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5 tips to help create a student workbook in Numbers.
Welcome to the third post in this series of videos, there will be one last post sharing a downloadable PDF with all the content on it so keep an eye out for that. I’m loving creating resources to help you ‘Get the most out of your MacBook’.
In this series, we have dived into creating engaging content for your students using Pages, Numbers, and Keynote. These apps are part of the native Apple iWork suite and are free to download if they aren’t already on your device.
Remember as well as watching the video there is downloadable resources with each of the posts in this series. I encourage you to share these with your Kaiako and your students.
In this post, we will use Numbers to create a student workbook that complements my second post in this series, where I created an example app on Keynote as a model. This downloadable resource is designed to help students record their ideas, designs, feedback, and reflections as they go through the process of creating an App Prototype.
Here is a link to my second post https://education.apple.com/en/resource/250011903
The accompanying video guides you through five top tips for creating Numbers workshop, covering:
- Setting up your sheets and tabs
- Creating and saving your own shapes in “My Shapes”
- Captions and titles
- Conditional formatting (conditional highlighting)
- Formatting data
As an Apple Professional Learning Specialist, my role is to empower educators in developing their skills and confidence in utilizing Apple technology. I take great joy in being a part of their educational journey and witnessing the remarkable transformation of students' creativity through the use of technology.
Link to the Everyone Can Code project https://shorturl.at/egnq3
If you’d like to find out how to create engaging content with Pages, check out my other post in this series. https://education.apple.com/en/resource/250011902
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