Cisco - Computer Networking

Cisco is a 4 trimester course to teach high school students how to design, build and maintain networks.

Trimester 1 -  Basic Networking principals good for any brand networking. Students create a basic network of 4 computers to share files and access the internet.  The OSI model is the basic foundation for the course.
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Trimester 2 - Students learn how to setup and configure a Cisco router. The entire trimester focuses on being able to programs the routers.
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Trimester 3
- Local Area Networks. Students plan and design a LAN for a elementary school based on the Threaded Case Study. All lessons focus around the design and Threaded Case Study.
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Trimester 4 - Routing Protocols & Wide Area Networks. Students broaden their LAN plans to design the WAN for the elementary school district. All lessons focus around the routing protocols needed  for the Threaded Case Study.
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General Requirements
Prerequisites: None
Textbook: None (Notes & Assignments will be given)
Materials: pen, paper, 3-ring binder


Content Standards

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