High School Campus Improvement Plan - Electra ISD for parents and community to be partners in the education of our youth. staff dev. 4.Participate in North texas Tech Prep Consortium, Student enrollment in Prep http://www.electraisd.net/high_school/hs_campus_plan.htm
Extractions: 2. Decrease the dropout rate by 2% from the 2000-2001 school year SUMMATIVE EVALUATION: The percent of students involved in disciplinary incidents disaggregated by types of offenses, frequency, ethnicity, gender, economic status, and grade level as reported to PEIMS Activity(ies) Formative Assessment
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
Schedule Codes - UT Tyler Campus PHE Physical and Health education Building SCI Video Courses 61-68 Mexia(Mexia State School - staff dev. The University of texas at Tyler Enrollment http://www.uttyler.edu/schedule/codes.htm
Perrin Elementary Campus Improvement Plan 2000-2001 for determining appropriate testing for special education students. teachers and principalsin texas Behavior Support TOT materials supplied by TBSI; staff dev. http://www.pwcisd.net/District/ElemPlan/ElemPlanWeb.htm
Extractions: Perrin Elementary Campus Improvement Plan 2002-2003 Campus Goal #1: Students will be encouraged to meet their full potential Performance Objective: Comparative scores/measurement will rise by 5% as shown by formative evaluation. Person Responsible Place High School aides in the elementary classrooms Committee headed by Linda Richardson High School students Daily Teacher survey and ongoing teacher input to principals Provide checklist to address Special Education Referrals C. Cooper C. Riggs Staff Sept. 2002 Decrease in unnecessary Special Education Referrals Train stakeholders in procedures for determining appropriate testing for special education students SDAA information from TEA, Postage for letter to stakeholders Oct. 23, 2002 Evaluation forms Train all teachers and principals in Texas Behavior Support Initiative R. Black, C. Cooper, C. Riggs, R. Mayer TOT materials supplied by TBSI; Staff Dev. funds for food and staff salary (SCE $3365) Jan. 6, 2002
Career Dev PO should be explored as a possibility for texas. Institutions of higher education shouldupdate their curriculum 5. The fulltime instructional staff at police http://www.tcleose.state.tx.us/commreports/career dev PO.htm
Extractions: Executive Summary of the THE IMPACT OF HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT ACTIVITIES ON THE CAREER DEVELOPMENT AND PROFESSIONALISM OF TEXAS PEACE OFFICERS This study was developed because of a need to understand the career development activities and their impact on Texas peace officers. The study described the levels of human resource development activities of the 36 largest law enforcement agencies in Texas representing 21,065+ peace officers, 45 percent of all Texas peace officers. In addition, 23 hypotheses were tested which assessed the impact of human resource development activities on the careers of officers. The data was collected from a random survey of officers in the selected departments. Of the six hundred fifty-eight surveys were distributed, 69.3 per cent were returned and usable. The sample was slightly divergent in terms of gender from all Texas peace officers with 17.2 percent being female as opposed to 12.2 percent for all Texas peace officers. There also was a slightly higher representation of minorities with 18.7 percent being minority as opposed to the 13.2 percent for all Texas peace officers. Both of these are indications of the urban nature of the sample. The sample also had slightly fewer officers under age 25 and over age 50 than all Texas peace officers. Also, 82.1 percent of the sample have only worked for one department compared to the statewide rate of 69.9 percent. There were only 17.8 percent of the sample with less than five years experience which is different from the statewide rate of 31.2 percent. These are tendencies to be expected with predominantly urban departments that are under civil service systems that promotes stability, restrictions on the ability to make lateral transfers between agencies, and 20 year retirements.
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.
Extractions: Staff Development and Continuing Education Providers Interest Group The Staff Development and Continuing Education Providers is an Interest Group of the Texas Library Association. Membership in the Interest Group is through TLA membership. TLA basic dues entitles a member to join one Division and one Round Table/Interest Group at no additional charge. Select "Staff Development and CE Providers IG" in Section IV of the TLA application form. Previous Years For questions concerning this Interest Group, please contact: Name Office Voice Fax Email Ted Wanner Chair email@example.com Steve Seale Incoming Chair firstname.lastname@example.org Belinda Boon Past Chair email@example.com "Vickie" Phillips Secretary/Treasurer firstname.lastname@example.org Belinda Boon Councilor email@example.com STAFF DEV/CE HOMEPAGE TLA HOMEPAGE Last Modified
TxDLA 2003 Conference at the University of North texas uses multimedia education partners will serve ascopresenters delivery, enhancing instructions, staff development/collaboration http://www.txdla.org/events/2003conf/track_tech.html
Extractions: Abstract: This presentation will examine data streaming technology, the concept and capability of the PBS station network and its role as a partner in the public education environment. We will discuss technology integration, show examples of programming, and report on the progress of a TIF Grant to Texas' 14 PBS stations.
The National Institute For Staff And Organizational Development Science TEKS Toolkit provides resources for implementing the science texas Essential Knowledge and Skills and for strengthening science education in texas. staff. Science Calendar. Centers for Educator Development. educational Resources by Region. texas education http://www.nisod.org/
Extractions: The NISOD conference is the largest international conference to focus specifically on the celebration of teaching, learning, and leadership. It features exemplary practices and programs in 300 workshops, seminars, and roundtable sessions; preconference seminars offering in-depth descriptions and demonstrations of successful initiatives; general sessions featuring keynote remarks on current issues in higher education; an exciting Expo Plaza of NISOD partners and supporters demonstrating products and services, and offering hands-on opportunities to experience the latest and best
Texas A&M Distance Education AGED 689, 705, Data Collection Analysis (Doc @ a Distance), Lubbock/TexasTech, Briers. EHRD 670, 701, Women in education, Woodlands, staff. http://www.tamu.edu/ode/disted/courses.htm
Extractions: Distance Education Courses Distance Education courses are offered in a variety of formats, including videoconferencing through the Trans-Texas Videoconferencing Network (TTVN), the web (often using the WebCT virtual classroom tool), or in "face-to-face" classes held in other cities away from the Texas A&M campus. Below is a list of courses offered by distance education in the Spring 2003 semester. Please be aware that not every course is offered every semester. The courses you see listed below may not be available in the Summer or Fall semesters. Conversely, other courses available in thoses semesters won't be listed below. Always refer to the offical course catalog and/or talk to your advisor when planning to register. Now you can also get a sneak peek at Summer and Fall 2003 courses offered by the College of Education. If the location is blank, the course is primarily online.
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 Instructional Staff Development Instr Staff Dev Grad Req Grad Profile Acad Progs of Excel ... Dist Excel "Linking Learning to Student Achievement" Division of Curriculum and Instruction North East Education Center - Suite 413 Staff Goals Super Saturdays Mentor Teachers ... Links Carol Mendenhall, Director Phone: 804-7165 ext. 369 Fax: 804-7252 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Elaine Kidwell, Secretary
CLASSES 2001 12340, CRIJ431372, texas Justice, W, 600-845, WBH, Frazier. of Econ I, TR, 930-1045,education 111, Hawkins. PEDG2371-97, Exceptional Learner, M, 530-800, WHH, staff. http://hal.lamar.edu/~psce/classes.html
Extractions: SECTION TITLE DAYS TIME LOCATION INSTRUCTOR Art Appreciation W WBH Staff Stud in Visual Arts W WBH Staff Public Speaking T WBH Awoyefa Texas Justice W WBH Frazier Dance Appreciation M WBH Lihs Dev Algebra I MW WBH Staff Composition I T WBH Staff American Literature T WBH Gwynn Modern Grammar M WBH Price Envir Geog/Geol T WBH Pittman Meteorology R WBH Pittman US Survey I M WBH Linsley T WBH Strickland Statistics TR WBH Lauffer Phil of Knowledge W WBH Matthis General Psychology W WBH Johnson Population Problems M WBH Ma SECTION TITLE DAYS TIME LOCATION INSTRUCTOR Art Appreciation MW ED 111 Thomas Prin of Econ I TR EDUCATION 111 Hawkins Composition II MW ED 111 Needham American Lit MW ED 111 Needham US Hist II Since 1877 TR ED 209 Seratt US Hist II Since 1877 MW ED 209 Robertson Calc/Anal Geom I MTWR ED 111 Daniel Intro to Amer Govt II TR ED 111 Dubose
Program And Staff Development Committee PhD Interim Program Leader, Extension Evaluation, Accountability, staff DevelopmentClemson education University of Tennessee PO Box 1071 Knoxville, TN texas http://srdc.msstate.edu/plcsite/rc/staffdev/comm.htm
Sound On Tape - Internet Store Technology AS Degree by Distance education (Guy Hancock of Adm, Fellow Chairs, Fac,Support staff (Stauffacher,Murry Reading and Math Programs in texas CC(Garza http://www.soundontape.com/EComm/order.asp?CategoryID=25
Home must have passed all portions of the texas Academic Skills TASP) to sign up for thefollowing education courses EDUC 10632, Uvalde, MW, 430 pm545, staff, C1a. http://www.sulross.edu/content.asp?ID=1449
Research Findings About The Impact Of 4 .A study selection process of state 4H staff and faculty family structure, and father=s education,comparisons were The texas 4-H Impact Assessment http://4h.ifas.ufl.edu/newsandinfo/researchfindings.htm
Extractions: Below are research studies that demonstrate the impact 4-H programs, projects and activities have on developing life skills and building assets in young people. Also included are additional studies about . 4-H agents needing assistance with their Plan of Work, can contact email@example.com . Study titles are listed below and you can click on the title to visit the description about the study. Research Studies Specific to 4-H Affecting Environmental Attitudes through Camping
Gifted And Talented Workshops The BISD G/T staff development guidelines listed below are closely aligned to thoserecommended by the texas State Plan for the education of Gifted/Talented http://www.brazosport.isd.tenet.edu/prog_services/CW/gt.html
Extractions: Spring 2003 G/T Guidelines Staff Development Opportunities The BISD G/T staff development guidelines listed below are closely aligned to those recommended by the Texas State Plan for the Education of Gifted/Talented Students, as well as the Texas Association for the Gifted and Talented. Teachers who provide instruction and services that are a part of the program for gifted students are to have a minimum of 30 clock hours of G/T staff development prior to an assignment with gifted students. This staff development should include nature and needs of gifted/talented students, assessing student needs, and curriculum and instruction for gifted students. These teachers are also required to receive a minimum of six clock hours annually of professional development in gifted education. All administrators and counselors who have authority for program decisions are to have a minimum of six clock hours of professional development that includes nature and needs of the gifted/talented students and program options for the gifted. BISD G/T STAFF DEVELOPMENT PLAN AND RECOMMENDED TIMELINE PHASE 1 1996-97 and 1997-98 Nature and Needs of the Gifted PHASE 2 1997-98 and 1998-99 Social and Emotional Needs of the Gifted PHASE 3 1999-00 and 2000-01 Differentiated Curriculum for Gifted Students PHASE 4 2001-02 and 2002-03 Creativity and Instructional Strategies for the Gifted PHASE 5 2003-04 and 2004-05 Identification and Assessment of the Gifted In order to be in compliance with BISD's recommended plan, all g/t teachers were to have documented