• Computer Programming introduces students to the basics of computer programming. Students will learn using Matlab, one of the most widely used environments among engineers and scientists, both in industry and academia. The computer language used in Matlab is easily transferable to other popular languages such as C++ and Java. Topics to be covered include programming basics, conditional statements, loops, vectors, strings, and cells. Students will use the concepts they learn to create their own programs in Matlab to solve complex problems.

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  • In this semester long Middle School Library and Research Skills course, cadets will learn about the Dewey Decimal system of organization, and understand the research process. Cadets will learn how to use library reference materials, print and online resources, learn effective strategies to retrieve relevant information and correctly cite the information they have found. The scaffolding of lessons in this course requires a variety of activities in order to progress to the next level. 

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  • Computer Applications aims to familiarize students with basic computer programs that will be required frequently in high school courses. Students will become familiar with the basics of each program as well as begin to use some of the more advanced features. Programs to be covered include Microsoft Word, Excel, and Powerpoint, as well as some online web-based tools such as photo editing with Picnik and website creation with Webs. Students will also learn about legal isues regarding computers such as copyright laws.

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