Join us for the 8th session in our Microsoft Certification series! In this session our Curriculum Specialists will show you how you can take a powerful tool, Microsoft Excel and make it that much better with Microsoft Forms. Microsoft Forms is a survey and data collection application that allows you to auto populate responses in a designated Excel Spreadsheet, with this automation you can then easily analyze and recognize patterns in your Forms responses with Excel. In this session not only will we show you how to use Forms in conjunction with Excel, we will share with you some creative ways to use Forms for permission slips, quizzes, polls, and more!
In session 7 of our Microsoft Digital Teacher Certification our Curriculum Specialists will show you how to best organize and analyze your data with Microsoft Excel. Excel lets you create, view, and share spreadsheets while collaborating with others in real time. With this powerful tool, administrators can organize student information, develop school budgets, and create engaging charts to represent academic performance and population demographics their schools serve. Teachers can construct gradebooks, discuss and view realistic data sets, teach mathematics and science fundamentals, organize resources for class projects, and more! If you have data to collect and analyze Excel is a great tool to consider!
Session 4 of our Microsoft Digital Teacher's Certification focuses on creating template documents for frequent use, and utilizing the bibliography elements within Microsoft Word. Microsoft Word is a fantastic word processing program that helps you bring out the best in your writing with PDF editing capabilities, research and proofing tools, and collaboration and tell me features. With Microsoft Office 365’s various capacities you can easily access all of your documents from anywhere, at anytime, on any device, with internet access.
Join us as we explore OneNote Class Notebook, Microsofts collaborative workspace. With this tool every student has a personal workspace, a library for handouts, and a collaborative space to work on with peers. In this session we will show you how to get started, how to organize and deliver your lesson plans, and provide individualized support to all of your students.
Join us to learn some basic ways to keep your computer content organized and enhance your knowledge of programs that you can use in the classroom. We will be discussing how to successfully create and save documents, how to create favorites in an appropriate web browser, and how to organize all of this great content for easy access on your Windows 7 computer.
See how Microsoft Tools can improve the quality of your project-based learning activities. Learn how to implement Microsoft-based PBL activities to promote critical thinking, communication, and collaboration in your classroom. In this course, you will learn how to use Microsoft programs to promote the key elements of PBL, such as research, collaboration, gathering (and analyzing) feedback, and presenting knowledge in your classroom.
Digital tools allow us to take the age-old practice of storytelling and engage our students with text, narration, images, and music. Through the use of the interactive whiteboard, well explore how teachers are effectively building digital storytelling into their instruction, as well as how both software and online resources make this a creative learning experience. This session will focus on Windows MovieMaker.
Digital Online Certifications
Below are some popular Digital Teacher Certifications that are available as a series of online courses. Click on a logo to start your certification track today!