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Extractions: RESA IV FOR ALL COMPUTER RELATED REPAIRS CLICK HERE RESA IV Monthly Activity Calendar Substitute Teacher Training Training for those college graduates that don't have a certificate in teacher education. When? Where? How? Click on Staff Development Harold Brooks Director Of Professional Development, Vocational and Purchasing email@example.com RESA IV 404 Old Main Drive Summersville, WV 26651 Nicole Workman, Secretary Substitute Teacher Training Training for those college graduates that don't have a certificate in teacher education. When? Where? How? September 30-October 1, 2002 9 - 4 p.m. (Two-day training/12 clock hrs) Glenville State College - Nicholas Co. Extension, Summersville, WV Tuition: $50 - Due at first class meeting Check or money order only - Cash will not be accepted! Contact your County Personnel Director to pre-register. The Class will accept no more that 41 participants to ensure classroom safety. Professional Development Vocational Education Cooperative Purchasing Coordination of Procedures Involved in Joint Bidding of Paper, Instructional Materials, and Custodial Supplies
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Extractions: FOR ALL COMPUTER RELATED REPAIRS CLICK HERE RESA IV Monthly Activity Calendar Substitute Teacher Training Training for those college graduates that don't have a certificate in teacher education. When? Where? How? Click on Staff Development Regional Staff Development Committee Professional Development Goals The West Virginia State Board established professional development goals that build the capacity of all educators to... 1. enhance instructional effectiveness through use of the Instructional Goals and Objectives (IGOs) and best practices 2. use assessment and performance data to improve student achievement 3. prepare students for the transition from school to post-secondary education and the world of work by implementing a system of comprehensive career development with career clusters and majors, career guidance and work-based learning 4. ensure a physically, socially and emotionally safe environment 5. integrate and apply technology to teaching and learning 6. connect parents and the community to the educational process
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Staff Development Contacts Florida Department of education Approved Master Inservice Plan Holders Claudia McNulty. Dir., staff dev. virginia Braxton. Dir., staff dev. http://www.myfloridaeducation.com/profdev/pdf/staffdev.pdf
Virginia's Community Of Learning in Professional development, author Rebecca Novick synthesizes academic research,recounts trends in education, shares understanding Approaches to staff dev. http://www.virginialearning.org/MainAreas/Search/sr_directory_category.cfm?CatNu
EDLF Faculty And Staff A comprehensive K12 education site, including curriculum guides, lesson plans, technology training, etc. http://curry.edschool.virginia.edu/edlf/Faculty/home.html
Teacher Education | Faculty And Staff Directory 1971 Ed.D. C I (Rdg C I) West virginia University. 1964 M.Ed. 1961 BS. ElementaryEducation California University of Pennsylvania. Faculty, dev. 19711974 http://www.mscd.edu/~ted/contact/faculty_staff.shtml
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
Senior High School - Staff RICHARD H BARLEY, ENGLISH. virginia BAUER, LEARNING SUPPORT. NEIL GUTEKUNST, MATHEMATICS.RICHARD A GUYER, PHYSICAL education AND HEALTH. N. dev IDGUNJI, SCIENCE. http://www.yshs.k12.pa.us/seniorhigh/staff.html
Extractions: Instructional Personnel MICHELE MERKLE PRINCIPAL DAVID DARRAH ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL RICHARD I ANDERSON JR INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC RICHARD H BARLEY ENGLISH VIRGINIA BAUER LEARNING SUPPORT JOHN BEACH BUSINESS EDUCATION / DRIVER EDUCATION MICHAEL BECK SCIENCE EMILY SMUCKER BEIDLER ART DAVID BLACK SCIENCE GABIJA BLOTZER LATIN JAMIE BRITTON GUIDANCE COUNSELOR CATHERINE BROWN MATHEMATICS DOUGLAS DAVIS ENGLISH KATHY FALATOVICH GERMAN MARY JO FERO ART KAREN FORRER GUIDANCE COUNSELOR DORAN FROCK MATHEMATICS/COMPUTER KENT GABLE MATHEMATICS KEVIN GLADFELTER MATHEMATICS/COMPUTER RESOURCE LINDELL GLADFELTER FRENCH THOMAS H GUERIN SOCIAL STUDIES NEIL GUTEKUNST MATHEMATICS RICHARD A GUYER PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND HEALTH JOAN HAMMOND FAMILY AND CONSUMER SCIENCE DONNA HAUN LEARNING SUPPORT NATHAN HOOVER SOCIAL STUDIES SARAH HOWE SOCIAL STUDIES N. DEV IDGUNJI
Occupational Dev. Dependent Care To staff these centers with workers and to support in EDUC 336, Clinical Experiencesin Early education, 3. Shepherd College Shepherdstown, West virginia 25443 (304 http://www.shepherd.edu/ctcweb/CTC/depcare.htm
Extractions: There is a growing need in the United States for provision of in-home based or center-based child care and elder care. Some employers are making a collaborative effort to provide dependent care for their employees by establishing centers or expanding existing ones. To staff these centers with workers and to support in-home programs, training beyond a high school education is needed. An associate's degree program will meet this need. The demand for a dependent care career should increase in the future as the baby boom generation ages and assumes the responsibility of providing care for their elderly parents and as more young mothers pursue employment outside the home thereby needing care for their children. Students in the dependent care specialist program will comply with Shepherd College's requirements for admissions, basic skills testing, and appropriate course placement, including mandated remedial courses, which are not counted toward completion of the program. Students are subject to all college catalog requirements regarding academic standards, student conduct, and graduation procedures.
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Health Careers 1607 firstname.lastname@example.org Mary Lou Thoune, staff dev. Assistant Director, Corporate Officeof education 715389-3348 email@example.com virginia Narlock, Admin. http://www.wihealthcareers.org/Career_consort.html
Extractions: The Wisconsin Health Careers Consortium is a member organization devoted to the promotion of health careers. Membership is only $30 per year for an individual, and $100 for an organization (with an unlimited number of individuals). Goals for the group include: For more information about the Consortium, call the Northern Wisconsin AHEC office at 715-675-7899 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org . To join, print out the membership registration form and send to NAHEC. Amery Regional Medical Center
NNCC Professional Development State Developments in Child Care, Early education, and SchoolAge staff Training RosemarieVardell. Marilyn Lopes Avoiding the Morning Rush virginia K. Molgaard http://www.nncc.org/Prof.Dev/prof.page.html
Extractions: Click here for help in viewing a PDF document ECE as a Career Choice Child Care Employment: Implications for Women's Self-Sufficiency and for Child Development (PDF) (January 1999) Compiled by Marcy Whitebook and Deborah Phillips Developing Positive Relationships with Children David Corsini Should I Be A Family Day Care Provider? Ruth Wait (available in Spanish Compensation Economics Of Caring Labor: Improving Compensation In The Early Childhood Workforce (PDF) (January 2000) Foundation for Child Development Financing Child Care The Center for the Future of Children Models for Increasing Child Care Worker Compensation Urban Institute (June 2001) - Maria D. Montilla, Eric C. Twombly and Carol J. De Vita PDF Version State Developments in Child Care, Early Education, and School-Age Care (PDF) Children's Defense Fund (2000) State Initiatives to Increase Compensation for Child Care Workers Urban Institute (Feb. 2001)
Extractions: Scott Carter School Board Office 207 West Second Avenue Franklin, Virginia 23851-2000 Voice (757) 569-8111 Fax (757) 569-8078 Superintendent - Dr. Alline Farmer Administrators: Coordinator of Instruction - Rebecca V. Gillette Coordinator of Instructional Technology - Gina C. Hancock Coordinator of Human Resources - James H. Holland Coordinator of Finance - Eileen T. Ritter Supervisor of Food Services - Nancy K. Parrish Coordinator of Student Services - Vanessa S. Collins Coordinator of Special Education - Deborah Faulk Supervisor of Transportation - Virginia L. Ricks Maintenance Supervisor - Christ L. Erbe School Board's Links Character Education Program Curriculum Update FCPS Beliefs Statement Federal Programs ... Testing Calendar All Information is property of Franklin City Public Schools.
Extractions: Scott Carter School Board Minutes September 20, 2001 The Franklin City School Board met in regular session on September 20, 2001 , at Joseph P. King, Jr. Elementary School. Members Present: Mr. David Benton, Chairman; Mrs. Mona Murphy, Vice-Chairman, Mrs. Jennifer Stephenson, Mrs. Shauna Moses, Mr. John Loving, Mr. James Jervey, and Dr. Alline Farmer, Superintendent. A motion was made by Mr. Loving and seconded by Mrs. Moses to go into closed meeting pursuant to Section 2.1-344.1(A) of the Code of Virginia to discuss the following specific matter(s): 2.1-344.A.1 Personnel, 2.1-344.A.4 Student Matter, 2.1-344.7 Legal Matter, and 2.1-344.A.2 Admission of Students. The vote was unanimous in favor of the motion. On a motion by Mr. Loving, second by Mrs. Murphy with unanimous vote, the Board returned to open meeting. Mr. Loving made a motion that the closed meeting was conducted in conformity with the provisions of the Virginia Freedom of Information Act, Section(s) 2.1-344.A.1., 2.1-344.A.4., 2.1-344.7, and 2.1-344.A.2., and as required by Section 2.1-344.1.D of the Code of Virginia, the Franklin City School Board hereby certifies that, to the best of each members knowledge, only public business matters lawfully exempted from open meeting requirements were discussed and only such public business matters were identified in the motion by which the closed meeting was convened were heard, discussed, or considered. Mrs. Stephenson seconded the motion and by unanimous vote the motion was approved.
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Extractions: Focus on Basics is the quarterly publication of the National Center for the Study of Adult Learning and Literacy. It presents best practices, current research on adult learning and literacy, and how research is used by adult basic education teachers, counselors, program administrators, and policy makers. http://gseweb.harvard.edu/~ncsall/fob/index.htm The National Institute for Literacy (NIFL) is an independent federal organization leading the national effort toward a fully literate nation in the 21st century. Their LINCS page is an excellent resource for special interest listservs, publications for adult ed teachers, advocacy for adult literacy programs, and much more. * A FIVE STAR SITE. * http://www.literacynet.org Eric Digest - Situated Learning in Adult Education. As an instructional strategy, situated cognition has been seen as a means for relating subject matter to the needs and concerns of learners. Learning is essentially a matter of creating meaning from the real activities of daily living. By embedding subject matter in the ongoing experiences of the learners and by creating opportunities for learners to live subject matter in the context of real-world challenges, knowledge is acquired and learning transfers from the classroom to the realm of practice.