• Cindy Schultz
    I teach Business Co-op, Graphic Design, Film and Web Design classes at Sentinel High School, Missoula, Montana.  I teach all of my classes using a Learning Management System called Moodle and Google Classroom. I teach in a paperless classroom. Students will find all of their assignments online and will also turn in all of their assignments online. If students have trouble fitting these classes into their schedule, I also work with Independent Study students. Please contact me if you find yourself in this situation.
      
    Business Co-op: Business Co-op is for students who are enrolled in a CTE (Agriculture, Business, Family & Consumer Science, Health Science, Industrial Technology) class and who are employed at a job for a least five (5) hours per week.  This class includes experience gained on the job supplemented by the classroom instruction. Students are required to report their weekly hours and earnings and are evaluated by their employer each grading period.  Business Co-op is a program which requires the cooperation of the student, parent, employer and the Business Co-op Teacher.  A student's enrollment in Business Co-op is at the discretion of the business/marketing teacher for Juniors and Seniors. Business Co-op does not meet face-to-face as a class.  The job becomes the class for which credit is earned. 
     
    Graphic Design 1: Students will learn the elements and principles of design and complete projects using industry standard software such as Adobe Illustrator. Students will develop a sense of composition and the ability to critique his/her own work. And introduction to Adobe Photoshop will also be explored. Students will have the opportunity to earn national certification in this class.   ADOBE CERTIFIED ASSOCIATE CERTIFICATION OPPORTUNITY. 
     
    Graphic Design 2: Students continue more in-depth learning with digital programs such as Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign to create authentic projects that will be used by businesses and/or the community.  Projects will focus on real world applications.  Create book covers, CD labels/covers, graphic novels, and many other real-world projects. This is another project-based, hands-on class.
     
    Film Study: Students continue exploring media arts and their interaction, integration and development in the creation of story, beginning with early years of photography and movie making through the introduction of radio and television up to the digital revolution. This course continues the analyzation and creation of films using industry standard digital film editing software, Adobe Premiere Pro in the creation of films.Students will have the opportunity to earn national certification in this class. Students must have at least a “C” in Film Study 1.  OPTION FOR DUAL CREDIT with UNIVERSITY OF MONTANA course Introduction to Media Arts MAR 101L.  
     
    Film Editing: This course includes the study of the history, process and philosophy of narrative film. Students will continue to study, edit and create films. Students will expand their knowledge and use of the industry standard non-linear video editing program, Premiere Pro.  Students will have the opportunity to earn national certification in this class. Students must have at least a “C” in Film Editing 1. OPTION FOR DUAL CREDIT with UNIVERSITY OF MONTANA course Introduction to Nonlinear Editing MAR 112A. ADOBE CERTIFIED ASSOCIATE CERTIFICATION OPPORTUNITY. 
     
    There are other (independent study) opportunities.
     
     
Last Modified on December 7, 2018