Microsoft Excel 2010 offers an easy way for students and teachers to analyze, manage, and share classroom material in more ways than ever before. Use Excel in fun and interesting ways to engage your students, for example, you can explore complex subjects such as patterns of climate change, chart geometric equations, or help students see the "big picture" by creating visual timeline representations of important events. Excel 2010 is also a great tool for organizing your classroom data and tracking student progress throughout the school year.
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A simpler way to collect, analyze, and display class information
Excel 2010 simplifies the way you collect and analyze classroom information and lets you be more productive while doing it. With new features like Sparklines, Slices, and Backstage, data entry has never been easier to perform and understand. Simply enter any piece of data into an Excel worksheet and choose from a variety of new and improved features to help you arrange class information, evaluate student trends, and convert the results into easy to read charts, graphs, and tables. If you are familiar with previous versions of Microsoft Excel, you will find that Excel 2010 is easier to use and offers more flexibility to your desired teaching style.
Excel 2010 is your path to a more efficient and productive classroom:
Collect and analyze data using visual graphs, charts, tables, and more
Sort information quickly and easily using improved data filters
Monitor student progress and keep a close eye on individual achievements
Use pre-designed grade-book templates to track student grades
View collected data in a more understandable way
Manage subject material with more flexibility
Create entertaining student projects for any subject
500 MHz or faster processor
Windows 7, Vista with SP1, XP (must have SP3) (32-bit), Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2003 with SP2 and MSXML 6.0 (32-bit Office only), or later 32- or 64-bit OS
256 MB RAM or higher
2 GB available disk space
1024 x 576 or higher resolution monitor
Internet functionality requires Internet access
Internet Explorer 6.0 or later, 32-bit browser only
Students will learn about daylight. They will collect data on sunrise and sunset in the town or city where they live. They will understand the data pattern and offer a hypothesis about the reasons that the amount of daylight varies during the year.