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When I was in school, the worst thing a teacher could say was, "Today we are going to start a project..." And the reason why was because in my mind, projects equal work. And isn't that really the point? Projects tend to mean no free rides. They are more than show what you know. They are apply what you've learned and demonstrate that you understand. So don't be surprised if your students look a little put out when you get to the project portions of your computer applications lesson plans.
Do you give Microsoft Access its fair share of attention in your computer applications class? I have to admit that I'm a bit of a database junkie! When done well, they are such amazing tools for all sorts of things in your professional and personal life. So don't sweep Access under the carpet if it's not an application you are comfortable with. Give some of these ideas a try, and you'll soon embrace the database, too!
When establishing your computer applications lesson plans, do you give Microsoft Publisher its fair share of attention? It seems everyone focuses so much on "easier" Office applications like Microsoft Word and Microsoft Excel, that sometimes really cool applications like Microsoft Publisher get the short end of the stick.
Are you looking to upgrade your Microsoft Office 2010 lesson plans to 2013? Has your school has recently upgraded to Office 2013? If so, you might be scrambling. You might be asking yourself, “Where can I get Microsoft Office 2013 lesson plans?