Extractions: Higher Education/EDHE=0550 EDHE 5110 FDNS STU DEV ADM 001 CRE 3.0 W 05:30P-08:30P WH 317 BAIER JL 090 CRE 3.0 W 05:30P-08:30P NTSC 210 STAFF MEETS AT UNT SYSTEM CENTER AT DALLAS, 8915 S HAMPTON RD, DALLAS TX EDHE 6030 INTERNSHIP 700 CRE V ARR ARR ARR ARR STAFF MULTIPLE SECTIONS OFFERED RESTRICTED COURSE APPROVAL REQUIRED. CONTACT DEPARTMENT. 704 CRE V ARR ARR ARR ARR HILL-TRAYNHAM PK EDHE 6050 TEACH/LEARN HE 001 CRE 3.0 M 04:00P-06:50P WH 210 LUMSDEN DB EDHE 6500 PUBLISHING HI ED 001 CRE 3.0 W 06:00P-09:00P MATT 305 LUMSDEN DB EDHE 6510 PERSPECTIVES HED 001 CRE 3.0 M 07:05P-09:55P WH 318 KATSINAS SG EDHE 6520 RESRCH STDNTS HED 050 CRE 3.0 W 05:30P-08:30P UCD SISCOE DS MEETS AT UNIVERSITIES CENTER AT DALLAS, 1901 MAIN ST, DALLAS, TX
Extractions: CounselingEducation/COUN=0510 COUN 3610 PRIN COUNSELING I 001 CRE 3.0 MW 09:30A-10:50A MATT 115 TREVINO LL COUN 3620 PRIN COUNSELING II 001 CRE 3.0 MW 11:00A-12:20P MATT 115 GARZA Y COUN 3640 GRP PROC HELP REL 020 CRE 3.0 TR 12:30P-01:50P WH 115 MICHAEL D LIMITED TO RESIDENT HALL ASSISTANTS. COUN 4610 APPRAISAL TECHS 001 CRE 3.0 MW 02:00P-03:20P MATT 115 GARZA Y COUN 4620 INTRPSL SKILL 001 CRE 3.0 MW 12:30P-01:50P MATT 115 DURODOYE BA COUN 4900 THERAPEUTIC PLAY 700 CRE 3.0 ARR ARR ARR ARR LANDRETH GL (ALSO MEETS TR FROM 12:30-01:50 IN WH 316 ) COUN 5300 COMM AGENCY COUNS 090 CRE 3.0 R 05:30P-08:30P NTSC 242 DURODOYE BA MEETS AT UNT DALLAS CAMPUS, 8915 S HAMPTON RD, DALLAS TX 001 CRE 3.0 R 05:30P-08:20P WH 110 ENGELS DW 020 CRE 3.0 ARR ARR INET ENGELS DW WEB BASED INSTRUCTION. CONTACT THE DEPARTMENT OR COURSES.UNT.EDU ONLY ONE MANDATORY MEETING, MONDAY, AUGUST 25TH 5:30-8:30 IN WH 218.
Math Web Resources Online Math Test for Grade Four texas education Agency. Test Prep for 4th grade,edHelper.com. ISAT Math Grade 3 Sample Test, ISAT Math Grade 5 Sample Test, http://www.carteretcountyschools.org/staffdev/WebResources/math.htm
Sound On Tape - Internet Store 3045, Creating Self Director Learning Modules for staff education (Vicky R. Bowdenm),$7.00, 3046, Rewards and Motivation (Susan M. Distephano, RN, C. MSN), $7.00, http://www.soundontape.com/EComm/order.asp?CategoryID=12
Extractions: Staff Development Opportunities 2002 - 2003 Content Specific Training Biology Mentors Module The first Living Environment Regents exam was given in June 2001. Participants will be updated with the latest information on the application of the Living Environment Core Guide to the Regents Exam. Working in a laboratory setting, this will be an active, hands-on day. Date: December 4, 2002 Time: 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Location: Visitor Interpretive Center Audience: Biology and Life Science Teachers Presenter: Wayne Rogers Registration Deadline: Friday, April 26, 2002 Cost: Without Substitute:
Clinical Competencies can you document the skill level and professional development of your staff? TheTexas Consortium for Physical Therapy Clinical education in conjunction with http://www.tpta.org/foundation/clinical.htm
Extractions: "Clinical Competencies is working very well for us. It has given us a guideline with which to create a tailor-made program for our employees. The CD ROM version is great - we can email a copy of Clinical Competencies to each employee." Kathy Rock, Ancillary Services Manager, Spohn Physical Therapy and Rehab, Corpus Christi. "Clinical Competencies is an excellent tool for identifying weaknesses in physical therapy personnel. It incorporates specific skills into a comprehensive staff education program . My clinic managers are very pleased." David Wendeborn, PT, Director of Professional Services, Memorial City Physical Therapy and Sports Rehab, Houston. "Clinical Competencies is very easy to use. The hospitals physical therapy personnel are accustomed to the format because its like the Blue MACS. Id love to have a similar manual for speech and occupational therapy personnel." One of the most difficult responsibilities of the clinical director of any facility is to determine whether your staffers are clinically competent . As you prepare for a visit from an accrediting agency, can you
Staff Dev http://www.utsa.edu/training/CatalogIndex/StaffDevelopment.htm
Extractions: (Human Resource Processing) SD 241 Administrative Assistant Toolbox IV (Supervision) SD 245 Administrative Assistant Toolbox V (Student Processing) Additional Courses Course Number Course Name SD 235 Accessing the Compliance Program Training Post SD 228 Administrative Support Orientation SD 177 Annual Enrollment Meeting SD 207 Communication in the Workplace (Diagnostic) SD 213 Conflict Management in Everyday Life I SD 214 Conflict Management in Everyday Life II SD 215 Conflict Management in Everyday Life III SD 226 Creating Effective Relationships, Part I
Virginia's Community Of Learning in texas takes a look at the texas experience. from the US Department of Educationhttp//www National staff Development Council (Feedback) The National staff http://www.virginialearning.org/MainAreas/Search/sr_directory_category.cfm?CatNu
Science TEKS Toolkit About Us We provide resources for implementing the science texas EssentialKnowledge and Skills and for strengthening science education in texas. http://www.tenet.edu/teks/science/
Extractions: Texas Education Agency About Us We provide resources for implementing the science Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills and for strengthening science education in Texas. Products TEKS and TAKS charts and posters, safety and facilities manuals, issue briefs, and research reports. Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills Resources for understanding and implementing the science Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills, including definitions and examples, suggested classroom activities, and correlations to the National Science Education Standards. Professional Development Professional development opportunities offered by the Dana Center, and links to other professional development resources. Resources National, state, and local resources for educators, parents, and students, including links to the regional education service centers. Safety and Facilities Guidelines for facilities and safety in science classroom, laboratory, and field experiences. Instruction Instructional material for science education, including resources for implementing the science Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills.
Contact The Science TEKS Toolkit The Charles A. Dana Center The University of texas at Austin developmentOffice Building (dev) 2901 N. IH35, Suite 2.200 Austin, TX 78722-2348. http://www.tenet.edu/teks/science/help/contact.html
Department Listing G. GERIATRIC education RESEARCH INSTITUTE. GOVERNMENTAL AFFAIRS. Training StaffDevelopment. I. INFORMATION RESOURCES. N. NORTH texas EYE RESEARCH INSTITUTE. O. http://www.hsc.unt.edu/departments/
Extractions: Education Research Patient Care Service ... Local Resources Search for a department or division. Click on the letter to find a department starting with that letter. A B C D ... U A ACCOUNTING Accounts Payable Cashier Student Receivables Travel B BIOMEDICAL COMMUNICATIONS Biomedical Communications Administration Classroom Educational Technology Services Copier Services Medical Arts Photography Print Services Television C CAMPUS POLICE CARDIOVASCULAR RESEARCH INSTITUTE CENTRAL SUPPLY CLINICAL EDUCATION CLINICAL TRIALS COMPLIANCE OFFICE COWTOWN MARATHON D DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Academic Information Systems (AIS) Faculty Dev/Instruct Technology Integrative Medical Education Medical Humanities E EDUCATIONAL AFFAIRS F FACILITIES MANAGEMENT Building Maintenance Construction Services Custodial Services Facilities Management Services Utilities FAMILY MEDICINE Central Family Medicine Clinic Emergency Medicine Founder's Activity Center (FAC) Northside Family Medicine Clinic Physician Assistant Studies (PA Prog) Saginaw Family Medicine Clinic ... FINANCIAL AID G GOVERNMENTAL AFFAIRS GRADUATE SCHOOL OF BIOMEDICAL SCIENCES Admissions, Graduate School
Pioneer Tools For Teachers TECA, Technology, Austin, TX, texas Computer education Chicago (Elk Grove), IL, StaffDevelopment Resources (SDR 1999 Technology in education International Conference http://www.tools4teachers.com/e_conf.html
Extractions: Organization Presenter January 21-22, 1999 ICE Technology Indianapolis IN Indiana Computer Educators (ICE) Perry Reeves February 2-3, 1999 MECA Technology Jackson MS Mississippi Education Computer Association Perry Reeves February 14-17, 1999 TECA Technology Austin TX Texas Computer Education Association Perry Reeves February 17-18, 1999 Montana Conference Workshops Technology Bozeman MT Jim Samson February 18-19, 1999 Southeast Regional Social Studies Conf. Social Studies Greensboro NC Southeast Regional Council for Social Studies February 25-28, 1999 Southeast Regional Social Studies Conf. Technology St. Charles IL North Cook Intermediate Service Center Perry Reeves March 3-5, 1999 NCAECT Technology Triangle Park NC No. Carolina Assoc. of Educational Technologies
Extractions: This policy research project will provide students with a unique opportunity to work on pressing issues in education policy, particularly the intersections among school finance and other issues, such as standards and accountability and teacher quality. It will be informed by the Charles A. Dana Centers work on education policy. By the end of this policy research project, students will: The project for the fall semester will involve preparing briefing materials for a January 2003 workshop for legislative staff on pressing education policy issues facing the 78th Texas Legislature. In the fall semester this PRP will otherwise function like a seminar and will feature guest lectures from Texas policymakers and technical experts. In the spring semester, besides staffing the pre-session workshop, students will have the opportunity to work together on education policy issues in the context of an internship with a legislative committee, state office, or state agency.
School Directory Culp, Barbara (Coordinator, Math), 4404. Duree, Sandra (Dir K12 LA Arts/StaffDev.), 4406. Plan 21, 1-800-622-7276. texas education Agency, 512-463-9734. http://www.goosecreek.cisd.esc4.net/General/Telephone/Directory.asp
Extractions: Names Numbers Administration Fax Hall Phone Mail Room(Perry Garcia) Alaniz, Jennifer (Assistant to Tax Collector) Ardis, Connie (Tax Office) Beal, Reba (Payroll) Bowman, Katie(Acct Manager) Cannariato, Bernard (Dir Personnel) Clark, Shari (Payroll) Clausen, Kathy (Dir Public Information) Cote, Pete (Exec Dir Business Services) Dean, Jodie (Print Shop) Donatto, Goldie (Sec to S. Moore-Fontenot) Epperson, Eva Joe (Sec to B. Sultis) Erwin, Shirley (Pension Plan) Fikes, Cindy (Insurance) Garcia, Noemi (Sec to Board) Griffin, Frank (Special Projects) Guy, Lisa (Dir Acc't/Accts Payable) Ibarra, Michelle (Sub Office) Jannise, Elizabeth (Print Shop) Johnson, Eileen (Sec to C. Piggot) Kimball, Earline (Payroll) Lamb, Cindy (Sec to K. Clausen) Langley, Dennise (ID Badges) Latour, Deborah (Acct Payable J-N) Leissner, Leura (Sec to B. Sultis)
Extractions: Roundtable Plenary Following Dr. Uri Treisman's dynamic presentation, all Conference attendees will round out the morning by participating in our First Roundtable Poster Exhibition in Ballroom D-E. Thirty innovative programs and/or techniques that present a diverse range of both Districts and School Social Workers, will be showcased in this "first-ever" event! Plan to browse, network with other campus professionals, collect materials and learn about creative ways to implement strategies that will enhance your practice as a School Social Worker!
Extractions: Choose... Bond Information Calendar Campuses District Map District Policies Educator Resources Graduation Requirements Human Resources Internet AUA Menus Parent Resources Phone Numbers Planning Guide Publications Student Code of Conduct Testing Dates Have it Your Way! Aesop CourseWizard Human Resources Personnel Directory
Extractions: Select a View: Home Students Fac/Staff Alumni ... Resources Office of Professional Development We provide continuing education offerings , publications, and other services of the highest quality, affordability and diversity, and promote life-long learning for social workers and other human service professionals. Programming is designed to strengthen knowledge at all levels of professional experience and is grounded in the values and ethics of the social work profession. Current Offerings (CEU's available) Annual Society For Spirituality and Social Work Conference Annual Texas School Social Work Conference Texas Resource Manual of Facilities and Programs for Children and Youth ... CEU Certification for Community Workshops Please email us your suggestions, interests, and needs for future programming and continuing education. We look forward to your participation and to your feedback about our programs and publications. Contact us at:
Extractions: We hope you will enjoy your visit with us. Location Maps Staff Dev. Calendar Mini-Grant Application Contact Information: Superintendent: Mr. Beau Rees Beau.Rees@esc9.net Assistant Superintendent: Mr. Brian Mann Brian.Mann@esc9.net Director of Special Programs: Ms. Karen Howard Karen.Howard@esc9.net Telephone: 940-549-0595 Fax: 940-549-8656 Postal Address: Electronic Mail: 400 Third Street Graham, Texas 76450 Gail.White@esc9.net Quick Links Forms Search Human Resources Links Lunch Menus Region 9 Texas Education Agency Texas K-12 Schools Texas PTA U.S. Department of Education Visitors since 6/22/99.