# Computer Master

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 A computer once beat me at chess, but it was no match for me at kick boxing. ~Emo Philips

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What is Excel? This Microsoft Excel tutorial is a great tool for students to learn about budgets, Excel formulas and more. MS Office Excel is used in this lesson plan to show the students the sum, subtract, division and product formulas. The
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This project is my students' favorite project year after year. This Microsoft 2010 Publisher download is a great project to get to know the students at the beginning of the year and introduce them to Microsoft Office 2010. Additionally, it can be a
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This Microsoft 2010 Excel file teaches students how to use the count formula, max formula, min formula, average formula and introduces sorting. There is Excel instruction and Excel tips for each formula with practice problems for the students to
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In this Microsoft Word lesson plan, the students will be using a variety of skills to create a menu for a restaurant. These skills include using the format painter, cover pages, tables, shapes with text, inserting and editing pictures, symbols,
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In this how to Excel spreadsheet, students can practice using the sum formulas, subtraction formula, product formulas (or multiplication formula), division formula, count formula, minimum formula, maximum formula and average formula. There is Excel
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Excel test on the most common Excel formulas. These formulas include addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, maximum, minimum, average and count. The test also gauges the student's ability to interpret a spreadsheet and to use filling in a
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In this 2010 Excel tutorial, students will get practice entering information into cells, using the average formula and learning a good life lesson about the value of grades and hard work. To make Excel seem applicable to middle school or high
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In this Microsoft Excel tutorial lesson plan, your students will have to opportunity to use addition, subtraction, multiplication, dynamic copying and even the complex payment formula (optional) to plan out their futures. I've taught Excel for
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This Microsoft Word 2010 tutorial is a lesson plan to help students combine words with images and graphics to take their word documents beyond the five paragraph essay. Students should already have some familarity with Word. This Word How-To will
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This 2010 PowerPoint Lesson Plan is a PowerPoint tutorial to help students learn to adjust a presentation's theme, PowerPoint background, insert sound into PowerPoint and work with transitions. The speaker notes can be used by the teacher to teach
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This Excel practice test prepares students for a test on Excel formulas on addition, subtraction, division, multiplication, maximum, minimum, count and average formulas. Also, they should know how to fill in a series. Lessons that teach these skills
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This Microsoft Publisher Lesson Plan challenges students to create a full brand identity for a sports franchise they invent. This Microsoft Publisher lesson plan includes directions for what Publisher skills to cover with the students as well as
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I am in my 7th year of teaching. The first 3 were spent teaching a writing workshop course along with honor's English. For the last three years, I have been teaching computer applications. This Apps course, as I call it, is primarily used to teach the Microsoft Office applications Word, Excel, Publisher, PowerPoint and MovieMaker. Prior to teaching, I spent 6 years in the advertising industry both on the creative and account sides.

MY TEACHING STYLE

My philosophy is that if you make the work interesting, the students will want to do it. Therefore, I strive to make all my projects applicable to the students' lives and be based around subjects they might not normally get to study in school. Subjects like sports, pop culture, music and teen/tween life tend to get the best results.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

I was published in the Reading (PA) Eagle newspaper as an outstanding educator.

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

Undergraduate: Penn State University (advertising) Graduate: Eastern University (Multicultural Education) 45 additional masters level credits from Drake University, North Dakota St. and Fresno Pacific University.

Proud father of two. Dedicated coach of 7th-9th grade football.

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