Diocese Of East Tennessee Staff And Officers A listing, with contact information, for diocesan staff, appointed and elected committees, and other diocesan wide bodies. dev. Constitution. Conons. Cursillo. Daughters. of the King. Dubose Conf. Center. The East tennessee. Episcopalian. Ecclesiastical Court. education Diocesan staff Directory. The http://www.etdiocese.net/pages/staff.htm
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Extractions: COURSE COURSE TITLE SEC DES CR HOURS DAYS PLACE INSTRUCTOR DR. MORRIS JHB 310 974-2574 * MANDATORY ATTENDANCE FIRST CLASS (SEE CONTENTS PAGE) 210 MICROCOMPUTER APPLIC 49994 3 1.25- 2.15 MWF JHB 308 STAFF 50004 3 9.05- 9.55 MWF JHB 308 WARDEN 50017 3 11.10-12.25 TR JHB 114 STAFF 50020 3 12.40- 1.55 TR JHB 308 STAFF 50033 3 8.10- 9.25 TR JHB 308 RABY * ENROLLMENT IN HRD 210 IS RESTRICTED TO COLLEGE * ANY C E H H S STUDENT INTERESTED IN TAKING A * PROFICIENCY EXAM FOR HRD 210 SHOULD VISIT * HTTP//HRD.HE.UTK.EDU FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT * THE DATES AND TIMES. 50046 EVE 3 5.45- 8.35 M JHB 24 MCFALL 285 INTRO TO HUMAN RES DE 50062 TN 3 TBA MACKEY 325 DEV INSTRUCTNL RESOUR 50088 TN 3 TBA BARTLEY 330 INSTR STRATEG/TECHNIQ 50091 TN 3 TBA STAFF 335 PRG PLAN TRAIN/DEV ED 50282 TN 3 TBA PIERCE 350 REL/APPL THEORY TECH 50106 TBA STAFF 351 MANIPUL SKILL/OCCUPS 50119 TBA STAFF
Extractions: COURSE COURSE TITLE SEC DES CR HOURS DAYS PLACE INSTRUCTOR HEAD DR. PETERSON JHB 115 974-5316 * MANDATORY ATTENDANCE FIRST CLASS (SEE CONTENTS PAGE) 110 INTRO/ERLY CHLHD ED 26799 LEC 3 8.00- 8.50 MWF JHB 244 FLETCHER 26804 3 5.05- 7.45 T JHB 114 STAFF 205 INTRO FAMILY LIFE PRG 26820 LEC 2 10.10-11.00 MW JHB 114 KOEHNE 210 HUMAN DEVELOPMENT 26846 LEC 3 12.20- 1.10 MW DO 416 WASS DIS 2.30- 3.20 M JHB 243 STAFF 26859 LEC 3 12.20- 1.10 MW DO 416 WASS DIS 1.25- 2.15 W JHB 424 STAFF 26862 LEC 3 12.20- 1.10 MW DO 416 WASS DIS 1.25- 2.15 M JHB 424 STAFF 26875 LEC 3 12.20- 1.10 MW DO 416 WASS DIS 2.30- 3.20 W JHB 244 STAFF
TENNESSEE ADVISORY COUNCIL responsibility annually to issue a report to the State Board of education, and to the Governor and the Legislature. Additionally, this report will be provided to the tennessee Department of education. tennessee ADVISORY COUNCIL FOR THE education OF STUDENTS of Higher education. to address identified staff development needs. Traumatic Brain Injury dev./Functional Delay Total School http://www.cesa7.k12.wi.us/sped/Parents/ASMT%20Advocacy/ST_TN/tac_arpt.pdf
Extractions: COURSE SYLLABUS Department: Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis Course Number: Course Title: Professional Needs of Individuals and Groups Semester Hours: 6 semester hours Date of Revision: Fall 2000 Text(s) and/or Required Readings: Bernhardt, Victoria L. Data analysis for comprehensive schoolwide improvement Larchmont, New York: Eye on Education. Clarke, J., Sanborn, S., Aiken, J., Cornell, N., Goodman, J. Hess, K. Real questions, real answers focusing teacher leadership on school improvement. Alexandria, Virginia: Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development Finders, M. Just girls: Hidden literacies and life in junior high NewYork: Teachers College Press. Catalog Description: Course increases student knowledge of measurement and evaluation of school outcomes; student guidance and development; adult learner development and learning patterns; foundations of the field of continuing professional development. Additional Course Information: None Relationship of Course to College and Program Philosophy and Goals: This course both provides information about and models the principles of adult learning, with emphases on lifelong learning, caring, and understanding and valuing diversity.
Monte Selby Previous Engagements League of Middle Level education Conference, Stockholm National PTA Conference, Nashville,tennessee * I/D/E Cedar Rapids, IOWA * staff dev., Newkirk, OKLAHOMA 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.
Extractions: TENNESSEE HOSPITAL EDUCATION AND RESEARCH FOUNDATION CENTER FOR HEALTH WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT Workforce Development Grant Program ACTION: SUMMARY: The core of health cares infrastructure is not "bricks and mortar." It is peoplethe registered nurses (RN), physicians, pharmacists, laboratory and radiologic technologist, respiratory care professionals and others who personally deliver healthcare services to patients. Historically, workforce shortages have occurred in cycles, with the demand for health workers roughly corresponding to the overall strength of the state and U.S. economy. This shortage, however, is different. Fewer young people are choosing health care as a career and the current healthcare workforce is aging - more than one-third of working RNs are over age 50. This shortage also will not resolve itself with economic changes because the demand for healthcare services soon will increase to unprecedented heights. As the baby boomer generation retires over the next 20 years, the need for skilled healthcare workers will skyrocket. Rural and urban Tennessee hospitals already have begun to experience critical workforce shortages. The number of full-time equivalent hospital workers per capita declined by 4 percent from 1992-1998 in Tennessee, while the number in the country as a whole remained unchanged. In addition, enrollments in all registered nurse initial licensure programs in Tennessee decreased by 25 percent from 1996 to 1999, further exacerbating the problem. It also has been projected that the population in Tennessee over the age of 65 will grow 65 percent by 2020. These critical issues are expected to increase the demand for healthcare services.
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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
Member Sign In bed notfor-profit community teaching hospital in Memphis, tennessee. medicationsand in other situations necessitating one-on-one education. J Nurs staff dev. http://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/433323_print
Extractions: The 2002 legislative session ended Fri., March 22, with the passage of a redistricting plan but without a state budget or an education reform package. The latter is a crucial piece of legislation that will, among other things, complete the transition of authority to the state universities' boards of trustees. A brief round-up of some important pieces of legislation with respect to FIU includes: Senate Bill 1564: Senate Bill 1844: This bill creates the Florida Technology Development Act, aimed at developing high technology industries in Florida through funding of "Centers of Excellence." The bill calls for the funding of at least two but no more than five such centers, which can be individual universities or a consortium of universities. The legislation creates a commission charged with establishing the guidelines for the program, as well as reviewing the proposals. The minimum award for the successful proposals is $10 million. HB 1943 (Appropriations): This issue will be the subject of a special session, the date of which is still to be determined. Both the House and Senate are funding enrollment growth at a much lower rate than is customary and both fund the universities in lump-sum fashion regarding the different governance structure that will be in place. The Senate's budget includes funding for FIU at almost $7 million in recurring dollars. Equity was a priority for the University going into the session, and it is now a topic of conversation by leadership in both houses.
Banquet Entertainment, Monte Selby Summer Institute, Nashville, tennessee ? State PTA Leadership Academy, IOWA ?staff dev., Marshall, MINNESOTA demonstrating what IS possible in education. http://www.lc-ps.org/MAMSE/MonteSelby.htm
Extractions: Educator / Singer / Songwriter Currently, Monte teaches both undergraduate and graduate students in the Division of School Leadership/Middle and Secondary Teacher Education at Emporia State University. As an experienced public school teacher and middle school principal, he is known not only for his innovative ideas, but also for his ability to provide dynamic leadership. Monte participates on the Board of Directors for the KS Association of Secondary School Principals, serves as an NCA Visiting Chair, volunteers in his own childrens classrooms, and provides practical leadership ideas as a columnist for National Middle School Associations magazine: MIDDLE GROUND. Montes most recent musical release is the compact disc Peer Pressure (2000). Peer Pressure and My Dad Is A Superintendent (recorded 1997) include many favorite songs of teachers and parents. Sound clips and ordering information can be found on the Web at www.monteselby.com Montes previous album releases also include: Snow Day, Hormone Blues, The Office Call, Monte Selby, and Live at the KAMLE Drive. Monte lives in Council Grove, Kansas with his wife Michelle, sons Michael and Martin, and daughters Madison and Morgan
Extractions: ACCRAs 40th Annual Meeting will be this years single most important opportunity for applied community and economic development researchers to convene to explore innovative approaches and methods for analyzing local or regional economies. From the training and information sharing offered at this meeting, economic development analysts and researchers can become more valuable contributors to their community or states economic policy discussions. With these new ideas and new tools, researchers and analysts can interpret the vast quantities of information about their state or community to provide new insights into their communitys past, present, and future.
Staff Information is a key member of the Hamilton County Department of education staff. English andeducational Administration and Supervision from the University of tennessee. http://hcschools.org/projectmass/Staff Information.htm
Extractions: "A teacher takes a hand, opens a mind, touches a heart, and shapes the future." Anonymous E-Mail: Web Sites of Interest BACKGROUND INFORMATION OF KEY PLAYERS HCDE Administrative Staff Dr. Jesse Register, Superintendent of Hamilton County Schools, is the principal investigator of Project MaSS. Dr. Register will provide oversight to the project and will work closely with community and education leaders to move the district and community toward MaSS goals. Dr. Register holds a master of Education Degree with a major in Education Administration from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte; an Advanced School Administrator's Certificate with a major in Education Administration from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; and a doctorate of Education with a major in Education Administration from Duke University. Dr. Register's executive administrative assistant is Janet Qualls. Sheila H. Young, Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction, is a key member of the Hamilton County Department of Education Staff. She plays a major role in the alignment of the district's curriculum, instruction, and professional development with new challenging state and local student content and performance standards. Ms. Young directly supervises eight directors in the division of Curriculum and Instruction including co-directors, Ava Warren and Barbara Fulmer. Ms. Young has masters degrees in English and Educational Administration and Supervision from the University of Tennessee. Ms. Young's administrative assistant is Sherry Snead.
List Of Everyone Registered For Staff Dev A comprehensive K12 education site, including curriculum guides, lesson plans, technology training, etc. http://www.acorns.k12.tn.us/databases/Staff_Development/administration/everypers
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Program And Staff Development Committee Della A. Baker, PhD Interim Program Leader, Extension Evaluation, Accountability, staff Development Clemson education University of tennessee PO Box 1071 http://srdc.msstate.edu/plcsite/rc/staffdev/comm.htm