Microsoft in Education
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|Organized into K-12 education, higher education, academic products and pricing, and education resellers and business partners. Math, Economics, and Science Lessons for using Office in the classroom use Word, Excel, Power Point, and Internet Explorer to cover fundamentals, algebra, geometry, calculus, and trigonometry. Other K-12 education resources include articles called Classroom Corner, From Desktops to Networks, Funding, Internet and Intranet, Professional Development, and Technology Planning and Implementation; and sections on Microsoft in Education; Training and Classroom Resources; Networking and Administration; Technology Planning; Real School Stories; and Product and Support Information; Teaching and Learning includes Technology in the Classroom, Laptop Computing, and Accessibility Resources; K-12 Connection Newsletter. Higher Education organized into Faculty Development, Online Learning, Students (features scholarships and discounts for students), and Promotions and Programs.|
|Levels:||Elementary, Middle School (6-8), High School (9-12), College|
|Resource Types:||Computers, Lesson Plans and Activities, Commercial Businesses, Articles, Newsletters, Documents/Sketches/Galleries, General Software Miscellaneous|
|Math Ed Topics:||Disabled/Challenged, Staff/Prof Development|
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