Good teaching has a method for transferring knowledge. In math, students are taught theorems and proofs. The results may be written as a formula: a2 + b2 = c2. Chemistry has a specific language for teaching and documentation as well: H2O. Music has a written language, too, or we would have lost the works of Beethoven and Mozart. And so does computer technology. Observation, Orientation and Notation: The Computer Mama method comes from years of teaching online and in the classroom. We have been able to take a complex subject and teach it plain and simple.
Clair Dickson has a B.S. in Secondary English education from Eastern Michigan University. She currently works as an online course facilitator in a lab setting, working with students taking courses towards their high school diplomas. Clair Dickson also completed her Graduate Certificate in Educational Media and Technology through Eastern Michigan University Online, doing all of the work online. She earned the Microsoft Office Master certification by passing the tests for Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook.
Elizabeth Nofs is the author of more than 60 Computer Mama Guides. Elizabeth received her B.A. degree in biology from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. She is a Microsoft Office Specialist. She teaches at Mott, Washtenaw and Macomb Community Colleges. eBeth also teaches online for Ed2Go, World Education and Excelsior College.
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