Item description for Excel for the Math Classroom (Excel for Professionals series) by Bill Hazlett, Bill Jelen, Laurie E. Smith, Dane Boedigheimer, Astrid Feltes-Peter, John Reisbord, John F. Schank & Michael Hayes...
Thisguide to enabling middle-grade mathematics teachers to use Microsoft Excel in the classroom focuses primarily on concepts taught in grades 4--10, with some pre-algebralessons for higher grades. Including files available for downloading to create custom math worksheets, build self-grading interactive spreadsheets, and use Excel to demonstrate charts and Cartesian math, this handbook provides fun examples of probability, solving equations, magic squares, and compound interest.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.5" Width: 7.5" Height: 9.25" Weight: 0.95 lbs.
Release Date Jan 2, 2007
Publisher Holy Macro! Books
ISBN 1932802150 ISBN13 9781932802153
Availability 0 units.
More About Bill Hazlett, Bill Jelen, Laurie E. Smith, Dane Boedigheimer, Astrid Feltes-Peter, John Reisbord, John F. Schank & Michael Hayes
Bill Hazlett is a mathematics instructor at the University of Akron who taught for 30 years at both middle and high schools in the areas of industrial arts, mathematics, and computers. He lives in Akron, Ohio.
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Should be a part of any serious Excel teaching library. Mar 12, 2007
Microsoft Excel helps bring math concepts to life through applied functions that turn theory into real-world practice, and there's no better place to turn to for examples than Excel for The Math Classroom, a series of structured teachings about Excel's capabilities and potentials. From math art, fractions and cryptography to coordinate grid matching and math facts games, Excel for The Math Classroom is written by and for teachers and should be a part of any serious Excel teaching library.