Extractions: A jewel of technology On April 22, the U.S. Small Business Administration national Ombudsman and Regulatory Fairness board will hold a roundtable in Oklahoma City for small businesses and related associations to comment on compliance or enforcement actions taken by Federal regulators. This is the only roundtable scheduled for Oklahoma in 2003.
Academy Officers And Staff oklahoma State Dept. of education. oklahoma City. James Halligan. President.oklahoma State University. Stillwater. Relations/Econ. dev. OG E. http://www.okacademy.org/asgadvcouncil.html
Extractions: Advisory Council David Boren President University of Oklahoma Norman Michael Cawley President The Noble Foundation Ardmore Jayme Cox Manager, Public Affairs Sunoco, Inc. Tulsa Susan Ellerbach Managing Editor World Publishing Company Tulsa Sandy Garrett State Superintendent Oklahoma State Dept. of Education Oklahoma City Sue Hale Executive Editor The Daily Oklahoman Oklahoma City Hans Helmerich Tulsa Jim Helton Direc., Commun. Relations/Econ. Dev. Oklahoma City Kirk Humphreys Mayor City of Oklahoma City Oklahoma City Bill LaFortune Mayor City of Tulsa Tulsa Robert Lawless President The University of Tulsa Tulsa Steve Malcolm Williams Tulsa Tom McCasland, Jr. Trustee McCasland Foundation Duncan Aubrey McClendon CEO Chesapeake Energy Corporation Oklahoma City Gary McGee Vice President Devon Energy Oklahoma City Ken Neal Editor/Editorial Page World Publishing Company Tulsa George Paczkowski Vice President of Downstream Technology ConocoPhillips Ponca City Edward Perkins University of Oklahoma Norman David Schmidly President Oklahoma State University Stillwater Michael Turpen Attorney Chapel, Riggs, Abney, et al
Teacher Education | Faculty And Staff Directory University of oklahoma Special Instructor. Faculty, dev. Angel R. Stobaugh,Visiting Instructor Elementary education/Program Coordinator Elementary 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
NAME PHONE LIST An Orientation to oklahoma CareerTech education Resources for Merkle, Carter, SmallBus dev (Oct EvenSept Miller, Travis, education Technology Resources, 179, (405 http://host12.okvotech.org/pfccjano/staff.email
Extractions: NUMBER Anderson, Kathryn Creative Services Anderson, Ken Skill Centers - State Supervision ( GRANITE SC Archey, Jimmie Guidance Armstrong, Ivan Testing Arrington, Kelly Guidance Ashpaugh, Brad Agricultural Education Aulgur, Jim Purchasing Aulgur, Joanne Career Resources Network Austin, Lana Curriculum Customer Service NUMBER Babcock, Wanda Agricultural Education Baird, H. L. Skill Centers - State Supervision Baird, Michelle Barnett, Dale Barr, Cheryl Multi-State Academic Voc Curr Consort Batchelder, Lisa Finance Batchelder, Richard Bateson, Patsy Battles, Kathy Lee Creative Services Beason, Carol Small Bus Dev Serv(Oct Even-Sept Odd) Beeler, Renae Skill Centers - State Supervision ( ALVA SKL CNTR Beierschmitt, Bill Associate State Directors Bell, Cheryl School-To-Work (State) Berkenbile, Linnie Business and Information Technology Educ Berkenbile, Phil
OKLAHOMA DEPARTMENT OF REHABILITATION SERVICES oklahoma School for the Deaf. Residential education. This information is availableat any time through staff of the Community Rehabilitation Services Unit http://www.onenet.net/~home/milestone/V Dev Dis.html
Extractions: MILESTONE PAYMENT SYSTEM Initially the Oklahoma Department of Rehabilitation Services reimbursed contractors providing Supported Employment services at an hourly rate for time spent working with consumers. Contracts were billed for process rather than results, creating an incentive to maintain consumer dependence. To reward quality outcomes (rather than process), a self-regulating, consumer success focused payment system was designed in cooperation with contractors. Contractors bid using individual program costs, factoring in dropouts and high need cases. The contractor is paid in increments (milestones), as progress toward the outcome is achieved and required documentation is submitted and verified. Monitoring capability is readily available through evaluation of billing documentation that includes employer and consumer satisfaction reports, as well as a narrative summary of activities involved in that milestone. This feedback creates opportunity to improve the probability of consumer success through changes in services and/or provision of technical assistance and training. If promised goals are not met, the contractors income suffers; however, if required outcomes are produced, the rewards are costs met and possible program expansion.
Monte Selby Previous Engagements European League of Middle Level education Conference, Stockholm, SWEDEN of Learning,Cedar Rapids, IOWA * staff dev., Newkirk, oklahoma * MASA, Supt. 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.
1997 Foreign Language Institute Newsletter Heights School District Faculty and staff of the 16th oklahoma Professional DevelopmentCenters oklahoma State Department of education Old Germany http://www.prof-dev.okcps.k12.ok.us/foreignlanguageinstitute/97news.htm
Extractions: Oklahoma City Public Schools Curriculum and Instruction Department EMPOWERING PROFESSIONALS, YES! Learn the Language-Embrace the World Vol. 1 No. 1 November, 1997 SUMMER INSTITUTE 1998 Mark your calendars now for the 1998 Summer Institute and Student Academy! Both activities will be held at Western Heights High School in Oklahoma City on the following dates: InstituteJune 8-19 and AcademyJune 15-19. A combination of trainers, native speakers, and community and business personnel will compose the staff of the institute. The training will consist of classroom instruction, computer lab activities, cultural demonstrations, and make-and-take sessions. The cost of the two-week institute is $25. This includes lunch, breakfast, materials, curriculum guides, sample lessons and much more. Qualified participants must be elementary teachers currently employed in a public or private elementary school in the State of Oklahoma, grades K-6. Applications and further information are available by writing to Professional Development Department, Oklahoma City Public Schools, P.O. Box 25428, Oklahoma City, OK 73125-0428; or by calling (405) 297-6534. They will be available soon on this website.
Extractions: B rief D escriptions of E ach L ocation The Vision, Mission and Goals Statements for Oklahoma Family and Consumer Sciences Education FACSED School-to-Work Model A graphic of the Oklahoma School-to-Work model customized for FACS, with a SCOPE AND SEQUENCE for supporting and supported programs for students of FACS FACSED Staff Information Tables of staff duty assignments, including technical area specialization, school support assignments, phone numbers and E-Mail links to staff.
Academy Officers And Staff Howard Barnett, Jr. Chief of staff Office of the Governor oklahoma City. oklahomaDepartment of Career and Technology education Stillwater. http://www.okacademy.org/asgboard.html
Extractions: Board of Directors Robert Monte Akridge INTEGRIS Health Edmond Michael Anderson Presbyterian Health Foundation Oklahoma City Sharon Bell Owner Rogers Bell Tulsa Randy Beutler Elk City David Bialis Cox Communications Oklahoma City Tamara Bramel Regional Vice President of the Southern Region Oklahoma City Robert Butkin State Treasurer State of Oklahoma Oklahoma City Jim Campos General Manager Covanta Tulsa, Inc. Tulsa Donald Capra President O.M.R.F. Oklahoma City Tom Clark President/Owner Tulsair Beechcraft, Inc. Tulsa Ron Coker Senior Executive Atkins Benham Tulsa Rita Combs Community Volunteer Edmond Michael Cooper Area Manager-External Affairs Southwestern Bell Enid Jimmy Curry President Oklahoma State AFL-CIO Oklahoma City Marci Donaho Executive Director Jasmine Moran Children's Museum Seminole Ford Drummond Rancher/Attorney Pawhuska Marc Edwards Oklahoma City Jim Evers Area Manager Southwestern Bell Bartlesville George Foster Dean, College of Optometry Northeastern State University Tahlequah Shirley Hammer President Hammer Construction, Inc.
Lawton Professional Development Center The oklahoma Professional Development Centers are encouraged to use oklahoma Professional Development Centers Higher education College of education staff; university students http://www.lawtonpdc.org/
Extractions: The Oklahoma Professional Development Centers are located in Ardmore Bartlesville, , Lawton, Norman McAlester Stillwater , and Woodward . Each center is staffed with a director and a secretary who supervise programs and assist educators with needed resources. The Lawton Public Schools commits additional resources to the Lawton Professional Development Center by providing the facility, operational costs, a part-time aide to assist teachers, and financial services. State teachers and administrators are encouraged to use Oklahoma Professional Development Centers resources which are made available to them through state legislation. By participating in training sessions, reviewing professional literature, viewing videos on classroom instruction and school improvement, and creating instructional materials, educators can enhance their professional skills and broaden their knowledge regarding quality education. Review the information so that you can become familiar with the resources available to you at the Lawton P.D.C., and understand the procedures you will need to follow to access these resources. As always, we welcome your suggestions and your participation in our professional development programs.
Comanche County OSU Extension Office Home Page education Program/oklahoma Nutrition education oklahoma Nutrition education CardProgram and providing nutrition education to Comanche COUNTY OFFICE staff http://www.comancheco.gen.ok.us/osuext/
Teacher Education | Faculty & Staff Information University of oklahoma Special Instructor. Eastern Michigan University-Special Assistantto the Dean of education. Pennsylvania State University-staff Associate. http://www.mscd.edu/~ted/dptinfo/faculty.shtml
Extractions: firstname.lastname@example.org Academic Degrees: 2001 Ed.D. Special Education, University of Northern Colorado, Greeley, Co 1995 M.A. Special Education, Appalachian State University, Boone, NC 1993 B.A. Elementary Education, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC Professional Experience: 2002-present Metropolitan State College of Denver - Assistant Professor Weld County RE3-J School District - Special Education Teacher Chatham County Schools - Special Education Teacher Burke County Schools - Special Education Teacher Peggy L. Anderson, Professor back to the top 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
Extractions: Job Vacancy List Wednesday, April 09, 2003 OSU Human Resources/Staffing Services is located at 106 Whitehurst, Stillwater, Oklahoma, 74078, Current listings may be obtained from the Job Board outside 106 Whitehurst, Stillwater, OK or Oklahoma State Employment Service, 711 Krayler Ave., Stillwater, OK. Successful applicants must comply with IRCA. Oklahoma State University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Employment Opportunity Employer, committed to multicultural diversity. Some stated qualifications may be substituted with approved combinations of education and experience. Applications for non-exempt positions may be obtained at 106 Whitehurst. Applicants seeking exempt level positions should apply through the department advertising the position. Appointees at Oklahoma State University are selected based on merit and qualifications for the positions for which individuals are recruited. Adequate reference checks will be conducted to satisfy OSU regarding the professional qualifications and credentials of the applicant. To this end, OSU reserves the right to access any records available to it under authority of law.