NYS Education K-12 School Board Research EdTech Teams. staff dev. FedLeg NYS Learning Technologies Center at Cornell University. massachusetts Department of education. Math Archives http://www.adirondackoutpost.com/outpost/edu.htm
Extractions: American History Archive Project History Active Educational Software Museums in the USA Library Art Groups ... BC Harris Publishing - Free Alumni Services K-12 NYS Education Dept. NYS School Board Assoc. ERIC NYS Regents ... NYSED Docs NYSCATE NetTech EdWeek List EdTech Teams ... School Attorneys Special Ed. VESID IDEA Attention Deficit Disorder CSE Grants ... Medication Article More Links Access Excellence Network
Prof. Growth And Staff Dev. Terms and PDPs Teachers and other staff members who serve in positions that require certificationissued by the massachusetts Department of education are currently http://admin.needham.k12.ma.us/staff_dev/staff_dev_01-02/terms.html
Extractions: In order to advance on the negotiated salary schedule of step increases , Unit A staff members must successfully complete a two (2) or three (3) hour approved course with a satisfactory grade for graduate credit in a degree-granting program within each three-year period, with the exception that this may be excused for a five (5) year period following the receipt of a degree or advancement to the M+30 schedule. Teachers who have completed 15 years of teaching will be exempt from the course requirement except when required to take in-service courses upon the request of the evaluating supervisor. In order to advance on the negotiated salary schedule from one lane to another, teachers must successfully complete a graduate degree program (Masterâs or Doctorâs) and supply substantiating documentation to the Superintendent by September 1 or request a lane change (a change in oneâs professional credentials: M+15 to M+30, for example) to the
Massachusetts Education Reform Review Commission 118 SHPPS 2000 Table 4.7. States That Provide Funding for or Offer staff Development on Mental Health and Social Services Topics for Mental Health or Social Services staff, by Topic 1 Yes No ? Incomplete Data AfterSc h ool Program s Alcohol http://www.massedreformreview.org/research/textreports/acadsstext.htm
Extractions: Abstract ACADEMIC SUPPORT SERVICES PROGRAMS IN THE COMMONWEALTH: A REPORT ON IMPLEMENTATION The fiscal year 1999 state budget of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts provided $20 million in new funding to school districts "to develop or enhance academic support for students scoring in level 1 or 2 on MCAS, or for students who have been identified as needing improvement based on locally administered standardized assessment." These grants funded programs that were primarily academic in focus. The line item (Chapter 194 of the Acts of 1998, the state fiscal year 1999 budget, line item 7061-9404) provided funding for three types of academic support services programs: SCHOOL YEAR PROGRAMS: These state-funded academic support services programs extended the school day and included after school, Saturday school, and/or vacation school programs; SUMMER SCHOOL: Half-day or full-day academic support services programs offered to students during the summer vacation period (late June, July and August). INDIVIDUAL READING AND TUTORING PROGRAM: One-on-one tutoring programs for 4 th grade students who scored in the "pre-reader" or "basic" category on the grade 3 state Iowa reading test administered in the spring of 1998.
Extractions: Attendees Name Title OrganizationName EmailAddress Melba Acevedo Instructional Designer Northern Essex Community College email@example.com Alice Aguiar Manager, Software Dev. Bridgewater State College Aguiar@BRIDGEW.EDU Cristina Ajemian Associate Professor Massasoit Community College firstname.lastname@example.org Peter Allmaker Associate Dean Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts email@example.com Dr. Jabbar Alobaidi Professor Bridgewater State College firstname.lastname@example.org Tammy Anderson Assoc Director, IS Bridgewater State College email@example.com Grace Barrett Staff Assistant/Training Coordinator Salem State College firstname.lastname@example.org S. Mabell Bates Archivist/Special Coll Bridgewater State College email@example.com
Profesional Dev. state and federal Special education mandates services adhere to the massachusetts'Professional Licensure offer new and continuing staff training opportunities http://jmagno-assoc.com/professional_dev_.htm
Extractions: Professional Development services adhere to the Massachusetts' Professional Licensure Standards for teachers and administrators. With our off-site and on-site professional development services , schools and school districts are able to offer new and continuing staff training opportunities that could earn professional development points or college credits. Through a partnership with Salem State College , teachers and administrators are able to earn college credits for individual courses or form a cohort of twenty or more staff to earn a Masters' Degree in a specific area of study. Feedback Form Course and Training Topics for Professional Licensure Professional Standards for Teachers: Curriculum and Instruction Effective Instruction Classroom Climate and Operation Teacher Leadership Being a Teacher Leader/Mentor Learning Facilitation Skills Peer Coaching Collaborative Consultation Model
Trelease Lectures, States I-M massachusetts. of education Research (1800-735-3503 register) all day teacherseminars Kansas City, MO 30, 2002 Ferguson-Florissant Schools staff dev. http://www.trelease-on-reading.com/calendar_states_i_m.html
Extractions: The Massachusetts Bar Institute, founded in 1995 as a charitable not-for-profit organization, operates exclusively for the benefit and purposes of the Massachusetts Bar Association. A key directive of the MBI is the development of educational programs through the Office of Continuing Legal Education, which is committed to the preparation and presentation of quality professional development programs on topics of interest and concern to the members of the bar. MBA-CLE is the designated agency to administer and coordinate continuing legal education programs to the MBA membership at-large and is dedicated to being responsive to the needs and interests of the members of the MBA who desire legal education. All members of the MBA and its sections are encouraged to submit proposals on seminars that they feel would be of interest and benefit MBA members. New seminar concepts should be submitted to the MBAwCLE office. Submissions can also be directed to a section chair or the section education coordinator designated for each section. Proposals should be submitted in writing, ideally in the form of the program description form available through the MBA-CLE office.
BostonWorks - Social Worker Jobs In Greater Boston Ctr. For dev. of Human Services Milford, MA. 23, Crc V. 63, staff education Director.massachusetts Extended Care Federation - Concord, MA. 64, Supervisor 3-11pm. http://bostonworks.boston.com/browse/jobs/social_worker.shtml
Extractions: Staffing Firms The Boston Globe The New York Times and the Web Social Worker Jobs EXACT MATCHES Social Worker Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center - Boston, MA Social Worker Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center - Boston, MA Social Worker Big Sister Association - Boston, MA Social Worker Boston Public Health Commission - Boston, MA Social Worker Bournewood Health Systems - Brookline, MA Social Worker Caritas Good Samaritan Medical Center - Brockton, MA Social Worker Caritas Norwood Hospital - Norwood, MA Social Worker Cascap, Inc. - Cambridge, MA Social Worker Communities United Inc. - Waltham, MA Social Worker Dare Family Service Inc. - Sandwich, MA Social Worker Harbor Health Services, Inc. - Dorchester , MA Social Worker Harbor Health Services, Inc. - Dorchester , MA Social Worker Social Worker Social Worker Kindred Healthcare - Needham Social Worker Lawrence Memorial Hospital of Medford - Medford, MA Social Worker Massachusetts Association For The Blind - Brookline, MA Social Worker Massachusetts Extended Care Federation - New Bedford, MA
Teacher Education | Faculty And Staff Directory Elementary education University of massachusetts, Boston, MA. Faculty, dev. AngelR. Stobaugh, Visiting Instructor Elementary education/Program Coordinator 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
Massachusetts Technology Leadership Consortium Sites to Share with Students and staff Learning in the of Your Hand http//www.handheld.hicedev.org/; PalmApplications in education http//pie.concord.org/list http://www.ma-tlc.org/keeping_connected/archive_display.asp?ID=10
BIO-TBL Information from both faculty and Al dev, 14%. Information from coaching staff,1%. Bank Street College of education. massachusetts Institute of Technology(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
EDLINKS - Educational Links MATSOL massachusetts Association of Teachers to Speakers of Other all sectors of thepublic education system org OrtonGillingham Teacher Training - staff dev. http://www.mirolka.com/links.htm
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.
UUA Giving Opportunities - Planned Giving Wills Gift and Estate Planning staff will assist you in Religious education curricula development;Growth and of Congregations, a massachusetts charitable corporation http://dev.uua.org/giving/giftplans/wills.html
Extractions: Planned Giving ~ Making a Gift to the UUA in Your Will Thank you for your interest in naming the Unitarian Universalist Association as a charitable beneficiary under your will. Here you will find basic information about how to make that provision, including sample language you may use in your legal documents. The UUA Charitable Gift and Estate Planning staff is available to answer any questions or concerns you may have. We appreciate hearing about your generous plans, and look forward to welcoming you into the UUA Legacy Society thank you and to encourage others to follow your example and provide for the future of our liberal religion. Read about how a couple in New Jersey made the UUA their "fourth child" in their estate plans Types of Bequests Unrestricted Bequest: Used for general purposes, this type of bequest is especially appreciated because it can be put to immediate use for programs and services in greatest need.
Professional Dev. Gretchen Rossman, University of massachusetts at Amherst online facilitator; andcommunication with support staff. s evaluations of distance education courses http://www.eval.org/eval2000/pdslist.htm
Extractions: Professional Dev. OVERVIEW: With the exception of sessions I and II (information about which may be found below), each professional development session runs either 3 or 6 hours (half day or full day) and offers participants the opportunity to explore, in depth, a new skill, concept, or idea related to evaluation. Professional Development sessions are offered independently of the regular sessions for the conference and require a separate fee in order to attend. FEES: Half day sessions for members are $75 and whole day sessions are $150. For students the fees are $40 and $80 respectively and for non-members the fees are $100 and $200. Register for these using the conference registration form. SESSION LIST: Professional Development Sessions are offered according to time period: Session Time Date Off-Site Opportunities various 30-31 Oct 00 Tuesday Full-Day Sessions 31 Oct 00 Wednesday Full-Day Sessions 1 Nov 00 Wednesday A.M. Sessions 1 Nov 00 Wednesday P.M. Sessions 1 Nov 00 Sunday A.M. Sessions
Extractions: Ops Management Michael Best Yao Chen Riaz Khan David A. Lewis ... James P. Monahan Marketing Clare L. Comm Braxton Hinchey Valerie Kijewski Duncan G. LaBay Management Information Systems Edward T. Chen Sharyn Hardy Gallagher Luvai F. Motiwalla Leo L. Pipino ... J. Stephen Collins is Associate Professor of Accounting in the College of Management where he teaches courses in both financial and managerial accounting. In addition to these broad areas, his fields of interest include management of colleges and universities, federal compliance auditing, and use of the microcomputer in business and education. He has written a number of articles and other publications on these topics, most recently in The Akron Business and Economic Review, Issues in Accounting Education , The Massachusetts CPA Review, Planning for Higher Education, The Woman CPA
Extractions: get things done agencies elected officials Select Program Area DOE HOME Advisory Councils Board of Education Career and Technical Education Charter Schools Compliance/Monitoring Curriculum Frameworks/Institutes Dual Enrollment Early Learning Services Education Reform Educational Technology Educator Licensure Tests (MTEL) Educator Licensure Employment Opportunities ETIS Family Literacy Forms Directory General Educational Development Grants: Information Information Services Health, Safety and Student Support Services MCAS MECC - (Career Center) "No Child Left Behind" Federal Education Law Nutrition Programs Reading Office School and District Accountability School and District Profiles/Directory School Councils School Finance School-to-Career Education Security Portal Special Education Spread the Word Title I Virtual Education Space - VES Videotapes News District/School Administration Educator Services Assessment/Accountability ... Adult Education
Extractions: Obj: Tech support Act: Tech support librarian LLC budget/reclass X Act: Staff troubleshooters Volunteers or HLL designees X Obj: Public service Act: Ref. Training - Mass ME, HP X Act: Ref. Training - Fed ME, HP X Act: Elec. training MH, JS, CA, ? X Act: Frontline Committee, incl QLLs, LLAs X Act: Attend Prof. Dev. All staff X Goal #2: Library users will find useful information at TCLLs, or be referred to an appropriate resource. OBJECTIVES RESPONSIBILITY FY Obj: Diverse population Act: Review collections Committee, HLLs, QLLs, LLAs X X Act: Identify lang./translators All staff X Act: Translate materials Volunteer or committee X X Obj: Self-rep. Litigants Act: Partnership HLLs, QLLs X X Act: Visit courts/over 3 yrs. HLLs, QLLs + PR Team X X X Act: Local court info. All staff X Act: Invite court staff All staff X X Goal #3: Library users are able to locate legal information efficiently no matter the medium in which it is kept (paper, microformat, electronic format, etc).