Extractions: (Click component number to read detail.) MASTER INSERVICE PLAN (MIP) COMPONENTS Component Name Old No New No Points In-Field For Department Adaptive PE (Endorsement) ALL ESE/AdapPE Admin. Admin Administrative Awareness Training ALL Admin Adolescent Depression - Hopelessness Generic Staff Dev Affective Skills and Techniques for Educators Generic Staff Dev Alternative Certification Program Generic/Qual. Staff Dev Art - P/D K-12 Umbrella. Art, Elem.Ed. Gen Acad Assessment of Exceptional Students ALL ESE Assessment Strategies/Individualized Prog.Planning ALL ESE B.A.L.A.N.C.E. ALL ESE Basic Human Relations Skills NA Classified Beginning Reading (an ETC offering) ALL Staff Dev Behavior Management for Except. Students I (EH) ALL ESE Behavior Management for Except. Students I (MH) ALL ESE Behavior Management for Except. Students I (SLD) ALL ESE Behavior Management for Except. Students I (VE)
!..Equipping Florida Adult Education Practitioners..! ADE 21 Proposal Component 1 Abstract ADE 21 Proposal Proj. staff Directory Regional Professional dev. Advisory Council (RPDAC) Scope of work results to the education staff of the florida Chamber of Commerce for http://www.fsu.edu/~efae/proposal.html
Extractions: Needs Assessment Task Force (NATF) Scope of work Sampling Matrix for Needs Assessment Respondents ... Request for Proposal The central purpose of this proposal is to increase the capacity of Florida's adult education system and its regional personnel to innovate, apply new ideas, and enhance program effectiveness as we move into a new century. The target population for the grant request is composed of all adult education teachers and administrators in Regions I through V The principal Indicator of Adult Education Program Quality targeted by the proposal is IX, "Staff Development." The proposed activities will also have a measurable impact on one important dimension of Indicator VI, "Program Planning and Evaluation" (namely, community input to programs) and on one dimension of Indicator VII, "Curriculum and Instruction" (instructional resources: technology). Funds will be used to implement a project that qualifies both in the Special Demonstration and the Teacher Training categories of 353 funding. The workplan calls both for providing critical training to persons engaged in adult education and for strengthening the professional development system at a regional level in a manner that will "involve the use of innovative methods", "promote more effective programming" and further "a comprehensive or coordinated approach to problems of adults with educational deficiencies."
Staff Development Contacts florida Department of education Approved Master Inservice Plan Holders. William Hall. Dir., staff dev. http://www.myfloridaeducation.com/profdev/pdf/staffdev.pdf
Extractions: Region 1 Region 2 Region 3 Region 4 ... Request for Proposal The ADE 21 Project's essential purposes are to: strengthen regional capacity for identifying and meeting adult educators' professional development needs in each of Florida's five regions; engage business and community stakeholders in the process; and to identify and cultivate training resources within the region itself as well as those available via inter-regional exchange. Regional Professional Development Advisory Councils (RPDACs) will be created in each Department of Education region of the state to direct the project activities and assure that the complementary points of view of adult education professionals, business representatives, community leaders, and students themselves are taken into account. The project offers a more systemic and proactive approach to reforming and upgrading professional development capacity for Florida adult education than has been available to date. Innovative educational technologies will also play a role in the professional development model implemented by ADE 21. The workplan calls both for providing critical training to persons engaged in adult education and for strengthening the professional development system at a regional level in a manner that will "involve the use of innovative methods", "promote more effective programming" and further "a comprehensive or coordinated approach to problems of adults with educational deficiencies". Overall, ADE 21 constitutes a critical component in current efforts of the DOE's Division of Workforce Development to help each state's region to take the lead in developing its own training infrastructure.
Staff Dev. A dynamic and energetic presenter whose acclaims include florida's Primary Teacherof the an international seminar tour for BER (Bureau of education Research http://www.innovativels.com/StaffDev.htm
Extractions: WHY ILS? ILS has a reputation for providing tested, creative, and practical ideas to the educational industry. We have an up-to-date selection of topics which include all subjects across the curriculum, testing, standards, methods, national reforms, and more... We provide guaranteed, all-inclusive up-front pricing to protect your budget. We have a large number of nationally known, award winning presenters with over 100 years combined expertise in education. We save you time by providing logistical support and planning. Just invite your teachers and learn! "What a wonderful experience with ILS! My teachers came back from this seminar changed and so excited about teaching again! They loved the organization, the many ideas offered, and especially loved that ILS uses 'real' teachers! Thanks ILS!" -Judy Banta, District Curriculum Coordinator "WOW! This conference was filled with so many practical strategies. The presenters were inspriring, entertaining and so informative about the National Standards and our state curriculum. I absolutely would recommend this conference, it is a must see." -Cathy Hanson, K-1 Multi-Age Teacher
Staff Dev Adele L. Rogers, Principal. staff DEVELOPMENT ACTIVITIES the following staff development activities READ 180 Training, Orlando florida School Law for Special education. School to http://ms.houstonisd.org/hollandMS/RogersWeb/staffdev.htm
Extractions: W. S. HOLLAND MIDDLE SCHOOL 1600 Gellhorn Drive Houston, Texas 77029 Adele L. Rogers, Principal STAFF DEVELOPMENT ACTIVITIES During the 1998-99 school year, I participated in the following staff development activities: READ 180 Training, Orlando Florida Summer School Training Voyager Annenberg Lamplighter School Team Training Annenberg Critical Friends Training Project CLEAR HU-LINC SAP Data Analysis/School Portfolio HISD Mathematics Summit Furr Feeder Pattern Conference AIMS School Law for Special Education School to Careers Verifying School Data Multilingual Training OCR Training Reading in the Content Areas Content MasterySpecial Education Inclusion PeopleSoft (July 23, 1999) Team to Create a Theme Thematic Planning 4MAT Awareness Training Interpersonal RecallIPR Training Mentor Principal Training Assessing Effective ESL Strategies for LEP Students
Extractions: FSEC Site Guide Navigation: The FSEC web site is arranged in 6 main interest areas. The first, our home page, contains general information about the Center, our activities and available resources. The remaining five interest areas are subject-specific. To assist you in moving quickly around the site, these interest areas are listed in a mapped image bar at the top of most pages on this site. Your current location will appear in a different color on this "top bar" when you have left our home page. These main interest areas are repeated as text links at the bottom of most pages, where there is also a small fsec /sun logo that serves as a link to our home page. The following detailed site guide is also available as a link from most of the pages on this site. Links in this site guide will change color if you have visited them:
Extractions: On addressing the changing nature of leadership, University of Florida President John Lombardi said: "If we knew all there is to know about leadership it would be contained all in one book. Instead we move from one best seller to the next finding out all we can about this elusive topic." Lombardi made his comments to his schools Higher Education Administration doctoral program. This lack of a coherent knowledge base presents a major challenge for graduate leadership programs if they are truly meeting the students needs for professional preparation. David Pierce, president of the American Association of Community Colleges, has stated that an important contribution could be made to community colleges if it were possible to identify the knowledge, skills, abilities, and competencies community college presidents need to be successful in the next century. In 1995, the 21st Century Education Leader Project was launched. The project, which was developed by the Institute of Higher Education at the University of Florida in cooperation with Saville and Holdsworth, Ltd., is an effort to move "beyond Jell-O to substance" and identify the attributes of a 21st century community college leader. The project provides a work profile for community college presidents of the 21st century, which can be used in leadership development and selection. After one year, preliminary results of the project are encouraging. Leaders of the Colorado community college system, including presidents, vice presidents of instruction, and system staff, have assisted in pilot testing this profile and developing baseline norms for each position. The Association of Community College Trustees has worked with a pilot community college to incorporate the profile into the colleges presidential search process. Results are also being analyzed in an effort to modify the graduate curriculum of the community college leadership program at the, University of Florida. The purpose this article is to review the process of the development of the profile and share some of the preliminary results and plans for further development.
Teacher Education | Faculty And Staff Directory of Pittsburgh at Gbg. Director, Admin. Faculty, dev. 1971-1974 1991-1994. AssistantProfessor of education, University of West florida. 1984-1991. http://www.mscd.edu/~ted/contact/faculty_staff.shtml
Extractions: Academic Degrees: 1981 Ph.D. Special Education University of Denver, Denver CO 1978 M.Ed. Special Education The Citadel, Charleston, SC 1976 B.A. Special Education and Elementary Ed. Flagler College, St. Augustine, FL 1972 B.S. Journalism University of Florida, Gainesville, FL Professional Experience: 1989-present Metropolitan State College of Denver- Associate Professor Southeastern Louisiana University, Hammond, LA- Assistant Professor University of New Orleans- Assistant Professor Summerville School District, Summerville, SC-Special Education Teacher St. John's County, St. Augustine, FL- Special Education Teacher Nancy S. Bailey, Professor Reading
Extractions: School Board of Brevard County Floridas System of School Improvement and Education Accountability James Madison Middle School IV School Name Area APPROVAL HISTORY ACTIVITY DATE ACTIVITY DATE Received Public Input Feeder Chain Review Parent Review 21-25 October 2002 Approved by School Advisory Council 14 October 2002 School Advisory Chairpersons Signature Principals Signature School Board of Brevard County Floridas System of School Improvement and Education Accountability 2002-2003 School Improvement Plan ACTION PLAN James Madison Middle School School Goal and State Education Goal (mark one) GOAL 1 ( GOAL 2 GOAL 3 ( GOAL 4 GOAL 5 GOAL 6 GOAL 7 GOAL 8 Readiness to Start School Graduation Rate Student Performance Learning Environment School Safety Teachers And Staff Adult Literacy Parental, Family, and Community Involvement THREE YEAR SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT OBJECTIVE 1 Reading: (include 2000-01 baseline and 3 rd year (2004) target To improve students FCAT reading scores each year by increasing to 50% or higher the number of students scoring at Level 3 and above and decreasing to less than 50% the number of students scoring at Level 2 or below 46% @ Level 3 or above; 54% @ Level 2 or below).
Monte Selby Previous Engagements League of Middle Level education Conference, Stockholm GEORGIA * Gallaway Districtstaff dev., Abedon, NEW Wakulla County Schools staff, florida * DODDS schools http://www.monteselby.com/Engagements.htm
Extractions: MONTE SELBY PRESENTATIONS SELECTED PREVIOUS ENGAGEMENTS European League of Middle Level Education Conference, Stockholm, SWEDEN * Institute for Middle Level Leadership (National Middle School Assocation ), Rock Hill, SOUTH CAROLINA * Kansas Assocation for Youth Conference, Rock Springs, KANSAS *National PTA Conference, Nashville, TENNESSEE * I/D/E/A Conf., Atlanta, GEORGIA , Claremont, CALIFORNIA , Green Bay, WISCONSIN , Denver, COLORADO * A Kaleidoscope of Learning, Cedar Rapids, IOWA * Staff Dev., Newkirk, OKLAHOMA * MASA, Supt. Conf., Traverse City, MICHIGAN * Association of California School Admin. Region VII, Sparks NEVADA * NASSP Conf., Atlanta, GEORGIA Gallaway District Staff Dev., Abedon NEW JERSEY * Wakulla County Schools Staff, FLORIDA * DODDS schools, ENGLAND * SADD State Conf., KANSAS * Assoc. of Ed. Service Agencies, National Conf., Phoenix, ARIZONA * Content Academy, Harrisonburg, VIRGINIA * Florida League of Middle Schools, Gainesville, FLORIDA * Teaching the Transescent Conf., WISCONSIN * Keys School District, Modesto, CALIFORNIA * Council on Rural Sp. Ed, National Conf.
Program Sites florida. Click drop staff dev., Click on ACP to get to ACP Southeastern Louisiana UniversityIntenet Special education Alternative Certification Program College http://www.alt-teachercert.org/program_sites.htm
Extractions: NAAC Home Page Current Programs National Association for Alternative Certification The following is a partial listing based on member responses. For information on states not listed, please return to the home page and e-mail us for information about the state in which you have interest. California California State University
Extractions: Welcome to Our House Leadership What's New House of Prayer ... Leadership Development Congregation Temple Israel is blessed with a wonderful clerical and lay staff. Together, they put into action programs and services which further Jewish learning and identity among our members and the community at large. Rabbi Mark L. Shook has been Senior Rabbi since 1987. A graduate of the University of Michigan (BA - Anthropology/Near Eastern Studies), he was ordained from the Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion (HUC-JIR) in 1972. As Assistant and later Associate Rabbi of Congregation Temple Israel from 1972 until 1980, he was instrumental in organizing our beautiful Edison Retreat Center, located in Troy, Missouri. Rabbi Shook was awarded the Doctor of Divinity degree from HUC-JIR. He serves on the Board of Interfaith Partnership of Metropolitan St. Louis, is co-chair of Faith Beyond Walls, an interfaith program of community service, and is chairman of the Board of Ranken-Jordan, a children's convalescent hospital. He also serves as a Police Chaplain for the City of Creve Coeur and for St. Louis County, and as Adjunct Professor of Philosophy at St. Louis University, under an endowed lectureship of the Jewish Chautauqua Society.
CCMB Staff education INSTITUTION AND LOCATION. DEGREE. In Biological basis for tooth eruption,ed. Z. Davidovitch, CRC Press, Boca Ratan, florida. dev Biol 16285103. http://www.usc.edu/hsc/dental/ccmb/pages/pages_Lab Staff/Valentino Santos lab_pa
Extractions: Publications Ravindranath RM, Tam WY, Bringas P Jr, Santos V, Fincham AG (2001). Amelogenin-cytokeratin 14 interaction in ameloblasts during enamel formation . J Biol Chem 2001 Jun 25; [epub ahead of print] Slavkin HC, Chai Y, Hu CC, Mayo M, Bringas P, Santos V (1995). The role of growth factors in early tooth morphogenesis. In: Biological basis for tooth eruption, ed. Z. Davidovitch, CRC Press, Boca Ratan, Florida. Chai Y, Mah A, Crohin C, Groff S, Bringas P Jr, Le T, Santos V, Slavkin HC (1994).
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BIO-TBL Information from both faculty and Al dev, 14%. Information from coaching staff,1%. Bank Street College of education. Bard College. florida International U.(1). http://www.earlham.edu/~assess/html/majorsdept/natsciences/bio/bio-tbl.html
Extractions: In what fields are they working? FIELD OF EMPLOYMENT NO. Arts/Crafts (musician, actor, artist) Business (accountant, sales, personnel, mgmt) Clergy/Ministry Computer (programming, systems analysis) Education (professor, el ed, day care) Engineering/Construction (architect, interior design ) Farming/Conservation Foreign Service (interpreter, diplomat, Peace Corp) Health Services Homemaking Law (lawyer, judge, police, politician) Mental Health (social worker, psychologist) Scientific Research/Application Writing/Journalism Unemployed Other No Update
New Page 0 State education Goal 100% of the teachers will participate in the florida Literacy Reading Excellence (FlaRE) training and Training staff dev. http://www.okaloosa.k12.fl.us/cherokee/School Performance Plan 2002-03.htm
Extractions: OKALOOSA COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT TITLE I SCHOOLWIDE PLAN School: CHEROKEE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SCHOOL FOCUS: Reading District Objective: % of Okaloosa County students will achieve adequate yearly progress in Math as defined by the State of Florida during the 2002-2003 school year. State Education Goal: Student Performance SACS Correlation: Learning to Learn. Expanding and Integrating Knowledge. Thinking and Reasoning. School Objective: 64% of the students will achieve adequate yearly progress in Reading during the 2002-2003 as defined by the State of Florida. TARGET GROUP(S) SUPPORTING DATA (Summary) STRATEGIES (Include technology and instructional materials) TRAINING (Identify measurable teacher outcomes) CUSTOMER RELATIONS (Community/Parent awareness) ADEQUATE PROGRESS (Completed at year end) Retained Students in 3-5 grades. Students performing in Levels 3-5 on the FCAT in March 2002.