Microsoft Office for Teachers
For Computers in Education or Instructional Media and Technology courses. Covers Office basics, Access, and Outlook.This practical, graphically appealing text is a step-by-step guide for showing future K-12 teachers how to make maximum use of Microsoft (R) Office to accomplish not only their teaching tasks, but their necessary record keeping and extracurricular activities, as well. It encompasses the applications software most often used by classroom teachers: word processing, database, spreadsheet, e-mail, and presentation. The authors treat these applications software packages as tools for enhancing the effectiveness of teachers with their students; and, as vehicles for helping teachers make the most of the time and energy they have to devote to vital classroom management responsibilities.
- Paperback | 210 pages
- 203.7 x 280.9 x 12.4mm | 498.96g
- 30 May 2002
- Pearson Education (US)
- United States
Table of contents
1. Introduction. 2. Office Basics. 3. Word 2002. 4. PowerPoint 2002. 5. Excel 2002. 6. Access 2002. 7. Outlook 2002. Appendix A. PowerPoint. Appendix B. Excel. Appendix C. Access. Appendix D. Outlook. Appendix E. Windows. Appendix F. Macintosh. Index.
About Patricia J. Fewell
Patricia J. Fewell is a professor of secondary education and foundations at Eastern Illinois University. She received her Ed.D. in 1988 from Illinois State University. A certified K-I 2 media specialist, she is currently teaching introductory educational media for pre-service teachers. Dr. Fewell has served as president of the division of educational media management of the Association for Education Communications and Technology (AECT) and as secretary/treasurer for the AECT board of directors, and she currently serves as secretary for the Education Communication and Technology Foundation (ECT) Foundation. She also presents at state, national, and international conferences on technology applications in the classroom. William J. Gibbs is a professor in the School of Technology and the coordinator of the Center for Academic Technology Support at Eastern Illinois University. He received his Ph.D. from the Pennsylvania State University in 1992. Dr. Gibbs teaches courses in instructional technology and works with faculty to design and develop technology-based learning programs. He has presented at state, national, and international conferences on instructional technology and has had a number of articles published in this area.