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View475 Business Computer Applications ACohortIDLAStandard9-12BUS105100050BUS105Electiveshttps://docs.google.com/document/d/1nHUGxARxl_vqecKbvSTIF3YaHSeU-ySG5-pFw9SE634/export?format=pdfComputer Applications A is a CTE course to develop and apply basic skills in word processing, spreadsheet, and presentation applications. Students will review basic computer and keyboarding skills and explore specific skills in business productivity applications. Students will learn application skills which align to the Microsoft certification requirements. This course recommends the use of Microsoft Office 2019 but also includes instruction for students using Microsoft Office 2016 and 2013. Unit Titles: Unit 1: Skills for Productivity Unit 2: Word Processing – Creating and Editing Documents Unit 3: Word Processing – Formatting and Customizing Documents Unit 4: Word Processing – Adding and Formatting Objects Unit 5: Spreadsheets – Creating and Editing Workbooks Unit 6: Spreadsheets – Formulas, Functions, and Charts Unit 7: Presentations – Creating and Editing Slide Shows Unit 8: Presentations – Preparing for Delivery Placement Guidelines (suggested prerequisites): None. Prerequisites (required prerequisites): None. Compatibility: This course is NOT Chromebook compatible. Students may not do any of the assignments in Google Docs or Sheets. All assignments and instructions in the course are for Microsoft Office. Required Textbooks and Resources: Microsoft Office 2019 (or 2016 or 2013) with Word, Excel and PowerPoint. Mac or PC with audio capabilities All materials are provided through e-texts and presentations in the course. Lesson materials are provided by and accessed through gcflearnfree.org. Technical Skills Required for Course Activities: Create files with a word processor. Save, download, and attach files to submit assignments. Work in multiple tabs within an Internet browser. Enable Flash within an Internet browser. Other technical skills will be taught within the course.
View476 Business Computer Applications BCohortIDLAStandard9-12BUS105100051BUS106Electiveshttps://docs.google.com/document/d/1nqCOv1neMz7BCMwhAR3tewAV8wNHilv27Y_hHjWye_0/export?format=pdfBusiness Computer Applications B is a CTE course to extend basic skills in word processing, spreadsheet, presentation, and database applications. Students will expand on basic computer application skills and explore advanced skills in business productivity applications. Students will learn application skills which align to the Microsoft certification requirements and have the opportunity to take the certification tests. This course recommends the use of Microsoft Office 2019 but also includes instruction for students using Microsoft Office 2016 and 2013. Unit Titles: Unit 1: Beyond the Basics of Word Unit 2: Production Tools in Word Unit 3: Modifying the Appearance of a Worksheet Unit 4: Working with Data, Macros, and Functions Unit 5: Advanced Features of PowerPoint Unit 6: Introduction to Microsoft Access Unit 7: Creating and Using Queries Unit 8: Creating Forms and Reports Final Exam: In lieu of a proctored Final Exam, you will submit the Final Project for your final exam. Placement Guidelines (suggested prerequisites): None. Prerequisites (required prerequisites): Business Computer Applications A. Compatibility: This course is NOT Chromebook compatible. Required Textbooks and Resources: Microsoft Office 2019 (or 2016 or 2013) with Word, Excel and PowerPoint. Mac or PC with audio capabilities All materials are provided through e-texts and presentations in the course. Lesson materials are provided by and accessed through gcflearnfree.org. Technical Skills Required for Course Activities: Create files with a word processor. Save, download, and attach files to submit assignments. Work in multiple tabs within an Internet browser. Enable Flash within an Internet browser. Other technical skills will be taught within the course.
View486 Dual Credit Fundamentals of Health Professions (CSI)CohortIDLADC10-13PTEH601140010PTEH601Health & Fitnesshttps://docs.google.com/document/d/1kqFvWsl0aYr5WnD3UsbaaQNdEKrpvCClaaVbj6IVo20/export?format=pdfThis CTE course is designed to provide a broad understanding of the U.S. healthcare system and an introduction to the roles of various members of the health team. Current trends in healthcare delivery are briefly discussed. Selected moral, ethical and legal medical dilemmas are included. Fundamentals of Health Professions introduces you to the healthcare industry by providing the background required for all jobs in healthcare and a basic understanding of human anatomy and physiology. The course serves as the prerequisite for students planning to enter the CNA, basic EMT, pharmacy technology, or other healthcare programs. The skills learned in this course are transferable to many health occupations. Other topics include; anatomy & physiology, medical terminology, ethics and safety, and industry leadership. Unit Titles: Unit 1: History of Health Care and Best Practices Unit 2: Ethics, Legality, and Culture of Health Care Unit 3: Employability, Career Development, and Academics of Health Professions Unit 4: Wellness, Human Development, and Professionalism in Health Care Unit 5: Medical Mathematics and Terminology Unit 6: Anatomy and Physiology I Unit 7: Anatomy and Physiology II Unit 8: Anatomy and Physiology III Placement Guidelines (suggested prerequisites): None. Prerequisites (required prerequisites): Sophomore, 2.5 GPA and higher. Compatibility: This course is Chromebook compatible. Required Textbooks and Resources: There is a required textbook for this course. Required Textbook: Health Careers Today, Gerdin, 6th Edition ISBN: 9780323280501 Additional Resources: You are REQUIRED to obtain an approved CPR with Hands-On component certification by the end of the course. The recommended option would be Healthcare Provider CPR, but other certifications are acceptable. Cost of the CPR training is the responsibility of the student. College Information: College of Southern Idaho offers this course for 2 credits as the Introduction to Allied Health, ALLH100. Each credit costs $75 per credit. More information about CSI’s dual credit program is available at: http://www.csi.edu/dualcredit/ Technical Skills Required for Course Activities: Create files with a word processor. Save, download, and attach files to submit assignments. Work in multiple tabs within an Internet browser. Other technical skills will be taught within the course.
View719 Dual Credit Fundamentals of Health Professions (ISU)CohortIDLADC10-13PTEH601140010PTEH605Health & Fitnesshttps://docs.google.com/document/d/1USdCxKBwyhOPjkZpSsJkQdqP4lHQG7ayp3WAxvywV0Y/export?format=pdfThis CTE course is designed to provide a broad understanding of the U.S. healthcare system and an introduction to the roles of various members of the health team. Current trends in healthcare delivery are briefly discussed. Selected moral, ethical and legal medical dilemmas are included. Fundamentals of Health Professions introduces you to the healthcare industry by providing the background required for all jobs in healthcare and a basic understanding of human anatomy and physiology. The course serves as the prerequisite for students planning to enter the CNA, basic EMT, pharmacy technology, or other healthcare programs. The skills learned in this course are transferable to many health occupations. Other topics include; anatomy & physiology, medical terminology, ethics and safety, and industry leadership. Unit Titles: Unit 1: History of Health Care and Best Practices Unit 2: Ethics, Legality, and Culture of Health Care Unit 3: Employability, Career Development, and Academics of Health Professions Unit 4: Wellness, Human Development, and Professionalism in Health Care Unit 5: Medical Mathematics and Terminology Unit 6: Anatomy and Physiology I Unit 7: Anatomy and Physiology II Unit 8: Anatomy and Physiology III Placement Guidelines (suggested prerequisites): None. Prerequisites (required prerequisites): Sophomore, 2.5 GPA and higher. Compatibility: This course is Chromebook compatible. Required Textbooks and Resources: There is a required textbook for this course. Required Textbook: Health Careers Today, Gerdin, 6th Edition ISBN: 9780323280501 Dual Credit Registration: Idaho State University offers this course for 3 credits (HCA 1110, Introduction to the Allied Health Professions). This is a semester-long course, and the student must successfully complete the class to earn credit. Each credit will cost $75. More information about ISU’s dual credit program is available at: https://www.isu.edu/ecp/ Technical Skills Required for Course Activities: Create files with a word processor. Save, download, and attach files to submit assignments. Work in multiple tabs within an Internet browser. Enable Flash within an Internet browser. Other technical skills will be taught within the course.
View607 Dual Credit Fundamentals of Health Professions (LCSC)CohortIDLADC10-13PTEH601140010PTEH602Health & Fitnesshttps://docs.google.com/document/d/1wE4l06u-EVAFXQPbbIFfXCzFqQT2ssDbLurG51SbtwA/export?format=pdfThis CTE course is designed to provide a broad understanding of the U.S. healthcare system and an introduction to the roles of various members of the health team. Current trends in healthcare delivery are briefly discussed. Selected moral, ethical and legal medical dilemmas are included. Fundamentals of Health Professions introduces you to the healthcare industry by providing the background required for all jobs in healthcare and a basic understanding of human anatomy and physiology. The course serves as the prerequisite for students planning to enter the CNA, basic EMT, pharmacy technology, or other healthcare programs. The skills learned in this course are transferable to many health occupations. Other topics include; anatomy & physiology, medical terminology, ethics and safety, and industry leadership. Unit Titles: Unit 1: History of Health Care and Best Practices Unit 2: Ethics, Legality, and Culture of Health Care Unit 3: Employability, Career Development, and Academics of Health Professions Unit 4: Wellness, Human Development, and Professionalism in Health Care Unit 5: Medical Mathematics and Terminology Unit 6: Anatomy and Physiology I Unit 7: Anatomy and Physiology II Unit 8: Anatomy and Physiology III Placement Guidelines (suggested prerequisites): None. Prerequisites (required prerequisites): None. Compatibility: This course is Chromebook compatible. Required Textbooks and Resources: There is a required textbook for this course. Required Textbook: Health Careers Today, Gerdin, 6th Edition ISBN: 9780323280501 College Information: Lewis-Clark State College offers this course for 2 credits: Course Name: Introduction to ALLIED Health Course Code: AHLTH 130 This is a semester long course, and the student must successfully complete the semester to earn credit. Each credit costs $75 per credit. More information about LCSC's dual credit program is available at: http://www.lcsc.edu/dual-credit/ Technical Skills Required for Course Activities: Create files with a word processor. Save, download, and attach files to submit assignments. Work in multiple tabs within an Internet browser. Enable Flash within an Internet browser. Other technical skills will be taught within the course.
View497 Dual Credit Medical Terminology (CSI)CohortIDLADC10-13PTEH603141540PTEH603Health & Fitnesshttps://docs.google.com/document/d/1fhT20jyAbfThXEQrJSb4SPDgKHLqRWmOKmOnr9knt90/export?format=pdfCourse Description: This CTE course is designed to introduce the student to the fundamentals of medical terminology. It includes word structure of basic medical, surgical, and diagnostic terms and procedures, body parts and organs, selected medical specialties, and commonly used medical abbreviations. Students will learn about the following systems: integumentary, digestive, respiratory, cardiovascular, blood, lymphatic, immune, musculoskeletal, urinary, reproductive, endocrine, and nervous. Students will gain an understanding of the functions of each system, analyze related terms, identify abnormal conditions, describe relevant laboratory tests and treatments and apply their new knowledge to understanding medical terms in their proper contexts, such as medical reports and records. This is a very self-directed, fast-paced class for online students, which will provide you with the tools necessary to read, speak, and understand the language of medicine in order to effectively communicate in a medical facility. At the end of this course, students should be able to: -identify the four-word elements used to build medical words. -divide medical words into their component parts. -apply the basic rules to define and build medical words. -identify and define surgical, diagnostic, pathological, adjective, noun, diminutive, and plural suffixes. -recognize and define prefixes of position, number, measurement, and direction. -define common prefixes and suffixes used in medical terminology. -use combining forms, prefixes, suffixes, and word elements to change the meaning of medical roots and create appropriate medical terms. -recognize and use appropriate medical word and phrase abbreviations. -recognize, pronounce, spell, and build words related to body structure and each body system. -identify and define body planes, cavities, quadrants, and regions of the body. -list and identify terms related to direction, position, and planes of the body. -be able to identify and describe the functional relationship between body systems. Unit Titles: Unit 1: Basic Elements of a Medical Word Unit 2: Body Structure and the Integumentary System Unit 3: The Digestive and Respiratory Systems Unit 4: The Cardiovascular, Blood, Lymphatic, and Immune Systems Unit 5: The Musculoskeletal and Urinary Systems Unit 6: The Reproductive System Unit 7: The Endocrine and Nervous Systems Unit 8: The Special Senses Placement Guidelines (suggested prerequisites): Sophomore, 2.5 GPA and higher. Prerequisites (required prerequisites): Fundamentals of Health Professions regular or Dual Credit, Sophomore, 2.5 GPA and higher. Compatibility: This course is Chromebook compatible. Required Textbooks and Resources: There is a required eBook and Medical Language Lab for this course. Purchase of the text and lab will be part of the first assignment in the course. Cost of eBook and Lab: $72.95 College Information: The College of Southern Idaho (CSI) offers this course for 2 credits (ALLH101 Medical Terminology). This is a semester-long course, and the student must successfully complete the class to earn credit. Each credit costs $75 per credit. http://www.csi.edu/dualcredit/
View723 Dual Credit Medical Terminology (ISU)CohortIDLADC10-13PTEH603141540PTEH606Health & Fitnesshttps://docs.google.com/document/d/1w6D5GVBByzEbYeGZTVQQktVnEV1n-_cxZn2VZfsGA04/export?format=pdfCourse Description: This CTE course is designed to introduce the student to the fundamentals of medical terminology. It includes word structure of basic medical, surgical, and diagnostic terms and procedures, body parts and organs, selected medical specialties, and commonly used medical abbreviations. Students will learn about the following systems: integumentary, digestive, respiratory, cardiovascular, blood, lymphatic, immune, musculoskeletal, urinary, reproductive, endocrine, and nervous. Students will gain an understanding of the functions of each system, analyze related terms, identify abnormal conditions, describe relevant laboratory tests and treatments and apply their new knowledge to understanding medical terms in their proper contexts, such as medical reports and records. This is a very self-directed, fast-paced class for online students, which will provide you with the tools necessary to read, speak, and understand the language of medicine in order to effectively communicate in a medical facility. At the end of this course, students should be able to: identify the four-word elements used to build medical words. divide medical words into their component parts. apply the basic rules to define and build medical words. identify and define surgical, diagnostic, pathological, adjective, noun, diminutive, and plural suffixes. recognize and define prefixes of position, number, measurement, and direction. define common prefixes and suffixes used in medical terminology. use combining forms, prefixes, suffixes, and word elements to change the meaning of medical roots and create appropriate medical terms. recognize and use appropriate medical word and phrase abbreviations. recognize, pronounce, spell, and build words related to body structure and each body system. identify and define body planes, cavities, quadrants, and regions of the body. list and identify terms related to direction, position, and planes of the body. be able to identify and describe the functional relationship between body systems. locate the major organs and/or structures of each body system and describe their function. describe diseases, conditions, and procedures related to each body system. explain pharmacology associated with the treatment of disorders within each body system. use medical terminology pertaining to the anatomy and physiology of the more complex systems of the human body. Unit Titles: Unit 1: Basic Elements of a Medical Word Unit 2: Body Structure and the Integumentary System Unit 3: The Digestive and Respiratory Systems Unit 4: The Cardiovascular, Blood, Lymphatic, and Immune Systems Unit 5: The Musculoskeletal and Urinary Systems Unit 6: The Reproductive System Unit 7: The Endocrine and Nervous Systems Unit 8: The Special Senses Placement Guidelines (suggested prerequisites): None Prerequisites (required prerequisites): Fundamentals of Health Professions regular or Dual Credit. Compatibility: This course is Chromebook compatible. Required Textbooks and Resources: There is a required eBook and Medical Language Lab for this course. Purchase of the text and lab will be part of the first assignment in the course. Cost of eBook and Lab: $72.95 College Information: Idaho State University offers this course for 2 credits (HCA 2210 Medical Terminology). This is a semester-long long course, and the student must successfully complete the class to earn credit. Each credit will cost $75. More information about ISU’S dual credit program is available at: https://www.isu.edu/ecp/
View707 Dual Credit Medical Terminology (LCSC)CohortIDLADC10-13PTEH603141540PTEH604Health & Fitnesshttps://docs.google.com/document/d/1kyuEjirDY1jO2dDRnwIGTan5WEmFSrrlmFanoZwNU9E/export?format=pdfThis CTE course is designed to introduce the student to the fundamentals of medical terminology. It includes word structure of basic medical, surgical, and diagnostic terms and procedures, body parts and organs, selected medical specialties, and commonly used medical abbreviations. Students will learn about the following systems: integumentary, digestive, respiratory, cardiovascular, blood, lymphatic, immune, musculoskeletal, urinary, reproductive, endocrine, and nervous. Students will gain an understanding of the functions of each system, analyze related terms, identify abnormal conditions, describe relevant laboratory tests and treatments and apply their new knowledge to understanding medical terms in their proper contexts, such as medical reports and records. This is a very self-directed, fast-paced class for online students, which will provide you with the tools necessary to read, speak, and understand the language of medicine in order to effectively communicate in a medical facility. At the end of this course, students should be able to: -identify the four word elements used to build medical words. -divide medical words into their component parts. -apply the basic rules to define and build medical words. -identify and define surgical, diagnostic, pathological, adjective, noun, diminutive, and plural suffixes. -recognize and define prefixes of position, number, measurement, and direction. -define common prefixes and suffixes used in medical terminology. -use combining forms, prefixes, suffixes, and word elements to change the meaning of medical roots and create appropriate medical terms. -recognize and use appropriate medical word and phrase abbreviations. -recognize, pronounce, spell, and build words related to body structure and each body system. -identify and define body planes, cavities, quadrants, and regions of the body. -list and identify terms related to direction, position, and planes of the body. -be able to identify and describe the functional relationship between body systems. -locate the major organs and/or structures of each body system and describe their function. -describe diseases, conditions, and procedures related to each body system. -explain pharmacology associated with the treatment of disorders within each body system. -use medical terminology pertaining to the anatomy and physiology of the more complex systems of the human body. Unit Titles: Unit 1: Basic Elements of a Medical Word Unit 2: Body Structure and the Integumentary System Unit 3: The Digestive and Respiratory Systems Unit 4: The Cardiovascular, Blood, Lymphatic, and Immune Systems Unit 5: The Musculoskeletal and Urinary Systems Unit 6: The Reproductive System Unit 7: The Endocrine and Nervous Systems Unit 8: Special Senses Placement Guidelines (suggested prerequisites): None Prerequisites (required prerequisites): Fundamentals of Health Professions regular or Dual Credit. Compatibility: This course is Chromebook compatible. Required Textbooks and Resources: There is a required eBook and Medical Language Lab for this course. Purchase of the text and lab will be part of the first assignment in the course. Cost of eBook and Lab: $72.95 College Information: Lewis-Clark State College offers this course for 3 credits (MEDPT-173 Medical Terminology). This is a semester-long course, and the student must successfully complete the class to earn credit. Each credit will cost $75. More information about LCSC’s dual credit program is available at: http://www.lcsc.edu/dual-credit/
View541 Fundamentals of Health ProfessionsCohortIDLAStandard10-12PTEH301140010PTEH301Health & Fitnesshttps://docs.google.com/document/d/1vbvBCUMjT4qxym7ei0Gt23Qt9W4xX97_EO00UGuWCaQ/export?format=pdfThis CTE course is designed to provide a broad understanding of the US health care system and an introduction to the roles of various members of the health team. Current trends in health care delivery are briefly discussed. Selected moral, ethical, and legal medical dilemmas are included. This one-semester course meets Idaho standards for CTE - Health Professions (not general health standards). Fundamentals of Health Professions introduces you to the health care industry by providing the background required for many jobs in health care and a basic understanding of human anatomy and physiology. The course serves as the prerequisite for students planning to enter the CNA, basic EMT, pharmacy technology, or other health care programs. The skills learned in this course are transferable to many health occupations. Unit Titles: Unit 1: History of Health Care and Best Practices Unit 2: Ethics, Legality, and Culture of Health Care Unit 3: Employability, Career Development, and Academics of Health Professions Unit 4: Wellness, Human Development, and Professionalism in Health Care Unit 5: Medical Mathematics and Terminology Unit 6: Anatomy and Physiology I Unit 7: Anatomy and Physiology II Unit 8: Anatomy and Physiology III Placement Guidelines (suggested prerequisites): None. Prerequisites (required prerequisites): None. Compatibility: This course is Chromebook compatible. Required Textbooks and Resources: There is a required textbook for this course. Health Careers Today, Gerdin, 6th Edition ISBN: 9780323280501 Technical Skills Required for Course Activities: Create files with a word processor. Save, download, and attach files to submit assignments. Work in multiple tabs within an Internet browser. Enable Flash within an Internet browser. Other technical skills will be taught within the course.
View658 Intro to Drafting 1ACohortIDLAStandard9-12CCR202211021CCR202Electiveshttps://docs.google.com/document/d/1O_P1jWyjmnKgrnpTKRY7qnapUB88VUrQOCyALY7GIhE/export?format=pdfIntroduction to Drafting is a CTE course to introduce to print reading. Students will develop the skills required to visualize and interpret industrial prints. They will learn the fundamentals of visualizing shapes, line usage, title blocks and notes, systems of measurement, dimensions, and tolerances. Details common to industrial prints and an introduction to geometric dimensioning and tolerancing will also be included. Throughout the course, real industrial prints are used to provide valuable hands-on learning opportunities. Unit Titles: Unit 1: The Language of Drawing and Prints Unit 2: Line Usage and Visualizing Compound Shapes Unit 3: Media Format, Title Blocks, and Text Unit 4: Measurement Systems, Dimensions, and Tolerances Unit 5: Contours, Holes and Angles Unit 6: Section and Auxiliary Views Unit 7: Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing Unit 8: Assembly Drawings Placement Guidelines (suggested prerequisites): None. Prerequisites (required prerequisites): None. Compatibility: This course is Chromebook compatible. Required Textbooks and Resources: Machine Trades Print Reading, Barsamian and Gizelbach, ISBN: 978-1631261053 A one-year subscription to the online version of the textbook can be purchased at https://www.g-w.com/machine-trades-print-reading-2016 Technical Skills Required for Course Activities: Create files with a word processor. Save, download, and attach files to submit assignments. Work in multiple tabs within an Internet browser. Enable Flash within an Internet browser. Other technical skills will be taught within the course.




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