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Computer Science Information Technology Class Full Semester

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Welcome to The Full Computer Science / Information Technology Semester Curriculum class covering the main subjects on most courses: Computer repair, Media technology, Computer programming, Film, Graphic design, Media technology, Video game design and so much more.

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Class 1: Introduction to Computer Components (Part 1)
Class 2: Exploring Computer Components Further (Part 2)
Class 3: Beginning Computer Building (Part 1)
Class 4: Advancing in Computer Building (Part 2)
Class 5: Continuing Computer Building (Part 3)
Class 6: Furthering Skills in Computer Building (Part 4)
Class 7: Mastering Computer Building (Part 5)
Class 8: Completing the Computer Building Series (Part 6)
Class 9: Installing an Operating System
Class 10: Introduction to Artificial Intelligence (AI)
Class 11: Automation and Artificial Intelligence
Class 12: Using ChatGPT
Class 13: Hacking Life with ChatGPT AI
Class 14: Internet Safety (Part 1)
Class 15: Internet Safety (Continued – Part 2)
Class 16: Tech Scams to Watch Out For

The flexible schedule (Flex Class) allows your learners to watch the pre-recorded videos and do them at a time that is FUN for them! You can also spend extra time on the topics your child is most interested in. Since this is a flex class with no live meetings, students can log in at a convenient time to complete the Class’s lesson.

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What is the class structure?
Our dynamic class structure combines insightful lectures, interactive discussions, and practical activities, ensuring that students gain both the theoretical knowledge and practical skills necessary to excel in their academic journey. By exploring various learning styles and memorization strategies, we aim to personalize the learning experience, enabling each student to discover the most effective study methods that resonate with their unique learning preferences.