Freshman
IBET
Project Definition
Skill Acquisition
Curricular Integration
Development of the portfolio. . .
“Project Brief”
Science
 Biology
Technology
 Principles of Engineering Technology
Sophomore
Electives
Project Design & Process
Skill Acquisition
Concept Development
Refinement of the portfolio. . .
“Project Brief”
“Resume”
Science
 Chemistry
Electives (available to sophomores thru seniors)
AP Biology
Marine Biology
Recent Advances in Biology
Studies in Bio-nanotechnology
Studies in Neurobiology
Philosophy of Science
Architectural Drawing I and II
Graphic Modeling I and II
Analog Electronics
Digital Electronics
Audio Electronics
Microprocessor Systems
Survey of Analog and Digital
Nature of Materials
Prototype Development
Telecommunications
Video Production
Robotics: Open Loop and Remote/Closed Loop and flexible/ Microcontroller Based/ A/C and Fluid
Junior
Electives
Project Management
Skill Acquisition
Concept Development
Refinement of the portfolio. . .
“Project Brief”
“Resume”
“Laboratory Selection”
Science
 Physics or Advanced Placement Physics
Electives (available to juniors and seniors)
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AP Chemistry
Recent Advances in Neurobiology
DNA Science I and II
Astronomy, Solar System
Astronomy, Universe
Advanced Optics Parts I and II
Quantum Mechanics
Computer Architecture
Artificial Intelligence
Supercomputer Applications
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Comparative Languages
Senior
Technology Lab
Feasibility Study and Research
Project Definition and Design
Development and Testing
Evaluation and Presentation
“The Portfolio”
Science
 Geosystems
[Team option: Geosystems with AP English Composition]
Technology
 Science and Technology Research
Electives
(all previously listed courses are also available)
 Advanced Placement Physics
•Astronomy
•Automation & Robotics
•Biotechnology
•Chemical Analysis
•Computer Aided Design
•Computer Systems
•Energy Systems
•Microelectronics
•Oceanography & Geophysics
•Optics & Modern Physics
•Prototyping & Engineering Materials
•Video Technology & Communications
• Science & Technology Research Lab
•On Site Mentorship
•School Semester Session
•Summer Session
•In House Mentorship
•Prepare students for...the 21st Century
•Enhanced appreciation for the Sci/Tech workplace
•Promotes traits of:
Academic Excellence
Leadership
Enthusiasm
Exploration
•Project Proposal
•Technical Journal
•Research Paper
•Visual Display
•Oral Presentation
•Project Description/Abstract
Mentorships are:
opportunities for concentrated research or project
development
in a specialized field under the leadership and
supervision of experienced scientists, engineers, and
other professionals
with scientific and technological business firms,
government agencies, and academic institutions
•Involvement in the experience of scientific and
engineering research and project development
•Participation with business and industry in the
technology oriented work place
•Cooperation and collaboration between
TJHSST and the scientific, academic and
business communities
•Application, integration, and extension of
academics mastered at TJHSST
•Provision of opportunities for students to
explore and be challenged in more than one
discipline
•Integration of diverse skills and abilities to
synthesize new ideas and processes to solve
problems
•Development of social and ethical responsibility
for the use of scientific and technical knowledge
•Reinforcement of visual, verbal, and written
communications, and interpersonal skills
•Development of the whole individual by
fostering intellectual and social growth in an
atmosphere of mutual trust and respect
“Experience Oriented, and
Project Driven”
“Savor the Flavor of the
Workplace”
John Solomon
T h e M en to r
T h e L a b D irecto r
T h e M en to rsh ip C o o rd in ato r
T h e M en to rsh ip T ria n g le
•Completion and Submittal of Application
•Selection and Approval of Lab Director
•Good Faculty Recommendations
•Evidence of Maturity and Responsibility
•Grades (B average)
•Project Brief (Directed Interest)
•Background for Project
•Time Availability
•Provision for Transportation
•Positive Interview with Mentorship Coord.
•Parent and Student Agreements
•Expectations of the Students
•Preparation
•Commitment
•Communication
•Contribution
•Self-directed & Self-motivated
•Respectful
•Expectations of Mentoring Organization
•Appropriate Meaningful Experience
•Positive Working Environment
•Necessary Supervision and Training
•Periodic Feedback and Assessment
•Supportive and Available
“CHARM SCHOOL”
Commitment
Student Requirements...
•Training Prior to Placement
•Program Forms and Paper Work
•Work hours
•Attendance
•The Portfolio
•Weekly Meetings with Coordinator and Lab Director
•Participation in the Technology Mentorship Fair
Trust and Responsibility
“CHARM SCHOOL”
•Resume Planning
•Preparing for the Matching Interview
•Characteristics of a Successful Experience
Development and Refinement of
• Research Techniques
• Problem Solving Skills
• Critical Thinking
• Interpersonal Communication
• Leadership Skills
in the Science and Technology
Workplace
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