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Microsoft Office for Teachers

Microsoft Office for Teachers

By: John Lee (author), Maggie Niess (author)Paperback

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Maggie Niess has written this text to be most useful for teachers beyond initial experiences within Microsoft Office 2007 applications. The first edition text is organized in two parts: Part I sets the stage to explore of the applications and focuses on teaching and learning with digital technologies. Part II focuses on teaching and learning with the Office System, specifically working in Word, PowerPoint, Excel and Access.

About Author

Dr. Maggie Niess is a professor of mathematics and technology education at Oregon State University. Her research interests include gender equality in teaching science and mathematics and integrating technology in education K-12. Dr. John K Lee is an associate professor of social studies and middle grades at North Carolina State University. He conducts research in the areas of digital history and new literacies learning.


Part I: Introduction. Chapter 1: Teaching and Learning with Digital Technologies. Chapter 2: Microsoft Office- a Tool for Teachers and Students. Part II: Teaching and Learning with Microsoft Office. Chapter 3: Planning for Learning with Word. Chapter 4: Guiding Learning With Word. Chapter 5: Planning for Learning with PowerPoint. Chapter 6: Guiding Learning With PowerPoint. Chapter 7: Planning for Learning With Excel Spreadsheets. Chapter 8: Guiding Learning With Excel Spreadsheets. Chapter 9: Planning for Learning with Access Databases. Chapter 10: Guiding Learning with Access Databases.

Product Details

  • ISBN13: 9780470280980
  • Format: Paperback
  • Number Of Pages: 260
  • ID: 9780470280980
  • weight: 1
  • ISBN10: 0470280980

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