Sun. June 10, 2012 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Room 208, San Antonio Convention Center
Free ticketed event
We will examine the pedagogical applications of Microsoft Office and other similar programs in order to understand their proper use in the classroom. These applications include dynamic content, cognitive enhancement, external learning, and integration of materials. Students of the workshop will leave with an understanding of the best practices and pedagogy when using this type of software in the classroom.
We will also discuss the basic techniques for creating sophisticated moving animations within PowerPoint, using just-in-time notes in Word, making real-time calculations in Excel and putting it all together with OneNote. Posting files to the cloud through Windows Live or Google Docs will also be demonstrated.
Dr. Michael DeAntonio
New Mexico State University
Michael is a College Associate Professor at New Mexico State University and has presented workshops on the Pedagogical Uses of PowerPoint for the past 6 years at various universities and conferences. He has been using Microsoft Office as a teaching tool for almost 10 years and is currently in the process of creating an interactive physics textbook using Microsoft Office tools and Windows Live.
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