Here is an activity I designed for working with a few elements in Excel. Skills covered: Conditional formatting cell addresses ranges copy/paste drag and fill data validation fun! I made a block of 100 squares. […]
The first Hands-on Theory Conference was a great success – thank you to Marjorie Raijmakers who dared to share her dream with me! A big thank you to all the exhibitors as well as the teachers and […]
Using, modifying and creating new styles in MS Word.
I whipped up ten quick tables for my Grade 10’s to practice their table skills. Borders, alignment, shading, measurements and merging skills are all tested here. Convert the MS Word to PDF and have the […]
A very simple activity to get my Grade 10’s to think a little bit! The goal of this exercise is to get them used to the process they will be employing when it is time […]
Made in response to a question by a teacher in our Facebook group to see if there was a keyboard shortcut for the ‘Merge across‘ feature or if a macro would need to be recorded. […]
Teaching theory in Computer Applications Technology should not be done ‘theoretically’. There should be a practical, tangible element that students can physically engage with to reinforce the concepts being taught. I have decided to try […]