Industrial Technology 8 is a course that will introduce you to manufacturing and production technologies as well as basic woodworking
IT 8 Instructor: Jared J. Eichten Pine City Industrial Technology
Course Description: During This class the different types of manufacturing will be broken down and analyzed. These being mass production, job lot, and custom manufacturing. We will also study marketing and advertisement design using the standard design elements. After written competency is attained, students will make an advertisement for a product of their choice (school appropriate). Metric and English measurement will be studied and mastered. There will also be a safety/tool identification unit and woodworking projects to follow. After required projects are finished, if there is extra time, students will be allowed to produce a project of their own. The project has to be approved by the instructor, after plans are drawn and submitted.
Class Procedures: Be Prompt: Entering the Classroom: Students will enter the classroom prepared to begin the warm-up problems/activity. The students should come to class with their (list specific materials). Students should be in their seat when the bell rings and ready to begin class without being prompted to do so. The warm-up activity will be posted on the front board.
Ending Class: Students are expected to stay in their seats until they are dismissed by the teacher, not the bell.
Chromebooks must remain under your desk unless you are instructed to take them out.
Chromebooks must be flat on your desk when in use.
Chromebooks are only to be used for (your class) related activities (no emailing, messaging, or checking grades unless instructed to do so).
Teachers have the right to look through your Chromebook.
If you are using the Chromebook inappropriately, you will be given one warning. If the behavior continues, it will be taken away.
1:1 Device Management Plan As a member of a 1:1 program, it is your responsibility to bring your device to class each day charged and ready for use. Failure to do so will result in your being sent to the Media Center to receive a violation. If your device is in need of charging it will be kept and charged for the remainder of the class hour or until it reaches 50%. It is your responsibility to pick it up between classes. Loaner devices are available only for devices that are in for repair Violation #1 - Warning Violation #2 - Detention Violation #3 - Detention and loss of privilege to take device home for the period of 20 school days
When the teacher (include your launch button) you may begin working.
When the teacher (include your attention getter) you need to stop and give your full attention.
Respect the people, equipment, and furnishings in the room.
Adjust your voice level to suit the activity.
Follow directions the first time they are given.
Observe all rules in the student handbook.
If You Choose to not be Considerate
First time: Non verbal (the look)
Second time: Walk and stand by (let the student know you are there)
Third time: Coupling Statement (“Right now you’re blurting, a better choice would be to raise your hand.”)
Fourth time: Refocus Form in the Classroom
Fifth time: Refocus Form in Room 226/Options Room
Sixth time: Removal to the office
Students will be expected to bring a pencil, paper, and folder to every class session.
Students will be expected to follow all class rules.
Students will be expected to conduct themselves in a safe and orderly manner during class and lab time.
Students will treat others with respect and dignity.
Students will be expected to use their class and lab time productively.
Students will be expected to be responsible for getting their assignments turned in on time, and pick up their own make up work.
Students are expected to be responsible for their own grade.
Exams and Quizzes - There will be exams/quizzes pertaining to the topics we discuss and work with in class. Points are not weighted in this class, and your grade will be determined by a collaboration of lab and exam points.