Business Information Management I (BIM I)
Instructor: Dana Key
E-Mail Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Conference Periods – A3 and B3
Tutorials: 8:20 – 8:40 Daily & by appointment
COURSE DESCRIPTION: Business Computer Information Systems I (BCIS I) is designed to help students develop skills in operation of the computer, speed and accuracy in keyboarding, and production of word processing (letters and reports), database, and electronic spreadsheet materials. Desktop publishing, telecommunication, and presentations will also be covered.
TEXTBOOKS: DDC BCIS I - MICROSOFT OFFICE 2013 and other materials
SOFTWARE: Windows 2007, Microsoft Office, MicroType Pro and MicroPace Pro, and other supplemental software
OUTLINE OF CLASS:
1st 6 Weeks: Student will learn about basic technology concepts including operating systems, utilities and basic hardware concepts. Students will also learn how to format and produce business documents using Microsoft Word.
2nd 6 Weeks & 3rd 6 Weeks: Students will continue to learn about business environments and apply those to the use of different technologies. While exploring different business environments the students will utilize business mathematics while using Microsoft Excel spreadsheet software.
4th 6 Weeks: Students will learn about research management, database management, and using Microsoft Access.
5th 6 weeks: Students will be learning and demonstrating basic presentation concepts and utilization of Microsoft PowerPoint.
6th 6 weeks: Students will learn to integrate all Microsoft products and utilize them in business environments.
The following grading percentages will serve as a basis for the grades for this class:Major Assessments: 60% of final nine weeks gradeMinor Assessments: 40% of final nine weeks grade
Introduction. Students implement personal and interpersonal skills to strengthen individual performance in the workplace and in society and to make a successful transition to the workforce and/or postsecondary education. Students apply technical skills to address business applications of emerging technologies.
· All computer make-up work should be done at school during morning or afternoon tutorials.
· It will be the student's responsibility to see that makeup work is completed within the specified timeframe.
REASSESSMENT OPPORTUNITIES MUST BE EARNED BY MEETING THE FOLLOWING CRITERIA:
· Students receiving a 90 or higher have demonstrated adequate mastery and will not have the opportunity to reassess.
Students scoring below a 90 may reassess ONE time, for a possible final score of 90.
The steps for reassessment are as follows:
- Complete a "Request to Reassess" form. This must be submitted to the teacher by the studnet.
- All work tied to the assessment must be completed and mastery demonstrated to ear reassessment.
- The reassessment must be completed within 4 school days of receiving the original grade.
NON-ACADEMIC BEHAVIOR: Actions that impede the learning process such as: not completing assignments, chronically turning in late work, etc. may be met with disciplanary measures. Below is Career and Technology's policy for dealing with problematic non-academic behavior:
1st offense: Warning/Redirection
2nd offense: Mandatory Tutorials
3rd offense: Parent Contact
4th offense: Office Referral
· All policies in the STUDENT HANDBOOK will be followed.
· Students will sit in assigned seats and be held responsible for equipment and furniture at their workstation.
· Be in your assigned seat when the tardy bell rings.
· Be respectful of your classmates as well as your teacher!
· Students will not be allowed to leave the classroom without a pass.
TEXAS ESSENTIAL KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS:
(a) General requirements. This course is recommended for students in Grades 9-12. Recommended prerequisite: Touch Systems Data Entry.
(b) Introduction. Students implement personal and interpersonal skills to strengthen individual performance in the workplace and in society and make a successful transition to the workforce and postsecondary education. Students apply technical skills to address business applications of emerging technologies, create word-processing documents, develop a spreadsheet, formulate a database, and make an electronic presentation using appropriate software.
(c) Knowledge and skills.
(1) The student coordinates information management and business management to aid in business planning. The student is expected to:
(A) explain the strategic role of information systems and information communication technology within an organization;
(B) determine risks and rewards of developing a strategic role for information systems and information communication technology; and
(C) integrate information systems planning with business planning.
(2) The student enhances usability of systems operations to support business strategies and operations. The student is expected to:
(A) identify the management information requirements and business needs of an organization; and
(B) explain issues involved in designing and developing systems for different environments.
(3) The student analyzes available software packages for use in business settings. The student is expected to:
(A) determine equipment and supplies needed;
(B) establish equipment and supplies maintenance systems;
(C) schedule equipment maintenance;
(D) use equipment and supplies maintenance procedures; and
(E) operate a scanner.
(4) The student uses the computer's operating system to execute work responsibilities. The student is expected to:
(A) move files in the computer operating system; and
(B) create directories.
(5) The student applies word-processing technology. The student is expected to:
(A) identify customary styles of business documents;
(B) improve touch-system skills using the keyboard and keypad to input data;
(C) use hardware and software flexibility needed to produce documents to address different computer applications; and
(D) demonstrate writing techniques generating ideas and gathering information relevant to the topic and purpose, maintaining accurate records of outside sources.
(6) The student identifies database software to create databases that facilitate business decision making. The student is expected to:
(A) explain the principles of data analysis;
(B) explain the nature of tools that can be used to access information in the database system;
(C) choose appropriate software;
(D) define fields and type of data;
(E) enter database structure;
(F) define relationships of tables;
(G) analyze company's data requirements;
(H) design a database to meet business requirements; and
(I) identify database trends.
(7) The student applies data entry techniques to enter information in databases. The student is expected to:
(A) access information in the database system;
(B) build data in a data warehouse;
(C) create a meaningful data set;
(D) enter data into databases, tables, and forms;
(E) edit data in databases, tables, and forms;
(F) create an interface user form for easier entry of data; and
(G) import and export databases.
(8) The student uses commands to retrieve data and create reports from databases. The student is expected to:
(A) retrieve data from tables and queries;
(B) formulate queries;
(C) create and print reports; and
(D) manipulate data in the database management system.
(9) The student applies data mining methods to acquire pertinent information for business decision making. The student is expected to:
(A) discuss the nature of data mining;
(B) describe data mining tools and techniques;
(C) discuss the importance of ethics in data mining;
(D) demonstrate basic data mining techniques; and
(E) interpret data mining findings.
(10) The student uses project management processes to plan a business project. The student is expected to:
(A) initiate a business project;
(B) design a business project; and
(C) participate in leadership and career development activities.
(11) The student applies spreadsheet technology. The student is expected to:
(A) perform mathematical processes, including:
(i) addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division;
(ii) percentages and decimals;
(iii) order of operations principle;
(iv) estimation; and
(v) prediction of patterns of data; and
(B) formulate and produce solutions to a variety of business problems, including:
(i) budget, personal, and business;
(v) balance sheets;
(vi) profit-loss statements;
(vii) income tax preparation;
(viii) charts and graphs; and
(ix) conversion of foreign currencies.
(12) The student applies presentation management technology. The student is expected to:
(A) identify the guidelines for using graphics, fonts, and special effects in presentations;
(B) analyze the effectiveness of multimedia presentations; and
(C) determine the appropriate technology to create and deliver an effective presentation.Printable PDF Format: BIM I Syllabus