MBRT Prof. Dev. Plan staff having the time, encouragement and opportunity to Report and Recommendationsto the maryland State Department of education, which includes http://www.mbrt.org/d-professi.htm
Extractions: MARYLAND BUSINESS ROUNDTABLE FOR EDUCATION PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT MBRT believes that better teaching leads to better learning. MBRT believes that teachers must be well-trained and supported in order to achieve effective learning for their students.. MBRT believes that teachers should know their subject and how to teach it. MBRT believes that students who need help the most should be taught by capable teachers. Recommendation of Strategic Direction for: PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT IN MARYLAND'S PUBLIC SCHOOLS 1996 - 2000 The plan is built around achieving a vision which includes: Professional development enabling all those involved in educating Maryland's students to be active partners in a learning community. Staff having the time, encouragement and opportunity to develop ways of increasing student learning. Professional development going beyond the traditional in-service approach by using innovative methods of teaching and learning to bring effective practices into Maryland's schools. A bridge between educational goals and student achievement, professional development builds capacity for continuous improvement.
MSDE Directory Of Public Education - MSDE Information MCTP Impact on the Wider education Community External sites that have cited MCTP online activities (updated Feb. 13, 1998) Example of sharing of curricula, cited in "Cool Computing Learning and Doing in the Digital Age" http://www.msde.state.md.us/directory
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Local Features in Oz (collected at UWA); C'wealth staff dev Fund; Mellon (Anderson); Leeds CBL group;TAME papers (Math education). SIGCHI Bulletin back issues; U maryland HCI Lab; http://www.cs.mu.oz.au/~eas/sources.html
Microsoft Enterprise Agreement has entered into the MEEC (maryland education Enterprise Consortium Desk, and centraloffice staff will be FoxPro, Visual J++, and Visual Inter dev; http://www.pgcps.pg.k12.md.us/~meec/
Extractions: Maryland Educational Enterprise Consortium MEEC Web Site FAQ's Min.Requirements Responsibilities ... Installation Tips Microsoft Enterprise Agreement The purpose of the Maryland Educational Enterprise Consortium is to establish a systemwide standard for computer software used for word processing, spreadsheet, database, and presentations in schools and offices. Designation of a specific software package for these purposes will ensure compatibility of work done at various sites, improve efficiency among offices and schools, and facilitate timely support, ease of training, and economy through bulk purchasing. Purchases will be made through an educational licensing partnership between the Division of Information Technology Services and the University of Maryland. Prince George's County Public Schools The complexity of installing the multiple titles in the agreement on nearly 10,000 computers is an overwhelming task. As a result, each Building Administrator will designate a current staff member in the building as its EL (Enterprise Liaison), who will coordinate the installation of the software on the computers used there and those owned by its staff members. Typically in high school or middle school this would be the Technology Coordinator in the building. In elementary schools this task might be given to the Media Specialist or a Lab Manager. The Regional Technology Coordinators and staff members of the can be made available for additional help with installation at locations such as the elementary schools where there may not be a Technology Coordinator.
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BILLS BY SUBJECT: AUDITOA - 1997 Regular Session Housing and Community dev.) and Delegates General Assembly Legislative staff andServices Entitled, Higher education - maryland Higher education Investment http://mlis.state.md.us/1997rs/subjects/auditoa.htm
Extractions: HB 492 Status as of April 29, 1997: Became Law - Chapter 111 Sponsored By The Speaker (Administration) and Delegates Mossburg, Shriver, Heller, Conway, Fry, Workman, Baldwin, Dembrow, Kopp, Rawlings, Marriott, Cadden, McIntosh, Rudolph, Slade, Holt, Willis, Proctor, and Palumbo Entitled Higher Education - Maryland Higher Education Investment Program Committee HB 504 Status as of March 20, 1997: Bill is in the House - Third Reading Failed Sponsored By Delegates Stup, Nathan-Pulliam, Elliott, Stull, Brinkley, Snodgrass, Hecht, McKee, Edwards, Harkins, D. Hughes, Donoghue, Poole, Workman, Watson, O'Donnell, Hubbard, Kirk, C. Davis, Boston, C. Mitchell, Love, Harrison, Fulton, Fry, Willis, Hutchins, Klausmeier, Stocksdale, Frush, Getty, Montague, and Arnick
County News Online agency management; or an equivalent combination of education and experience HumanResources 107 North Liberty Street Centreville, maryland 21617 (410 staff; dev. http://www.naco.org/pubs/cnews/current/Section-JobMarket.html
Extractions: Director Character Education, Division of Instruction and Staff Development, Maryland State Department of Education Given rising incidence of discipline problems and declining parental involvement in the moral development of their children, schools and agencies are faced with increased need for leadership that incorporates character education as an essential component of their programs. Additionally the aftermath of violence in the schools has resulted in a nation refocused on the role of leadership in the development of a school climate that is safe: one based on core virtues that promote individual character development. No longer can effective leadership be defined solely in terms of competence, organizational structure and management skills. Rather it must include a commitment to the demonstration of sound character by all members of the learning community, creating an environment built on virtues like mutual respect and responsibility.
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Extractions: We will be offering Palm workshops for teachers and administrators at various times throughout the year. Here are the currently scheduled training times: Date Time Class Place Introduction to the Palm Staff Dev. Room Introduction to the Palm Staff Dev. Room Introduction to the Palm ASTE Conf. Anchorage Palm Power: Handheld Computers Pro II ASTE Conf. Anchorage Learning in the PALM of your Hand ASTE Conf. Anchorage Intermediate Palm Training for Administrators
Untitled maryland, in partnership with the maryland. State Department of education, thegroup. strategies to staff dev elopment and. training programs. education. http://www.avidoffice.com/docushare/dsweb/GetRepr/Document-2109/html
Extractions: To try DocuShare on-line please visit our Web site at ht tp://docushar e.x er o x.com/ S UCC ESS S TOR Y Creative thinkers all ov er the world are look- ing for new ways to harness the potential of the World Wide Web. Pushing the limits of the Internet is one of the missions of the Center for T echnology and Education (CTE). Operating out of John Hopkins University in Maryland, in partnership with the Maryland State Department of Education, the group is developing new models and strategies for using technology to enhance education. Recently, CTE was asked to lead the coordination of the Southeast Cluster of Technology Innovation Challenge Grants. The Challenge Grant program w as intro- duced by the Clinton administration to serve as a catalyst for positive change in schools. The grants focus on enhancing teachers skills and their professional dev elopment to use computers and advanced learning technologies in their classrooms, said U.S. Secretary of Education, Richard W. Riley. Students will benef it from teachers who are f amiliar with these rapidly changing tech- nologies and are able to effectiv ely integrate them into their teaching curriculum.
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Extractions: HGSE Shortcuts... Harvard University HGSE Home HGSE Faculty and Staff Directory HGSE News Search/Site Map This list contains employment and/or graduate school status of graduates who responded to our annual post-graduation survey. Ed.D., Ed.M., and C.A.S. graduates from November 1995, March 1996, and June 1996 were surveyed. Questionnaires were mailed in November and again in December of 1996, and additional telephone surveys were conducted in January. Over 56% of the Class of 1996 responded in a valid manner. Ed.D. Ed.M. Individualized Programs: Specialized Programs: C.A.S.