FS 5663 - Leadership & Staff Dev texas WOMANS UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF PROFESSIONAL education DEPARTMENT OF FAMILY SCIENCES FS 5663 / Leadership and staff development in Family Sciences Programs Course Monday evenings, 500 800 p.m., HDB Mary Bold, Ph.D., CFLE 49. staff dev. Plans. Activity by http://www.marybold.com/syllabi/5663sp01.htm
Extractions: TEXAS WOMANS UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT OF FAMILY SCIENCES FS 5663 / Leadership and Staff Development in Family Sciences Programs 3 hours Spring 2001 Course: Monday evenings, 5:00 8:00 p.m., HDB Instructor: Mary Bold, Ph.D., CFLE E-mail: email@example.com Web site: www.marybold.com [follow link To Syllabi] Office Hours: After class on Mondays; other days by appointment Resources and Materials: Gardner, H. (1995). Leading minds: An anatomy of leadership. New York: Basic Books. Student choice of one popular or scholarly book on leadership or staff development. Books for loan will be available at the first class meeting. Structured exercises for promoting family and group strengths: A handbook for group leaders, trainers, educators, counselors and therapists. Binghamton, NY: Haworth. Catalog Description Examination of styles of leadership, communication skills, supervision and motivation of staff, staff development activities and administration or organized services and programs; emphasis on the facilitation of change. Three lecture hours a week. Credit: Three hours. Course Objectives Identify leadership traits and style.
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Continuing Education Calendars For Texas Librarians, Texas Library Association texas Continuing education and Training Calendar Promoting awareness of continuing education activities of interest to TLA members Continuing education Calendars for texas Librarians 800832-8482 x191 (messages) Last Modified 10/03/02 firstname.lastname@example.org. staff dev/CE HOMEPAGE http://www.txla.org/groups/sdcep/othertxce.html
Extractions: Previous Years Updated Every Two Weeks We encourage continuing education providers, library staff, and other library related organizations to submit brief descriptions of continuing education and training activities directly related to Texas librarians and library staff. Submit activities as you know about them; a revised calendar will be available approximately every two weeks.
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Staff/Board staff Lyles, Charles A Dana Center, UTAustin development Building (dev) 2901 N. IH IrenePickhardt, texas education Agency, 1701 North Congress Ave Austin, TX 78701 http://www.statweb.org/ISEA/staff.htm
TEA CONTACT PHONE NUMBERS 4 staff dev Parent Training, School Improvement Initiatives, 512 Families, Adultand Community education, 512463 texas Academic Decathlon, Contracts and Grants,512 http://www.tea.state.tx.us/press/payments/contacts.html
Extractions: Academics 2000 Reading Improve Cont. Ed. and School Improvements Accelerated Reading Program Statewide Initiatives Adult Education (All Sections) Adult and Community Education Adv Plcmt Incentive Contracts and Grants AP/IB Equipment and Materials Contracts and Grants AP/IB Campus Awards Div. of Advanced Acad. Scvs. AP/IB Incentive Prog. Equip. Contracts and Grants AP Incentive Teacher Payment Contracts and Grants AP Spanish Lang. Middle Grade Contracts and Grants Auto Licence Fee/Reading Prog. Statewide Initiatives Available Sch Fund-Per Capita State Funding Basic Skills-Cycle xx Contracts and Grants Basic Skills HGH Sch Stdts Contracts and Grants Carl D Perkins Basic Grant Career and Technology CATE Career and Technology Charter Schools Charter School Division Class Size Reduction Student Support Programs Comp. Sch Reform Demo Prog Student Support Programs Comp. Develop. Guidance Prog. Guidance and Counseling Cont. Fund. TX After School Contracts and Grants Cont Fund for AP Spanish Lang Contracts and Grants Cont Fund for Ninth Grade Succ Contracts and Grants Discip Altern Ed/Rider XX School Finance and Fiscal Analysis Cont. Ed. and School Improvements
Extractions: General Information Administration Board of Trustees Bond Information Community Education Contact Us Employment Mission Statement News, Events, Notices T.E.A. Athletics Boundaries Calendars Campuses Curriculum Health Services Library Menus Parent Resources Start Times Employees Employee Resources Intranet Intranet Event Cal. TeacherWeb
UISD Career And Technology Education Home CATE News! staff dev., P. 1 Advisory Committees BusinessEducation Criminal Justice 201 Lindenwood Road Laredo, texas 78045. http://www.united.isd.tenet.edu/instruction/cate/
Extractions: UISD's Career and Technology Education Education that works! Click here for pictures of Construction Careers Days! City of Laredo Mayor Elizabeth "Betty" Flores proclaims March 24-28, 2003 Career and Technology Education Week Proclamation ceremony March 24, 2003... UISD Superintendent, Oscar Rodriguez, addresses Career and Technology Ed. students on importance of a well-rounded education. Alexander Health Science Technology Magnet student speaks on the value of the Health Science Technology Curriculum. UISD students pose for picture with Mayor Elizabeth G. Flores prior to beginning of proclamation ceremony. Students learn that careers in education are in high demand and teachers are in short supply. UISD has programs for students interested in education careers. Career and Technology Administrators of Texas Get info on the status of CATE weighted funding at the State level. Get info on the status of Carl Perkins at the Federal level. Click here to visit Pathways our newest program! Click here for the Tech Prep Pathways presentation. Alicia G. Carrillo, CATE Director UNITED INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT Phone: (956) 717-6314 FAX: (956)717-6211 Laredo, Texas 78045
Staff Dev., P. 1 Billie Donegan, sponsored by South texas Tech Prep, provides a twoday and integrationof Career and Technology education with Academics staff dev., P. 2 Aug http://www.united.isd.tenet.edu/instruction/cate/staff_development.htm
Extractions: Staff Development Page 1 Teachers Model Life-long Learning August 13-14, 2002 Strategies for Teaching ADHD 504 Law Powerpoint Presentation Billie Donegan, sponsored by South Texas Tech Prep, provides a two-day training on developing the Keystone initiative. UISD teachers develop strategies for providing freshmen in the Learning Communities with a program that will introduce them to the high school experience along with all of the services and activities available to them. Dr. Robert L. Marshall gave teachers an overview of Perkins III as it applies to their classroom instruction and integration of Career and Technology Education with Academics. Marc Anderberg, from the CDR (Career Development Resource center) in-serviced teachers on the labor market and what it means to students in our high schools. Home Aug. Staff Dev., P. 2 Aug. Staff Dev., P. 3 Foreign Lang. Links ... Instruction I t is the policy of the United Independent School District not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, or disability in the Career and Technology programs, services or activities, as required by Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended; Title IX of the Educational Amendments of 1972; the Age Discrimination Act of 1975, as amended; and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended. Thanks for visiting! Do you have any questions? Comments?
Staff Development Resources texas has 20 education Service Center Regions. The International Center for Leadershipin education. to analyze their own strengths using the NSDC staff dev. http://www.teachermentors.com/RSOD Site/StaffDev/StaffDevLinks.html
Extractions: INDEX: Many of the United States provide some form of intermediate service centers to support educators who are working on state reform initiatives. In Illinois these are called Regional Offices of Education. In Michigan these are called Intermediate School Districts. In that case, ISDs have boundaries that overlap regular school districts and have their own taxing authority. In New York and Colorado these agencies are called BOCES which stands for Board of Cooperative Educational Services. Texas has 20 Education Service Center Regions. If you don't know how to access assistance from these agencies, click here to link to the Council of Chief State School Officers (CCSSO) which can connect you to the state board of education in your state. You should be able to find out there if such agencies are in your state. The only USA exception is Hawaii which has one school district for the entire state and so, the state provides the assistance directly.
Program Sites Click drop staff dev., Click on ACP to get to ACP 972348-1681 www.ednet10.net Universityof texas- El Paso College of education Alternative Certification http://www.alt-teachercert.org/program_sites.htm
Extractions: NAAC Home Page Current Programs National Association for Alternative Certification The following is a partial listing based on member responses. For information on states not listed, please return to the home page and e-mail us for information about the state in which you have interest. California California State University
School District Page EAST CENTRAL dev CTR, 015911105, 12271 DONOP RD, SAN WEB ER CONTACT, DISTRICT staff,JUDY, BURNS, 6634 NEW texas education Regions. http://penick.tea.state.tx.us/SchoolDistrictLocator/ISD/eastcentral.asp
Extractions: Map of County To get a Adobe Acrobat printable version of this map click here Dont have the latest version of Adobe Acrobat? Get it here The school district maps in this file represent those supplied to the agency by districts. Some may contain errors or fail to reflect recent boundary changes. Before relying on information from these maps, it is necessary to confirm the accuracy of information with the school district or assessor-collector's office. The Texas Education Agency is not responsible for any harm, expenses or damages arising from reliance upon information contained in these maps. Source: Environmental Systems Research Institute, 1999; Texas Legislative Council, 1998; Southwest Texas State University, 1998 ADDRESS CITY STATE ZIP AREACODE EAST CENTRAL H S 7173 FM 1628 SAN ANTONIO TX STUDENT ADJUSTMENT CTR 6634 NEW SULPHUR SPRINGS RD SAN ANTONIO TX BEXAR CO J J A E P 1402 N HACKBERRY SAN ANTONIO TX OAK CREST INT 9787 NEW SULPHUR SPRINGS RD SAN ANTONIO TX SALADO INT 3602 S W W WHITE RD SAN ANTONIO TX EAST CENTRAL HERITAGE MIDDLE 8004 NEW SULPHUR SPRINGS RD SAN ANTONIO TX JOHN GLENN EL 7284 FM 1628 SAN ANTONIO TX HARMONY EL 10625 GREEN LK DR SAN ANTONIO TX PECAN VALLEY EL 3966 E SOUTHCROSS BLVD SAN ANTONIO TX SINCLAIR EL 6126 SINCLAIR RD SAN ANTONIO TX EAST CENTRAL DEV CTR 12271 DONOP RD SAN ANTONIO TX CENTRAL AT-LARGE
News0301 Cyphers, Program Coordinator Human Resources staff dev. Outreach Leila ArboretumSociety education Manager Leila Soil and Crop Sciences texas A M University http://aggie-horticulture.tamu.edu/jobs/mar01.html
Tbl Serials National staff dev. (Council update/Tools schools), National staff developmentCouncil, N/A, not available, Notes from the Riverside, texas education Agency, Feb. http://www.vcu.edu/aelweb/frmserials.html
Extractions: Serial Resource File ABE Fairfax County Schools Fairfax Co. Public Schools Oct. 1982-Jul. 1986 bi-monthly ABE Virgina Tech U.S. Dept. of Education Jan. 1980-Aug. 1982 bi-monthly Activity ACT Spring 1999 not available Adult and Community Education Dept. of Instructional Services/Fairfax Co. Public Schools Jan. 1991-Nov. 1992 monthly Adult and Continuing Education Today Learning Resource Network Nov. 1987- Jul. 1995 not available Adult Basic Education U.S. Office of Education Jan. 1977-Aug. 1979 monthly Adult Education Connection Adult Education Service Center of N. Illinois Fall 1994-Sum. 1996 quarterly Adult Education Quarterly American Association for Adult and Continuing Education Spr. 1983-Win. 1998 quarterly Adult Education Reader VA Adult Education Research Network Sum. 1994-Spr. 1996 quarterly Adult Education: A Journal of Research Adult Education Association of the U.S. Spr. 1963-Win. 1983 quarterly Adult Educator Knox County (TN) Schools November 1997 bi-monthly Adult Leadership Adult Education Association of the U.S. Mar. 1960-May 1977 monthly Adult Learning AACE Sep. 1989-Fall 1998
National Network For Educational Renewal University of texas at El Paso, Our teacher preparation program focuses or modulein both multicultural and special education knowledge. Stewardship staff dev. http://mse.byu.edu/nner/news/reportmo.htm
Extractions: Connecticut The four themes provide the framework and substance for three of our yearlong master's seminars for interns in urban settings and those focusing on students with disabilities and diverse learning needs. State and Fed. Grants have been awarded to us and our PDS that focus on students with disabilities and those at risk. University at Manoa Our efforts remain focused on the development of partner schools where we can engage with teachers in both informal conversations and more formal experiences directed at understanding and implementing the Curriculum Themes and their moral dimensions. The depth and nature of involvement is not institutionalized but relies on individuals who choose to engage in the work.
Extractions: Contact Person: Glenda McClendon, 618-6098 or firstname.lastname@example.org Code Course Title Dates Time Location Presenter Elementary Counselors Professional Development: Special Education Lone Star Room Glenda McClendon Dr. Pat Anzaldua Elementary School Counselors will become familiar with special education procedures. Prevention Connection Bowie Glenda McClendon MAST Coordinators, Counselors, Nurses, Social Workers, Parental Involvement Specialists, Administrators, etc. meet to ensure the quality and consistency of the District pre-referral/screening process and to become familiar with strategies and resources for students. Middle School Counselors Professional Development: Team Building Texas Our Texas Glenda McClendon Middle School Counselors will receive an overview of team building strategies. These can then be practiced to be used with staff parents and students. Elementary Counselor Professional Development: Special Education Counseling Assessments and IEPs Bowie Glenda McClendon Dr. Pat Anzaldua
Cameron Park 2001 Usage Report staff dev. Provider Meeting, 14, 14. Youth Resident Council, 21, 15, 10, 46. RGVCADA. Sabelpalm Grove Sanctuary. Environmental education, 15, 15. Shots Across texas. http://chud.tamu.edu/files/cprept01.html
Extractions: Service Provider Activity Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Total Direct Service AARP Volunteers AmeriCorp Volunteers BISD Reading is fun Migrant Program Tutorial Session Free Lunch Adult Education GED/ESL Boys and Girls Club Tutorial-Recreational Activities Brownsville Adult Literacy Council ESL Classes - GED Brownsville Community Health Clinic Presentation-Immunizations Brownsville Community Development Corp Application Cameron/Willacy County Adult Probation Volunteers Cameron County Agriculture Ext. Service Gardening Cameron County Health Department TB Clinic Immunization Dog Clinic Health Education Kids Rodeo Cameron County Juvenile Probation (Boot Camp) Education (Parents) Campus Care Personal Hygiene Cameron Park Board Cameron Park Recreation and Parks Esperanza Park Cameron County Health Walk South Texas Car Do Club-AGUA VIVA Ministries Self-esteem Cameron Works Working Works Centro Cultural Arts and Crafts-Sewing Community Street Meeting FEMAP C.P.Promotoras
Murchison Middle School PTA Feb 17 2003, staff dev. Day, the states share of funding to adequately cover thecost to operate texas Public Schools 2000 2003 Family education Network, Inc http://www.myschoolonline.com/calendar/1,1873,47257-153990-51-54469,00.html