TIE -- Technology & Innovation In Education Prof. dev. Opportunities. Grants Projects Philosophy, Mission Vision. staff Directory. Job Information information related to education in south dakota with timely email in http://www.tie.net/
Extractions: Speaking and Media Resume: Midwest U.S. See where Dr. Bluestein has appeared in your area! This information is broken down state by state and includes speaking engagements, media (radio and television) and print media (newspapers, magazines) as well. Local and State-Wide Conferences and Events by State IL IA KS MN ... SD , and WI ILLINOIS Speaking Champaign
Extractions: Vermillion, South Dakota The School of Education at The University of South Dakota is entering an exciting period of innovation and leadership. We are looking for outstanding applicants to contribute to selective upper-division undergraduate and a full complement of advanced degree programs, including the only doctoral programs in education in the State of South Dakota. The School has a faculty and staff of over 100 in a university of approximately 8,700 students. Education programs are fully accredited/approved by NCATE, NCA, and the South Dakota Division of Education. The Counseling Program is accredited by CACREP. Inquiries are welcome to Dr. Garreth Zalud, Chair, Division of Curriculum and Instruction (
Publications Of Interest relationship between nursing regulation and south dakota nursing work Employer responsesto differentiated nursing education. J NURSES staff dev 15(5) 18592 http://www.ucihs.uci.edu/cspcn/publicat.htm
Extractions: Publications of Interest (Updated 1/18/02) also check references provided at AACN: http://www.aacn.nche.edu/CaringProject/reference.htm NURSING WORK FORCE Report on Florida's nursing work force issues (November 2001). Buerhaus, P., Donelan, K., DesRoches, C., Lamkin, L., Mallory, G. (2001). State of the oncology nursing workforce: problems and implications for strengthening the future. Nursing Economic$ , 19(5). Survey responses from oncology nurses, oncologists, and nurse executives from cancer facilities regarding their perceptions of staffing adequacy, the influence of different venues of cancer care on these perceptions, and the implications for building the future workforce. http://www.ons.org/images/Library/ons_publications/PDFs/PressReleases/Workforce.pdf Seago, JA., Ash, M., Spetz, J., Coffman, J., Grumbach, K. (2001). Hospital registered nurse shortages: environmental, patient, and institutional predictors. Health Serv Res earch. 36(5):831-52. Aiken LH, Clarke SP, Sloane DM, Sochalski JA, Busse R, Clarke H, Giovannetti P, Hunt J, Rafferty AM, Shamian J. (2001) Nurses' reports on hospital care in five countries.
North-central Region PDP training Cooperative Extension field staff, campusbased and demonstrate practicaladult education methodologies, and south dakota Larry Tidemann Ag Hall 152 http://www.sare.org/htdocs/dev/nc/
Extractions: Program Description The goal of the North Central Sustainable Agriculture Training Program is to develop and implement a comprehensive education program for use throughout the region. The project focuses on training Cooperative Extension field staff, campus-based specialists, employees of the Natural Resource Conservation Service and other members of the agricultural community in the concepts and practices of sustainable agriculture. The program facilitates development and implementation of a three-tiered approach: regional workshops to train trainers to assemble educational materials, review and demonstrate practical adult education methodologies, and commission development of materials not yet available. A regional planning-evaluation workshop is held annually to review experiences and impacts of the project and plan for the next year. The Administrative Council has approved three years of funding for the program. A planning workshop (Cedar Rapids, Iowa) and two regional professional development workshops were held in 1995 (Nebraska City, Nebraska and Turkey Run State Park, Indiana). The theme for the first year was "Everyone A Teacher, Everyone A Learner". The theme for the second year will be "Shared Leadership - Shared Responsibility". The third year of the professional development project will focus on an "Ecosystem Approach and Economics of Alternative Farming Systems".
TIE -- Technology & Innovation In Education TIE Director Dr. Jim Parry is a south dakota native with more than been the Directorof Technology and Innovations in education (TIE) and TIE staff DIRECTORY. http://www.tie.net/aboutus/staff.asp
Information On Physicians In South Dakota 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.physician.info/MD_SD.htm
Extractions: South Dakota Introduction: This site is an educational service of Physician.info that is free for both consumers and providers. It is intended to provide people with educational links to help them: to find a physician in South Dakota (find a doctor in South Dakota), including information about physician practice locations and credentials: and to find which physicians are on the medical staff at which hospitals in South Dakota. While these resources are available elsewhere on the internet, the goal of Physician.info is to provide them all for South Dakota through one website. Some of the links listed below are specific to South Dakota. Other links are general databases that allow consumers to narrow their search to South Dakota. This site is for educational purposes only. If you use this site, you agree to do so at your own risk. You should contact providers directly and get information before making any decisions. We do not recommend any specific providers. As is the case with search engine results, the quality of the websites to which the following links go varies considerably. We are not responsible for the accuracy of information on any linked websites. We welcome feedback and suggestions on how we can improve this site, including suggestions for sites and links that should be added, dropped, updated, or listed under a different region. There is a comments form at the bottom of this page. Thank you for visiting.
Health Education Assessment Project Health education Assessment (south dakota), Sue Patria (Connecticut), Lynda Van Kleeck (Vermont), Michele Wallen (North Carolina) Steering Committee Cochair Pam Tollefsen (Washington) Project staff http://www.ccsso.org/scass/p_heap/PDMinutes9-01.doc
Quality Counts: South Dakota Data Teachers as % of total staff, 1995, 63, 56, 56. Minnesota, North dakota, Southdakota. At least 9 hours of training (1994 data) in education technology, 15, 17,21. http://www.edweek.org/sreports/qc97/states/tables/sd-data.htm
Extractions: This table shows South Dakota's scores, along with those of some of its neighboring states, in our five major areas. Student Achievement School Climate Resources Quality of Teaching South Dakota 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. Minnesota North Dakota South Dakota 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 Minnesota North Dakota South Dakota 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 Public high schools with AP courses, 1996 8th graders taking algebra, 1992 Minnesota North Dakota South Dakota Students taking upper-level math, 1994
Limestone College: Students, Faculty & Staff run in University theatres in Oregon, Washington, Montana, south dakota and Louisiana. ActingOne, Experiential Theatre, and several distance education courses; http://www.limestone.edu:8010/sfs/acad/arts/english.htm
Extractions: : English Characteristics Like the rest of Limestone College, you'll find wonderful, small classes within the English department, served up with plenty of discussion. You'll also find practical experiences that prepare you for careers outside of college, including access to internships with newspapers and work as editors and writers for the college art and literary magazine, as well as the college yearbook. You'll prepare portfolios in writing classes, and have the opportunity to gain hands-on tutoring experience in the writing center. Limestone College also offers a Theatre Minor which consists of eighteen credits of theater and theatre-related coursework. Courses include Acting One and Two, History of Theatre, Directing, Playwriting, Drama Appreciation, and Fundamentals of Play Production. Limestone College performs two to three theatrical productions a year. Oklahoma! was the musical performed last year. This year the musical You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown
1999 OTHER PROGRAMS OR BUDGETS EMPLOYED IN DIOCESES FOR Ed. (lay staff), 5,000, EFM (Theological education), 500, south dakota, x, NiobraraSchool for Ministry Summer Seminary (1 wk per yr); Ministry Weekends (3 per year http://www.episcopalchurch.org/ministry/resA134s_files/sheet002.htm
Extractions: 1999 OTHER PROGRAMS OR BUDGETS EMPLOYED IN DIOCESES FOR PREPARATION AND TRAINING OF LAY PEOPLE (RES. A134s) Survey Ques: Are there other programs or budgets employed in your diocese for the preparation and training of lay people? Yes No *N.R. = No response to question. DIOCESE YES NO N.R. DESCRIPTION OF PROGRAM BUDGET COMMENTS Alabama x Diaconate Formation Program Alaska x Due to size, isolation of churches, etc. Alaska is always training. We are very opportunistic about training. We also "piggy-back" on other judicatories work. Albany x In planning process Arizona x Arkansas x Atlanta x Bethlehem x EFM, Diocesan School, Various Conferences, Workshops, etc. California x Commission on Ministry Clergy in Training Program School for Deacons Plus funds raised from the school, plus funds from tuition Lay Eucharistic Ministry training Funds come from tuition Leadership Day (50+ workshops for lay and clergy leadership) plus funds from tuition "To Equip the Saints" twice-yearly adult education day Annual Theological Reflection day Education Depart. adult education events and curriculum development
South Dakota State Library: Research or 3434 Agency education Office meade with the south dakota Housing Development Authority'sSDHDA Annual Services 2213 Instructional staff Training Services IN http://www.sodaklive.com/Land_Use_Development_Construction/index.asp
Extractions: - Sales and land leases authorized Use of proceeds. Improved or unimproved ... held by or transferred to the Building Authority pursuant to 5-12-10, may be leased ... or expended for the acquisition of land, buildings, water development, or other improvements of ... Except as provided in chapters 5-6 to 5-8, inclusive, all leases and sales of ...
Agrability Project Indirect assistance provided by AgrAbility staff includes States Department of AgricultureUSDACooperative State Research, education and Extension south dakota. 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.
AgrAbility Project Resources Indirect assistance provided by AgrAbility staff includes providing of AgricultureUSDACooperative State Research, education and Extension south dakota. http://www.uchsc.edu/catp/Resources/Resource Files/Resorce Sheets/agrabilityproj
Extractions: AgrAbility Project People With Disabilities Work In Agriculture 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. The Problem 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.
FY 2003 Assurance 16 Oregon, 2003, Yes, 5, Client education which every local users and train LIHEAP weatherization staff on measures to south dakota, 2003, Yes, 5, Heat meters to reduce http://www.ncat.org/liheap/tables/FY2003/a16fy03.htm
Extractions: State's Use of Assurance 16 FY 2003 Note: In 1994, a new provision, Assurance 16, was added to the Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program statute It provides LIHEAP grantees the option of spending no more than five percent of their LIHEAP funds on services that encourage and enable households to reduce their home energy needs and thereby the need for energy assistance, including needs assessment, counseling, and assistance with energy vendors. State FY % Funds Description Alabama Yes Needs assessments focusing on target groups of the elderly, disabled and small children. Energy and financial counseling and assistance with energy suppliers with the goal to reduce shut-offs and disconnects. Alaska Yes Energy education materials Arizona No Arkansas Yes Mostly energy education through the local agencies, other activities include budget counseling and vendor assistance California Yes Energy needs assessment, budget counseling, energy conservation education, advocacy with utilities Colorado No Connecticut No Delaware No District of Columbia Yes Counsel clients on using energy effectively, accurate meter reading, ways to effectively budget their resources and effective negotiating with their energy providers.
UMaine ECE: Faculty And Staff Dept., south dakota State University, Brookings, SD. Gas Sensor Fairchild Semiconductor,south Portland, ME. Investigation Cientifica y de education Superior de http://www.eece.maine.edu/~vet/theses.html