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  • 1. Microsoft Office Tables, Formulas, & Presentations Jerry Whaley EDU 649 Dr. Dusty Moore June 24, 2009 Start Micro-Guidance Syllabi References End 1
  • 2. Table of Contents  Title Page 1  Table of Contents 2 • Micro-Guidance 3  Learning Settings 4  Learning Profiles & Styles – Page 1 5  Learning Profiles & Styles – Page 2 6  Learning Assessment 7 • Word Rubric 19 • Excel Rubric 20 • PowerPoint Rubric 21 • Discussion Rubric 22  Learning Objectives 8 • Word Objectives 9 • Excel Objectives 10 • PowerPoint Objectives 11  Syllabi 12 • Word Syllabus 13 • Excel Syllabus 14 • PowerPoint Syllabus 15  Instructors Bio 16  My Personal Learning Style – Page 1 17  My Personal Learning Style – Page 2 18  Guide Book 23  Study Guide 24  YouTube Video on Graphic Organizers 25  Table of Contents for lessons 26  References 42 2 Micro-Guidance
  • 3. Micro-Guidance Learning Settings Learning Profiles & Styles Learning Assessment Learning Objectives Lessons 3 able of Contents Instructors Bio References
  • 4. Learning Setting  This event is intended to provide a constructivist learning environment using resource-based and student-centered settings related to context and practice. • The activities provided will be projects that should address both synchronous and asynchronous type learners in a blended learning environment.  The classroom will contain lectures via blogs: • Links or tabs to worksheets, handouts, and presentations. • Work projects that provide explicit instructions on how to load, operate, and complete assignments using appropriate software. • Inquiry tools available via links on internet, email, and any one of the many social networking tools like Twitter, Slideshow, Wiki-spaces, Flicker, etc. • Provide discussion questions to invite interaction to support the asynchronous learning environment. Micro-Guidance 4
  • 5. Learners Profile & Styles  This environment can support from a limited to an avid learner and from inside your own home to a career based technically skilled persons in an industrial environment.  This environment will support most any age from 18 and above with an eagerness to learn and a desire to advance their technical skills.  The physical description of the classroom will be an online environment provided through the use of Blogs, email, and other social networking tools. Micro-Guidance 5
  • 6. Learners Profile & Styles  This event focuses more toward the visual learners where the projects will be more along the lines of diagrams, symbols, images, and graphic presentations. • In this type of learning you will improve your critical thinking skills. • In this type of learning you will help enhance your retention ability with the use of visualization. • In this type of learning you will improve your comprehension skills based on prior knowledge and new knowledge. • In this type of learning you will be building organizational skills by using relationships and patterns represented with graphic organizers. Micro-Guidance 6
  • 7. Learners Assessment Evaluation of what is expected will be through the following Rubric’s: Word Excel PowerPoint Discussion Micro-Guidance 7
  • 8. Learning Objectives PowerPoint Microsoft Office Word Excel Micro-Guidance Syllabi Study Guide 8
  • 9. Word Learning Objectives  Microsoft Word – build knowledge and awareness of six constructive and functional diagrams through the following criteria: • After completing the lessons, you will be able to recognize these six diagrams; Organizational, Cycle, Pyramid, Radial, Venn, and Target. • After completing each lesson, you will be able to identify the relationship of each diagram to its function. • By completing each lesson, you will be able to proficiently develop each type of diagram. • At the end of these lessons, you will be able to illustrate a functional skill that can be used in many different environments. • You will be evaluated based on a rubric as outlined in the guidelines that have been provided. Learning Objectives 9
  • 10. Excel Learning Objectives  Microsoft Excel – build knowledge and awareness of creating formulas and a simple chart: • After completing the lessons, you will be able to recognize the mathematical symbols required to do simple calculations. • After recognizing proper symbols, you will be able to formulate simple mathematical equation and applying it to different fields/cells. • After inserting proper text formats, you will be able to assimilate the proper information to construct a viable grading scheme. • You will be evaluated based on a rubric as outlined in the guidelines that have been provided. Learning Objectives 10
  • 11. PowerPoint Learning Objectives  Microsoft PowerPoint – build knowledge and awareness of various functions in proper presentation techniques through the following criteria: • After digesting the various design elements, you will be able to incorporate your personal design for presentation purposes. • After exercising and practicing the different actions settings, you will be able to illustrate various affects and functions within your presentation. • After completing various exercises, you will be able to compile and coordinate a well organized slide presentation. • After the completion of your organized slide presentation, you will be able to compile and present your work online for student and instructors critique. • You will be evaluated based on a rubric as outlined in the guidelines that have been provided. Learning Objectives 11
  • 12. Syllabi Word Syllabus Excel Syllabus PowerPoint Syllabus Learners Micro-Guidance Assessment 12
  • 13. Word Syllabus  Viewing a video on Graphic Organizers found on YouTube; • View the “Graphic Organizers movie” at: (See link below)  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xGnTHOLPpsk&feature=related  Inserting a diagram; using the Insert Menu, insert an organizational diagram similar to the example diagram found in the Course Content Blog.  Complete an online learning made easy (www.udutu.com) exercise from the Online Introduction tab of the Main Blog. • Using the Insert Menu, insert a Pyramid diagram based on Bloom’s Taxonomy of learning knowledge found from within that exercise.  Using the Insert Menu, insert a Radial diagram; construct the diagram based on your personal goals or achieved accomplishments. • The diagram will be constructed with at least three relationships from the main subject (you). YouTube Micro-Guidance Syllabi Rubric Video 13
  • 14. Excel Syllabus  After reviewing Crabby Office Lady from the Online Introduction tab of the Main Blog: • Identify the critical Excel terms under “Ready, set…define those terms” and post them on the Discussion Blog.  Post the term and a brief definition under Excel Terms, posted July 7, 2009.  Complete the Microsoft Office Online Help and How-to and training documents as instructed through there interactive practice exercise and a written lesson plan as provided.  Create a mathematical formula that will calculate a total of points associated with a fictitious grading scheme using Excels acceptable symbols. • There must be at least 5 projects associated with points. • There should be at least 5 students associated with those points. • A total of points formulated for each student. • An average will be required of the entire class score. Micro-Guidance Syllabi Rubric 14
  • 15. PowerPoint Syllabus  Using PowerPoint's Default slide design library, you will insert a slide design(s) of your choice.  Using “Connecting to Office Online”, from home page of Task Pane: • You will Browse Templates and import a slide designs of your choosing.  Make sure to chose a template that is compatible with your version of PowerPoint.  Create a presentation of your accomplishments based on the Radial diagram you constructed in the Word section of this course. • There must be at least 5 slides to your presentation.  You can include all your diagrams and some type of description for each.  If you did some research and used material other than yours, please site your findings. • Your radial graphic diagram must be included in the presentation.  Add slide transitions of your choice.  Insert graphics to spruce up your presentation.  Apply custom animations to various elements within your slides. Micro-Guidance Syllabi Rubric 15
  • 16. Instructors Bio  I started learning about personal computers in 1986 when my 9 year career ended at Control Data Corporation. I redirected my career into the drafting field only to find out that it was being invaded by CAD (Computer Aided Drafting) also know as Computer Aided Drafting and Design and proceeded to enhance my skills in the CAD world.  After three years in the industry, I was invited to teach at the very school that started me in that direction. I started out on board drafting but eventually the boards were out and an all CAD program was in.  It was to my benefit to reacquaint myself to my own educational needs, so, I proceeded to get my BS Degree in Technical Management with a concentration in Computer Information Systems. Here I am again, improving, gaining, and growing in knowledge, learning, and teaching and trying to complete a Master of Arts in Teaching & Learning with Technology.  You can find this information and more at my blogger (http://jrdidntdoit.blogspot.com/) Micro-Guidance Guide Book My Personal Learning Style 16
  • 17. My Personal Learning Style  From all my experience I’ve found one thing to be obvious and necessary, education. Because of all my experiences and career background with Computer Aided Drafting (CAD), it shows that I am a visual learner. This also holds true to most of the students I’ve taught in the last 20 years. The ones that are the most successful in the CAD field, are the ones that are more visual, creative, more intuitive, and understand sequential processing as an important aspect of their lives and the career they’re in.  From my experiences with the changes, the growing and ever- changing generations, education has taken many twists and turns in order to accommodate each and every type of generation. Through the recent years, I’ve noticed more kinesthetic type learners; they cannot sit still for very long, are not great at spelling, handwriting is atrocious, likes to study with loud music on, likes adventure books and movies, and is fidgety during lectures for the most part. Because of the field I have been in, there have been some improvements but the people in this world are moving fast, maybe to fast. Micro-Guidance Instructors Bio 17
  • 18. More of my personal learning style  With this class, sometimes jumping back a little bit and reflecting on what I’ve done will help me to improve and move on. In the case of a visual learner, you might find it useful to write things down, make images in your mind, work with colors, and highlight things in different colors. Putting things in an outline or using charts and graphs should help keep things organized.  In a resent test, my results in the learning styles where as follows; I am balanced with the two dimensions of concrete and abstract, sensing and intuitive, and sequential and global – all rated at a 3 on one side or the other on a linear of -12 to +12, but I rated an 11 with visual versus verbal. Very high in visual which means to me I may have trouble with verbal instructions and listening skills which this course should help to address for those of you that are in the same boat. Micro-Guidance Instructors Bio 18
  • 19. Word Rubric Micro-Guidance Syllabi Learners Assessment 19
  • 20. Excel Rubric Micro-Guidance Syllabi Learners Assessment 20
  • 21. PowerPoint Rubric Micro-Guidance Syllabi Learners Assessment 21
  • 22. Discussion Rubric Micro-Guidance Syllabi Learners Assessment 22
  • 23. GUIDE BOOK  Prerequisite: • An email account, minimal typing skills, basic Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint knowledge, and a Blog would be useful.  System/Technology Requirements: • Windows environment – Windows 2000 or above • Internet access - Explorer 7.0 or above • Microsoft Office – 2003 Student version or above  Guidelines, Policies, Rules, & Study Guide: • Download important documents found at JR’s Blog:  http://netvibes.com/jr66 Learners Micro-Guidance Assessment References & Biography 23
  • 24. STUDY GUIDE  Download Study Guide document from: jrw1234.angelfire.com/blog/ Micro-Guidance 24
  • 25. YouTube Video Graphic Organizers by: Jeremy DiGorio's Micro-Guidance Word Syllabus Study Guide 25
  • 26. Table of Contents for Lessons  Lessons 27 • Evaluations 28 • Word Lessons 29  Lesson 1 30  Lesson 2 31  Lesson 3 32 • Excel Lessons 33  Lesson 4 34  Lesson 5 35  Lesson 6 36 • PowerPoint Lessons 37  Lesson 7 38  Lesson 8 39  Lesson 9 40 • Evaluations 41  References 42 26 Lessons Micro-Guidance References
  • 27. Lessons Word Lessons Excel Lessons PowerPoint Lessons Evaluations 27 able of Contents Micro-Guidance References
  • 28. Evaluations  All evaluations will be through the following rubrics. Word Excel PowerPoint Discussion 28 Lessons
  • 29. Word Lessons Worksheet  The application software is Microsoft Office 2003 • Your first lesson will begin with using Microsoft Office Online.  To understand the functionality and valuable tools available, you will need to begin with understanding the help and how-to provided by Microsoft.  The format of the inline menu structure is as follows: Home > Products > Word > Word 2003 Help and How-to > Working with Graphs and Charts > Charts and Diagrams  This format can be constructed through the tabs on top and the menus on the left side of this window. 29 Lessons Lesson 1 Lesson 2 Lesson 3
  • 30. Lesson 1  After reviewing Microsoft Office Online; “Creating an organization chart in Office 2003” and  “Create organization chart and other diagrams” found in PowerPoint’s Help and How-to as follows:  You are to insert a simple Organizational chart as shown in the Course Content Blog. • You chose the main topic and the next level that would be appropriate for that topic.  A minimum three relationships are required on that level. • Experiment with the various styles through the Organization Chart Style Gallery found under the AutoFormat button. Word 30 Lessons Lesson 2 Lesson 3 References
  • 31. Lesson 2  Review material from Lesson 1.  Complete the udutu tutorial found under the Online Introduction tab of the Main Blog, if not done so already. • This will require you to take notes and jot down information especially pertaining to Bloom’s Taxonomy of learning knowledge. • You will be reconstructing the Pyramid diagram as presented in that section/exercise.  Complete the pyramid diagram exactly as represented in Bloom’s Taxonomy of learning knowledge diagram only using the Primary Colors from the AutoFormat - Diagram Style Gallery. Word 31 Lessons Lesson 1 Lesson 3 References
  • 32. Lesson 3  Review Lessons 1 and 2.  You will be constructing a Radial diagram focusing on yourself as the main core element. • There must be at least three branches attached to you which should signify any of your recognizable accomplishment; whether it be educational, job related, or personal accomplishments you are proud of will be satisfactory to completing this assignment.  I personally like the Thick outline or Fire style which you can obtain from the AutoFormat – Diagram Style Gallery. Word 32 Lessons Lesson 1 Lesson 2 References
  • 33. Excel Lessons Worksheet  The application software is Microsoft Office 2003 • Your first lesson will begin with using Microsoft Office Online.  We will be using the help and how-to provided by Microsoft.  The format of the inline menu structure is as follows: Home > Products > Excel > Excel 2003 Help and How-to > Working with Data > Formulas > Creating formulas • Select About calculator operators from Page 1 of Documents 1-19 of 19.  Expand – Type of operators. • Take note of all arthritic operators. • Take note of the first comparison operator. • Take note of the first two reference operators. • Return to Creating formulas • Select Get to know Excel: Enter Formulas from Page 1 of Documents 1-19 of 19.  Follow the audio instructions. • Complete the entire Getting Started section from the left menu. • There will be a temporary Excel routine for the practice exercise. • Complete Test Yourself. 33 Lessons Lesson 4 Lesson 5 Lesson 6
  • 34. Lesson 4  The best way to show how this lesson will evolve is to provide an example showing how to start this exercise. Your layout should look similar to the following example: • The upper left empty cell is A1 Lesson 1 Lesson 2 Lesson 3 Lesson 4 Lesson 5 Lesson 6 Total % Name 4 4 4 4 4 4 24 100% Buggsie Doc Almer Daffy Tweety Average  You are to complete the yellow section for this exercise: • Use your own characters names of your choice. • The chart should have all fields outlined with some kind of border. • The above point value examples are specific to your actual grading scheme. • The total is a calculated total of all points shown for each lesson. Excel 34 Lessons Lesson 5 Lesson 6 References
  • 35. Lesson 5  After reviewing Excel Lessons Worksheet and completing the appropriate exercises, complete the following for the chart shown below: Lesson 1 Lesson 2 Lesson 3 Lesson 4 Lesson 5 Lesson 6 Total % Name 4 4 4 4 4 4 24 100% Buggsie Doc Almer Daffy Tweety Average • Cell H2 shows the total of cells B2:G2, complete the totals (orange cells), the average (green cells), and the percentages (light blue cells) for the chart above. Excel 35 Lessons Lesson 4 Lesson 6 References
  • 36. Lesson 6  Create the Letter table (brown cells) as shown: • All fields are text and number characters, no formula. Lesson 1 Lesson 2 Lesson 3 Lesson 4 Lesson 5 Lesson 6 Total % Grade Letter Name 4 4 4 4 4 4 24 100% A 0 F Buggsie 4 D Doc 8 C Almer 12 C+ Daffy 16 B Tweety 20 B+ Average 24 A  Add the following formula in cell J2 (red cell): =VLOOKUP(H2,$K$2:$L$8,2) • Review vlookup under “More ways to use HLOOKUP and VLOOKUP functions” of Microsoft Office Online Help and How-to found as follows: • Use the copy option (fill handle) as demonstrated from Microsoft Office Online exercise of Excel lessons worksheet. Excel 36 Lessons Lesson 4 Lesson 5 References
  • 37. PowerPoint Lessons Worksheet  The application software is Microsoft Office 2003 • You will begin by opening a blank slide presentation.  Only one slide will be showing with the default slide layout, usually it is the Title Slide. • There are many other types of slide layouts:  Title and Text, Text Only, and Title and 2 Column Text for Text Layout slides.  There is a Content, Text and Content Layouts, and Other Layouts. • Your first lesson will begin with using Microsoft Office Online. We will be using the help and how-to provided by Microsoft.   The format of the inline menu structure is as follows: Home > Products > PowerPoint > PowerPoint 2003 Help and How-to  Under Documents 1-8 of 8, select “Create your first presentation”. • Complete the entire Overview which contains:  Slides, text, and notes,  Design and layout,  Proof, print, and prep for the show. 37 Lessons Lesson 7 Lesson 8 Lesson 9
  • 38. Lesson 7  Begin with a new blank presentation, enter the title and subtitle. • The title can be anything of your choosing, keeping it appropriate to the subject. • The subtitle can include you name and something like Accomplishments, Credentials, or something about this class.  Apply a slide design of your choosing, insert a new slide, typically the next slide is a Title and Text layout. • You can leave that layout or chose one of your own. • Office Online Templates:  To get to office o line, verify the Task Pane is available, if not, from the View menu > Toolbars… > Task Pane the toolbar should show up in the right menu area. • If any other toolbar except Slide Design is showing in the right menu area, select the down arrow and chose Slide Design. • Scroll down to the bottom and select “Design Templates on Microsoft Office Online”.  Select a category, from that category, select only one that is compatible with your version of Microsoft Office. PowerPoint 38 Lessons Lesson 8 Lesson 9 References
  • 39. Lesson 8  Develop your presentation with these goals in mind: • Slide two should incorporate the radial diagram from the Word section. • There should be at least 5 slides to your presentation.  Incorporate text and graphics where applicable. • Your presentation should show some organization in the sequence of events and maintain a professional and/or entertaining setting. • Any use of recourses or research material other than yours needs to be properly sited.  Create a reference slide using APA format. • The references (see link below) from this course presents the proper APA format. PowerPoint 39 Lessons Lesson 7 Lesson 9 References
  • 40. Lesson 9  Modify your presentation from lessons 8 and 9 as follows: • Add slide transitions. • Add action settings to at least the graphics. • Review your presentation:  Check for spelling, grammar, and/or syntax where applicable. • Upload your presentation to the Discussion blog for peer critique and evaluation. PowerPoint 40 Lessons Lesson 7 Lesson 8 References
  • 41. Learning Event Blog’s  Main Blog at: www.netvibes.com/jr66  Course Content Blog at: jrw1234angelfine.com/blog/  Discussion Blog at: jrdidntdoit.blogspot.com/  Email at: jr85stang@juno.com Word Excel PowerPoint 41 Lessons Lessons Lessons References
  • 42. References 12manage, The Executive Fast Track. (July 8, 2009). Organizational Charts. Retrieved July 8, 2009 from http://www.12manage.com/methods_organization_chart.html Crabby Office Lady. (2009). Crabby demystifies Excel terms. Retrieved July 5, 2009 from http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/excel/HA102337801033.aspx? pid=CH062527681033 Felder, R. M. (n.d.). Index of Learning Styles (ILS). Retrieved June 2nd, 2009 from http://www4.ncsu.edu/unity/lockers/users/f/felder/public/ILSpage.html Felder, R. M. (n.d.). Learning Styles and Strategies. Retrieved June 2nd, 2009 from http://www4.ncsu.edu/unity/lockers/users/f/felder/public/ILSdir/styles.htm Hein, G. E. (15-22 October 1991). Constructivist Learning Theory. Retrieved June 10th, 2009 from http://www.exploratorium.edu/IFI/resources/constructivismlearning.html Martinez, M. (Dec. 9, 2000) Learning OrientationsModel. Retrieved June 22nd, 2009 from http://www.trainingplace.com/source/research/learningorientations.htm Micro-Guidance Lesson Plans Learning Event Blog’s 42
  • 43. More References North Central Regional Educational Laboratory. (n.d.). Constructivist Teaching and Learning Models. Retrieved June 10th, 2009 from http://www.ncrel.org/sdrs/areas/issues/envrnmnt/drugfree/sa3const.htm Office Online. (2009). Create an organization chart in Office 2003. Retrieved July 6, 2009 from http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/word/HA011588171033.aspx Office Online. (2009). Create organization charts and other diagrams. Retrieved July 7, 2009 from http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/powerpoint/HA011327501033.aspx Office Online. (2009). Creating formulas. Retrieved July 8, 2009 from http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/excel/CH010004901033.aspx Office Online. (2009). More ways to use HLOOKUP and VLOOKUP functions. Retrieved July 9, 2009 from http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/excel/HA010565491033.aspx Office Online. (2009). Creating your first presentation. Retrieved July 9, 2009 from http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/powerpoint/HA011327501033.aspx Micro-Guidance Lesson Plans Learning Event Blog’s 43
  • 44. And More References Oliver, Ron. (2000). When Teaching Meets Learning: Design Principles and Strategies for Web- based Learning Environments that Support Knowledge Construction. Retrieved June 10th, 2009 from http://www.ascilite.org.au/conferences/coffs00/papers/ron_oliver_keynote.pdf Shank, P. (2007). The Online Learning Idea Book. San Francisco, CA: Pfeiffer Sloan-C, Margaret Martinez, Ph.D., C.Victor, Bunderson Edumetrics Institute and Brigham Young University. Learning Differences, Conative, Affective, E-Learning, WBT, Learning Theory; Foundations for Personalized Web Learning Environments. Retrieved June 22nd, 2009 from http://www.aln.org/publications/magazine/v4n2/burdenson.asp#15#15 The Training Place, Inc. (Last updated: June 2007). Learning Orientation Questionnaire, Measuring Learning Ability and Thinking Capabilities. Retrieved June 22nd, 2009, from http://www.trainingplace.com/loq/loqinfo.htm Tina Simms, Content Specialist. (February 2009). RAVE! Seminars and the E2 Approach. Retrieved June 22nd, 2009 from http://www.raveseminars.com/raveApproach.pdf udutu. (2009). Online Course Authoring. Retrieved June 19th, 2009, from http://www.udutu.com/ Micro-Guidance Lesson Plans Learning Event Blog’s 44