hands-on introduction to computer architecture, programming, and using the computer as a creative tool. The class is taught in the computer lab and is project-based, rather than textbook-based. The class is divided into four to six basic units, each 1-2 months long. Units consists of: survey of computer architecture and human/computer interaction; web site development; interactive game theory and game development using Scratch; mobile app development; and robotics/graphics. Each unit uses a series of projects of increasing complexity to introduce, refine, and integrate programming and development concepts, culminating with a "capstone" project as a unit final.

Transcript title and course number: Computer Sci P 044260

Grades: 9-12; San Marcos High School

Thorough introduction to all areas of personal financial planning, including financial goal-setting, budgeting, consumer credit, taxes, insurance, investing, housing, retirement and estate planning. Emphasis on planning and budgeting to satisfy immediate needs and achieve long-term goals.

Transcript title and course number: FIN 100 SBCC 100341

Grades: 9-12; San Marcos High School; Santa Barbara High School

Central concepts of finance are developed: money and economic activity, interest rates and valuation, securities and investments, bank regulation and management. Financial planning, investment strategies, and retirement planning, including 401k and Roth IRAs, will be explored. Professionals discuss loans, loan administration, establishing credit history, and pitfalls of consumer debt. Basic computing skills (Word, Excel, QuickBooks) will be developed throughout the class.

Transcript title and course number: FIN 101 SBCC 100340

Grades: 10-12; Dos Pueblos High School

Fine Woodworking is part of a sequence of courses in the Construction Technology and Design Pathway. The purpose of this course is to provide students with experiences in the elements of art and principles of design using wood as the primary artistic vehicle. Students will gain an in-depth experience in artistic perception, historical and cultural context, aesthetic valuing, creative expression and connections, relationships and applications by designing wood furnishings, and other objects with various forms of wood species. This experience will de demonstrated through the students visual and creative expression of wood design furnishings, turning objects on the lathe, creating musical instruments, and other artistic objects. Various forms and materials will be used in the class, which include diverse wood species, reclaimed materials and techniques, and restoration. Students will study and analyze various cultural and historical art forms and articulate comprehension through the creation of personal and public art. Students will create original works of art demonstrating mastery in art forms which reflect their feelings, beliefs and points of view.

Transcript title and course number: Fine Woodwrkng 100305

Grades: 9-12

This course gives students an opportunity to learn about engineering through an environmental lens. Studies and projects include solar panels, windmill generators, computers and various probeware, fuel cell cars, hydro generators, peltier devices, liquid nitrogen, and solar constant.

Transcript title and course number: GreenEngr/Tech 072120

Grade: 10; San Marcos High School

This course is designed as an entry-level core course in the health career field. It is for students seeking a career in health care and includes a common set of skills and knowledge necessary for all health care employees. This course provides a firm foundation for students planning to further their education in the health and medical fields. Students receive instruction in career path options, related mathematics, and general and specific workplace and employability skills. Basic health care skills, safe practice, and confidentiality are emphasized. Students are also introduced to anatomy and medical terminology. In addition, students will be exposed to guest speakers from various helath care fields.

Transcript title and course number: HealthCarsAcad 073020

Grades: 10-12

Classroom instruction for this course includes an overview of income taxes, related laws and regulations, and completion of individual income tax forms. Students needing community service hours will sign up with the teacher to complete approximately 60 community service hours providing free tax preparation service to the public community. The final schedule of required activities is finalized with the instructor to provide the best service to the community.

Transcript title and course number: Income Tax Prep 096201

Grade: 8; La Colina Junior High School; La Cumbre Junior High School; Goleta Valley Junior High School

Aligned with State English and Math Standards, this year long course helps students develop skills in communication, technological reading ,construction, manufacturing, power/energy and transportation by completing teacher- selected projects such as: drafting,drawings, introductory wood projects and jewelry boxes. Regular reading and writing assigments on related information is included in the instruction of this class. Safe use of tools and machines will be emphasized.

Transcript title and course number: Industrial Tech 840660

Grades: 9-12

Engineering and Design is part of the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) education and career path. By building real-world problem-solving and critical thinking skills, students learn how to innovate and design new products and improve existing products. Students are introduced to the engineering design process to build new products and to the reverse engineering process, which enables engineers to adjust any existing product.

Students will also address how fluid power is used by engineers to make difficult maneuvers easier, increasing efficiency and minimizing effects on the environment. Students then identify how engineering and design have a direct impact on the sustainability of our environment and the greening of our economy. Finally, students incorporate the engineering design process, environmental life cycle, and green engineering principles to create a decision matrix to learn how to solve environmental issues.

Transcript title and course number: Engineering I P 100249

Grades: 10-12

Introduction to CyberSecurity prepares students for a career in network administration and technical support with a focus on cybersecurity. The course includes a series of technical subjects to provide hands-on knowledge and skills in computer hardware, operating systems, networking, and security concepts. Industry-based curricula are utilized in a networked environment to assist in preparing students for industry recognized certifications. Students go through intricate problem-solving exercises that mimic the technical challenges of the real world. The program targets students preparing for careers in cybersecurity and information and communications technology.

Transcript title and course number: CyberSecurity 090003

Grades: 10-12; San Marcos High School

This course provides students with an introduction to the teaching profession. Students will form an understanding and develop skills in the following areas: providing instruction and supervision for students; communication between students, parents, staff, administration and community; locating and utilizing resources and materials for planning curriculum; creating lesson plans and implementing lessons; classroom management; recognizing students' diverse learning needs; family and cultural differences that affect instruction; special education and accommodations within the classroom.

Transcript title and course number: Intro to Edu 096521

Grades: 9-12

This two-semester course provides students with a background in marketing, including use of social media. Students create Content Management System (CMS) websites using the latest technology such as Joomla and WordPress used by today's large corporations. Students learn about the elements of a marketing plan and perform in teams before a panel of judges in competition. This course is a concentrator class for the Marketing and Sales Career Pathway.

Transcript title and course number: Principles of Marketing 096906

Grades: 9-12; Dos Pueblos High School

Mechatronics 1 is taught concurrently with Advanced Engineering Physics. With the guidance of their teachers and industry mentors, students will work to design/create/iterate a real-world mechatronics project with a level of sophistication and complexity that is typically reserved for industry settings or advanced college courses. Students will conceptualize, prototype, design, re-design, formally review, manufacture, test, and program their complex mechatronics system. Products/projects will meet industry standards for excellence and be worthy of display in a trade show environment.

Transcript title and course number: Mechatronics De 100345

Grades: 9-12; Dos Pueblos High School

Mechatronics 2 is an extension of Mechatronics 1, and is taught concurrently with Advanced Engineering Physics. With the guidance of their teachers and industry mentors, students will work to design/create/iterate a real-world mechatronics project with a level of sophistication and complexity that is typically reserved for industry settings or advanced college courses. Students will conceptualize, prototype, design, re-design, formally review, manufacture, test, and program their complex mechatronics system. Products/projects will meet industry standards for excellence and be worthy of display in a trade show environment.

Transcript title and course number: Mechatronics De 100350

Grades: 9-12

This CTE Capstone will require students to complete or be enrolled in pre-requisites of the Video/TV Production Pathway. The course allows students to access all prior knowledge of the Media Pathway, and students completing this course successfully will integrate digital media into a larger media strategy. Using the skills developed in the pathway, students will design, create, produce, compile and deliver media assets to the school and community. Instructors of this course will align community relationships, and working with an intern/teacher (local media business professional), the students will work in a job-like atmosphere to create multiple types of media assets. These students will demonstrate job ready skills including professionalism, working with peers, contingency planning, working with clients, and deadlines. Using video, audio, and graphic programs, students will be also be well versed in creating new types of media that incorporate digital media into the traditional media mix.

Transcript title and course number: Media Business 046161

Grades: 9-12; San Marcos High School

Examines the critical role of marketing in customer-driven marketplaces. Topics covered will include marketing research, customer-driven marketing, marketing strategies for profit businesses, as well as not-for-profit businesses, and institutions. Includes advertising as well as the other elements of promotion. Course material is reinforced with the use of marketing computer simulation.

Transcript title and course number: MKT 101 SBCC 093451

Grades: 9-12; San Marcos High School

Introduction to those components needed to develop effective online and search engine marketing (SEM) strategies. Emerging digital media and mobile advertising campaigns are emphasized. Includes search engine optimization (SEO), paid placement ads, keyword identification, placement strategies, SEM research and management tools, and WAP advertising applications in mobile marketing and video advertising.

Transcript title and course number: MKT 164 SBCC 093453

Grades: 9-12; San Marcos High School

Study of how businesses use marketing to communicate through advertising and public relations. Topics include identifying target markets, selecting types of media, evaluating and developing ads, and implementation of public relations programs.

Transcript title and course number: MKT 203 SBCC 093455

Grades: 9-12; Santa Barbara High School

Intended as a third year computer science course, Mobile Programming is designed to: reinforce fundamental computer programming constructs; deepen student understanding of foundational computer science concepts such as data structures, algorithms, and object oriented programming (OOP), and; introduce students to higher-level computer science concepts such as design patterns, communication protocols, concurrency, and abstraction of data via architectural analysis of computer hardware and software. Students will write programs and express algorithms in both the Objective-C and Swift programming languages. Students will develop a series of engaging software applications for the iOS platform (using standard Cocon technologies such as UIKit, Mapkit, Webkit, and Spritekit), and be able to test them in the Xcode Integrated Development Environment (IDE) Simulator as well as on actual iPhones.

Transcript title and course number: Beg Mobile Prog 096986

Grades: 9-12; Santa Barbara High School

Intended as a third year computer science course, Mobile Programming is designed to: reinforce fundamental computer programming constructs; deepen student understanding of foundational computer science concepts such as data structures, algorithms, and object oriented programming (OOP), and; introduce students to higher-level computer science concepts such as design patterns, communication protocols, concurrency, and abstraction of data via architectural analysis of computer hardware and software. Students will write programs and express algorithms in both the Objective-C and Swift programming languages. Students will develop a series of engaging software applications for the iOS platform (using standard Cocon technologies such as UIKit, Mapkit, Webkit, and Spritekit), and be able to test them in the Xcode Integrated Development Environment (IDE) Simulator as well as on actual iPhones.

This honors course is designed to provide students with more rigorous content that covers the same standards as the equivalent college preparatory course. Students will explore the content with degrees of depth and complexity that will provide broad preparation for college-level coursework, including Advanced Placement, International Baccalaureate, SBCC Dual Enrollment and post-secondary coursework. This course will not necessarily require a greater volume of work to achieve success, but will provide an experience that is more challenging than the college preparatory equivalent.

Transcript title and course number: Mobile Program H 096987

Grades: 10-12

This one-semester CTE course prepares students for career jobs as computer network engineers. Students learn information technology (IT) core skills in the area of internetworking, routing and computer communications. Students progress through basic IT core skills in local area networks to more advanced skills such as server operations, protocols and addressing, topologies, OSI models, media types and network security solutions. Router operating systems and configurations are a major component of the class. SBCC dual enrollment credit for CNEE 125, Introduction to Networking & Routing (4 units) is available upon successful completion of course (Grade C, or better). Prepares student for CCNA (Cisco Certified Network Administrator).

Transcript title and course number: Netwk Tech1 096921

Grades: 10-12

This one-semester CTE course prepares advanced-level students for engineering careers in Information Technology (IT), an essential service in today's workplace. The first half of the course details switching technology; LAN and virtual local area network (VLAN) design, configuration and maintenance; internet work packet exchange (IPX) routing and interior gateway routing protocols (IGRP); network troubleshooting and Security solutions. The second half of the course includes wide area networks (WANs), integrated service data networks (ISDN), point-to-point protocols (PPP) and frame relay design, configuration and maintenance.SBCC dual enrollment credit for CNEE 126, Switching and WAN (4.0 units) upon successful completion of course (C grade or better).Prepares student for CCNA (Cisco Certified Network Administrator).

Transcript title and course number: Netwk Tech2 096931

Grades: 10-12

This one semester course teaches basic elements of computer networking and data communications. Coursework provides students with solid groundwork to begin specializing in Information Technology (IT). Networking components and systems are emphasized, including networking hardware and models, security, standards and protocols, operating systems, media, and remote access. SBCC dual credit for CNEE 110 - Networking Essentials - 4.0 units upon successful completion (Grade C or better). Articulated with CSU Channel Islands.

Transcript title and course number: Netwk Essntls1 096912

Grades: 9-12; Dos Pueblos High School

Publications Design I will provide students with knowledge, skills and hands-on application of graphic digital imagery for publication. Students will learn and practice the basics of design and layout; analyze and evaluate images based on a set of given values; and learn communication, management and evaluation skills for individuals and teams. Students will explore digital technology in the areas of photographic imaging, video filmmaking and editing. Students will learn how to apply basic design principles to different digital art forms. Much of the course will be spent in the areas of desktop publishing, digital photography and the digital darkroom using state-of-the-art word processing and design software including the Adobe Creative Suites software (InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator) as well popular online formats (Instagram, Snapchat, Pinterest, Aurasma).

Transcript title and course number: Publctns Dsgn I 096990

Grades: 9-12; Dos Pueblos High School

Publications Design II is the 2nd year of the Publications Design program. Students will gain a more in-depth exposure to the skills, knowledge and hands-on application of digital imagery for publication. Students will begin to master design and layout, critique and self-analysis of design. Students will apply this knowledge to produce materials for school publications and expand on their understanding of art and design.

Transcript title and course number: PublctnsDsgn II 096991

Grades: 9-12; Dos Pueblos High School

This course is a capstone option in an extensive media and digital communication strand offered at the school. Students will have successfully completed pre-requisites in design/photography and media production and writing. This leads to a year of serving in a design leadership role in production teams for student media as well as studying college and career options. Options will range from serving as the section editor to chief design organizer and planner to serving as editors over larger staffs. These students will demonstrate mastery of all design principles, technical mastery of digital printing through Adobe InDesign and Photoshop, and planning a comprehensive design scheme for print production.

Transcript title and course number: PublctnDsgn III 096992

Grades: 9-12; Santa Barbara High School

This course will focus on learning a variety of practical food production skills for urban and suburban spaces. Students participate directly in all stages of agricultural food production from seed to harvest. Ties in to environmental, technical, and culinary interests.

Transcript title and course number: Small Scl Food Prod 046072

Grades: 10-12; San Marcos High School

This course is designed to help students develop a general awareness of health careers and specific preparation for physical therapy and sports medicine occupations. Classroom instruction covers such topics as: medical terminology; human anatomy; emergency procedure; soft tissue and bone injuries; causes, symptoms, and management of injuries; nutrition; physical fitness; and career opportunities. In addition to this ongoing classroom instruction, students will rotate through on-the-job training experiences with local physical therapists, chiropractors, athletic trainers, physical education instructors, and recreational facility managers. Throughout the course, the students' core academic skills and ability to deal with people will be stressed.

Transcript title and course number: Sports Medicine 096498

Grades: 11-12; San Marcos High School

This class is taken in conjunction with Sports Medicine. Students are required to observe professionals in the field of Sports Medicine. This internship is a "0" period class and arranged by the instructor.

Transcript title and course number: Sports Med Comm 096504

Grades: 9-12; Dos Pueblos High School

This course introduces students to architectural design principles as they are used to develop interior and exterior living areas. Units of work include: Basic elements of Architectural Design, introduction to Uniform Building Code standards, introduction to elements of fine arts as they pertain to Architectural Design, individual room and space planning, and the completion of a student portfolio which contains a completed set of working drawings for a two bedroom, one bath house. Plans will be completed using SketchUp and AutoCAD software. Sketches, floor plans, electrical plans, foundation plans, elevations, cross sections, details and site plans will be completed in this class. The purpose of our CAD course is to introduce students to the fields of drafting and engineering. They will become proficient at using drafting standards to create accurate multiview and 3D drawings by hand or with CAD software. Students will be prepared to confidently matriculate into entry level positions as engineering technicians and/or enroll as freshmen in university college majors such as: engineering, architecture, or landscape architecture. This class allows the student to experience CAD design using current industry based software, skills, and design aesthetics which can lead to a career in the engineering and/or architectural fields. Students will learn how to design and draw mechanical objects and floor plans using industry based techniques and methods; design and build models in both 2-D and 3-D; acquire spatial acuity and good design aesthetics, and understand the depth of knowledge necessary to pursue a post-secondary degree or career in the engineering/architectural fields.

Transcript title and course number: Draftng & Desgn 044370

Grades: 9-12; San Marcos High School; Santa Barbara High School; Dos Pueblos High School

This course provides film and television students a comprehensive experience in the skill of creating video productions. Development of powers of expression are emphasized along with technical skills associated with professional quality video. Videography, editing, computer graphics, and TV studio operation are introduced and additionally supported by work in film studies, screenwriting, and project management. This class supports the school and staff by videotaping events and activities that appear in a school TV production (sports, classroom instruction, and school and community activities). Students work in teams to produce videos of their own design.

Transcript title and course number: Video Prod 1 P 096981

Grades: 9-12; Santa Barbara High School; Dos Pueblos High School

This course provides film and television students a comprehensive experience in the skill of creating video productions. Development of powers of expression are emphasized along with technical skills associated with professional quality video. Videography, editing, computer graphics, and TV studio operation are introduced and additionally supported by work in film studies, screenwriting, and project management. This class supports the school and staff by videotaping events and activities that appear in a school TV production (sports, classroom instruction, and school and community activities). Students work in teams to produce videos of their own design.

Transcript title and course number: Video Prod 2 P 096982

Grades: 9-12; Santa Barbara High School; Dos Pueblos High School

This course provides film and television students a comprehensive experience in the skill of creating video productions. Development of powers of expression are emphasized along with technical skills associated with professional quality video. Videography, editing, computer graphics, and TV studio operation are introduced and additionally supported by work in film studies, screenwriting, and project management. This class supports the school and staff by videotaping events and activities that appear in a school TV production (sports, classroom instruction, and school and community activities). Students work in teams to produce videos of their own design.

Transcript title and course number: Vid Prod Adv P 096983

Grades: 10-12

This two-semester simulated business class is designed to give students the experience of working in a real business environment. Virtual Enterprise (VE) is the capstone class for the Business Pathway. Students engage in a variety of activities including: market research; advertising; buying and selling products and services; accounting; paying wages and taxes; and negotiating loans with a central bank. Students have the opportunity to participate in two Virtual Enterprise Trade Fairs with other VE students throughout the State of California. Fundraising activities are an integral part of the VE coursework. Trade Fair competition includes Best Booth Design, Business Plan, Salesmanship, Company Catalogue, HR Manual, Web Page, and Company Video. This course also satisfies the district Economics requirement for graduation in the spring semester.

Transcript title and course number: VirtEntrpSL ROP 096219

Grades: 10-12; San Marcos High School

This two-semester simulated business class is designed to give students the experience of working in a real business environment. Virtual Enterprise (VE) is the capstone class for the Business Pathway. Students engage in a variety of activities including: market research; advertising; buying and selling products and services; accounting; paying wages and taxes; and negotiating loans with a central bank. Students have the opportunity to participate in two Virtual Enterprise Trade Fairs with other VE students throughout the State of California. Fundraising activities are an integral part of the VE coursework. Trade Fair competition includes Best Booth Design, Business Plan, Salesmanship, Company Catalogue, HR Manual, Web Page, and Company Video. This course also satisfies the district Economics requirement for graduation in the spring semester.

Transcript title and course number: VirtualEntrpFL 096222

Grades: 10-12; San Marcos High School

This two-semester simulated business class is designed to give students the experience of working in a real business environment. Virtual Enterprise (VE) is the capstone class for the Business Pathway. Students engage in a variety of activities including: market research; advertising; buying and selling products and services; accounting; paying wages and taxes; and negotiating loans with a central bank. Students have the opportunity to participate in two Virtual Enterprise Trade Fairs with other VE students throughout the State of California. Fundraising activities are an integral part of the VE coursework. Trade Fair competition includes Best Booth Design, Business Plan, Salesmanship, Company Catalogue, HR Manual, Web Page, and Company Video. This course also satisfies the district Economics requirement for graduation in the spring semester.

Transcript title and course number: VirtualEntrpSC 096223

Grades: 7-8; La Colina Junior High School; Santa Barbara Junior High School

Woodworking and Construction Technology (7th/8th): This one-year course will examine different aspects of the residential and commercial construction industry including carpentry, and painting, with a particular emphasis on finish carpentry and woodworking. Through a hands-on approach, students will learn these aspects of today's high-tech construction industry and will begin to be prepared, both through academics and practical application, for more advanced work in construction. Safe work habits and the appropriate use of tools and equipment will be emphasized throughout the year.

Transcript title and course number: Wood&ConstrTech 841010