Office 365 for Educators is great course for beginners to learn about Microsoft office tools. Direct link from Google drive and One Drive easy to download and learn.
Microsoft Office is a staple set of tools for educators, and now includes education-specific functionality such as classroom notebooks in OneDrive and educator-specific collaboration tools in Teams. In education, learning to use these applications can help increase learning, empower students, and save teachers valuable time. This course dives into tips and tricks that will allow educators to get the most from the entire Office suite. Instructor Oliver Schinkten explores each of the Office tools: classics like PowerPoint, Excel, and Word, as well as new additions such as Sway, OneDrive, OneNote, and Teams. He demonstrates education-specific techniques and ideas to help educators create more dynamic lessons, track student progress, share files online, and even save time. He helps you create lessons for flipped classes, newsletters, and tutorials, and turn the tables and challenge your students to create projects with the same programs.
- Overview of Microsoft Office 365 for educators
- Creating effective and engaging presentations in PowerPoint
- Recording presentations for flipped classes
- Creating tutorials and flipped classes with Sway
- Tracking student progress with Excel
- Creating visual representations of data in Word
- Sharing resources with OneDrive
- Creating class notebooks with OneNote
- Communicating and collaborating with Microsoft Teams
Some detail for Microsoft Office 365 for Educators:
As an educator, wouldn’t it be nice if you had access to tools that could help make your job easier and less time-consuming while also increasing student learning and empowering students to create? Well, good news, my friends, you do. Microsoft Office 365 includes a ton of powerful applications, including some classics, like Word, Excel, and PowerPoint, as well as newer ones, such as Sway and OneNote.Whether you need a tool for improving presentations, storing and sharing files online, accessing a digital notebook, creating flipped classes,or empowering students to engage in higher-order thinking, Microsoft Office 365 has the solution.
I’m Oliver Schinkten, longtime educator and staff instructor for LinkedIn. I invite you to join me in this course in which I’ll go over some of the different Microsoft Office applications and recommend ways to use them as an educator. Let’s do this.
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