[Online PD for Teachers] How to Transform Some Well-Known Applications into Exciting Tools for your Classroom


[Online PD for Teachers] How to Transform Some Well-Known Applications into Exciting Tools for your Classroom

Join the PD instructors at Teq  and learn how to transform these well-known applications into exciting tools for your classroom. 

Sharing, Creating, & Collaborating with Microsoft OneDrive

January 8, 2015 @ 4:30 pm - 5:30 pm
Learn all about One Drive—the cloud service from Microsoft. Let our PD instructors show you how to use this service to collaborate all your Microsoft Office applications, share your documents with students and peers, and access your documents from any device, wherever there is Internet access! View the calendar

Microsoft PowerPoint in the Interactive Classroom

January 15, 2015 @ 4:30 pm - 5:30 pm
We will explore creating, editing, and sharing online presentations using Microsoft Powerpoint. Starting with basic, linear presentations, we will expand into more advanced functions that allow for animation, interactivity and problem-solving in the classroom. Using content-based examples, we will explore how collaborative presentations can really enhance teaching and learning, and student productivity. View the calendar

Microsoft Word as a Tool for Learning

January 22, 2015 @ 4:30 pm - 5:30 pm
We will look at using Microsoft Word as an efficient, universal, and collaborative solution for writing tasks. Starting with simple text document work, we will use content-based examples and graphic functions to create and edit dynamic and student-accessible documents. We will also explore downloadable content that can deepen and streamline Microsoft Word’s function in creating and altering assignments. Attendees will experience how to use these applications to move into a paperless classroom environment that will allow for enhanced transparency during projects, increased student collaboration and editing options, and improved workflow overall.  View the calendar

Using Microsoft Excel to Inform Instruction, Learn, & Analyze

January 29, 2015 @ 4:30 pm - 5:30 pm
Excel is a powerful tool for working with data, perfect for gathering and analyzing data to inform instruction. Explore the basics of data and inputting information, including how to use equations, and format cells to analyze and display that information. We’ll also cover how students can use this software to do the same in order to show their learning. View the calendar

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