Congratulations! You’ve made it to the final step of Teq's Digital Teacher Certification for Microsoft Office 365. Now it’s time to review what you learned and show off your new found skills. By the end of the sequence, teachers will be asked to make curriculum connections and create a PBL Lesson or Student Proposal which incorporates the use of the Microsoft suite and instructional techniques highlighted throughout the sessions. After your PBL Lesson or Student Proposal is approved, you will obtain your Digital Teacher Certification, showing your ability to effectively integrate Microsoft Office 365 in your classroom. Remember, our PD instructors are available to answer any and all questions you may have well after your training is through!
In session 13 of our Digital Teacher Certification, we will explore Skype, a communication resource that bridges the gap between text, voice, and video chat. With Skype, teachers and students can experience virtual field trips and digital lessons. It also allows students to learn geography and culture from students all over the world with Mystery Skype. Teachers can even find guest speakers from around the world to give students a closer insight about a difficult topic or to make real-world connections together. Join us for an exciting session to learn the ways Skype can bring the world into your classroom!
Join our Curriculum Specialists for session 12 of Teq’s DTC: Microsoft Office 365 series. During this session, we will explore 2 Microsoft applications, Office Mix, and Stream. Created with educators in mind, Office Mix gives you the tools needed to create and share interactive online activities and Stream makes video sharing easier. Join us as we discuss what each of these applications are, how to turn your PowerPoint presentations into interactive lessons with Sway, and using the important smart search feature in Stream.
In Session 11 of our Microsoft Digital teacher Certification Series, our Curriculum Specialists will introduce you to Sway, a powerful presentation program to enhance the way you display your work! Create enticing,and captivating presentations, reports, newsletters, and more! In this session we will show you what cards to use, text basics, media basics, design and layout options, and how to share your creation!
Join our Curriculum Specialists for session 10 of Teq’s Microsoft Digital Teacher Certification Series. In session 10, we will dive into Teams, a collaboration tool that enables users to work together in a more effective and efficient way. Teams creates a “digital hub” for teachers and administrators; bringing together conversations, content, and apps in one common workspace. Teams are not just for teachers though; students can safely utilize teams when engaging in project based learning, knowing they are in a protected and more productive environment. Come learn how to improve your workflow and stay connected with the use of Teams!
Join us for an exciting session in our Microsoft Digital Teacher Certification Series focusing on creating engaging and useful presentations with Microsoft PowerPoint! In this session our Curriculum Specialists will share with you some of the best tips and tricks for creating presentations for a variety of purposes; proposals, direct instruction, engaging multiple learning styles, and increasing interactivity. The skills obtained in this session will be essential to your final project.
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!
Join us for our 6th session as we share with you Microsoft’s powerful community reach out and print production tools, Microsoft Yammer and Publisher. Yammer is a social networking service that better connects individuals within an organization or community. With it a school can enhance communication between essential district stakeholders such as parents, caregivers, educators, students, and administrators. Publisher is a simplified creation application for distribution and publication intentions. With it an individual can produce engaging, informational, design forward, graphics.
In session 5 of our Microsoft Digital Teacher Certification Series our Curriculum Specialists will share with you a powerful part of the Office 365 Suite, Delve. Microsoft Delve is a application that allows you to discover new content and connect with people at work. Delve has an interesting way of discovering this content by making use of documents created by the community of Office 365 users. All content that is made publicly available by individuals could show up on your Delve homepage as suggestions, or be searched by boards and keywords. With this tool teachers can better communicate and share ideas.
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.
Session 3 of our Microsoft Digital Teacher Certification focuses on creating a project timeline, increasing communication, and organizing meetings with the use of Microsoft Planner and Outlook. Within Planner, we will guide you through the process of assigning and organizing tasks to keep track of progress and assign jobs to keep responsibilities clear. Using Outlook, we’ll view group member availability, create meeting appointments while finding appropriate locations and times, as well as give you some beneficial tips and tricks for staying connected through emails.
Join us for our second session as we take a look at some tools to help you with the next step of the project creation process, brainstorming and collecting information with the use of Microsoft OneNote and OneDrive. OneNote is a fantastic collaboration tool to gather information in free form by allowing typed and written annotations, and the insertion of pictures, drawings, and audio commentaries. OneDrive allows you to store your files on the web and gives you the ability to sync and share them with others. You can easily access all your files with an internet connection from anywhere, at any time, on any device.
Earn your Digital Teacher Certification by learning the ins and outs of Microsoft Office 365 with our 13 part certification series. Join us for our first session, an introduction to the certification track, where we will share with you an outline of the topics we will cover. We will guide you through the process of logging in and downloading the software and provide you with an example of the final project. Lastly, we will explore some support resources to help you build your understanding of Microsoft Office 365!
Digital Online Certifications
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