Certification Prep Microsoft Outlook 2010 will help prepare students to take the Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) Microsoft Outlook 2010 certification exam. G-W's Certification Preparation Series consists of individual guides that provide practice in the basic skills needed to be successful using the corresponding software. No previous software experience is required. Although the guides focus on learning skills, not test taking, users that complete the practice will be prepared to take the official software certification exam and demonstrate workplace readiness. Step-by-step instructions demonstrate actual software commands and features, building from basic to advanced. Content is divided into small units for better learning and usage. There is no need to download files or purchase additional materials as all lesson content is created using the software.
Provides an affordable way to prepare for industry certification versus other methods.
Integrates easily into existing classroom activities.
D. Michael Ploor - is the author of the CORE series of certification preparation guides. Mr. Ploor’s students have achieved exceptional results with the CORE certification preparation guides. His students collectively pass more than 500 industry certification exams each year without the need for other preparation materials. Mr. Ploor has demonstrated the strength of integrating the CORE guides in a diverse mix of courses.
Mr. Ploor is also the author of several textbooks on the subject of video game design: Video Game Design and Programming Concepts, Video Game Design Foundations, Video Game Design Composition, and Introduction to Video Game Design. He is a National Board Certified Teacher in Career and Technical Education and holds an MBA degree from the University of South Florida. He maintains professional teaching credentials in Business Education and as an Education Media Specialist.
Mr. Ploor is at the forefront of innovative teaching and curriculum development. He developed STEM curriculum while serving as the lead teacher in the Career Academy of Computer Game Design at Middleton Magnet STEM High School. Mr. Ploor has applied his skills as a STEM Curriculum Integration Specialist in designing innovative curriculum and by collaborating to construct the state standards for video game design in several states. He has also been instrumental in authoring competitive events for career and technical student organizations (CTSOs) such as the Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) and Phi Beta Lambda (PBL).
In addition to publishing textbooks and lessons, Mr. Ploor provides professional development as a frequent presenter at regional and national conferences to promote CTE education and video game design curriculum.