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    Greetings from Mr. Mullen,

    This page is your connection to what's happening in:

    Batavia High School's

    Technology Education Program

    I am currently teaching the following classes for the 2019-2020 school year:

    • Introduction to Robotics: 1 section - 1st & 2nd semester
      • Learn how to build program (VEX) robots and compete in local, state, national, and world competitions.

    • Coding For Sure! : 1st semester
      • A fun learning exploration on how to write programming code by creating computer games using Gamemaker Studio, programming LEGO robots, and using the Raspberry Pi to create Scratch code games.

    • Design & Draw for Production (DDP)Full Year
      • Full year class = 1 credit (meets HS Art requirement for graduation)
      • Basic elements of design and engineering through computer programs and project based activities
      • Course Syllabus: 19-20 DDP Course Syllabus 
      • SketchUp Make and SolidWorks (3D parametric drawing programs) will be introduced in this class

    • Architectural Drawing: 2nd Semester (3 credits available - GCC)
      • Utilizes basic architectural drawing techniques and methods in developing a typical set of plans for a small residential home. Areas of study include drawing techniques, plan view development, elevation drawings, details, electrical plans, dimensioning practices, plot plans, and geometry in architecture.  Prerequisite: Approval of the instructor



    • AP Computer Science Principles:  Schedule for 2020-2021
      • This AP Collegeboard approved course studies computers and computer science in everyday objects in our world. Students create digital artifacts including computer programs, videos, audio, and photographswhile learning essential Computer Science Concepts. Students will program in languages Scratch and Processor. 
      • 19-20 AP CS Principles Course Syllabus - UTeach

    • IT EssentialsScheduled for 2020-2021 (4 college credits available - GCC)
      • This course is designed to introduce students to the tools and skills required to repair and support computersin the current business market. By the end of the semester, successful students will have the necessary skills to complete and pass the CompTIA© A+ Certification Exam.
      • 19-20 IT Essentials Course Syllabus

    If you have any questions or comments about any of these courses  or are interested in taking them in the future please send me an email:


    Note: All my classes use Google Classroom for sharing information and submitting assignments. Our daily class agendas are also posted on Classroom.  If you would like to also see the class agendas and your student's class folder, please email me a request and I will send you an invitation to those items.


    Contact Info:

    Mr. Robert Mullen ( 

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