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1. Pennsylvania Southeast Conference + United Church Of Christ
education. Directions / Map. FindA-Church. Ministers Pastors. Ministry Council. Ministry Teams. Mission Teams. OCWM. Professional dev the staff of pennsylvania Southeast

2. Staff Dev
School, pennsylvania. Park View Middle School, Yucaipa, California. The Fall 2000 Edition of the NorthWest education Health, Physical education, Recreation and Dance).
Take a look at these school websites to see what other PE
teachers are doing.
Mott Road Elementary School, New York

Laurel Point Elementary School, Pennsylvania

Park View Middle School, Yucaipa, California

The Fall 2000 Edition of the NorthWest Education Magazine
New Moves, PE Reinvents Itself

**More articles will be added to this list.
Join the NASPE List serve and correspond with other PE teachers
about any topic or question you have. You can contribute or just read
what others think and do. Check what is new at CAHPERD (California Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance). This site contains more links of interest. Last Modified December 13, 2000 for the San Juan Unified School District. Questions, comments or problems:

3. Staff Development Contacts
Florida Department of education Approved Master Inservice Plan Holders Dir., staff dev. Holmes. 701 E. pennsylvania Ave. Bonifay, FL 32425

4. Distance Learning
DOROTHY, MARCH, MATHEMATICS, PDE, pennsylvania, PROFESSIONALdevELOPMENT educationAND COMPUTERS SCIENCE-education From 12 staff dev.Telec.3/20 26-FEB-1996 8
distance learning
telnet to under the title of distance learning selection following documents were recieved DISTANCE-LEARNING 34 documents found (L) List Titles (R) Reduce Selection (S) Search Again (?) Help (E) Expand Selection (D) Display Options (@) Exit Enter choice: 42 From: David Bailey Subject: Re: Student Question? The Student asked: >> If one has a half-ton pickup, and a box containing one ton of >> birds was placed in the bed of the truck, the load would be too heavy >> for the truck to move. But what would happen if the box was beaten >> with a stick, causing at least half of the birds to start to fly inside >> the box, since the pickup can haul one half of a ton. Would the truck >> be able too move? Would the same result occur if the situation was >> identical, but took place in an airplane? >> >I presume the airplane is totally enclosed so whatever lift the birds get is >at the expense of downward air pressure, so the weight is the same. But if >the truckload of birds is open to the outside some proportion (not 100% surely) >of that downward force of air will be against the ground rather than the truck, >so I'd say more than half of the birds would have to fly. > >- Press for more

5. Indiana University Of Pennsylvania - Management
Faculty and staff Maali H. Ashamalla 308F ECOB IT, IUP Indiana PA 15705, office 724 - 357-7562 fax 724 - 3575743. education dev.

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Indiana PA - 15705

office: 724 - 357-7562 fax: 724 - 3575743 Education Professional Services Teaching Experience Professional Affiliations ... Personal Office Hours Spring 2001 Monday Wednesday Friday 10:00am - 12:00 noon 10:00am - 12:00 noon 1:00pm - 3:30 pm Tuesday Thursday Education: Ph.D. Business Admin.- Management (1987) Management, 1986. M.B.A. Baruch College, CUNY, New York. Organizational Behavior (1980) M.B.A. Ain Shams University, Faculty of Commerce, Cairo. HR Management B.Com Ain Shams University, Faculty of Commerce, Cairo. back to top Teaching Experience: Professor Dept. of Management IUP, Indiana, PA (8/92 - Present) Asst. Professor Dept. of Management Montclair State College,NJ (87-92) Asst. Professor

6. FCASD : School Board Notes : October 1995 School Board Notes
of the Year by the pennsylvania Art education Association following high school studentsattended the pennsylvania Governor's Schools Lunch Service staff dev.
FCASD District Information School Board Notes 1995-1996 School Board Notes
October 9, 1995
On October 9, 1995, the Board of School Directors of the Fox Chapel Area School District held its regular monthly meeting. President Nancy Jane Edelman called the meeting to order at approximately 7 p.m. Also in attendance were Vice President William L. Pardini, III; William P. Bresnahan, J.D.; Charles E. Davidson, J.D.; George F. Dieffenbach, Ed.D.; Frank C. Gennaccaro; Verne C. Koch; Joseph L. Montemurro; and Garry A. Nelson, J.D.
Approved the minutes dated September 11, 1995. GUESTS (10/2)
The Board presented High school art teacher Russell Kight with a plaque for being named the 1995 Outstanding Secondary Art Educator of the Year by the Pennsylvania Art Education Association. Mr. Kight, who has been teaching in the district for 32 1/2 years, was nominated for the award by two of his colleagues, Patricia Norkus and Ron Frank.
The following high school students attended the Pennsylvania Governor's Schools of Excellence and received Certificates of Merit from the Board: Lauren Siegel Health Care;

7. FCASD : School Board Notes : September 1999 School Board Notes
Plancon Approvals – The following Plancon approvals from the pennsylvania Dept.of education for the indicated projects were entered into the staff dev.
FCASD District Information School Board Notes 1999-2000 School Board Notes
September 13, 1999 ROLL CALL PUBLIC COMMENTS Information
Additionally, Fox Chapel Borough Mayor Harry W. McLaughlin, Jr. presented a proclamation at the in-service on behalf of local municipal officials and all the residents of the six communities which comprise the Fox Chapel Area School District. The proclamation addressed the fact that a strong school system is essential to the continued viability of a municipality and produces committed and responsible citizens. The proclamation commended the Board of School Directors, the administration, and the staffs of all six schools in the district "for their commitment to excellence on behalf of their students and the entire community." The proclamation was signed by Ben F. Killian, mayor of the Borough of Aspinwall; Thomas M. Smith, mayor of the Borough of Blawnox; McLaughlin; Jeffrey D. Peck, mayor of the Township of Indiana; Denis J. Meinert, president of the O’Hara Township Council; and Donald C. Schubert, Jr., mayor of the Borough of Sharpsburg. The district also received a letter from U.S. Secretary of Education Richard W. Riley which was shared at the August 25 opening in-service. The letter commended the district for its Blue Ribbon designations at all six schools. In the letter Riley stated, among other things, "The remarkable success of your schools proves that with a supportive community behind them, our schools can provide every child an excellent education.....Blue Ribbon Schools across the country serve their communities by preparing young students to meet the challenges of the next century. Blue Ribbon Schools and the communities that support

8. K-16
Want to Be? Youngsters from pennsylvania's northern tier ROM production and distributedto education agencies and by students and educational staff may also Dev..htm
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Workforce Development
North Central Pennsylvania Regional K-16 Council K-16 Home Page Council
Council Directory ... New Initiatives Mission Statement

The mission of the K-16 Workforce Development Group is to facilitate communication between local employers and area students and educational staff.
To increase the awareness of students and educational staff about career development as it relates to the needs of area businesses and employment opportunities.
Work Group Members Chair: Mr. Kevin Green
Dr. Mike Lane
Dr. Anne Pautz
Mr. Ferlin Patrick Mr. Bob Blair

9. Local Features
Oz (collected at UWA); C'wealth staff dev Fund; Anderson); Leeds CBL group; TAME papers(Math education). Research Centre; University of pennsylvania, Institute for
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On-line teaching environments, etc

10. Vsept99-Prof Dev
and Ethnic Studies (CHANGES), University of pennsylvania, will lead every studentreceives a quality education and that results when all school staff share in

11. Aboutus
adequate and affordable housing, and education issues facilities in Newnan, Georgia;Hazleton, pennsylvania; Toronto, Ontario of a new year, the staff and Board

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Enterprise Zone
Board of Directors and Staff
Development Corp.
Pictured l to r: Steve Blalock, President; Paul Jensen, Vice-President; Jene Crook, Sec/Treas.; Tom Blumhorst, Member; John Muller, Member; Gene Griffith, Member; and Bill Riggins, Member.
The Board of Directors of Marshall-Saline Development Corporation is composed of 7 members. Five represent those entities who support MSDC in the amount of $10,000 or more, per year. The remaining two are called "At-Large" members. They are elected by the other 5 Board Members. The Board hold its reorganization meeting in January of each year. Officers for the year are also elected at that time. The 2003 Board is:
  • Steve Blalock, President Paul Jensen, Vice-President Jene Crook, Secretary/Treasurer Tom Blumhorst, Member John Muller, Member Bill Riggins, Member Gene Griffith, Member
  • The MSDC office is staffed by Roy Hunter, Executive Director; and

    12. Bookmarks For John Johnston
    dev. Human Resource Documents Group meal support form staff Vacancies eBRC Page pennsylvaniaLinkto-Learn Creating the pennsylvania education Network The

    13. Alumni Relations Staff All staff email accounts are housed on Linda CaiazzoSweeten Alumni House Building Manager/pennsylvania Gazette Administrative
    @import url(/w3cmenu.css); Home Alumni Relations Staff
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    Office of Alumni Relations Staff Alumni Relations Staff Phone: (215) 898-7811
    All staff numbers are in the 215 area code unless otherwise noted.
    Fax: (215) 898-5383
    All staff e-mail accounts are housed on Bob Alig Assistant Vice President of Alumni Relations Phone: 215-898-7811 Julianne Brennan Assistant Director Classes and Reunions, Old Guard, Alumni Relations Phone: 215-898-9435 VACANT Alumni Relations Linda Caiazzo Sweeten Alumni House Building Manager/ Pennsylvania Gazette Administrative Assistant, Alumni Relations Phone: 215-898-6811 Kira Campo Alumni Relations Phone: 215-898-6421 Karen Chance Alumni Relations Phone: 212-403-6500 Kristina Clark Associate Director, Operations, Alumni Relations Phone: 215-898-9326 Michael Cronin Assistant Director, Global Alumni Network

    14. PENN: Red + Blue Online Newsletter
    Officer of the Hospital of the University of pennsylvania. missionclinical care,medical education, and research when charitable College House staff donate the
    @import url(../%22/w3cmenu.css%22); Home Red + Blue Online Newsletter Aug 2002, Vol. 1, No. 4
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    August 2002, Vol. 1, No. 4 Please feel free to encourage fellow Penn alumni to subscribe unsubscribe or change your e-mail address Campus Insider top 9.11.02: REMEMBRANCE, REFLECTION, COMMUNITY
    The Penn community is putting together a special day of activities for students, faculty, staff and alumni on September 11. Everyone in the Penn family is invited to campus for the day to volunteer or participate in a number of different activities. Highlights include an academic panel, performing groups, a blood drive, a community sculpture project, a memorial room, an organ concert, and a vigil to end the day.

    Three Penn scholars have been elected to the nation's most prestigious academies. Robert Boruch, Trustee Professor of Education and professor of statistics, has been named a fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. Penn scientists Tom Lubensky and Alan MacDiarmid have been elected members of the National Academy of Sciences.
    Penn is gearing up to host as many as 30 undergraduates from the National University of Singapore (NUS) this coming year. Called the "NUS College in Philadelphia," the new initiative will enroll students in the School of Engineering and Applied Science and offer internship opportunities at companies in the Philadelphia area.

    15. The Project Put Forth By The Pennsylvania Consortium
    of elementary and secondary education in the states, the the Department of Defense education Activity (DoDEA), and five of sources. State education staff reported on policies
    SECTION I. PROGRAM DESCRIPTION The Pennsylvania (PA) Consortium, three Pennsylvania institutions of higher education, University of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania State University, and Lincoln University, formed a collaborative partnership to establish academic linkages with the University of the North in the Northern Province of South Africa. The main goal of the academic linkage program is to strengthen the institutional capacity of the University of the North to deliver quality service, improve teaching and learning and to conduct appropriate research to improve the quality of life in the Northern Province and South Africa. Combining their energies so that a broad span of complementary programs and faculties are available to the University of the North will allow all four institutions to:
  • Serve the citizens of our respective regions by providing an education that will provide opportunities for students to become more productive members in society. Exchange and transfer content and process information about educational improvement across continents and cultures. Tap into the depth and breadth of knowledge and experience through the expertise of individuals unique partnership can provide for this specific linkage project and for future academic collaboration.
  • 16. Helpful Information For New And Returning Students
    version. How do I ? Click to watch the video. staff dev.swf. resources.YORK COLLEGE OF pennsylvaniaOnline Textbook . Faculty Resources.

    Instructional Technology Center
    Distance Education Electronic Resources Off-Campus Sites ... Windows XP Class Helpful Information for new and returning students
    Mapping Your Future
    Financial Aid

    Information about applying to PTC

    The following links contain graphics. If you are connecting from home, use the link 28.8 for a text only version.
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    Click to watch the video staff dev.swf login to the network as a Student. login to the network as a Staff member. access my GroupWise Email account and password? ... download the software to access my network files from my home computer? This link provides information for downloading the ipswitch FTP application. download my files onto my home computer? This link shows what ipswitch will look like on your desktop. It also includes the information that you will initially need to enter to begin the transferring process.
    Research Quick Start -A software database tool developed by the Uof M to generate selective, appropriate, and annotated library /internet resources.

    17. OIP Staff - University Of Pennsylvania
    Main Reception, 215898-4661. Director, Shalini dev Bhutani. Senior Advisor,James S. Fine. Part-Time staff. Business Services Assistant, Martha Hanson.
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    Undergraduate Study Abroad OIP Administration
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    Main Reception Fax Executive Director, International Programs Joyce M. Randolph Administrative Coordinator Elva E. Power Business Administrator Sharon X. Liu Office Administration Assistant Ping S. Loveland IT Consultant Donald F. Fry, Jr.
    Main Reception Director Shalini Dev Bhutani Senior Advisor James S. Fine Advisors Renee D. Boroughs Lisa Felix Sheila A. Kelly Gaarder Kuntal S. Warwick International Student Specialist Veronika Simon International Scholar Specialist Shyrmaine Sin SEVIS Coordinator/Immigration Specialist Alan Johnson Receptionist/Resources Coordinator Traci Martin
    Undergraduate Study Abroad
    Main Reception Director Geoffrey E. Gee Sr. Overseas Program Manager Patricia C. Martin Overseas Program Managers Donna Butler Marcia Henisz Inge Herman Admissions Coordinator January Stayton Resources Coordinator Emily Sheesley
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    Business Services Assistant Martha Hanson Webmaster Jorey Bump ISSS Assistant Elizabeth Trocki Top E-mail Site Map Search OIP ... Penn
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    18. Indiana University Of Pennsylvania - Technology Support And Training Department
    BEDU 642 Training develop in Bus/Workforce dev *_ Advisor Approved Elective(3crs pennsylvania Business education Certification BEDU 693

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    M.Ed. in Business/Workforce Development
    Business Specialization Track
    The Business Specialization is of interest to individuals desiring to enhance their knowledge of pedagogy, study current business issues and trends, and expand the use of technology in the learning environment. Individuals with valid business teaching certificates may pursue additional certification areas. In addition, an opportunity is available for an individual to complete the requirements for initial Pennsylvania teaching certification in business education (this would include additional coursework beyond the 30 credits for the M.Ed.)
    Humanisitic Studies (3sh) –Choose one of following
    FDED 514 Comparative Foundations of Ed
    FDED 611 Historical Foundations of Ed
    FDED 612 Philosophical Foundations of Ed
    FDED 613 Social Foundations of Ed
    Behavioral Studies (3sh) – Choose one of following
    COUN 639 Group Procedures EDSP 573 Psychology of Adolescent Education EDSP 576 Behavior Problems EDSP 578 Learning EDSP 604 Advanced Educational Psychology EDEX 650 Exceptional Children and Youth Elements of Research (3 sh) GSR 615 Elements of Research Business/Workforce Core (9 sh) BEDU 656 Applied Research in Bus/Workforce Dev BEDU 670 Administrative Communications Other related courses may be allowed with consent of graduate coordinator.

    19. Teacher Education | Faculty & Staff Information
    19931995. Eastern Michigan University-Special Assistant to the Dean of education.1992 1985-88 pennsylvania State University-staff Associate. 1981-1984.
    Lisa Altmueller, Professor
    Special Education
    Academic Degrees: 2001 Ed.D. Special Education, University of Northern Colorado, Greeley, Co 1995 M.A. Special Education, Appalachian State University, Boone, NC 1993 B.A. Elementary Education, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC Professional Experience: 2002-present Metropolitan State College of Denver - Assistant Professor Weld County RE3-J School District - Special Education Teacher Chatham County Schools - Special Education Teacher Burke County Schools - Special Education Teacher Peggy L. Anderson, Professor
    Program Coordinator Special Education

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    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

    20. Teacher Education | Faculty And Staff Directory
    Elem. Ed. Ohio University. 1961 BS. Elementary education California University ofPennsylvania. Professional Experience Faculty, dev. 19711974
    Peggy L. Anderson, Professor
    Program Coordinator Special Education

    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
    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.

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