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2008 - 2009. Mission of CTE Courses. To provide offerings that meet student needs, interests, abilities, and aspirations and respond to actual or anticipated opportunities for employment, advanced education, and practical life application. CTE Departments at Panther Creek High School.

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Mission of cte courses
Mission of CTE Courses

To provide offerings that meet student needs, interests, abilities, and aspirations and respond to actual or anticipated opportunities for employment, advanced education, and practical life application.


Cte departments at panther creek high school
CTE Departments atPanther Creek High School

  • Business and Information Technology Education

  • Family and Consumer Sciences Education

  • Marketing Education

  • Technology Education

  • Trade and Industrial Education


Final exams
Final Exams

  • CTE post assessments are given at the end of each CTE course

    • State tests (no exemptions)

    • 100-question multiple-choice questions



Business and information technology bite courses
Business and Information Technology (BITE) Courses

  • Principles of Business

  • Computer Applications I

  • Computer Applications II

  • E-Commerce

  • Programming I

  • Programming II


6200 principles of business and personal finance
6200 Principles of Businessand Personal Finance

  • Business in a Changing World

  • The Consumer’s Impact on Business

  • Leadership/Communication Skills

  • Taxes and Spending


6200 principles of business and personal finance1
6200 Principles of Businessand Personal Finance

  • Money Management

  • Banking

  • Credit

  • Savings & Investments

  • Insurance

  • Careers in Business & Marketing


6411 computer applications i
6411 Computer Applications I

  • The Internet

    • Search tools and search methods

    • Electronic communication and online safety

  • Word

    • Business documents

      • Resume, business letter, memo, agenda, minutes, itinerary, research report, table of contents, news/press release

    • Business publications

      • Business card, letterhead stationery, flyer, brochure, newsletter


6411 computer applications i1
6411 Computer Applications I

  • Excel

    • Spreadsheets used in business

    • Charts/graphs used in business

  • Databases

    • Tables used in business

    • Queries, forms, and reports used in business

  • PowerPoint

    • Understanding and developing multimedia business presentations


6412 computer applications ii
6412 Computer Applications II

  • Prerequisite – Computer Applications I

  • Unit 1 – Exploring New Technology

  • Unit 2 – Internet Applications

  • Unit 3 – Integrating Technology

    • Desktop Publishing

    • Multimedia Production

    • Web Page Design


6415 e commerce honors
6415 e-Commerce (Honors)

  • Prerequisite – Computer Applications II

  • Online Course – Student needs to have self-discipline to keep up with their assignments.

  • Unit 1 – E-Commerce Basics

  • Unit 2 – Social, Legal, and Ethical Issues of e-Commerce

  • Unit 3 – Web Site Development


6421 computer programming i
6421 Computer Programming I

  • Prerequisite: Algebra I recommended

  • Visual Basic.NET Environment

  • Object Oriented Programming

  • Proper Programming Style


6421 computer programming i1
6421 Computer Programming I

  • Solution Development Process

  • Coding Structure, Decision making, Looping

  • Programmer defined modules

  • Use of Arrays


Program example investment calculator
Program Example:Investment Calculator


Program code investment calculator
Program Code:Investment Calculator

  • Public Class Form1

  • Private Sub btnInvestmentValue_Click(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles btnInvestmentValue.Click

  • Dim monthlyInvest As Decimal 'monthly investment amount

  • Dim rate As Double 'yearly interest rate

  • Dim monthlyRate As Double 'monthly interest rate

  • Dim years As Integer 'length of investment in years

  • Dim term As Integer 'length of investment in months

  • Dim futureValue As Decimal 'Future Value of investment

  • Dim isValid As Boolean 'flag to determine if data is valid

  • 'Get Montly Payment

  • GetDollarAmount(Me.txtMonthlyInvestment, monthlyInvest, isValid)

  • If isValid Then

  • 'Get Interest Rate

  • GetPercentAmount(Me.txtRate, rate, isValid)

  • End If

  • If isValid Then

  • 'Get length of investment

  • If Me.cboLengthYears.SelectedIndex >= 0 Then

  • years = Val(Me.cboLengthYears.SelectedItem) 'user selected item

  • Else

  • 'Validate that a year entered is numeric

  • If IsNumeric(Me.cboLengthYears.Text) Then

  • years = Val(Me.cboLengthYears.Text) 'user typed value

  • Else

  • 'Set flag to prevent further calculations due to invalid year

  • isValid = False

  • End If

  • End If

  • End If

  • If isValid Then

  • 'Proceed with calculations once all input data is found to be valid

  • monthlyRate = rate / 12

  • term = years * 12

  • 'Display value of investment at 5 year intervals

  • For currentTerm As Integer = 1 To term Step 60 'step by 5 years

  • futureValue = FV(monthlyRate, currentTerm, -monthlyInvest)

  • Me.lstInvestmentValue.Items.Add("At year " & _

  • Math.Round(currentTerm / 12, 0) & " your investment is worth " & _

  • Format(futureValue, "Currency"))

  • Next

  • futureValue = FV(monthlyRate, term, -monthlyInvest)

  • Me.lstInvestmentValue.Items.Add("At year " & term / 12 & _

  • " your investment is worth " & Format(futureValue, "Currency"))

  • Else

  • 'Display an error message if any of the input data is invalid

  • Me.lstInvestmentValue.Items.Add("Data is Invalid.")

  • End If

  • 'Processes data in a text box to read a percentage amount, if any.

  • '

  • 'post: percent has been assigned a decimal number if numeric

  • 'data with or without a % is stored in the text box.

  • 'isValid has been set to True if a numeric value is stored

  • 'in the text box.

  • '

  • Sub GetPercentAmount(ByValtxtUserData As TextBox, ByRef percent As Double, ByRefisValid As Boolean)

  • Dim testAmount As String

  • isValid = False 'assume nonnumeric data

  • If txtUserData.Text <> Nothing Then

  • testAmount = txtUserData.Text

  • testAmount = testAmount.TrimEnd("%") 'delete %

  • If IsNumeric(testAmount) Then 'numeric data

  • If Val(testAmount) >= 1 Then 'convert data

  • percent = Val(testAmount) / 100

  • Else

  • percent = Val(testAmount)

  • End If

  • isValid = True

  • End If

  • End If

  • End Sub

  • Private Sub InputValues_Changed(ByVal SENDER As System.Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles txtMonthlyInvestment.TextChanged, cboLengthYears.TextChanged, cboLengthYears.SelectedIndexChanged, txtRate.TextChanged

  • Me.lstInvestmentValue.Items.Clear()

  • End Sub

  • End Class


6422 computer programming ii honors
6422 Computer Programming II (Honors)

  • Prerequisite: Computer Programming I

  • Programming and Software Engineering

  • Advanced Object Oriented Programming Concepts

  • Programs with multiple forms


6422 computer programming ii
6422 Computer Programming II

  • Error-Handling Logic

  • Data Storage and Access

  • Use of Databases

  • Develop Projects using Systems Development Life Cycle



Family and consumer sciences facs courses
Family and Consumer Sciences (FACS) Courses

  • Teen Living

  • Apparel Development I

  • Apparel Development II

  • Foods I - Fundamentals

  • Foods II - Advanced

  • Housing and Interiors I


Mission of cte courses

7015 Teen Living

  • Teen Living can be thought of as the “buffet” of the FACS classes. Students get a little taste of everything that the FACS department offers.

  • This course is recommended for 9th graders.

  • Teen Living covers Child Development, Clothing Care and basic sewing. Interior Design, time/money management, resume writing, and the always popular… foods and nutrition.

  • After taking Teen Living the students can see which section they enjoyed most and sign up for that career cluster.


7035 apparel development i
7035 Apparel Development I

  • Basic sewing course including basic construction techniques, small projects, and one garment.

  • Very basic design elements and principles

  • Points of interest

  • It’s not a fashion design course

  • Students will not design or make their own apparel

  • Boys are welcome

  • Who can benefit from this course?

  • Course suited for Freshmen and Sophomores that have an interest in sewing


7036 apparel development ii
7036 Apparel Development II

  • Pre-requisite Apparel I

  • Advanced Course - Recommended for: Juniors, Seniors or advanced level students.

  • In depth study of Fibers, Fabrics and Weaves.

  • Research on the History of fashion and couture designers.

  • Application of Elements and Principles of design to current fashion.

  • Construct samples of advanced sewing techniques used in couture clothes.

  • Entrepreneurial Project – major portion of course

  • Develop business plan, marketing materials, logo, and sample product, for simulated business model.


7045 foods i fundamentals
7045 Foods I - Fundamentals

  • This is a foods and nutrition class.

  • Class covers basic sanitation, in-depth study of nutrition, and selecting and preparing foods from the food guide pyramid.

  • Course includes a limited number of labs.

  • Students who would benefit: Those who wish to learn the basics of cooking or are interested in foods or nutrition careers.


Mission of cte courses

7046 Foods II - Advanced

COURSE OBJECTIVES:

  • Evaluate causes of food borne illness.

  • Demonstrate specialty food preparation skills.

  • Analyze preparation of yeast breads and cakes.

  • Analyze and implement a live entrepreneurial project.

    Foods 2 Does Not equal more cooking!

    Pre-requisite: Foods 1

    Students that should take Foods 2:

    -Students who passed Foods 1 with a B average or above.

    -Students who show an interest in the Food Industry.


7055 housing and interiors
7055 Housing and Interiors

  • Course includes:

  • Housing Options

  • Elements and Principles of Design

  • Backgrounds and Furnishings

  • Furniture

  • Architectural Styles

  • Construction

  • Home Management

  • Careers in Interior Design

  • This is a good class for students interested in interior design, real estate, architecture, and the housing industry.

  • Course suited for Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors



Marketing me courses
Marketing (ME) Courses

  • Small Business Entrepreneurship

  • Marketing

  • Sports and Entertainment Marketing


6615 small business entrepreneurship deca
6615 Small Business Entrepreneurship & DECA

  • Business Plan is major goal (30 pages)

  • Traits Required

  • Ethics/Responsibilities

  • Ownership & Laws

  • Financial Options

  • Marketing

  • Management

  • Business Risks

2008 DECA State Winners 13 Went to National Competition


6615 small business entrepreneurship deca1
6615 Small Business Entrepreneurship & DECA

  • Site Selection

  • Product Selection

  • Employee Training

  • Business Image

  • Accounting Principles

    • Income Statement

    • Balance Sheet

    • Sales Projections

  • Many parents tell us they want to take the course!

Highcroft Elementary Fair September 08


6621 marketing deca
6621 Marketing & DECA

  • Marketing Mix

    • Price, Product, Promotion, & Place

  • Economic Principles

    • Factors of Production

    • Economic Utilities

    • Supply & Demand and Elasticity theory

    • Economic Systems

  • Business ownership options and laws governing each

2009 DECA District Competitors (Some of the 100 Competitors)Panther Creek was the top scoring school!


6621 marketing
6621 Marketing

  • Communication Skills

  • Selling Techniques – B2B vs. Consumer

  • Promotional Strategies

  • Visual Merchandising

  • Advertising Campaign

  • Marketing Career Options

2009 Frozen 5K DECA Chapter Project


6670 sports entertainment marketing deca
6670 Sports & Entertainment Marketing & DECA

  • #1 Myth – You will watch ESPN! Sorry not so!

  • Specific application of marketing theories to the billion dollar world of sports and entertainment industry.

  • Sponsorship Marketing

  • Event Planning

  • Stadium Development

  • Competitive Event in DECA



Technology education courses
Technology Education Courses

  • Scientific & Technical Visualization I

  • Scientific & Technical Visualization II

  • Fundamentals of Technology

  • Communication Systems

  • Transportation Systems


Instructor jonathan armfield

Instructor: Jonathan Armfield

Scientific & Technical Visualization


Introduction to sci vis
Introduction to Sci Vis

  • Discovery Video


What sci vis i has to offer
What SCI VIS I has to offer:

  • Intro into Scientific Visualization history and theory

  • Computer Unit (Hardware, Software, Ethics)

  • Design Fundamentals

  • Graphing

  • 3D Modeling/ 2D Design

  • Semester Visualization Project


What sci vis ii honors has to offer
What SCI VIS II (Honors) has to offer

  • Advanced Tools and Theory in Sci Vis

  • High Level Projects

    • Cells

    • Plate Tectonics

    • DNA Fingerprinting

    • Simple Machines


Importance of sci vis to panther creek
Importance of Sci Visto Panther Creek

  • Knowledge and appreciation of cutting edge field in Sci Vis

  • Skills in Graphic Design (2D & 3D)

  • Understanding and Logic of Design Software

  • Reinforcement of Core Curriculum classes

    • Science

    • Math

    • Social Studies


The horizon of sci vis
The Horizon of Sci Vis

  • Tech Studies (Focus on Sci Vis)

    • Small number grouped with Sci Vis I

    • Semester project which could assist with NC’s GP requirement

  • Game Design Course

    • Currently being piloted by Guilford County Schools

    • Game Design is booming industry in our area


8110 fundamentals of technology
8110 Fundamentals of Technology

  • Prerequisite – None

  • Ideal student

    • Freshmen-Junior

    • Student interested in engineering or design

  • Course Description:

    • This course covers introduction level engineering concepts in robotics, stress analysis, electronics, computer repair, graphic design, and CNC milling.


8125 communication systems
8125 Communication Systems

  • Prerequisite – Fundamentals of Technology

  • Ideal student

    • Sophomore-Senior

    • Student interested in engineering or design

  • Course Description:

    • This course covers high level engineering concepts in robotics, drafting, graphic design, desktop publishing, and video editing.


8126 transportation systems
8126 Transportation Systems

  • Prerequisite – Fundamentals of Technology

  • Ideal student

    • Sophomore-Senior

    • Student interested in engineering or design

  • Course Description:

    • This course covers high level engineering concepts in transportation. Students will make models of land, air, water, and space transportation.



Trade and industrial education t i courses
Trade and Industrial Education (T&I) Courses

  • Printing Graphics I

  • Printing Graphics II


7911 printing graphics i
7911 Printing Graphics I

  • This course introduces graphic communications and imaging technology with emphasis on printing production, publishing, and packaging industries.

  • Thinking skills, science, math, leadership, and visual art concepts are reinforced in this course.


7912 printing graphics ii
7912 Printing Graphics II

  • Pre-requisite: Printing Graphics I (B or better)

  • This course covers the entire printing graphic process, from design stage, to printing, bindery, and distribution stages. Topics include advanced safety, production planning layout, design, electronic imaging, reproduction photography, image assembly, plate making, duplicator operations, finishing, binding, screen printing, and flexography.

  • Thinking skills, science, math, leadership, and visual art concepts are reinforced in this course (Geometry and Art I are recommended prerequisites)

  • Successful students are very independent, organized, and self-driven students capable of working independently, in groups and on long-term projects.


Printing graphics
Printing Graphics

  • Learn

    • Learn printing operations and techniques (safety, printing business and printing press)

    • Learn graphic design through Adobe Creative Suite 2: InDesign, Illustrator and Photoshop

  • Concepts

    • Concepts focus on factual content, include problem-solving and analytical thinking

  • Application

    • Application of content specific knowledge done through formal and informal assessments: classroom exercises, quizzes, tests and projects

  • Reflective

    • Reflective and self-evaluative review upon knowledge of printing and graphics through written reflections, oral presentation and self-evaluations of every project


Mission of cte courses

PG 1 | Portrait Project

PG 2 | Advertising Project

PG 1 | Package Design

PG | Mass Production