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On our new Preservice Teachers website, you'll find links to lesson plans, Office tools for teachers, classroom management strategies, and teacher communities that will help get your student teaching off on the right foot.
I've spoken with a number of students who plan to make education their career, and one common theme seems to be "OMG! Can I do this? What have I gotten myself into?" So if you feel this way, you aren't alone.
On the website you'll hear a principal/superintendent talk about his expectations for student teachers and identify what he sees as common pitfalls. I've also included links to teacher blogs...
At the end of 2010 I started feverishly typing to-do lists and New Year’s resolutions in OneNote. All of that planning got me thinking. How does everyone else do it? I mean, do I have OCD or is this a normal thing?
So I started researching. I found 5 tips to successful time management that led me to believe I have a pretty good thing going with my OneNote habits.
Read the full post to find out what I came up with and how you can do it, too!
Today’s blog post is brought to you by Armelle O’Neal. Armelle manages the Office for Mac and Office Mobile writing teams, supports her oldest son's competitive racing schedule, and runs every morning. To say the least, she's one busy lady.
When we added a Mac Book Pro to the family’s arsenal of laptops (five total for a family of four!) I got concerned. Would I encounter any compatibility issues between Office 2010 for Windows and Office for Mac 2011? Spoiler alert: You can probably tell from the title that I was happily surprised. If you're interested in the experience, read the full post.
For many of you, January marks the start of winter quarter. You've got a whole new set of classes and maybe even a New Year's resolution to get better grades. I've got one tip to help you achieve that goal. (It's going to sound simple. But, hey, simple is simple for a reason.)
Read the full blog post to find out what you can do to improve your success rate this coming year!
Gather videos and photos of you and your friends and make a commemorative movie using Windows Live Movie Maker. When you’re done, you can publish your movie to YouTube, Facebook, or even to Windows Live SkyDrive.
Download the free program and get started today!And if you're the über creative type, try writing your own graduation song. You could become an Internet sensation like Corey Tynan!
Congratulations, graduates!--Jennifer Bost
Ever had 30 kids staring at you as you try to get a presentation going? Or perhaps, you've got a big project due and you want to wow your teacher. Whatever your role in education, we're here to help.
Five writers have united to contribute ideas and tips for using Microsoft Office inside and outside the classroom. Within the Office group at Microsoft, Jennifer, Michael, Tami, Matt, and Deb write content for products such as Interactive Classroom and Mathematics add-ins for Office as well as Microsoft Math 3.0 and Microsoft OneNote. We're bringing our experience with education, mixing it with our knowledge of Office products and services, and serving it up to you on our new blog.
So far on the Office in Education blog, we’ve updated you on new product releases, shared ideas on how you can use Office products and services to crank out your school work, and helped you discover new uses for our feature-rich applications. But, frankly, we want to hear from you. What are the questions you want to see answered on this blog? That’s why we’re launching our Call-To-Action campaign.
Find out how you can help!
Put together your school's yearbook, or your own souvenir photo yearbook for your friends, using Hewlett Packard's cloud publishing site, MagCloud. Microsoft Publisher has partnered with HP MagCloud to give you on-demand publishing straight from the application. No upfront cost commitment. It's just 20 cents a page. Take a look!
The spell check feature in Office isn’t just for research papers and essays. Use it to catch mistakes in your foreign language homework too! Don’t lose points on your vocabulary exercises or compositions because you forgot to include an accent mark or misspelled the plural form of a word. Choose a dictionary language and fix those awkward spelling errors fast.
Read the full post to learn how to choose a different language dictionary to check your spelling.
Did you know that Windows Live Hotmail lets you create an email distribution list (also known as an email alias or a contacts category)? Creating one makes it easier to send an email out to a group. This little tip could come in handy on New Year’s Eve when you want to send a certain group of friends a picture of you at Times Square or in a few months when you’re working with others on a team project.
For step-by-step instructions, read the full post.