These activities are designed so that all educators can find something that interests them irrespective of their computer experience. You will notice that there is a range of scenarios. Look through the list and start with the one that interests you the most. At the end of each activity you will notice that there are further scenarios related to the one you have just completed as well as links to skills at a higher level of difficulty.
The course is divided into three levels of difficult from the beginner – Intermediate – Advanced Level.
Design an assessment tool
As an educator you are required to regularly assess learners. You can create an assessment tool using a table in Microsoft Word. Once you have designed this assessment form, you will be able to save it, print it out and use it over and over again. You will also be able to make changes to the saved file and use it for different assessments. By the end of this task you could achieve the following outcomes: Download an example – Design an assessment form – Create a table in word with columns and rows – Resize columns, change borders and shading Create your own assessment tool – one which you will find useful. Alternatively, follow this example. To do so you would typically work through the following steps: