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Computer Applications | Microsoft Word | Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS)

3 Steps to Prep Your Students for the MOS Word 2019 Exam

By: Bri Stauffer
November 7th, 2019

The Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) Word certification is one of the most popular certifications in computer classes across the country.

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Microsoft Word | Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS)

50+ Changes to the 2019 MOS Word Certification Exam

By: Bri Stauffer
July 11th, 2019

Do your students take the MOS Word certification exam at the end of your course?

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Keeping Students Engaged in CTE: Part 1

Do you struggle to keep your students engaged during your lessons?

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Computer Applications | Microsoft Word | Microsoft Office

A Review of PJ Nicholson's Microsoft Word Lessons and Projects

By: Sarah Layton
June 30th, 2015

Looking for free computer applications lessons and resources? If you teach computer applications, I'm sure you're always on the lookout for some great resources that you can use with your students related to Microsoft Office applications. If you haven't already stumbled upon PJ Nicholson, this is your lucky day!

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Computer Applications | Microsoft Word

Microsoft Word Lesson Plans and Activities to Wow Your Students

By: Bri Stauffer
March 31st, 2015

Computer applications teachers are always looking for new and exciting ways to teach Microsoft Word to their students.  So where can you find Microsoft Word lesson plans for your students?

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Computer Applications | Microsoft Excel | Microsoft PowerPoint | Microsoft Word | Microsoft Office

Computer Applications Lesson Plans: Fun Projects

By: Sarah Layton
October 7th, 2014

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.

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