Extractions: National Staff Development Council has been involved in staff development since 1981. Her most recent book, What Works Best in the Middle: Results-Based Staff Development , is the result of her continuing goal to "increase student success through school improvement and standards-based individual and organizational staff development." Ms. Killion will share her expertise and her broad range of experience to us at the conference. Steve Barkley Conference Schedule
Extractions: "henrymp" was last seen on 4/6/2003 6:56:48 PM. About Instructor Michael Henry Expertise Include: Member Picture Online learning is about sharing... it is not a one-way experience. Online learners can be creative explorers, not passive students. We must take every opportunity to encourage participants to share, in an constructivist environment. This member has earned no official awards or certificates on UniversalClass. Instructor Ranking Top 100 Instructor List Instructor Rank: No. 336 out of 4410 instructors
The Workshops | Corporate priorities, make better use of your staff through skills Company missouri Dept Ofeducation missouri Lottery Motion John New Haven Board Of education New York http://www.theworkshops.com/geninfo/corporate.asp?SchoolID=
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Extractions: Located at UMKC Welcome to the Kansas City Regional Professional Development Center (KCRPDC) located on the campus of the University of Missouri at Kansas City in the School of Education . We are one of nine regional professional development centers in Missouri serving school districts in Cass, Clay, Jackson and Platte counties. Our mission is to respond to and support the educational community by promoting and facilitating opportunities for continual professional growth. The KCRPDC works collaboratively with the following programs: STARR Teachers, Accelerated Schools MAP Missouri Center for Safe Schools , and Coalition for Missouri Mathematics News Flash! Check out Missouri's new Kansas City Area Assessment Program on-line! Check out Missouri's new Missouri Assessment Program (MAP) on-line! Check out Missouri's Teacher Certification Service News Flash! What's available? CALENDAR Professional Development Activities in the Region and elsewhere in Missouri Funding Opportunities Services available from the U.S. Department of Education
Agrability Project Indirect assistance provided by AgrAbility staff includes States Department of AgricultureUSDACooperative State Research, education and Extension missouri. http://www.uchsc.edu/atp/library/resourcesheets/agrability.htm
Extractions: Home For most of the over three million Americans earning their livings in agriculture, the work is not just their livelihood, it is their way of life; a productive and satisfying way of life of which they are very proud. Agricultural production is hazardous. The USDA National Agricultural Statistics Service estimates that more than 200,000 farmers, ranchers, and other agricultural workers experience lost-work-time injuries and occupational illnesses every year, approximately five percent of which have serious and permanent results. Off-the-farm injuries; health conditions, such as heart disease, arthritis, or cancer; and aging disable tens of thousands more. The Breaking New Ground Resource Center estimates that more than 500,000 persons working in agriculture have physical disabilities that interfere with their ability to perform essential tasks on the farm or ranch. Additionally, thousands of children born into agricultural families have disabilities, such as cerebral palsy, mental retardation, and epilepsy. Physical and attitudinal barriers often prevent these children from participating fully in farm and ranch operations, and from engaging in social and recreational activities enjoyed by other rural youth. The majority of people with disabilities who work or live in agricultural settings want to continue to do so despite their disabilities. All too often, however, they are frustrated in their attempts. Rural isolation, limited personal resources, gaps in rural service delivery systems, and inadequate access to agriculture-oriented assistance are among the obstacles they face.
Quality Counts: Missouri Data education spending per $1,000 in per capita income, 1995, Teachers as % of total staff,1995, 53, 54, 48, 53. This table shows missouri's scores, along with those of http://www.edweek.org/sreports/qc97/states/tables/mo-data.htm
Extractions: This table shows Missouri's scores, along with those of some of its neighboring states, in our five major areas. Student Achievement School Climate Resources Quality of Teaching Missouri Student Achievement Data For more information about these measures, see our Student Achievement page. N/A = State did not participate in NAEP testing. = Information not available. Iowa Kan. Mo. Neb. 4th graders proficient or advanced in reading, 1994 N/A 8th graders proficient or advanced in math, 1992 N/A 4th graders reading at basic, NAEP 1994 N/A 4th graders reading below basic, NAEP 1994 N/A 8th graders in math at basic, NAEP 1992 N/A 8th graders in math below basic, NAEP 1992 N/A Iowa Kan. Mo. Neb. 4th graders in math at proficient or advanced, NAEP 1992 N/A 4th graders in math at basic, NAEP 1992 N/A 4th graders in math below basic, NAEP 1992 N/A State-funded preschool for disadvantaged, 1995 yes no no no Public high schools with AP courses, 1996 8th graders taking algebra, 1992 Iowa Kan. Mo. Neb. Students taking upper-level math, 1994 Students taking upper-level science, 1994
Extractions: Initial Strategic Planning Results Overall purpose of the three-pronged advanced manufacturing initiative To educate teachers, counselors, parents and prospective students regarding the many benefits available from work in the advanced manufacturing field (high demand, good wages and benefits, portability of skills, etc.), and to let them know that these benefits can be achieved through one- and two-years of education after high school. Current relevant activities in region The bi-state St. Louis region has considerable resources available to prepare students for work in the advanced manufacturing field. At least seven public and private institutions with a combined presence in all counties of the region provide two-year degrees and certificates for occupations in the advanced manufacturing sector. A map and listing of these programs is attached. In addition, South County Technical School and North County Technical School (evenings only) provide advanced manufacturing training. A more comprehensive list of existing resources should be compiled for the final version of the advanced manufacturing education / public policy report.
NON-INSTRUCTIONAL ACADEMIC STAFF Back to the UWL homepage. NON-INSTRUCTIONAL ACADEMIC staff as of April 1, 2000. JDLaw, University of missouri. LISBETH A. REYNERTSON. International education. http://www.uwlax.edu/Records/00-02/Grad-Cat/NonInstructional.html
Extractions: as of April 1, 2000 WAYNE ABLER Media Specialist Media Services B.S., University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh JOHN ALLRAN Associate Researcher Biology B.S., Appalachian State University MICHAEL ANDERSON Assistant Coach B.S., University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire M.S., Winona State University PATRICIA A. ANDERSON Administrative Program Specialist B.S., University of Wisconsin- Stevens Point; M.B.A., University of Minnesota CONSTANCE M. ARZIGIAN Researcher Mississippi Valley Archaeology Center B.A., Catholic University of America; M.A., University of Wisconsin-Madison SHANNON ASH Associate Residence Hall Manager Residence Life B.S., University of Wisconsin-Whitewater ANDREW BAKER Lecturer/Athletic Trainer II Exercise and Sport Science B.S., University of Wisconsin-La Crosse; M.Ed., University of Virginia KEITH BAKKEN Administrative Program Manager I College of Health, Physical Education B.S., USMA, West Point, NY; M.S., University of Illinois CHRISTINE S. BAKKUM Administrative Program Specialist College of Liberal Studies B.S., M.S.E., University of Wisconsin-
Missouri 4-H > Kidstuff > H Foundation on behalf of the Mo 4H Youth dev. Provides an incentive for high education. MO4HHome Search Site Calendar Contact MO4H missouri 4-H Youth http://4h.missouri.edu/go/awards/peerrecognition.htm
Extractions: Some 4-H'ers are encouraged by a competitive spirit and enjoy the opportunity to compete with peers to determine the "best" project, performance or achievement. Sponsor Age Eligibility Selection Criteria Goal(s) State 4-H Award Winner National 4-H Congress Mo 4-H Youth Dev. Youth 14 to 18 and older as of January 1. 4-H enrollment on file at the extension center. Application submitted to county. County selects application to forward to regional review and interviews. Region selects 4-H'er to advance for state review. Applications due to state by April 1. 20 Award Winners Selected. Reflection on project, leadership and citizenship experiences in 4-H. Creating resume and participating in interviews helps with career preparation. National 4-H Conference Delegate Youth 14 years and older as of January 1. Selected as State 4-H Award Winner. Application due November 1 to the State 4-H Office. Telephone Interview 2 delegates selected.
Extractions: Dr Clarence AUXIER, PhD Idaho Uni. MA Adams Col. MS Missouri BA Graceland Lecturer Dr William BLANKE, Phd MSc BSc Univ. of Texas Lecturer Mr Matthew BRIGHT, BA Victoria, Wellington User Consultant Information Technology Services Michael GREGORY, DEd Brist. MSc Stan. BL Lanc. Mr Apisalome MOVONO, PGDipChem BSc S.Pac. Asst. Project Manager Institute of Applied Science Devadatta NADKARNI Senior Lecturer Ms Rejieli RACULE Junior Fellow Institute of Education Ms Veronica SCHIAFFINI, MS Univ. of Texas BS Monterrey Assistant Lecturer Dr Lorenzo VERACINI, Phd Griff. Lecturer
Earning Code Table and the Curators of the University of missouri. Y, Department, Personal Sick Leavefor exempt staff. faculty for extension or continuing education courses during http://web.umr.edu/~hrsinfo/PAFGuide/Tables/tabearncode.htm
Extractions: EARNING CODE TABLE Earn Code Descr Pay Type Source Eligible Retire Elig Used By Definition Example of Use ACA ACADEMIC NON-EXTENSION Add PAF Salaried No Department Extra compensation for non-extension teaching and research. 9 Month Faculty asked to take over a class. AWD AWARDS/PRIZES Add All No Payroll/HR Additional taxable compensation Outstanding Teaching Award, Outstanding Achievement in Recruiting BUY TENURE BUYOUT Add PAF Salaried No UM An amount paid pursuant to an early retirement to purchase the tenure rights of the tenured faculty member. Used when buying out tenured faculty. CAL CALL SHIFTS Reg Webtime Hourly Y Department On call for emergency. CAR AUTOMOBILE ALLOW-TAXABLE Add PAF All No Department Cash provided in lieu of tracking mileage of personal vehicle on a daily basis (with VP approval). CHA CHAN HOUSING ALLOW Reg PAF Salaried No Payroll/HR Cash allowance provided to Chancellor in lieu of living in Univ provided housing. CIO CALL-IN OVERTIME Add Webtime Hourly No Department Used for on call after 40 hours of work.
Extractions: Economic Development Contact Information The City of O'Fallon is located in the central portion of eastern Missouri. It is situated on Interstate Highway 70 in St. Charles County, about 30 minutes west of the St. Louis City Limits. The City is generously bisected in a north-south direction by Interstate Highway 70 and is also bisected by Missouri State Highway K. The City of O'Fallon contains nearly (27) square miles. Not only is the City of O'Fallon at the center of Missouri's fastest growing county, it is also near the population center of the United States. O'Fallon is about 15 minutes from one of the nation's largest airports, with an interstate and other federal and state highways serving our people and commerce. We have over 130 local industries, including Nordyne Inc., MEMC Electronics, True Manufacturing, American Power Conversion, Novus International Inc., Mastercard International, and Wainwright Industries, Inc. and we have room for additional growth. O'Fallon is known as a pro-business community and our dedicated staff proves it.
Table 4.7. States That Prov Ide Funding For Or Offer Staff Dev E 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.cdc.gov/NCCDPHP/DASH/shpps/summaries/pdf/table4_7.pdf
Support Staff Support staff. Mary Ann Rutzke, Bookstore Sales Clerk, MP. Wanda Schmidt, Adult BasicEducation Instructor, BS, Central missouri State University (Warrensburg, MO). http://www.ecc.cc.mo.us/admin/hr/directory/support-staff.html
MARSHALL-SALINE DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION Encourages industrial development in the City of Marshall and in Saline County.Category Regional North America Organizations email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org. The Board of Directorsand staff of Marshall-Saline development Corp. welcome you to our website. http://www.marshall-saline-dev.com/