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1. Staff Development Resources
their own strengths using the NSDC staff dev. Standards, can lead you to the North East maine Dept. of education, Vaialable for $120 from NSDC. Video Tapes for staff development
Organizations Supporting Staff Development
Written Materials on Staff Development
Video Tapes on Staff Development
Audio Tapes on Staff Development ...
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Organizations Supporting Staff Development:
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.
In some countries, like Canada, the assistance for school improvement comes from provincial "ministries" of education. In other countries, like Singapore and Great Britain, the Ministry of Education is for the whole nation.

2. Jim Moulton - SDE Presenter Profile
all my faculty. Sandra Hall, Teacher and staff dev. ProjectBased education, K-12.Presenter Highlights Technology Trainer; maine Internet education Consortium
SDE Home Customized Training Presenter Index Request Information PRESENTER PROFILE
Jim Moulton
Jim's Resume Jim's Workshops JIM MOULTON is a nationally recognized educator and technology trainer, well known for both his technical and classroom knowledge. His unique ability to combine these strengths allows him to translate high-tech possibilities into school-based realities.
Jim has been part of many state and national efforts to develop, as well as to encourage the effective implementation of, educational technology programs. Included in these are the Secretary of Education’s Conference on Educational Technology, the Maine Internet Education Consortium, the Maine Goals 2000 Technology Task Force, and the Panasonic Foundation Round Table.
From introducing educators to the Internet to helping a knowledgeable district plan next steps in making systemic and effective use of their technology investment, Jim can help facilitate schools’ progress through the present and into the future.
Here’s what your colleagues say about Jim:
"Both days were so valuable. Interest and enthusiasm to explore Internet use has rippled down every hall. …already tied to instruction, naturally and easily.”

3. Staff Development And The Role Of The Tech Leader
118 SHPPS 2000 Table 4.7. States That Provide Funding for or Offer staff Development on Mental Health and Social Services Topics for Mental Health or Social Services staff, by Topic 1 Yes No ? Incomplete Data AfterSc h ool Program s Alcohol
Staff Development and the Role of the Tech Leader Ideas for Stage 1 Teachers Actden Free Tutorials Microsoft Online Tutorials Free Worksheets Certificate Creator Ideas for Stage 2 Teachers LessonPlanz RHL School Teacher Vision Teachers Network Productivity in the Classroom Tutorial Packs Template Gallery Ideas for Stage 3 Teachers Kathy Schrock Sample PowerPoint presentations My School Online Quia

4. Education Planet Education,Department Of Education,startat60 Lesson Plans
HUMBOLDT COUNTY OFFICE OF education HCOE Site Navigator Menu staff dev- Discussion Board About HCOE HCOE Departments Homepage - Welcome To Owl's Head, maine See it on the map
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5. Maine Principal Association
Activities Athletics staff LRC Departments staff dev Groupwise maine West Warriors Contact Information maine West US, offers a highquality education in a variety of

maineEndwell School District Calendar of Events April 2003. MS/HS staff dev., DismissalMS at 1120 am, HS at 1130 am. 10 Board of education Mtg., 8 pm. 11

maineEndwell School District Calendar of Events December 2002. MM Band/Chorus Concert,7 pm. MS staff dev., Dismissal 1120 am. Board of education Mtg., 8 pm. 13

8. The Faculty Room
Tips for Teachers Tammy Worcester, Ed Svcs staff dev Assoc, Central Kansas. mainetechnology in education - Technology for maine schools.
Home Office Class Art Faculty The Penobscot Bay Schoolhouse

Welcome to the Faculty Room of the Penobscot Bay Schoolhouse. Here you will finds links to sites on the World Wide Web. They are categorized as shown in the Table of Contents below. Clicking on a Table of Contents hyperlink will take you to that section. Clicking on one of the icons to the left will take you to that room or back to the home page. Clicking on a "blue up arrow" will return you to the top of the page. Enjoy!
Table of Contents Click on to return to top of page
WWW Links for Educators Starting Points General Teacher Resources

9. Trelease Lectures, States I-M
maine. of education Research (1800-735-3503 register) all day teacher seminarsKansas City, MO Wednesday, Oct 30, 2002 Ferguson-Florissant Schools staff dev.
Dates by State
Dates by Year
EMPTY listing for a state indicates nothing is confirmed to date. Each state listing contains only confirmed Jim Trelease lecture bookings. Click the individual YEAR button above to determine if all available dates for a given year have been filled.
Also consult Scheduling FAQ's
To request fees and scheduling info, go to Send Info I-M
Illinois Indiana Iowa ... Montana
Tuesday, Apr. 2, 2002
Indian Trails Pub. Lib.
6 pm Wheeling, IL July 9 and 10, 2002 ( Registration: 1-800-735-3503 all-day teacher workshops Chicago (south), IL Chicago (north), IL Thursday, Apr. 3, 2003 Francis Parker School 3:30 pm and 7 pm Chicago, IL Mon.-Tues., ( Registration: 1-800-735-3503 all-day teacher workshops (fee) Monday—Chicago (south) Tuesday—Chicago (north) Tuesday, Apr. 15, 2003

10. SMPA : About Us
Training coordinated by SMPA staff in FY 20002001 included Two, full day BehaviorManagement Techniques of education DMHMR SAS - MMP/CAN maine dev.

Letter from the President of the Board and the Executive Director
We are a community. That said, families of children with disabilities have been the mainstay of and community for Southern Maine Parent Awareness (SMPA) since 1980. Originating as an intimate support group for about a dozen parents, we have grown to making contact with more than 5,500 families of children with disabilities and their service providers. Twelve thousand children with disabilities reside in southern Maine. SMPA offers information, support, resources, and referrals to those 12,000 families and their service providers living in York and Cumberland counties. There are programs and services available to help address most of these challenges; however, few families know that they exist. Families need someone they can call who will help them identify and access services. They need to know that they are not alone. This is what we do best. We provide information, support, resources, and referrals to families of children with disabilities aged pre-birth through 21 years.

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Jean Gulliver, Dept. of education. Peter Walsh, Dept. Kelly Roberts, maine TurnpikeAuthority. dev Culver, Eastern maine Healthcare. staff in Attendance

26 Edison Drive / 145 State House Station / Augusta, ME

BIS Office: 207-624-8800 // CIO Office:
Fax: 207-287-4563 // TTY 207-624-8853 A ngus S. King Robert A. Mayer Janet E. Waldron Governor Chief Information Officer Commissioner TO: Information Services Policy Board Members FROM: Mary N. Cloutier, Staff to the Information Services Policy Board DATE: January 27, 2000 RE: January 20, 2000 ISPB Minutes Members/Designees in Attendance: Will Harris, Dept of Conservation Arthur Davis, Department of Labor Greg Shea, Dept. of Transportation Ted Glessner, Judicial System Jean Gulliver, Dept. of Education Peter Walsh, Dept. of Human Services Katy Longley, Dept. of Financial and Professional Regulation Kelly Roberts, Maine Turnpike Authority Dev Culver, Eastern Maine Healthcare Staff in Attendance: Mary N. Cloutier, Staff to the Board Other attendees: Sheldon Bird, Department of Labor Wayne Gallant, Dept. of Public Safety Ray Halperin, Dept. of Transportation Ellen Lee, Bureau of Information Services Robert A. Mayer, CIO, Bureau of Information Services

12. Tbl Serials
1997, weekly, maine Fertilizer, maine Center for Adult Learning Literacy, Oct. MarketingAdult education, LEARN, May 1991Sep. 1992, monthly, National staff dev.
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

13. National Network For Educational Renewal
University of Southern maine, Access We work on equity in the a course or modulein both multicultural and special education knowledge. Stewardship staff dev.



Building ...
Operational Goals
Working to implement the curriculum themes and their moral dimensions both in program for the pre-service preparation of teachers, and in partner schools. California
University School Staff Development Fund enables specific projects to be coordinated related to the moral dimensions. Our Well-Educated Teacher Initiative ensures that our students are exposed to and explore the four dimensions. Colorado
for Ed.
Renewal We have developed a Curriculum Reflection Process which will help each IHE site examine its curriculum in light of the themes. Every site is engaged in study groups and seminars to explore and incorporate them into their TEP. As a result, the themes are firmly embedded. University of 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 of Hawaii 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.

14. Wells County Faculty And Staff Directory, NDSU Extension Service
NDSU Extension Service Faculty and staff Directory Extension Agent, 4H Youth dev./Nutrition education Agent, FNP, CC 4H, maine, Richard, 547-3341, Extension Agent
NDSU Extension Service Faculty and Staff Directory Wells County
Phone No.(701) KTL Office Building, Box 287, Fessenden, ND 58438-0287
FAX (701) Office Hours: 8 am - 4:30 pm (Central) Bollingberg, Nancy Extension Agent, 4-H Youth Dev./ Nutrition Education Agent, FNP CC 4H Maine, Richard Extension Agent, Cropping Systems Wiesz, Sheila Secretary

15. New England Comprehensive Assistance Center: Resources: Links
and frameworks, sponsored by the maine Mathematics and http// teachers,adult educators, principals, staff developers, school
New England Comprehensive Assistance Center (NECAC)
at EDC, Inc.
55 Chapel Street
Newton, MA 02158
Phone: 800-332-0226
Fax: (617) 969-7578
TDD: 617-964-5448
URL: We have done our best to make this site accessible.
Please direct comments or questions about this site to Cyndi Plouff
Professional Development Technology for Educators Regional Opps for Teachers Teachers Principals, Administrators, etc. ... National Associations Technology for Educators Twenty-First Century Teachers is a nationwide volunteer initiative encouraging 100,000 teachers to work with their colleagues to develop new skills for using technology in their teaching and learning activities. TEECH - Teacher Enhancement Electronic Communications Hall is an electronic community set up to foster collaboration among leaders in teacher development. Computer Networking: Training K-12 Educators for a New Technology compares two attempts at introducing K-12 educators to the Internet, and briefly reports on student evaluations of the course for two additonal runs

16. Current Staff And Faculty
Ed.D., Columbia University; MS, Syracuse University; MLS, Simmons College; BA,University of maine. MC89, Designing CompBased staff dev. MC21, education Tech.
Tim McGee Director, Instructional Technology
  • PhD. U.C. Berkeley M.A. San Francisco State University B.A. San Francisco State University
    Karen Warfield Secretary, Instructional Technology
  • A.S., Harcum College

    Aram Kagan Graduate Assistant
  • B.A., Pennsylvania State University
  • Amanda Albright Graduate Assistant
  • B.S., Pennsylvania State University
    Dolly Bernard-Marks Courses Taught
  • M.S.I.T., Philadelphia University
  • B.S., West Chester University HTML Web Design Dreamweaver Intro to Flash

    Jeanne Buckley Courses Taught
  • Ed.D., Columbia University
  • M.S., Syracuse University
  • M.L.S., Simmons College
  • B.A., University of Maine
    Designing Instr. Sys. Intro to Instr. Tech. Jennifer Celano Courses Taught
  • M.S, Philadelphia University
  • B.A., Temple University Interactive Media II Photoshop Joseph Cellucci Courses Taught
  • M.S. Villanova University
  • 17. Sust Dev't Briefing Biographies - Biweekly Updates From NCSE
    Environmental education; and the Environmental education Coalition State Universityfrom 197879; staff Attorney, American York, the University of maine, and as

    18. Professional Development Teaming With Adult Education
    the, 'way schools do business' in the midcoast maine area As the staff developer,my primary concern is for the place to 'hook it on to', Adult education is the

    19. BIO-TBL
    Information from both faculty and Al dev, 14%. Information from coaching staff,1%. Bank Street College of education. Bard College. University of maine(2).
    Biology Graduates
    Number of graduates 1989-2001: 468
    We have information concerning employment for 49%
    Where did we get the information on employment? Information from faculty Information from Alumni Development Information from both faculty and Al. Dev. Information from coaching staff Information from Career Services
    In what fields are they working? FIELD OF EMPLOYMENT NO. Arts/Crafts (musician, actor, artist) Business (accountant, sales, personnel, mgmt) Clergy/Ministry Computer (programming, systems analysis) Education (professor, el ed, day care) Engineering/Construction (architect, interior design ) Farming/Conservation Foreign Service (interpreter, diplomat, Peace Corp) Health Services Homemaking Law (lawyer, judge, police, politician) Mental Health (social worker, psychologist) Scientific Research/Application Writing/Journalism Unemployed Other No Update
    Biology Graduates Attending Graduate School
    We have information concerning graduate school for 47% of the Biology Graduates
    Where did we get the information on graduate schools?
    Information from faculty Information from Alumni Development Information from both faculty and Al Dev Information from coaching staff Information from Career Services
    At least 53% of our graduates have gone to graduate school.

    20. This Is The Development Version Of The CAST Web Site. Please Go
    professional development institutes for Region IV staff and for collaborative agreementwith maine CITE, the maine Department of education, and the
    This is the development version of the CAST web site. Please go to the live site
    Universal Design for Learning Text version Site Tools: Search Navigator Tracker Guided Tours Interface Language Notepad Email Page Feedback Hit Statistics Close All About Tools Take Notes Provide Feedback Change Interface Get Language Help ... Comment on this page Navigator
    Universal Design for Learning
    Initiatives Professional Development Background Contracts Engaging the Text Forthcoming Books The National Center on Accessing the General Curriculum Strategic Reader ...
    Professional Development Contracts
    Project MEET: Massachusetts Empowering Educators with Technology
    Project MEET (Massachusetts Empowering Educators with Technology) is a Massachusetts initiative and one of 20 projects nationwide that has been funded through the federal Technology Innovation Challenge Grant for the next five years (1998 - 2003). Project MEET will leverage the state's current investment in technology so that technology reinvigorates the teaching staff, motivates students, and produces real improvements in teaching and student learning. Project MEET will provide a statewide collaborative of nationally recognized organizations to create a sustained focus on technology professional development in multiple districts across the state. To achieve these goals, Project MEET will create widespread understanding of the potential of technology in the classroom, and foster technology integration to revitalize classroom practice.

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