Untitled Document AND K16 WRITING TEACHERS OF SOUTHERN arizona. Project is a collaborative highereducation/public school also calling it the best staff development model in http://www.coh.arizona.edu/English/sawp/project overview.htm
Extractions: writing links AN AFFILIATE OF THE HIGHLY ACCLAIMED NATIONAL WRITING PROJECT in collaboration with the UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA WRITING PROGRAM IN THE DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH COLLEGE OF HUMANITIES AND K-16 WRITING TEACHERS OF SOUTHERN ARIZONA THE NATIONAL WRITING PROJECT History The National Writing Project began at University of California, Berkeley, in 1974 with 25 teachers; in 2000, over 181,000 teachers were in writing projects at 175 sites around the country. In 2001, NWP sites asked 12,480 expert teachers to work with colleagues, administrators, parents, community members, and students. The result was 2.6 million contact hours for participants in NWP programs. The National Writing Project is a collaborative higher education/public school initiative that provides professional development programs for classroom teachers;
Extractions: Skip Navigation You Are Here ENC Home Professional Development By Your Own Design Build a foundation... ... Ask ENC Explore online lesson plans, student activities, and teacher learning tools. Find detailed information about thousands of materials for K-12 math and science. Read articles about inquiry, equity, and other key topics for educators and parents. By Your Own Design Get started... Build a foundation... Select learning strategies... ... Frequently Asked Questions Before you can improve the effectiveness of instructional practices in your school, you need to know where to begin. Student data can reveal weaknesses and strengths in teacher practice. The Inquiry Process: From the Classroom to the School by Nancy Love
CIPE | About CIPE | Staff Bios Kris joined the staff in November 1995 as CIPE's of science degrees in Biology andSecondary education and a degree in Biology from the University of arizona. http://www.evisual.org/www/About/StaffBios.html
Extractions: 800/322-9884 ext. 205 Steven Moore holds a Ph.D. in Renewable Natural Resources Studies and Sociology from the University of Arizona. He has taught environmental studies, human biology, environmental management, sociology, and outdoor recreation management at the University of Arizona, Pima Community College, and St. Lawrence University. He has served as the project director and evaluator for National Science Foundation programs in mathematics and science education, professional development for teachers, and development of minority participation in science careers. He also has conducted environmental and sociological research for the U.S. Department of Defense, Bureau of Land Management, U.S. Forest Service, National Park Service, and the University of Arizona. Dr. Moore is the Principal Investigator on CIPE's Visualizing Addiction and Mapping an Ocean Sanctuary grants and Co-Principal Investigator on the Consortium for Optics and Imaging Education project of Monroe Community College in Rochester, New York.
OHRP Staff, Graduate Assistants include the Upward Bound Programs at arizona State University and inclusion for students,faculty, and staff with mental illnesses in higher education. http://www.inform.umd.edu/OHRP/aboutus/staff/ga.html
Extractions: You may also visit him at his Homepage for his VITA. Meet JOHN DAVES who currently does intergroup dialogue programs and teaches a core diversity course for our Office, AMST 212 : The All American Game in the American Studies program. He is currently working on his Ph.D. in American Studies with a concentration on ninetenth century American literature, ninetenth and twentieth century African American literature and cultural studies. He has taught English at Friends' Central, a quaker private school in a suburb of Philadelphia prior to coming to the University of Maryland. He was born and raised in Lawrenceville, New Jersey. He earned his B.A. in Political Science from Susquehanna University, an equivalent of an English degree from Rider University and a Masters of Arts and Teaching in English from Colgate University. He also received a fellowship to attend the Bread loaf School of English at Middlebury College. Meet Irene Kao who works with student outreach and the Intergroup Dialogue Program. She is a masters student in the College Student Personnel program. Irene comes from the state with 10,000 lakes (Minnesota). Before coming to College Park, Irene was a student and worked for the University of Minnesota (Go Gophers!), where she received her Bachelors degree in English and Psychology. Irene has experience working in alumni affairs, orientation and first-year programs, and career counseling. Some of her interests include: social justice education, multicultural and diversity education, cultural awareness, Greek life, student development, and leadership development. Stop by on your way to visit Dan (see above) to ask about her devotion to the Minnesota Vikings, her parents Chinese restaurant, and the arts.
Resume Master of education, Counseling, Human Relations; May Northern arizona UniversityFlagstaff, arizona. Training Committee; Residence Life staff Training Committee http://jan.ucc.nau.edu/~jls/resume.htm
Science Education Liaison Office exploration is designed for adults in a professional development setting and Educationstaff from Flandrau Science Center and the arizonaSonora Desert http://biology.arizona.edu/selo/ii.html
Extractions: Educators involved in science education of kindergarten through twelve grade and undergraduate students will find the Inquiry Institute a powerful professional development. The Inquiry Institute aims to: The Institute was established in 1999 as a K-8 teacher professional development and is expanding to include K-12 and University outreach and science educators. Inquiry-based instruction, hopefully, results in students who are engaged in open-ended, student -centered activities. Students investigate natural phenomena, using their background knowledge and experiences. Students pose questions, solve problems, and create answers or tentative generalizations. The Inquiry Institute is a three-day institute held the last week in May. The Institute includes two core sessions, Immersion Experience and Questioning, that all participants engage in and a choice of three sessions from the five sessions listed below.
AHSC Phoenix Campus - Contact Info The active involvement of faculty, staff, and students College of Medicine at theArizona Health Sciences Council for Continuing Medical education to provide http://www.ahsc.arizona.edu/phoenix/academic/
Extractions: Faculty Resources These Online Academic Resources for medical students, residents, and faculty provide access to databases at the AHS Library in Tucson and links to information on the Internet. Its the closest thing to a One-Stop Shop for online resources related to learning and teaching in medical education. Content for MEDICAL STUDENTS includes: academic resources, residency information (e.g., websites, CV and Personal Statement guides), medical organizations, other educational links, student affairs, and curricular affairs. Content for RESIDENTS includes: academic resources, interpersonal skills, clinical teaching, board preparation, and career development. Content for CLINICAL FACULTY includes: academic resources, teaching resources, faculty development, other education links, and medical organizations.
Arizona Department Of Education with an emphasis on arizona's mathematics and of higher education with teacher educationprograms, help and where appropriate, other staff and administrators http://www.ade.state.az.us/asd/eisenhower.asp
Eller College Of Business And Public Administration We offer undergraduate (BSBA and BSPA), MBA, MPA, Masters, and Doctorate degrees in the traditional Category Reference education Business and Executive education programs bridge Students Faculty ProspectiveStudents staff Visitors Eller of arizona Campaign arizona Campaign for http://www.bpa.arizona.edu/
Extractions: The Eller College of Business and Public Administration is one of 17 colleges of the University of Arizona in beautiful Tucson Arizona . A highly ranked institution, the Eller College is a center for professional education as well as for frontier-advancing research . We offer undergraduate (BSBA and BSPA), MBA MPA Master's degrees , and Doctorates in the traditional business disciplines - Accounting Finance Marketing Management and Policy and Economics as well as cutting-edge fields such as Management Information Systems and Public Administration . Innovative Entrepreneurship International Business and Executive Education programs bridge the classroom with the real world.
Arizona Commission For Postsecondary Education ACPE provides info on education programs, colleges and universities, and financial aid programs as well as performing policy analysis. Find an agenda and meeting dates. arizona Commission. for Postsecondary education. Building Meaningful Partnerships in education assist arizona's citizens and education institutions in education awareness http://www.acpe.asu.edu/
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The Path Of Theatre University of arizona. Theory and Practice, College of education, 1994. 1996- StaffDevelopment Seminars - Arts Integration, Intelligence and Knowledge theories http://www.dakotacom.net/~skye/tpot.html
Extractions: desert scene This is a Education consultancy business specializing in staff development and classroom training based in Theatre, Intelligence, Brain and Knowledge theories, and Semiotics. Since 1996, the path of theatre has conducted staff development, planning, dialogue, collegiality, mentoring and inter-classroom partnerships which now create the basis for a kinesthetic method which uses theatre as a tool to explore, experiment, problem solve and share knowledge using the whole self. paul fisher, director of the path of theatre, has conducted staff trainings and student/teacher workshops in over a hundred schools throughout the U.S. and in Europe. 1998- Conversation techniques, Family Literacy and English Speaking requirement, for English as a Second Language Students. targeting gifted, generalist, fine arts and pre-school teachers and students, this multi-year project is extending arts integration with collaborations between art teachers and other staff and extending the impact of these techniques to include 2, 3 and 4 year olds. multi-year, open ended, collaborations with schools and staff which develop rooted bodily-kinesthetic practices becoming part of the school culture.
BARA Faculty And Staff Administrative staff. Kevin Oakes. María Rodríguez. Armando Vargas. Nancy Young.The Bureau of Applied Research in Anthropology The University of arizona, http://bara.arizona.edu/fac_staff.htm
PtyS/LPL Outreach Programs astronomer David Levy was added to the staff in 1993. home for The Science and MathematicsEducation Center (SAMEC entity formed in 1994 by the arizona Board of http://www.lpl.arizona.edu/outreach/
Extractions: LPL believes that its advanced research programs should have a symbiotic relationship with other societal needs; this principle is especially appropriate in a state university. LPL has mounted significant efforts and programs to bring the fruits and expertise of its scholarship to bear on wider education needs of the state. Descriptions of our programs follow below the web links. Space Grant Information about Meteorites that fell or were found in Arizona. Arizona Space Grant Consortium In 1988, NASA established a program called Space Grant, which was designed to provide activities in colleges and universities that increase the understanding, assessment, development, and utilization of space resources and to expand the educational, scientific, and research base of all space-related fields. Currently, 52 consortia administer programs in three areas of university and NASA concern: research, education, and public service. The Arizona Space Grant Consortium is based at the UA and has over 15 university, research, and industrial members. The UA Space Grant program supports an undergraduate research internship program with LPL faculty, graduate fellowships for LPL students, and participates in many educational outreach programs at all levels from kindergarten to grad school. Susan Brew is the Arizona Space Grant Coordinator; you can contact her at 520-621-8556 or find her in room 333. For more information, see the
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2003 Institute - National Academy Foundation people of all backgrounds continue their education as a The 2003 Institute for StaffDevelopment will be held Desert Ridge Resort Spa in Phoenix, arizona. http://www.naf.org/conferences/institute/2003_Institute
Extractions: Purpose top As the capstone of NAFs staff development activities, the annual Institute features several days of intensive peer training, industry presentations, and networking opportunities, with the goal of ensuring that Academy programs are successful, focused on the improvement of public education, and dedicated toward helping young people of all backgrounds continue their education as a step toward building careers. Theme top This year's Institute theme will be TEAMWORKs , reflecting NAF's belief that a strong Academy team is at the heart of any successful program. Dates and Location top The 2003 Institute for Staff Development will be held Thursday, July 10th through Saturday, July 12th, 2003, at the in Phoenix, Arizona. Hotel Contact Information:
Extractions: (Frequently Asked Questions) Site Index Map Subscribe to receive newsletters, web updates and more... ATTN: Arizona Faculty The Request for Proposal [ Word or PDF requires Acrobat ] to apply for Learner-Centered Education (LCE) grant funds is now available. Due date for proposals is September 22, 2003. The Arizona Regents University (ARU) Grant Proposal Guidelines, Instructions and Reporting information for 2003 Academic Program Development grants has been revised. The annotated agenda of Board actions taken at the March 6-7, 2003 meeting is now available. Among the items approved were Minutes of the January 10, 2003