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1. Technology Staff Dev INDEX
Content Standards for california Public Schools, K Special education, GUHSD EmpoweringStudents through staff Development, General information regarding GUHSD's
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GUHSD computer use policies Apple Learning Exchange, Units of Practice Ideas and examples for teaching with technology Artic Explorers Follow the Artic adventures of El Cap teacher Dena Rosenberger! Britannica Online GUHSD yearly subscription to the Britannica encyclopedia. Career Information GUHSD Career Explorer, Occupational Handbook, and more CDE California Department of Education Citing Work GUHSD Documentation Formats, MLA standards CTAP California Technology Assistance Project Computer Service Request Procedure What to do if you need a GUHSD technology fix Content Standards for California Public Schools K-12 school content standards adopted by the CA State Board of Education Curriculum Frameworks CA State Board of Education K-12 blueprint for implementing grade level content How to add images to appear on your Macintosh computer screen Digital High School Find information regarding status of statewide technology initiatives Digital Video in Education Student and teacher process for making movies, including worksheets and Internet resources

2. CDE: Staff Dev. 4-8 Funded Sites In 2000/2001 All Rounds | Los Angeles - Nevada
Los Angeles, Bellflower Unified, Bellflower Alternative education Center, $160,8. Los Angeles, Hacienda la Puente Unified, california Elementary, $2,560, 128.
California Dept of Education A-Z Index Search Help You are currently looking at one of four sections of the complete list of 2000/2001 Funding. Some of the District names have been abbreviated to shorten the length of this table. Please print this page for reference.
Los Angeles-Nevada Orange-Santa Clara Santa Cruz-Yolo County District School Award Enrollment Los Angeles ABC Unified Fedde (Pharis F.) Middle Los Angeles ABC Unified Furgeson (Venn W.) Elementary Los Angeles ABC Unified Hawaiian Elementary Los Angeles ABC Unified Juarez (Benito) Elementary Los Angeles ABC Unified Palms Elementary Los Angeles ABC Unified Wittmann (Helen) Elementary Los Angeles Bellflower Unified Bellflower Alternative Education Center Los Angeles Bellflower Unified Bellflower Usd Intensive Learning Ctr (Elem) Los Angeles Bellflower Unified Foster (Stephen) Elementary Los Angeles Bellflower Unified Jefferson (Thomas) Elementary Los Angeles Bellflower Unified Las Flores Elementary Los Angeles Bellflower Unified

3. CMTA | Gary Hart, State Secretary Of Child Dev. And Education
consensus on an action plan focused on education's core issues CBEE and communicatewith our members and staff through our 2000 california Manufacturers and

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Directories CA Senate Aanestad Ackerman Alarcon Alpert Ashburn Battin Bowen Brulte Burton Cedillo Chesbro Denham Ducheny Dunn Escutia Figueroa Florez Hollingsworth Johnson Karnette Knight Kuehl Machado Margett McClintock McPherson Morrow Murray Oller Ortiz Perata Poochigian Romero Scott Sher Soto Speier Torlakson Vasconcellos Vincent CA Assembly Aghazarian Bates Benoit Berg Bermudez Bogh Calderon Campbell Canciamilla Chan Chavez Chu Cogdill Cohn Corbett Correa Cox Daucher Diaz Dutra Dutton Dymally Firebaugh Frommer Garcia Goldberg Hancock Harman Haynes Horton Horton Houston Jackson Keene Kehoe Koretz Laird LaMalfa La Suer Leno Leslie Levine Lieber Liu Longville Lowenthal Maddox Maldonado Matthews Maze McCarthy McLeod Montanez Mountjoy Jr. Mullin Nakanishi Nakano Nation Nunez Oropeza Pacheco Parra Pavley Plescia Reyes Richman Ridley-Thomas Runner Salinas Samuelian Simitian Spitzer Steinberg Strickland Vargas Wesson Wiggins Wolk Wyland Yee CMTA Board
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CMTA Annual Meeting and Gala March 24, 2003 Upcoming Committee Meetings Corporate Counsel: March 24 Energy: March 6 Environment: March 28 Government Rel.:

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5. CSU, Chico Distance And Online Education - Programs Offered - 530-898-6105 - Rce
SocioCultural Context of Psychological dev, staff, TR, 1230-145pm, Extension Center for Regional and Continuing education california State University

6. STAR99 Staff Dev Guidlns California Department Of Education Of Education Adopted
County Board of education. Alphabetical Site Index San Diego County Office of education. All rights reserved.

7. California State University, Long Beach -- Department Of Occupational Studies
Human Resource dev./staff dev. Effective Teaching Learning; Urban education; Bilingual/Biculturaleducation. Department of Occupational Studies california State
OCST Main Menu Faculty and Staff Quick Links About Us Academics Credential Programs Distance Learning ... Site Map Ron Raya, Ed.D
  • B.S., CSU - Pomona, 1961, Major: Physical Education, Minor: Science Human Behavior Program Management and Evaluation Leadership Human Resource Dev./Staff Dev. Urban Education Bilingual/Bicultural Education
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8. Education Planet Education,Educational Organizations,North America,USA,Californi
HCOE Site Navigator Menu staff dev Discussion Board Marin County Board of EducationMCOE Programs 8. california Science Teachers Association - Viewing this
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TelCom Services Teachers - Receive a second year of Lesson Planet for FREE! ... by choosing our Smart Saver Long Distance Program Top Sites this Week Science: Middle School Physical Science Resource Center Math: Project Interactive Social Science: America at War - Time for Kids Language Arts: International Children's Digital Library Project: Stay Safe Online Lesson Plan: from the Department of Homeland Security Top Sites Archives Educational News Schools Seek to Reassure in Wartime Special Education May Get Overhaul Make-A-Wish Foundation Helps Sick Student Go to College
Found websites and other resources for ' california. Lesson Plans Books Software Maps ... Videos More 'california' books Supplies Online Courses Category matches for: ' california Home/History/United States History/State Histories California (13) Home/Geography and Countries/Maps/North America/USA California (2) Home/Research Tools/Libraries/Public/North America/USA California (12) Home/Education/Educational Organizations/North America/USA California (15) Home/Research Tools/Libraries/University/North America/USA California (1) Home/Research Tools/Museums and Exhibits/North America/USA California (5) Home/Art and Music/Visual Arts/Art Museums/North America/USA California (7) Home/Environment/Ecology/Parks/National Parks/North America/USA California (1) Home/Research Tools/Libraries/School Libraries/North America/USA

9. RN Internship Program Overview
Healthcare Association of Southern california Turnover and Vacancy J Nurs staff dev. Classroomand Skills Lab education Our interns benefit from 200 hours of

What's New

We are the Best in the West CHLA RN Internship Contact our Nurse Recruiter, Pam Datria at: (323) 669-2193 Email:
As a recent graduate, you're probably wondering which new graduate RN program is right for you. With so many programs to choose from, it's difficult to distinguish between an inadequate program and an exceptional one. Besides, there are many variables to consider - some programs are longer than others; some pay more than others, many do not offer sufficient precepted time or a formal mentor program - ultimately, these programs do not meet the needs of new graduate nurses. Is it any wonder that first-year nurse turnover rates are so alarmingly high (46% in Southern California, and between 35% and 60% nation-wide).*
With this in mind, CHLA, a 314-bed, USC-affiliated teaching hospital, has developed the most innovative and comprehensive pediatric RN internship program available. Unlike most other new graduate programs, we designed our six-month RN Internship program to be a highly supportive and appropriately paced learning experience. *Healthcare Association of Southern California Turnover and Vacancy Trend Report final 3 quarters of 2000. ± Coeling HVE. Organizational culture: helping new graduates adjust. Nurse Educ. 1990;15(2):26-30. Hamilton EM, Murray MK, Lindholm LH, Myers RE. Effects of mentoring on job satisfaction, leadership behaviors, and job retention of new graduate nurses. J Nurs Staff Dev. 1989;5(4):159-165. Mathews, JJ, Nunley C. Rejuvenating orientation to increase more satisfaction and retention. J Nurs Staff Dev. 1992;8(4):159-164.

10. LSCHE: Perceived Between Learning Assistance & Dev. Ed.
KEEP REMEDIAL education IN california'S PUBLIC COLLEGES of both Learning Assistanceand Developmental education. It includes faculty, staff, both secretarial
Definitions: Some Perceived Differences Between Learning Support Centers and Developmental Education Because learning support and learning assistance centers are associated with the term "learning assistance," and because learning assistance is sometimes used as a synonym for "developmental education," the following quotations are offered to help make a distinction between a campus center (by whatever name it is labeled) and developmental education courses. "Second, a counseling approach is vital to success. By this is meant that the student is accepted as he is. He is welcomed with warmth and he is not judged. He relates to the learning assistance center staff in a collaborative manner to establish reasonable goals. Again this appears to be a simple approach, but it is frequently overlooked and it takes constant monitoring to maintain this attitude.
A California Postsecondary Education Commission report published as PROMISES TO KEEP: REMEDIAL EDUCATION IN CALIFORNIA'S PUBLIC COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES, Commission Report #83-2, January 1983, stated that "Although such centers originally sprang from campus counseling in order to serve special-admission students, today they [learning assistance centers] are independent entities whose purpose is the development of academic skills for all students."

11. CCMB Staff
education Research Technician, Center for Craniofacial Molecular Biology, Schoolof Dentistry, University of Southern california, Los Angeles, CA. Mech dev. Staff/Tefft Denise page.htm
(323)442-3404 Voice
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Judith Denise Tefft
Ph.D. Research Associate Education Experience Publications
University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA Ph.D. Craniofacial Biology California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, CA M. S. Science University California Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, CA B.S. Arts
2001-present Research Associate, Center for Craniofacial Molecular Biology, School of Dentistry, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA Research Technician, Center for Craniofacial Molecular Biology, School of Dentistry, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA Teaching Assistant, Cal poly Pomona, Pomona, CA Masters Research, Cal Poly Pomona, Physiology Research Associate, City of Hope, Duarte, CA Polymer Chemist, Monsanto Chemocal Company, MA Research Assistant, University of Sussex, UK Research Assistant, UC Santa Barbars, Mycology
Publications Leinwand MJ, Tefft JD, Zhao J, Coleman C, Anderson KD, Warburton D. (2002).

12. CCMB Staff
education Technician, Skeletal Biology Laboratory, School of Dentistry, Universityof Southern california, Los Angeles, CA. Int J dev Biol 45(4)62331. Staff/Hui_Chen_page.htm
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Hui Chen
B.S. Research Associate Education Experience Publications
University of Beijing General Trades, Union, Beijing, China BSE Electrical Engineering
1999-Presente Research Associate, Center for Craniofacial Molecular Biology, School of Dentistry, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA Technician, Skeletal Biology Laboratory, School of Dentistry, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA Engineer, Beijing Municipal Engineering, Beijing, China Engineer Interm, Beijing Engineering Bureau, Beijing, China
Publications Zhao J, Shi W, Wang YL, Chen H, Bringas P Jr, Datto MB, Frederick JP, Wang XF, Warburton D (2002). Smad3 deficiency attenuates bleomycin-induced pulmonary fibrosis in mice . Am J Physiol Lung Cell Mol Physiol 282(3):L585-93 Zhao J, Chen H, Wang YL, Warburton D (2001). Abrogation of tumor necrosis factor-alpha converting enzyme inhibits embryonic lung morphogenesis in culture . Int J Dev Biol 45(4):623-31 Zhao J, Chen H, Peschon JJ, Shi W, Zhang Y, Frank SJ, Warburton D (2001).

13. Evaluation Of The Blended Teacher Education Program At California State Universi
evaluation will help the Chancellor's Office staff and campus The Evaluation of theBlended Teacher education Program at california State University
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Evaluation of the Blended Teacher Education Program at California State University
Project Summary Key Staff Publications Project Summary SRI International is conducting an evaluation of the Blended Teacher Education Program at four California State University (CSU) campuses: CSU Fullerton, CSU Northridge, Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, and CSU Hayward. Sponsored by the Stuart Foundation, the evaluation is expected to be completed in January, 2003. The Blended Teacher Education Program at CSU is an accelerated teacher preparation program that enables teacher candidates to earn an undergraduate degree and a teaching credential in 4 years, rather than the traditional 5 or more years. Blended programs differ from other teacher preparation programs in that they serve undergraduate students who decide early that they want to be teachers. Blended programs aim to produce stronger candidates more quickly than traditional teacher preparation models, and to provide these candidates with early fieldwork experiences, and simultaneous content and pedagogical training.

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dev. SSS A AS Expulsion Appeal Process Under california education Code Section theAssistant Director, Financial Management Services staff perform mandated

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Children of judges, NJAHS and ACLUNC staff are not Society (NJAHS), the ACLU ofNorthern california, the Civil Liberties Public education Project and
Linking Japanese American Internment to Your Rights Today During World War II
, the federal government ordered the removal of all Japanese Americans on the West Coast and their detention in concentration camps. This act, a violation of the Constitution, still reverberates today. Or does it? Is the incarceration of Japanese Americans something in the past that won't happen again? Have you or someone you know experienced treatment similar to that faced by the Japanese Americans in World War II? Can you relate internment to as situation in which the Constitutional rights of a person or group are being ignored today? If so, what does the situation mean to you and to other Americans? If the constitutional rights of any one individual or group are violated, how does that affect other Americans? Express your feelings or thoughts about internment and your civil rights today. Class projects and group entries are welcome. Contest Deadline:
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19. Ag Ed State Staff Listing
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Mr. Troy D. Newton State FFA Executive Secretary Alabama FFA Association State Department of Education 5227 Gordon Persons Building 50 North Ripley Street Montgomery, AL 36130-3901 Alaska Mr. Jeff Werner State FFA Advisor Alaska FFA Association School of Agriculture and Land Resources University of Alaska, Fairbanks PO Box 757200 Fairbanks, AK 99775 Mr. Don Berberich State FFA Co-Advisor Alaska FFA Association Palmer High School 1170 West Arctic Avenue Palmer, AK 99645 Arizona Mr. Dennis Fiscus State Supervisor, Agri. Educ. Arizona FFA Association Arizona Department of Education 1535 W. Jefferson Street Phoenix, AZ 85007-3209 Mr. Neil A. Schneider State FFA Executive Secretary Arizona FFA Association Arizona Dept. of Education

20. Staff Dev. Update 1
Work with San Diego, california, Middle School Teachers Shows Progress Math presentationsby Dick Brannan, a Math Solutions education specialist, focusing on
Fall 2002 Issue 7 Subscribe Contact Us Past Issues Front Page Work with San Diego, California, Middle School Teachers Shows Progress
pal, told us about some of the positive changes that have taken place since the project started. Prior to their work with Math Solutions, grades 7 and 8 teachers were highly skeptical that seventh- and eighth-grade students could be grouped together.

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