Staff Development Social Studies Teachers. alaska Alliance for Arts education Institute this summer 2004 seek other staff development designs that produce longterm positive effects on education. Each http://www.northstar.k12.ak.us/staffdev
Extractions: Contact Position E-mail Phone Angela Paul Secretary firstname.lastname@example.org 452-2000 x 474 Mailing Address: 520 5th Avenue, Fairbanks, AK 99701 FAX: The mission of Staff Development for the Fairbanks North Star Borough School District is to enhance student achievement by providing ongoing learning opportunities that promote a climate of responsible self-renewal and lifelong learning for district staff. By focusing on results driven professional development for teachers and administrators, we know our dedicated work force will be capable mentors and stewards, able to address those challenges facing education in the 21st century. The following days are District or Building Professional Development Days
Extractions: Click on underlined titles for more information Check out the latest information on employment, self-employment, and benefits planning on our employment page Visit our Legislative Information page for information on issues of interest to advocates and self-advocates concerning disability issues as well as resources to help you in reaching policymakers to express your opinions on these issues. Visit the Training and Workshops page for more information on trainings and workshops being offered in the community that might be of interest. Students working toward a degree, professionals working in the field of aging, direct service providers, family caregivers and anyone interested in the aging process are encouraged to take courses in this program.
Extractions: Professional Development Courses ASDN Distance Education Cancellation Policy All courses sponsored by the Alaska Staff Development Network are structured to meet recertification requirements through the Alaska Department of Education and Early Development and individual school districts. Courses are offered on an on-going basis. Some courses are structured to begin at a site, then follow-up with distance delivery, and others are totally web-based, with everything in-between. Please see individual course descriptions for the structure of the distance education. Participants are enrolled at anytime anywhere. They have a minimum of 1 month and a maximum of 1 year to complete coursework. Instructors require at least 10 days prior to that deadline to receive completed work and submit grades to the University. Most classes require a minimum of 15 hours per credit of contact time with the instructor(s).
Alaska Staff Development Network Home Site "Working Together to Make Schools Better" alaska staff development Network is a statewide partnership, initiated in 1983 that includes alaska's 53 school districts, the alaska Department of education development, NEAalaska http://www.ptialaska.net/~asdn
Extractions: The Alaska Staff Development Network is a statewide partnership, initiated in 1983 that includes Alaska's 53 school districts, the Alaska Department of Education and Early Development, NEA-Alaska, the Alaska Council of School Administrators, Alaska's universities and colleges, the Northwest Regional Educational Laboratory, as well as a number of education professional associations and corporate sponsors. We believe that the unique professional growth needs of Alaska's teachers and administrators can be best met by strengthening collaborative relationships among these groups. Approximately 5,000 Alaskan educators from all Alaskan school districts take part in more than 200 face-to-face and distance learning training activities sponsored by the Network each year. Educators from Network sponsoring districts and organizations receive a significant discount on fees for Network programs. Go To Main ASDN Page Questions? Thank you for visiting our site. Please feel free to contact our office for more information on any of our programs:
Alaska Native Knowledge Network Meet the staff. What's New and Updated have formed the alaska Native/Rural education Consortium to provide support Network or contribute to the development of the resources in this http://www.ankn.uaf.edu/
Extractions: ANKN Directory ANKN Publications Alaska Standards for Culturally Responsive Schools Guidelines for Nuturing Culturally Healthy Youth Guidelines for Preparing Culturally Responsive Teachers Guidelines for Respecting Cultural Knowledge Guidelines for Strengthening Indigenous Languages Guidelines for Culturally Responsive School Boards Guidelines for Cross-Cultural Orientation Programs Alaska Native Cultural Resources Indigenous Education Worldwide Indigenous Knowledge Systems Native Pathways to Education Resources Online Sharing Our Pathways Newsletters Samples of Culturally-Responsive Units Alaska Clipart Collection Village Science Meet the Staff What's New and Updated Search the ANKN Website ANKN Calendar of Events 2003 Phase II, Year Three Annual Report (Word document) Alaska Department of Education T he Alaska Native Knowledge Network is designed to serve as a resource for compiling and exchanging information related to Alaska Native knowledge systems and ways of knowing. It has been established to assist Native people, government agencies, educators and the general public in gaining access to the knowledge base that Alaska Natives have acquired through cumulative experience over millennia. The
Excellence In Education education Week on the Web American education s online newspaper of record . alaska staff development Network Working Together to Make Schools Better, alaska http://www.neaalaska.org/excellence/
Extractions: u How schools are held accountable u NEA-Alaska Position Papers The following position papers were written in response to positions adopted by the delegates to NEA-Alaska's Delegate Assembly. Each of these was written before the reauthorization of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act ESEA - No Child Left Behind Act ) was signed by President Bush on January 8, 2002. Please bear in mind that the entire landscape of public education has changed as a result of the passage of No Child Left Behind, and some of the details in these papers may no longer be accurate. Nonetheless, we recommend them to you as general statements about several key components of a quality education. Mentoring, testimony presented to the House - Special Committee on Education (PDF format) Distance Education (PDF format) (PDF format) (PDF format)
School Health In The Alaska Department Of Education & Early Development School Health. " What's New?" Grant Funding Opportunities State Level. Quality Schools Grants. Available to help districts with intervention strategies for students not achieving standards at th eappropriate age level. school health education program. alaska Department of education Early development staff can assist schools Department of education Early development staff will be working with http://www.educ.state.ak.us/tls/schoolhealth/healthed.html
Extractions: School Health "What's New?" Grant Funding Opportunities: State Level Quality Schools Grants. Available to help districts with intervention strategies for students not achieving standards at th eappropriate age level. For more information, contact Nanci Spear at email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org or Terri Campbell at email@example.com Prevention Programs That Work - in recent years, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention/Division of Adolescent and School Health has been instrumental in assisting to identify curricula that have credible evidence of reducing health risk behavior among youth. To date, the following "Programs That Work" have been identified: Get Real about AIDS (9-12) - HIV Prevention Reducing the Risk - HIV Prevention Becoming a Responsible Teen - HIV Prevention Be Proud! Be Responsible! - HIV Prevention
Frequently Asked Questions is to be an advocate for an excellent public education for each child in alaska and to through a variety of activitiesfrom staff development to lobbying http://www.neaalaska.org/who/faq.htm
Extractions: Frequently Asked Questions NEA-Alaska Frequently Asked Questions The National Education Association of Alaska is over 11,000 men and women who work to advance public education as the foundation of our democracy. Founded in 1922, NEA-Alaska now has more than 11,000 teacher, education support personnel, retired educator, and college student members in 65 local affiliates throughout the state. NEA-Alaska's 26 staff serve members from offices in Anchorage, Juneau and Fairbanks. NEA-Alaska is affiliated with the 2.2 million-member National Education Association with headquarters in Washington, D.C. NEA-Alaska's mission is to be an advocate for an excellent public education for each child in Alaska and to advance the interests of public school employees. A volunteer organization, the Association pursues its mission through a variety of activitiesfrom staff development to lobbying, from local Association negotiations to partnerships with parents. How are Association policies set?
Staff Development staff development. and. Information Technologies for Change pp 14 15 (Ontario Ministry of education) 4. alaska Student Technology Standards and School Librarians, http://www.schoolfile.com/staff_development.htm
Extractions: Staff Development and Information Technologies A Virtual File A collection of documents found on the Internet from www.Schoolfile.com for the Canadian Association of Principals Questions Used to Develop this Virtual File 1. What do we mean by "information technologies"? 2. What are the values and beliefs that should drive an effective and appropriate use of information technologies? 3. How are/should information technologies being used in schools? 4. What are the pedagogical implications of using IT to support learning? 5. What do those implications mean for teaching practice and school administration/organization? 6. What do all educators need to know, feel, believe, perceive and be able to do about IT? 7. What do different types of educators need to know, feel, believe, perceive and be able to do about IT? - Tech/Voc (Technology Education) Teachers - Special Needs Teachers - Teacher Librarians - Adult Basic Education Teachers - Guidance Counselors - Technology Coordinators - School-based Administrators/Business Managers - Support Staff 8. How should preservice education be changed to improve the readiness of teachers and administrators to use technology effectively?
Extractions: Items listed on this page may not be affiliated with the Center for Human Development. Please refer to the contacts listed for further information. Training is offered in resume writing, Job search skills, interviewing, on-line applications, making your skills work for you, and basic computer skills. Visit their website at http://communitynews.adn.com/main.wsi?group_id=937 for more information. Students working toward a degree, professionals working in the field of aging, direct service providers, family caregivers and anyone interested in the aging process are encouraged to take courses in this program. Go to UAA.alaska.edu to register on line for these classes or contact Ann Jache at 786-1955 or e-mail
Welcome alaska staff development Network http//www.asdn.org/ ACE Anchorage Council of education http//www.apeaaft.org/~dgeary/ AEA Anchorage http://www.asdk12.org/depts/staff_dev/
Alaska Staff Development Academy 2000 3rd Annual alaska Arts education Institute. For more information, Please contact alaska staff development Network, 2204 Douglas Hwy, Suite 100, Douglas, AK http://www.sesa.org/sesa/newsltr/Spring00/ASDN2000.html
Extractions: Rural Academy for Culturally Responsive Schools May 30 - June 3 Fairbanks 13th Annual Southcentral Alaska Instructional Improvement Academy June 6-9, 2000 Anchorage 6th Annual Alaska Technology Academy June 6-9, 2000 Anchorage Vicki Spandel's Six Traits Writing Institute June 6-9, 2000 Anchorage 15th Annual Academy of Applied Research in Education June 5-9, 2000, Juneau 3rd Annual Alaska Arts Education Institute June 5-9, 2000 Kenai 2nd Annual Alaska Quality Schools Institute August 7-11, 2000 Palmer/Wasilla 1st Annual Advanced Quality Schools Institute June 12-23, 2000 Palmer/Wasilla 3rd Annual Alaska Reading Institute August 14-17, 2000 Anchorage Southeast Alaska Quality Schools Institute August 14-18, 2000 Juneau For more information, Please contact: Alaska Staff Development Network, 2204 Douglas Hwy, Suite 100, Douglas, AK 99824. Phone: 907-364-3809, Fax: 907-364-3805 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Spring 2002 Newsletter Institute (June 1013) INSTITUTE 3 - Multicultural education alaska Anchorage For more information, please contact alaska staff development Network, 2204 http://www.sesa.org/sesa/newsltr/Spring02/SummerAcademics.html
Extractions: Site Map Text Only Home Search ... Resource Guides This guide offers a basic list of education resources on the World Wide Web. The list is not intended to be comprehensive in its coverage of this subject. For additional educational information, please contact us at 465-2921 or email@example.com Alaska Dept. of Education and Early Development: http://www.eed.state.ak.us . Features an on-line directory of Alaska's public schools, teacher certification, statistics and policy information. Alaska State Board of Education: http://www.eed.state.ak.us/State_Board/home.html
Alaska Student Loans - About_commission alaska Commission on Postsecondary education Term Expires the Kuspuk School District in Aniak, alaska. coordinator and curriculum staff development director in http://alaskaadvantage.state.ak.us/page/19
Extractions: Term Expires June 2005 Bobette D. Bush of Aniak was first appointed to the Commission in 1993, and most recently reappointed in April 2003 by Governor Frank Murkowski. A career K-12 educator, Ms. Bush retired from her position in 2002 as the superintendent of the Kuspuk School District in Aniak, Alaska. Her professional experience includes 11 years of teaching, serving as curriculum coordinator and curriculum staff development director in the Kuspuk School District prior to being named superintendent. Ms. Bush is a long-time member of the College of Rural Alaska Council; Bethel Broadcasting, Inc.; and the Kuskokwim College Council. Milton B. Byrd, Ph.D., Vice Chair Term Expires August 2006 Milton B. Byrd of Anchorage was first appointed to the Commission in 1994 and was most recently reappointed in April 2003 by Governor Frank Murkowski. Dr. Byrd is President and founder of Charter College, a private, for-profit institution founded in 1985 offering certificate programs as well as two and four-year degree programs. A career postsecondary educator, Dr. Byrd has held faculty positions at Indiana University and Southern Illinois University; and held administrative positions at Southern Illinois University (associate dean of instruction), Northern Michigan University (vice-president for academic affairs) and Florida International University (provost). Dr. Byrd was also the president of Adams State College in Colorado and Chicago State University. An Alaska resident since 1981, he has been active on many regional and national boards and councils, including governmental and private, relating to education and public policy.