Microsoft Excel 2016 for the Classroom
January 25, 2021 written by PDC
Microsoft Excel 2016 for the Classroom
Microsoft Excel 2016 is an extraordinary tool that offers endless possibilities for teachers and school administrators. This software contains more features than merely creating lists of data and tables. It provides an opportunity to develop rubrics, keep supply records, track grades, keep student databases, perform calculations, and so much more. With the right guidance and instruction, this once-seemingly daunting program is both user-friendly and powerful for the beginning and seasoned user.
But where should you begin in getting to know this robust tool? Professional Development Courses at the University of La Verne offers the course Microsoft Excel 2016, which is designed for K-12 educators and administrators. By completing hands-on projects designed to be relevant and immediately applicable to the education environment, students will be introduced to Excel 2016 skills presented through step-by-step instructions. Get ready to transform your classroom and enhance your skills with Microsoft Excel 2016!
Benefits of the Course Microsoft Excel 2016
In the course Microsoft Excel 2016, K-12 teachers and administrators will learn a multitude of Excel 2016’s features and how to use them efficiently. From learning shortcuts to understanding how to perform more complex applications of the software, here are some other topics you can expect to find in this practical course.
- Identify Excel 2016 screen elements
- Enhance the appearance of a worksheet
- View spreadsheets side by side
- Use concatenate to merge text into one column
- Create a dropdown list
- Change number format to currency and percentage
- Sort data
- Create merged documents
- Use formulas to perform basic calculations
- Create and customize graphs and charts
- Download and customize an Excel template
- Understand and copy relative and absolute cell references
- Apply data validation
- Insert a conditional formula with data bars
Successful completion of Microsoft Excel 2016 will lead to many long-lasting benefits once you are able to manipulate this software with ease and proficiency. You may also find that it could impact your professional career by allowing you to leverage your new skills towards salary advancement, license renewal, or recertification. All students are encouraged to seek approval from their district or state before enrolling in this course.
All content within this course is self-paced, written in a user-friendly format, and accessible online 24/7 or via PDF format delivered to your email inbox.
Additional Benefits of Microsoft Excel 2016
This three-semester credit course, Microsoft Excel 2016, can be applied toward the Integrating Technology into the Classroom Certificate offered by Professional Development Courses at the University of La Verne. Other popular course options for this practical certificate include:
- Creating a Google Apps Classroom
- The Flipped Classroom
- eLearning Made Easier: Creating Dynamic Learning Opportunities
- Microsoft Word 2016
- Microsoft PowerPoint 2016
- Unlocking the Mysteries of Code
- Blending Learning: Empowering Students for Success in the Digital Age
- Understanding and Teaching the Rewired Brain
- Much More!
Note, the University of La Verne is accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges. Since requirements may vary, students should check with their school district or state department of education before enrolling in a course.
How to Register
The course Microsoft Excel 2016 is completed online or via an emailed PDF format. All books and materials are mailed to the student regardless of the format selected. Featuring online chat support and quick grading turnaround times, the course is open for registration at any time during a semester. Upon completion, students receive graduate, non-degree semester credit on official transcripts from the University of La Verne, an accredited university in La Verne, California.
Registration is simple and can be done online or over the phone. Courses are offered on a rolling basis during three standard semesters, and you can begin whenever you are ready! Courses are offered ongoing during three semesters. Students may enroll in up to a maximum of 15-semester credits at any time during each semester.
The registration dates are:
Fall: September 1 – January 31
Spring: February 1 – May 31
Summer: June 1 – August 31
Microsoft Excel 2016 no longer needs to be an intimidating program. By completing this course, you will be prepared and equipped to use this in your everyday professional and personal life. Let’s begin!