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Using Excel with Adult Learners

Page history last edited by Leecy Wise 11 years, 11 months ago

Excel is one of the richest learning applications available for teachers and students. Learners can create exciting interaction with very little knowledge about all of the spreadsheet possibilities. Excel is addictive, so be careful. Once you get started, you may not want to stop!

 

Following are just a few stites to get your started. At the bottom, I've also added some of the Excel projects that we covered in our Lunch and Learn session.

 

 

Keep Checking here. I'll keep adding. If you have resources, sign up as a writer and share those with others!

 

Projects

 

Comparatives in English

Prepositions of Place (You may have to move the images to match the sentences.)

Learning Fractions

Map of South America (Rest your cursor on the red triangles)

Figuring Trip Cost

Baby Growth Chart

Learning Colors

Literacy Activities

Skeleton

Matching with Excel

Ten Frame

Heart Rate Chart

Loans Puzzle

 

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