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41. NCTAF - Links
of Teacher education (NCATE) National staff development Council (NSDC Missouri LeadershipAcademy vermont Department of education District Resource
General Links
National Associations and Councils

American Association of State Colleges and Universities
American Association of Colleges of Teacher Education
American Association of School Administrators
American Council on Education
American Federation of Teachers
International Reading Association
Interstate New Teachers
Assessment and Support Consortium (INTASC)
National Alliance of Black School Educators
National Conference of State Legislatures
(NCSL) National Alliance of Business National Association of Elementary School Principals (NAESP) National Association of Secondary School Principals (NASSP) National Association of State Directors of Teacher Education and Certification (NASDTEC) National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE) National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE) National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) National Education Association (NEA) National Council for the Social Studies (NCSS) National Middle Schools Association (NMSA)

42. Vermont Department Of Personnel - Training & Development
has also held various faculty and staff positions at School, for the Community Collegeof vermont, and the of Wisconsin and an MA in education and Counseling
Quick Links Benefit Plans Child/Elder Care Collect. Bargaining Agreements Cyprian Learning Ctr Catalog Employee Assistance Program Job Specifications Pay Chart State HR Staff Tuition Reimbursement
VPM instructor bios
Brown, Deb (Program Evaluation) - Deb Brown works as an independent organization development consultant to groups and organizations in the public sector particularly in the areas of knowledge-based planning and processes for authentic evaluation. She is Associate Faculty at Antioch New England Graduate School in Keene, N.H. and has served in leadership positions in human services and educational organizations for over twenty years. Deb holds a B.S. in Elementary Education from Simmons College, a M.S. in Organization and Management from Antioch New England Graduate School and an MA in Organization Development from The Fielding Graduate Institute. She is currently a Doctoral candidate at the Fielding Institute in Santa Barbara, California. Cherington, Gretchen (Consultation Skills) - Gretchen Cherington, founder of GC CONSULTING, along with business partner Steve Jonas, has been consulting on organizational development for fifteen years. GC CONSULTING has worked with nearly one hundred fifty corporate, public, and not-for-profit organizations throughout the United States, Europe and Asia. GC CONSULTING has held long term contracts with a dozen state agencies in Vermont, New Hampshire, Massachusetts and Connecticut, and has worked with several federal agencies as well. Gretchen has been associated with Columbia University and RPI as an adjunct instructor in the Executive MBA and Executive Development Programs. As a volunteer leader, Gretchen has won awards for her service from the Governor of New Hampshire (County Citizen of the Year), the New Hampshire Hospital Association (Trustee of the Year) and Alice Peck Day Health System (President's Award). She earned her BS and MBA from the University of New Hampshire.

43. Vermont Department Of Personnel - Training & Development
who focus on their staff's professional development Transfer; Continuing education.Career development Services at the, © 2003 vermont Department of
Quick Links Benefit Plans Child/Elder Care Collect. Bargaining Agreements Cyprian Learning Ctr Catalog Employee Assistance Program Job Specifications Pay Chart State HR Staff Tuition Reimbursement
Career Development The Career Development Program, coordinated by the Cyprian Learning Center, is a state-employee partnership to support organizational effectiveness and employee job satisfaction. Why Career Development is Important
One key to building successful organizations is ensuring a good match between an employee's work and his or her interests, skills and abilities. Supervisors who focus on their staff's professional development are likely to tap into their employees' highest potential. The Career Development Program helps State departments achieve organizational effectiveness by supporting career development for employees and promoting career coaching by supervisors. Through individual and confidential career advising sessions, we help employees identify their career goals and suggest ways to attain those goals. Through classes for supervisors we provide information regarding how to keep employees motivated and improve morale.

High quality staff development, however, can help your More education integrationA further collection of Burlington, VT University of vermont, Center for
Using Staff Development to Create Inclusive Schools
by Lynn Malarz
Journal of Staff Development , Summer 1996 (Vol. 17, No. 3) To create inclusive schools, all staff members will have to change the way they view the world of education, including changing paradigms of teaching and learning, teacher support, and staff development practices. "When you see the social aspects at this level, I can't imagine going back to self-contained classes." Janet Healey, Principal School districts are changing their views about educating children with disabilities. Instead of isolated classes, schools are moving toward more inclusive classes for all children. This movement toward "inclusive" classrooms has stirred much debate and polarization in special education. Some parents think that "inclusion is the best thing that has happened for my child"; others call it "an inadequate answer" to solving problems in education. Further, some educators, although sympathetic to many of the problems that disabled students face, are not embracing inclusion as the answer. To adequately address the issues surrounding the inclusive schools movement, let's consider the meaning of inclusion, features of successful inclusive schools, and the professional development that is required to create these schools.

45. Journal Of Staff Development, Winter 2003, Volume 24, Number 1
education went about establishing the vermont Common Core resulting document, theDepartment of education decided to As the program began, school staff kept an
Send This Article to a Friend Is this school a learning organization?
10 ways to tell
A school culture that invites deep and sustained professional learning will have a powerful impact on student achievement. By Ron Brandt Journal of Staff Development , Winter 2003 (Vol. 24, No. 1) Reprinted by permission from Powerful Learning Leaders of schools, like leaders of businesses and hospitals, want their organizations to be flexible and responsive, able to change in accord with changing circumstances. Individuals learn best when the content is meaningful to them and they have opportunities for social interaction and the environment supports the learning. That idea applies to organizations as well. To check whether a school is functioning as a learning organization, its staff members and others need to consider this list of characteristics not as a checklist but as elements of the whole. 1. Learning organizations have an incentive structure that encourages adaptive behavior. Just as individuals learn when they are motivated to learn, organizations learn when they have a reason. The incentives to learn may be material or psychological, but one form of incentive that everyone understands is money. Incentives exist at all levels of an organization. Financial incentives may be individual or organizational. Stephen Fink, assistant superintendent, wrote in 1992 that the Edmonds, Wash., school district had paid attention to incentives when it reorganized its categorical programs. "The Edmonds district was an organization engaged in 'learning' new behaviors. To do so, it needed a set of incentives consistent with the new direction," Fink wrote.

46. Para Los Niños: A Voice For The Future In South Central
s interaction with other children at our vermont Avenue Child development Center Whenthe evaluation was complete, LAUSD special education staff met with
Message from the president Meet the Leadership Team Senior Management Team Board of Directors ... Events
How You Can Help Online Giving Volunteering Planned Giving Financials ...
website credits A Voice For the Future in South Central One story of hope for a mother and child Sharon Alexander was struggling to raise her three children, the youngest of which is Davion, 4. A working mom, she desperately needed child care for Davion during the day. One year ago, Sharon enrolled him in our Vermont Avenue Child Development Center
845 East 6th Street
Los Angeles, CA 90021
213.623.8446 telephone
213.623.8716 fax

47. Education Technical Assistance Opportunities
five statesCalifornia, Georgia, Idaho, Ohio and vermont-the opportunity on policyreform and sustain a dialogue on staff development issues education Home Page.
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Current Technical Assistance Opportunities in the Education Program
The NCSL Education Program has assisted states on a variety of topics such as vouchers, teaching quality, higher education and school finance. From providing testimony to hosting larger meetings, the Education Program has helped states move forward on education reform. If you are interested in state specific assistance from NCSL on any education topic, please call any of our policy analysts at NCSL. NCSL is currently working on several projects funded by outside foundations and the U.S. Department of Education. These grants allow NCSL to provide customized technical assistance on certain issues at no expense to your state. If you are considering policy in any of the following areas, please contact the appropriate NCSL staff person to discuss potential assistance opportunities. After-School Programs Through a grant from the Charles Stewart Mott Foundation, NCSL staff are available to work with state legislators, offering assistance to organize committee testimony or meeting presentations on after-school programs and discussing model programs and legislation in other states. On-site assistance may involve NCSL staff visiting states to inform and alert them to the key issues facing states as they implement new policies. More intensive assistance may involve NCSL staff and outside experts working closely with legislators to develop policies addressing after-school issues in their states. Please contact Karen Johnson at

48. Vermont College - Graduate Programs - Certificate Of Advanced Graduate Study
the region and travel to Brattleboro, vermont, twice annually and its applicationto leadership and staff development,; Gender studies in education,; Developing a

49. Zacharie Clements Staff Development - In Service - Keynotes
fullprofessor at the University of vermont for 13 had so many, many wonderful commentsfrom our staff. Director of Secondary education, Seattle, Washington.
Zacharie J. Clements, Ed.D
The Heart of Education
"What a fantastic presentation! I have had so many, many wonderful comments from our staff. We loved your humor, admired your candor and honesty, and felt your love and commitment to our profession." - Director of Secondary Education, Seattle, Washington
"Miracles Begin With you" "A Pause for Reflection, Joy and Inspiration" "God Don't Make No Junk!" "The A-B-P's of Education Leadership"
Click here to inquire about Zacharie J. Clements, Ed.D for your event
2211 Stratford Lane Colorado Springs, CO 80909
1-800-699-7880 (719) 380-9909 FAX (719) 380-0511 64 Concord Avenue, Norwood, MA 02062
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50. Vermont Pharmacy Jobs And Pharmacist Jobs Employment Vermont
education Must maintain continuing education credits as required by the stateof vermont and shall participate in hospital staff development programs as

CANDIDATES PHARMACYFAX FAQS ... CLICK HERE FOR RATES AND TO ADVERTISE YOUR OPEN PHARMACY POSITIONS GREAT VERMONT PHARMACY JOBS You have found the regional pharmacy jobs search and employment page for Vermont pharmacy positions and pharmacist jobs in Vermont. From Bennington to Brattleboro, Burlington, Colchester, Killington, Manchester, Andover, Middlebury and Stowe, you will find jobs in pharmacy throughout Vermont here! PHARMACY JOBS IN VERMONT STAFF PHARMACIST IN BEAUTIFUL VERMONT
Springfield .... Nestled at the foot of the beautiful, rolling Green Mountains of Vermont, the town of Springfield is located in the Southern region of this lovely state. This is an exciting opportunity for a career as a staff pharmacist at Springfield Hospital , a 69 bed, full-service, not-for-profit voluntary hospital serving 16 area communities in southeastern Vermont and southwestern New Hampshire. Staff Pharmacist Duties and Requirements:

The Staff Pharmacist shall provide those services which relate to the use of drugs and diagnostic materials. The Staff Pharmacist under the direction of the Director of Pharmacy, shall function independently and perform as a team player within the department as well as in the hospital.

51. Academic Technology Forum 2003 - Featured Exhibitors
vermont Institutes New Directions in eLearning Personalization standards of theNational staff development Council for innovation in higher education are drawn

Tech Forum Home
Exhibitors Presentations Schedule ... Email Us
Featured Exhibitors Apple offers special seminars, briefings, and conference events that are opportunities to learn more about technology in the classroom. Learn about Apple OS X , plus collaborate with fellow education professionals. Dell designs, builds and customizes products and services to satisfy a range of customer requirements. Dell offers consulting, application development, solutions integration and infrastructure systems to design, develop and implement end-to-end technology solutions.
Dell provides customers with technology; customized systems; service and support; and products and services. Hewlett-Packard will present a demonstration of the new Tablet PC . HP provides products, technologies, solutions and services to consumers and business. The company's offerings span IT infrastructure, personal computing and access devices, global services, and imaging and printing.

52. Fguide3
and vermontspecific forest resource education efforts Recreation Trails Fund andthe vermont Recreational Trails staff works with the Agency of development and
3. Department of Forests, Parks and Recreation
NOTE: all phone numbers listed are area code 802 8, 9, and 10 South
103 South Main Street
Waterbury, VT (see below for specific zip codes)
Fax: 244-1481
Please visit our Web Site

For individual staff phone numbers. consult the staff locator
The Department of Forests, Parks and Recreation manages state forests, parks, and natural areas, and provides educational, technical, and financial assistance in the areas of forestry, recreation, and conservation education. The Department is composed of three divisions: Administration, Forestry, and State Parks.
Administration Division
Commissioner's Office 241-3670
Zip code 05671-0605
Commissioner: Conrad M. Motyka Orgainzation Chart
Conservation Education Section 241-3651
Conservation Education develops information and education resources for the Department, including Project Learning Tree and Vermont-specific forest resource education efforts. Organization Chart
Lands Administration Section 241-3683
Staff is responsible for state land management planning, property administration, maintenance of boundaries, and land acquisition. This section also administers state and federal grants programs, coordinates outdoor recreation initiatives, and conducts recreation planning activities. Grant programs include the National Recreation Trails Fund and the Vermont Recreational Trails Fund. Information about the Land and Water Conservation Fund is available here.

53. Directories (Department Staff, Public Schools, Private/Independent Schools, Supe
of education staff Directory Names of department personnel, along with phone numbers,email links, and team names. SUPERINTENDENTS. vermont Supervisory Unions
Frequently "Asked For" Information: - No Child Left Behind Act (NCLBA) - Discrimination Complaints - VT Framework of Standards - Special Education Regulations - DOE Directories - Employment Opportunities What's NEW on the Web Site?
Department of Education General Phone Numbers

General phone numbers for teams in the Department of Education Department of Education Staff Directory (Updated 3/31/03)
Names of department personnel, along with phone numbers, e-mail links, and team names SUPERINTENDENTS
Vermont Supervisory Unions and School Districts Directory

A directory of supervisory unions by SU/SD number, including addresses, phone numbers, and superintendents' names. Includes options for downloading as a PDF* file or as an Excel document. Vermont Supervisory Unions and School Districts Map
View or download and print a map of Vermont's towns and supervisory unions/school districts. Supervisory Unions and School Districts Web Sites VERMONT SCHOOLS
Vermont Public Schools Directory

An alphabetical list of public schools, including addresses, phone numbers, grades served, and principals' names. Includes options for downloading the list (without principals' names) as a PDF* file or as an Excel document. (Note: Corrected *PDF and Excel files were uploaded 12/02/02.)

54. Education Technology Staff Development Program
of the education Technology staff development Program from the so that training in education technology can be integrated into all professional development. Funding of
California Dept. of Education Education Technology Home Search Contact Us ... ETSD 2001-02 Funding L-N
As a result of the elimination of the Education Technology Staff Development Program from the 2002-'03 State Budget, the program will not be offered in the 2002-'03 school year.
The purpose of this program is to provide ongoing funding so that training in education technology can be integrated into all professional development. Funding of up to $20 per student will be provided to eligible schools. Click here for the Original AB 1339 legislation TSD 2001-02 Funding (L-N) Go to your Counties Page:
This year the ETSD program has listed the 2001-02 successful applicants in four different sections, (shown left) which can be accessed by clicking on the links going to those individual pages. (Please print this page for reference.) Select your County on this Page:
Los Angeles
Madera Marin Mariposa ... Nevada
District School Funding Enrollment Los Angeles County ABC Unified Carver (Charles J.) Elem.

55. Vermont-NEA Editorial 3/00
in all aspects of the public education system. Together with vermontNEA, we mustredefine Association advocacy to of daily school life; z more staff input and
Home Who We Are Opportunities for Educators Advice for Parents ... Support for Kids "Bargaining for Quality" By Angelo J. Dorta, Vermont-NEA President As described in last month's Vermont-NEA Today, Education Week's recent "Quality Counts 2000: Who Should Teach?" report discovered a "salary gap" that mirrored an analysis of Vermont teacher salaries commissioned by Vermont-NEA last summer and publicized at the start of this school year. "While the prosperity train raced across the nation in the latter half of the 1990s, teachers have been left at the station," concludes Education Week. "From 1994-1998, salaries for bachelor's degree holders outside of education have increased 17%, or $6,808, after adjusting for inflation. And the average salary for people with master's degrees in non-teaching fields increased 32% over inflation, or $17,505. The average inflation-adjusted salary for teachers with either degree increased less than one percent over the same period. "

56. Join Vermont-NEA
Our National education Association’s DuShane Fund provides legal and financialassistance to members who are The vermontNEA staff an executive
Home Who We Are Opportunities for Educators Advice for Parents ... Support for Kids
JOIN! to add your voice to the Association of Vermont educators: Vermont-NEA
School employees and the majority of Vermont teachers join Vermont-NEA every year for job security, legal protection, economic benefits, professional support, and to provide a voice for education and children. Vermont-NEA backed by the 10,000 educators who join each year represents educators' interests and stands up for educators in debates over such issues as support for new teachers, workplace quality, school safety, use of public school dollars for private and religious schools, competitive salaries for teachers and education support personnel, teacher evaluation, professional licensing, school finance... To JOIN,
contact your local Association President, or email
Vermont-NEA Business Manager Claude C. Janus

10 Wheelock Street
Montpelier, Vermont 05602
toll free: 1-800-649-6375
phone: 802-223-6375
fax: 802-223-1253

57. Course Development Center - Norwich University
Training, Operational and staff Expertise Information Administration Project ManagementEDUCATION Nova Southeastern In cooperation with vermont National Guard
Staff Directory
Phil Susmann
Melinda Jarvis

Wendy Fadden

Jamie Pratt
Mark Lorah

Philip T. Susmann
Chief Information Officer, Norwich University
Information Superiority Training, Operational and Staff Expertise:

Information Assurance/Security Planning and Implementation
Distance Learning Design and Development
Network and Computer Architecture Computer Information Systems Course and Curriculum Development (Information Systems, Software Engineering, Information Security) Telecommunications Network Design Network Administration Database Administration Project Management EDUCATION Nova Southeastern, DBA - All but Dissertation Comprehensive Exam Completion - 1992 Clarkson University, MBA, 1983 Norwich University, BS, 1981 Other: Incident Response Handler (IRH), Carnegie Mellon, 1999 Project Management, Database Administration, Quodata Corp 1982 Systems Administration, Digital Equipment Corp. 1982

58. UNM College Of Education - Faculty & Staff Directory - Steve Preskill
VI ESEA), University of vermont, (19761978 and Organizational Learning, College ofEducation, University of included faculty evaluation, budget, hiring, staff,

59. Staff Infromation: Indicator Definitions
workers, food service staff, maintenance, security, school registrars, and studenttransportation staff. Source vermont Department of education Fall Data
Staff Information: Indicator Definitions
12) Personnel: The full time equivalent (FTE) number of staff working at the school. Part-time staff are included based on the proportion of time they work. For example, a person who works half-time is counted as .5. Personnel are reported in six categories: Classroom teachers : Pre-kindergarten, kindergarten, elementary and secondary teachers in the school. This includes secondary vocational staff where applicable.
Other Teachers : Art, music, physical education, Special Education and Essential Early Education teachers, guidance counselors and librarian/media specialists.
Instructional Aides : Teacher aides
Instructional Coordinators and Supervisors : Curriculum and Chapter 1 coordinators, Essential Early Education, Title IX, Vocational Education and Special Education directors, and department heads.
Administrators : principals and assistant principals.
Administrative support : clerical support for administration.
Other Support Staff : Psychologists, speech pathologists, audiology, nurses and nurses aides, attendance and social workers, food service staff, maintenance, security, school registrars, and student transportation staff.

60. Anti-Piracy
education Software Management The K12 Guide to perhaps in conjunction with a staff-developmentor in these publications, contact AECT, 1025 vermont Ave., NW
SPA Anti-Piracy Education Initiative
  • SPA Hotline The SPA responds to each call. After confirming that a violation has occurred, one of three actions is taken:
    • a cease and desist letter is sent;
    • an audit is conducted;
    • or a lawsuit is filed.
    To date more than 2000 actions have been taken against organizations and training institutions.
  • Education Software Management: The K-12 Guide to Legal Software Use $20 per copy.
  • It is available FREE upon request from the SPA.
  • Is It Okay for Schools to Copy Software? It is available FREE upon request from SPA
  • Don't Copy That Floppy is a nine minute video that uses peer pressure as students convey the message that it's not only illegal to pirate software, but it's also "not cool." $15 per copy.
  • Certified Software Manager Course is a six hour course offered by the SPA around the country that trains individuals to be software managers in their district, school, regional media center, or administrative office.
    • , which includes model policies and manuals for schooldistricts, colleges, and universities;
    • In addition

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