This class will teach you how to use the world’s most popular document processing tool – Microsoft Word. Starting from the basics of how to create a simple document and progressing all the way to learning how to create professional looking parent-teacher letters, compositions, brochures, and fliers, you will learn how to master Microsoft Word as well as how to create lesson plans that teach your students how to use Microsoft Word. For the busy professional, tips are given how to embed Microsoft Word assignments into your existing lesson plans.
- Learn how to teach your students to use Microsoft Word.
- (Massachusetts) 15 PDPs.
Approved by Mass Department of ESE for PDPs. Also listed on MyLearningPlan for Boston Public School teachers.
Note: PDPs are determined by the number of clock hours. The number of PDPs may vary according to participant, up to a maximum of 15 PDPs. Participants must document their clock hours in order to receive credit.
- (General) 1 graduate-level PDU.
Transcripts in sealed envelope provided by Brandman University. University processing fee not included; $90 per credit + course fee.
Course number: EDKU 9102
- Please check with your school district or local authority on whether the kind of credit this course provides can be used towards meeting your professional development, salary differential, or credential renewal needs.
- For questions, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
This course provides the following types of credit: