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1. Michigan Teacher Network--Collection Dev. Policy
Collection Policy for michigan education. michigan education K12 school personnel, including staff working in school social developed by other michigan education organizations.
http://mtn.merit.edu/about/collection.html
MTN Collection Development Policy
Overview
General Collection Development Principles
Collection Policy for Michigan Education
Collection Policy for Educator's Library
Collection Policy for Professional Development
Learn More About MTN
MTN's Collection
Who We Are
Other Information
Information for MTN Librarians
Michigan Teacher Network Collection Development Policy
Overview Audience:
Resources are chosen to serve the needs of Michigan K-12 educators as defined above. However, as Michigan Teacher Network is freely available on the World Wide Web, the general public is welcome to access and use the site.

2. Econ. Dev - Education And Job Training
staff DEWITT J. HENRY. of five operating divisions Business Development; CommunityDevelopment; education Job Ecorse, which became the first michigan city to
http://www.waynecounty.com/jed/staff/dewey_bio.htm
Wayne County Staff STAFF
DEWITT J. HENRY
During Dewey's tenure, Wayne County's economy has undergone a complete transformation. Once known as the poster child of the Rust Belt, Wayne County was faced with unemployment rates exceeding 15 percent as well as tremendous blight and disinvestment. Today, Wayne County has completely reinvented itself, and its economy is booming. In 1998, the County was second in the nation in new industrial and commercial development , attracting more than $3.7 billion worth of investment. By August 1999, the County had set a record for its lowest unemployment rate ever - 3.2 percent. Among the nation's 15 largest counties, only Orange County and Maricopa County had lower unemployment rates. The Department has also been very entrepreneurial, having successfully marketed 2,000 acres of surplus County-owned property. These property sales have created high quality mixed-use development and have added millions to the tax base. The revenue from property sales has enabled the County to create the 21st Century Fund to support economic development in distressed areas. The Fund is helping the Detroit-Wayne County Stadium Authority develop new side-by-side stadiums for the Detroit Tigers and the Detroit Lions. The Department's latest initiative is The Pinnacle Aeropark of Wayne County, an 1,800-acre, mixed-use development adjacent to Wayne County's Detroit Metro Airport. The Pinnacle will revolutionize Airport-area development and serve as an image-booster for Detroit and Wayne County. It will also help Metro Airport contribute more benefits to the neighboring communities that have been impacted by noise and traffic.

3. Michigan Teacher Network--Collection Dev. Policy
Various staff from Merit's Center to Support Technology in education have contributedideas, expertise, and energy to the michigan Teacher Network project.
http://mtn.merit.edu/about/mtnstaff.html
MTN Collection Development Policy
This Page:
See Also:
Michigan Teacher Network Project Staff
Betty Van Dam, CSTE Manager
Betty Van Dam leads all projects of the Center to Support Technology in Education at Merit Network, Inc. Betty was part of Project Connect, a pilot project which connected the first K-12 schools in Michigan to the Internet. She has since led a number of successful statewide grant and teacher training projects. Prior to joining Merit, Betty was a teacher-consultant for the Ypsilanti Public Schools. Marcia Mardis, Project Director
Marcia A. Mardis
, MILS, is the Project Director for Michigan Teacher Network. Marcia's primary roles are to liaise with organizations interested in working with MTN as well as to keep a keen eye on MTN's future paths. As a librarian and a former K-12 media specialist, Marcia also engages with MTN staff on a number of collections and technical issues. Through her work as co-PI on the National Science Foundation's TeacherLIB projects, Marcia ensures that MTN's K-12 community will be strongly reflected in the upcoming National SMETE Digital Library. Mary Toller, Editor/Project Coordinator

4. Staff Development Resources
michigan Teacher Network Project staff in education at staff from Merit's Center to Support Technology in education have contributed ideas, expertise, and energy to the michigan
http://www.teachermentors.com/RSOD%20Site/StaffDev/StaffDevLinks.html
LINKS TO RESOURCES
FOR STAFF DEVELOPMENT
INDEX:
Organizations Supporting Staff Development
Written Materials on Staff Development
Video Tapes on Staff Development
Audio Tapes on Staff Development ...
Return to RSOD Home Page
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.

5. Staff Development Resources
In michigan these are called Intermediate School Districts. The International Centerfor Leadership in education. their own strengths using the NSDC staff dev.
http://www.teachermentors.com/RSOD Site/StaffDev/StaffDevLinks.html
LINKS TO RESOURCES
FOR STAFF DEVELOPMENT
INDEX:
Organizations Supporting Staff Development
Written Materials on Staff Development
Video Tapes on Staff Development
Audio Tapes on Staff Development ...
Return to RSOD Home Page
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.

6. Vfeb98-Prof Dev
What can staff development do to instill those qualities? Contact the MEA VoiceEditorial Office Copyright 19972000 michigan education Association.
http://www.mea.org/Design.cfm?p=867

7. MICHIGAN DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
michigan DEPARTMENT OF education OFFICE OF SCHOOL EXCELLENCE EARLY CHILDHOOD AND PARENTING PROGRAMS michigan SCHOOL READINESS PROGRAM PROFESSIONAL TRAINING PROGRAM OPTIONS FOR PARAPROFESSIONALS IN THE michigan SCHOOL READINESS PROGRAM training requirements for staff members for the michigan School 3. Social Emotional dev. Positive ways to support
http://www.michigan.gov/documents/Parapro_Packet_32756_7.PDF

8. Synergy Medical - Research & Educational Programs - Publications
The effectiveness of oneon-one nurse education on the outcome Field NeurosciencesInstitute, michigan State University J Nurs staff dev 1997 Jan-Feb;13(1)37-43
http://www.schi.org/research/publications.html
  • Mukaida FY, Fettinger SG. Web-based electronic obstetric record using open-source software. Obstet Gynecol 2000 Apr 1;95(4 Suppl 1):S81. (Synergy Medical Saginaw, MI, USA.) Cannon L, Senior D, Feit F, Attubato MJ, Rosenberg J, O'Donnell MJ, Hirst J, Gibson M. Directional coronary atherectomy in intermediate sized vessels; final results of the intermediate vessel atherectomy trial. Catheter Cardiovasc Interv 2000 Apr;49(4):396-400. (Michigan CardioVascular Institute, St. Mary's Hospital, Saginaw, MI) Maheshwari A, Laird-Fick HS, Cannon LA, DeHart DJ. Acute MI. Age related presentations and treatment options. Geriatrics 2000 Feb;55(2):32-4, 37-40. (Dept. of Internal Medicine, Synergy Medical, MI.) Hadden L. The community as co-producer of health. Health Forum J 2000 Jan-Feb;43(1):44, 49-50. (Center for Health Professions, Saginaw, MI.,USA.) Zuber TJ, Jackson E.

9. Teacher Education | Faculty And Staff Directory
19741975 Univ. of Pittsburgh at Gbg.- Director, Admin. Faculty, dev. 1971-1974 1975MA. Elementary education michigan State University. 1972 BA.
http://www.mscd.edu/~ted/contact/faculty_staff.shtml
Peggy L. Anderson, Professor
Program Coordinator Special Education
andersop@mscd.edu

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
Program Coordinator Secondary Education
baileyn@mscd.edu
back to the top Academic Degrees: 1981 Ed.D. Reading Education University of Colorado, Boulder 1974 M.Ed Reading Education California State University 1971 B.A.

10. Trelease Lectures, States I-M
michigan. of education Research (1800-735-3503 register) all day teacher seminarsKansas City, MO Wednesday 30, 2002 Ferguson-Florissant Schools staff dev.
http://www.trelease-on-reading.com/calendar_states_i_m.html
Dates by State
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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.
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Tuesday, Apr. 2, 2002
Indian Trails Pub. Lib.
6 pm Wheeling, IL July 9 and 10, 2002 (www.ber.org) 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., (www.ber.org) Registration: 1-800-735-3503 all-day teacher workshops (fee) Monday¬óChicago (south) Tuesday¬óChicago (north) Tuesday, Apr. 15, 2003

11. Benefits
michigan education Savings Plan (MESP). Beechstreet HealthCare Provider Directory.News and Events EAP Helpnet HR Library Search HR staff staff dev Workshops HR
http://home.kvcc.edu/hrmain/Benefits/benefitsmain.htm
Benefits-At-A-Glance (Faculty) Benefits-At-A-Glance (Staff) HealthCare Reimbursement Info. Dependent Care Reimbursement Info. ... Contact Us
Kalamazoo Valley Community College, 6767 West "O" Ave, PO Box 4070, Kalamazoo MI 49003-4070
last updated 04/09/2003

12. NYS Education K-12 School Board Research
staff dev. Center at Cornell University Massachusetts Department of education MathArchives michigan Department of education MidLink Magazine
http://www.adirondackoutpost.com/outpost/edu.htm
" Education is not the filling of a pail, but the lighting of a fire." W. B. Yeats
E d u c a t i o n January 24, 2000
American History Archive Project
History Active Educational Software Museums in the USA Library Art Groups ... BC Harris Publishing - Free Alumni Services
K-12 NYS Education Dept. NYS School Board Assoc. ERIC NYS Regents ... NYSED Docs NYSCATE NetTech EdWeek List EdTech Teams ... School Attorneys Special Ed. VESID IDEA Attention Deficit Disorder CSE Grants ... Medication Article More Links Access Excellence Network
American Educational Research Association

American Evaluation Association

AskERIC Virtual Library
...
Why Files: Science Behind the News
" Education's purpose is to replace an empty mind with an open one." Malcolm S. Forbes
"If you think education is expensive, Try Ignorance!" Andy McIntyre
Suggestions? Comments?
School Board

Adirondack Outpost

13. KPBSD Palm Page
Room. 2/20/02, 830 330, Introduction to the Palm, staff dev. Room. Highly InteractiveComputing in education group, University of michigan The folks
http://www.kpbsd.k12.ak.us/tech/palm/
We will be offering Palm workshops for teachers and administrators at various times throughout the year. Here are the currently scheduled training times: Date Time Class Place Introduction to the Palm Staff Dev. Room Introduction to the Palm Staff Dev. Room Introduction to the Palm ASTE Conf. Anchorage Palm Power: Handheld Computers Pro II ASTE Conf. Anchorage Learning in the PALM of your Hand ASTE Conf. Anchorage Intermediate Palm Training for Administrators
ASTE Conf. Anchorage Palm Resources on the Web There are some GREAT sites dedicated to using Palms in education. Here are some of our favorite: Highly Interactive Computing in Education group, University of Michigan
The folks from Hi-CE (Center for Highly Interactive Computing in Education at the University of Michigan) have developed a collection of palm applications for the classroom along with instructions for each. The Educator's Palm
This site will help all people in learning organizations to use and get the most from their handheld device.

14. Congregation Temple Israel - Leadership - Professional Staff
Rabbi Bigman also served as Director of education and Youth she served at Temple KolAmi of West Bloomfield, michigan. work for three years on the staff of the
http://www.ti-stl.org/dev/site/Leadership/001_Professional_Staff.cfm
Welcome to Our House Leadership What's New House of Prayer ... Leadership Development
Professional Staff
Congregation Temple Israel is blessed with a wonderful clerical and lay staff. Together, they put into action programs and services which further Jewish learning and identity among our members and the community at large.
Rabbi Mark L. Shook

Rabbi Amy B. Bigman

Rabbi Alvan D. Rubin

Cantor-Designate Linda Blumenthal
...
Betsy Freed Sleeper, Edison Retreat Center director

Rabbis
  • Rabbi Mark L. Shook has been Senior Rabbi since 1987. A graduate of the University of Michigan (BA - Anthropology/Near Eastern Studies), he was ordained from the Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion (HUC-JIR) in 1972. As Assistant and later Associate Rabbi of Congregation Temple Israel from 1972 until 1980, he was instrumental in organizing our beautiful Edison Retreat Center, located in Troy, Missouri. Rabbi Shook was awarded the Doctor of Divinity degree from HUC-JIR. He serves on the Board of Interfaith Partnership of Metropolitan St. Louis, is co-chair of Faith Beyond Walls, an interfaith program of community service, and is chairman of the Board of Ranken-Jordan, a children's convalescent hospital. He also serves as a Police Chaplain for the City of Creve Coeur and for St. Louis County, and as Adjunct Professor of Philosophy at St. Louis University, under an endowed lectureship of the Jewish Chautauqua Society.

15. Sust Dev't Briefing Biographies - Biweekly Updates From NCSE
Environmental education; and the Environmental education Coalition. Notes Editor forthe michigan Journal of University from 197879; staff Attorney, American
http://www.ncseonline.org/Updates/page.cfm?FID=2237

16. MN 594 Topics In Ministry:
Leadership is an Art. michigan State University Press. Supervision for staff Development. Growingin the Life of Faith education and Christian Practices.
http://interests.nnu.edu/mministry/MN594/MN 594 Congregational Dev Maddix.htm
MN 594 Topics in Ministry:
Congregational Dev./Ministries
Mark Maddix, PhD
Course Description: A study of the nature of the church community and the role of education in the development of congregational life. Particular attention is given to the overall educational ministries of congregations and congregations as learning organizations. Course Objectives: To gain an understanding of educating for spiritual growth and development in congregations. To recognize the broader scope of education as congregational life and development. To develop a holistic approach to education. To explore various avenues of educational ministry in the local church. To develop tools to evaluate and assess current educational ministries in the local church. To develop a comprehensive approach to congregational ministries in the local church. To plan, organize, assess, and evaluate educational ministries in the local church. Class Learning Ecology: This class will be conducted in a seminar format, with short lectures. Class members are expected to contribute to the learning environment (ecology) by active participation.

17. Grade-it Course Evaluations: EDUCATION & PROFESSION
Put your name on Gradeit.com! Western michigan University. education PROFESSION. ED 502, CURRICULUM WORKSHOP, 0. ED 648, DESIGN staff dev,0.
http://www.grade-it.com/listcourses.asp?d=3519&sort=name

18. Www.uua.org Mailing Lists - Admin Links
Myruuyac, Officers and Reps on the michigan YAC. staff of Pacific SouthwestDistrict List. Reachl, Discussion and sharing of UU Religious education.
http://www.uua.org/mailman/admin
www.uua.org mailing lists - Admin Links
Welcome! Below is the collection of publicly-advertised Mailman mailing lists on www.uua.org. Click on a list name to visit the configuration pages for that list.To visit the administrators configuration page for an unadvertised list, open a URL similar to this one, but with a '/' and the list name appended. If you have the proper authority, you can also create a new mailing list General list information can be found at the mailing list overview page (Send questions and comments to mailman@uua.org List Description Discussion and exchange of ideas for members of large UU congregations AccessibilitiesCommittee for Accessibilities committee communication only Adult-RE Discussion on UU adult religious education program Advisor-L Discussion Resource for YRUU Group Advisors Advocacy-news CyberNewsletter of the UUA Washington Office Antiracist-UU Antiracist UU activities - resources - ideas Aspire Discussion list for the Unitarian Universalist Ministerial Students and Candidates Network BCD-Board Churches and Officers of the Ballou Channing District BCdist-L Churches and Officers of the Ballou Channing District Beacon-l Beacon Press Announcements and discussion of books/authors BGILT-News Bi/Gay/Intersex/Lesbian/Trans/Etc News Postings Canuue Forum for Canadian UU Religious Educators CBCO-L Congregational Based Community Organizing Cbd-l Clara Barton District Electronic Mailing List Cbd-uuma Closed list for Clara Barton District Ministers Church-admin-uu Closed list for UU church administrators

19. T.H.E. Journal Back Issues December 1996
Voice, Video, Data, and education Planning a Building's Technology Analysis Package.Security Program Lets michigan Teacher Tame Young Quick Picks. staffdev.
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    Presenter Jim Walker, Postponed, All Teachers, The State of michigan is in new information,traings will be developed to bring allspecial education staff up to
    http://www.tisd.k12.mi.us/Main Office/Professional Dev 1.htm
    Professional Development

    Classes Offered SPRING 2002
    To register for any of the classes listed below call Judy Maddox at 989-673-2144 ext. 417. Workshop Title
    Presenter
    Location Audience Description No Child Left Behind
    What does it mean for Paraprofessionals, Instructional Assistants, and Aides?
    Presenter:
    Ellen Bluem, BAISD
    Paul Moore and Ellen Waxman, Delta College
    Quentin Levitte, TISD
    May 20 4:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. Tuscola Tech Ctr 1401 Cleaver Rd. Caro Elementary, Middle, and High School Paraprofessionals, Instructional Asst., and Aides This informational session will answer questions regarding the newest legislation and requirements for the certification of paraprofessionals, instructional assistants, and aides. Call for details. Students with Disabilities - What Educators Need to Know - Presenters: Bob DeBoer Call Bob DeBoer or Scott Richards to schedule a half-day session in your local district. All Teachers This in-service is provided to all LEAs tailored to their needs and times, and at their school. Issues regarding Sec 504, ADA and MEAP accommodations are just a few of the topics that could be covered and tailored specifically to your building or district.

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