Product ID : CA1013
“I really liked learning how to merge and split cells when creating tables. Before this session, I made very basic tables. Now I feel confident in creating more detailed tables that are also visually attractive for my students. This will enhance my rubrics and teacher created resources for my students.” –Melissa C.
Tables are used to organize information (data). In the classroom, we use tables to write lesson plans, track student progress, create curriculum maps and grading rubrics, design tests, games, schedules and worksheets and much, much more!
In this course, you will create 3 tables. This first will be a score card. The second will be a grading rubric and the third will be a lesson plan template. When you have finished these projects you will have utilized the most ubiquitous tools in table design while creating useful materials for your classroom!
PROJECTS TO BE COMPLETED
1. Score Card
2. Grading Rubric
3. Lesson Plan Template
Basic computer file management knowledge, e.g. opening, saving and uploading files, creating folders, basic word processing skills
· Internet Access
· Word Processing Software: MS Word, Word for Apple, etc.
PROFESSIONAL LEARNING OBJECTIVES
· Create a Score Card, Rubric and Lesson Plan Template for use in their classrooms.
· Explore ways to integrate tables into their own classroom to improve student learning.
COMMON CORE STANDARDS
· CCSS: ELA-Literacy- Writing K-12
· CCSS: ELA- Literacy- RST Science and Technical Standards 6-8.9