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Teaching Networking in ICE 3M and ICE 3E. Presented By: Peter Fujiwara. Presentation Objectives. Understand Ministry Expectations Understand what is required and what should be taught Review some networking content (hands-on). ICE 3M: Theory & Foundation.

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Teaching Networkingin ICE 3M and ICE 3E

Presented By: Peter Fujiwara


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Presentation Objectives

  • Understand Ministry Expectations

  • Understand what is required and what should be taught

  • Review some networking content (hands-on)


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ICE 3M: Theory & Foundation

Hardware,Interfaces,and Networking Systems

By the end of this course, students will:

  • explain the function and interaction of the basic components (e.g., CPU, I/O devces, memory) of a computer system;

  • describe the function and interaction of computer peripherals (e.g., mouse, key-board, screen, printer);

  • identify differences between stand-alone and network hardware;

  • describe similarities and differences between network and desktop operating systems.


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ICE 3M: Skills and Processes

Hardware,Interfaces,and Networking Systems

By the end of this course, students will:

  • build interfaces that control hardware components (e.g., LEDs, direct current motors, and stepper motors);

  • verify the correctness of the input and output of a system consisting of a computer, interface, and a hardware device;

  • properly install and configure key software and hardware components and peripherals;

  • properly install and configure a work-station operating system, including a network connection;

  • demonstrate an ability to download freeware utilities;

  • use utilities to compress and expand files;

  • properly implement standard network protocols for file transfer.


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ICE 3M: Impact and Consequences

Specific Expectations

By the end of this course, students will:

  • describe the evolution and historical impact of developments in computer hardware;

  • explain how computer technology affects daily life;

  • explain how computer technology affects use of networked systems (e.g., complexity, compatibility, security);

  • examine a number of available sources of information using a computer network and evaluate their ease of use and reliability;


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ICE 3M: Networking Expectations

  • identify differences between stand-alone and network hardware;

  • properly install and configure a work-station operating system, including a network connection;

  • demonstrate an ability to download freeware utilities;

  • properly implement standard network protocols for file transfer.

  • explain how computer technology affects use of networked systems (e.g., complexity, compatibility, security);


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ICE 3E: Theory & Foundation

Hardware,Interfaces,and Networking Systems

By the end of this course, students will:

  • describe the advantages and disadvantages of networked versus stand-alone computing;

  • describe the concept of a global computer network;

  • explain the similarities and differences between local and wide area networks;

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ICE 3E: Skills and Processes

Hardware,Interfaces,and Networking Systems

By the end of this course, students will:

  • properly install and configure expansion components (e.g., video/network/modem cards, memory, secondary storage devices);

    1 of 21 Expectations


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ICE 3E: Impact and Consequences

No Networking related expectations in this section


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ICE 3E: Networking Expectations

  • describe the advantages and disadvantages of networked versus stand-alone computing;

  • describe the concept of a global computer network;

  • explain the similarities and differences between local and wide area networks;

  • properly install and configure expansion components (e.g., video/network/modem cards, memory, secondary storage devices);


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So what do I teach?

  • Create a small network and attach it to the school network

  • Configure the operating system

  • Download and install some networking software (e.g. FTP client and server software)

  • Transfer a file

  • You’re done!!


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Let’s Do it

  • Login

  • Load your browser

  • Go to the following address 129.97.150.38

  • Download and install WarFTPd Version 1.65

  • Use the handout to setup a user

  • Determine your IP address and have a partner download a file from your computer


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