Thank you Diana, on the networking comment, I mean very foundational type
of lessons on how networks work. Ranging from simple networks in homes to
WAN or MANs. Does that make sense. There is a TEK (Texas Essential
Knowledge and Skills) in our Principles of Information Technology Class.
The student analyzes network systems. The student is expected to:
(A) identify hardware associated with telecommunications and data
networking such as servers, routers, switches, and network connectors;
(B) identify and describe various types of networks such as peer-to-peer,
local area networks, wide area networks, wireless, and Ethernet;
© identify functions of network operating systems; and
(D) explain troubleshooting techniques for various network connection
Hope that helps. Thank you for the directions and I will see if I can
figure it out during lunch.
Have a great day.
John Diaz Jr. - Teacher
Business Careers High School
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