Delaware County Business Resource Center: Business Education, Development, Tax A delaware County Business Resource Center for Entrepreneurs. Business education developement consultation on business plans and development. Tax information, job info employers and employees A Friendly Knowledgeable staff. Small Business education Programs. Business Plan development Program. Business Plan http://www.delawarecountybrc.com/
Extractions: Success Stories Here Click above or type keyword(s) to begin search: The Business Resource Center was designed to support entrepreneurs and business owners at every stage of their business growth and development. This initiative combines the efforts of community leaders, business people, business agencies and volunteers to provide a network of business support. The Center combines a variety of counseling, educational and informational elements that lead to effective business planning. Our goal is to cater to each individual with professionalism and confidentiality, while promoting, encouraging and guiding individuals in their journey to business success. Most of our programs are free of charge. Our network of supporters and special programs allow us to deliver quality business development resources at no cost. Our electronic network connects our services to rural areas for accessibility to business planning information. Resources We Offer Can't find what you're
DSEA: Welcome To The Delaware State Education Association! Sign up for classes here. Take a Learning Styles. Inventory free, online. delaware Professional. development Center. National Board of Professional Teaching Standards. education Jobs Requests come to DSEA staff through local leaders, local Instruction and http://www.dsea.org/prodevelopment/profdev.htm
Extractions: are posted online The list of Professional Development clusters available for teachers and administrators is posted at the DEEDS web site. Approved by the Professional Standards Board, these clusters allow educators to earn 2, 4 or 6% or their base state salary for up to five years, depending on the rigors of the approved "cluster." Think Big!
General Educational Development GED Graduates include delaware's Governor Ruth Ann Minner, Colorado's Senator Ben Nighthorse American Council on education; Provides leadership and staff development to over 200 http://www.tea.state.tx.us/ged
Extractions: Home District Locator Index A-Z Divisions ... Test Centers FEE INCREASE The State Board of Education during their May 2004 meeting approved to increase the non-refundable fee assessed for issuance of a certificate from $10.00 to $15.00. The increase in fee becomes effective on June 6, 2004. What is the GED? GED (General Educational Development) Tests measure the outcome of a high school education. The GED Tests consist of five tests, one in each of these subjects: Mathematics Science, Social Studies, Writing Skills , and Interpreting Literature and the Arts The GED Tests are available in English, Spanish, French, large-print, audiocassette, and Braille. Adaptations to testing conditions are permitted for adults with disabilities. Did you know that... Since 1949 an estimated 15.4 million adults worldwide have taken and passed the GED Tests and earned their credentials. Worldwide, more than 860,000 adults take the GED Tests every year.
Extractions: Please describe your application and the information technology used in conjunction with it. Please keep your language simple and your explanations non-technical. Your project will be judged primarily for what it does and for its impact on people. The Delaware Center for Educational Technology (DCET) is creating a telecommunications infrastructure in Delaware's public schools to enable students, through the use of educational technology, to meet academic standards and to develop the skills needed by a world-class work force. The underlying basis for the work of the Delaware Center for Educational Technology is that all Delaware children, regardless of social or economic standing, will have access to the resources to be able to learn to the fullest of their abilities and become productive members of society. Our vision is to help Delaware become "The First State in Education: Every Classroom, Every Teacher, Every Child."
WHAT DOES DELAWARE'S EDUCATION REFORM EFFORT ENTAIL? WHAT DOES delaware'S education REFORM EFFORT ENTAIL? STANDARDS. ASSESSMENT. staff development. ACCOUNTABILITY. Previous slide. Next slide. Back to first slide. View graphic version. ? http://www.doe.state.de.us/Events/Accountability/tsld002.htm
DELAWARE EDUCATION RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT CENTER education, and Public Policy (CHEP) College Council. of the. University of delaware. 2000 Faculty and staff Survey public service/professional development programs (48%) and http://www.udel.edu/chep/survey2000/surveyintro.html
Extractions: Summary of Results on Future Directions for CHEP Introduction The CHEP College Council at the request of Dean Dan Rich conducted an online survey questioning faculty and staff on their impressions regarding future directions of CHEP. This report summarizes the results for the college-wide survey conducted in October of 2000. Highlights of key findings in four areas are reported and include the following: College Environment Quality of College Success of Reorganization Strengthening Relationships Level of Information Personal Work Environment Level of Satisfaction Collaboration Among Units Unit Environment Quality of Programs Need for Improvement Funding Priorities College Council Role of Council College-Wide Forums
ED.gov teachers participate in interactive staff development ondemand and the State of delaware have forged a institutions to extend the education process beyond the http://www.ed.gov/Technology/Challenge/ProjectDesc/pt5.html
Extractions: A r c h i v e d I n f o r m a t i o n Challenge Grants for Techonology In Education - FY95 The Capital School District and the State of Delaware have formed an Interactive Educational Television Consortium that is bringing unique and engaging classroom learning activities directly into the homes of schoolchildren throughout the state. Through the use of small computers ("set-tops") that connect to home televisions equipped with cable or phone modems, the consortium can provide programming that is interactive, entertaining, educational, and tailored to meet both state curriculum requirements and the individual needs of students. This program can be easily replicated in school systems throughout the country. It responds to recommendations of the National Commission on Time and Learning , fits within the framework of the Goals 2000 Act , and has a strong school-home element. The program is being piloted in five elementary schools with high percentages of disadvantaged students. As it grows into the state's 16 school districts, more than 12,500 students in grades K-6 eventually will participate. The program has four major goals: In response to the challenge of breaking the mold of our "factory-era schools" this project utilizes cutting-edge technology to extend learning into the home on a daily basis. This allows students to increase their learning time with instructional programs that directly address their learning styles and needs. Time typically spent passively and unproductively watching television and playing video games is replaced with active and productive learning time in which solid curricula are combined with video game interactivity to create a new learning dynamic for children.
Extractions: NCOPE ... Project Quantum Leap Disseminate, sustain and promote general knowledge and public awareness of the field of orthotics and prosthetics, by sponsorship and participation in activities, events and publications consistent with these purposes, Promote the education of deserving individuals in the field of orthotics and prosthetics, Bring about and sustain a larger class of educated and professionally trained members in the field of orthotics and prosthetics, and otherwise endeavor toward the greater protection and advancement of the public good and welfare Members Only Log In
Delaware County Intermediate Unit and. delaware County Technical Schools. from each category Programs education Programs Supervisor. are important and need further staff development programming. http://www.dciu.k12.pa.us/DCIUStaff/Forms/NeedsAssessmentSurvey02.htm
Extractions: Delaware County Intermediate Unit and Delaware County Technical Schools Please circle one Special Nonpublic Technical Instructional Administrator from each category: Programs Education Programs Supervisor Early Childhood Elementary Middle High School Location: Directions: Please check the areas of need or interest you believe are important and need further staff development programming. The Act 48 Planning committee is committed to developing both broad and focused standards based learning opportunities. Your assistance is essential as we build our programs for the future. High Interest Moderate Interest No Interest Need More Info. Assessments Portfolio Authentic Rubric design and use Brain Based Research Building a Community of Learners Building Safer Learning Communities Classroom Management of Student Behavior Community Based Instruction Critical Thinking Data driven decision making Distance Learning Application of Distance Learning in Classroom English as a second language IEP Development (IDEA 97) Integrated Curriculum Inclusionary Practices Instructional Assessment Leadership Multiple Roles of the Principal/Supervisor Legal/Ethical Issues - Confidentiality Standards Literary/Reading Math Science Social Studies Writing Time Management Transition Issues Understanding by Design Writing Across the Curriculum
Delaware Educators on Health Topics delaware does not professional development covering health education topics 851 requires an annual staff development plan describing http://www.nasbe.org/HealthySchools/States/Delaware.html
Extractions: Delaware State Board of Education Administrative Code (2000) requires schools to provide instruction to students in grades K-12 in health education and to follow the Delaware Health Education Curriculum Framework (2001). Students in grades K-4 must receive a minimum of 30 hours of "comprehensive health education and family life education" in each grade, at least 10 of which must address drug/alcohol education. The health education requirement increases to 35 hours in grade 5 and grade 6, and a total 60 hours within grades 7 and 8, with 15 hours of drug/alcohol education provided in each grade. Administrative Code specifies that students receive 15 hours of instruction in drug/alcohol education during each grade of high school.
Extractions: The mission of the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia's Community Affairs Department is to contribute to the economic health of the nation, the region, and the District's communities and to a better understanding of the financial system by pursuing the following strategic objectives: The department organizes conferences and workshops, produces publications, and conducts research. The department provides its services in the Third Federal Reserve District, which consists of eastern and central Pennsylvania, southern New Jersey, and Delaware. For a map of the Third District, see:
Professional Development Resource Guide the Condition of education in delaware, General Result Commission Standards for Professional education Units and 1603-30.04, FY 98 staff development Plan and http://www.state.nj.us/njded/profdev/rdirectory.htm
Extractions: Professional Education Personnel Evaluation Program of Alabama, April 1997 Alabama Professional Development Plan Guidelines and Definitions, Alabama State Education Agency, 1997 ALASKA Standards for Alaska's School, Alaska Department of Education, Dec. 1996. Standards for Alaska's Teachers, Alaska Department of Education, Dec. 1996. Standards for Alaska's Administrators, Alaska Department of Education, Dec. 1996. Content Standards for Alaska Students, Dec 1996 - (booklet) ARIZONA Arizona Department of Education: Professional Development State Board Rules, Nov 1997 Http://www.ade.state.az.us/prodev/bdrules.html Arizona Renewal Requirements
Extractions: Apply exciting concepts from the SDE Seminar in your classroom and receive Antioch University Seattle credit for doing so. Antioch University Seattle is accredited by the Commission on Institutions of Higher Education of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools (30 N. LaSalle St. #2400, Chicago, IL 60602-2504; (800) 821-7440). One to five graduate continuing education quarter credits are available for program attendance and the completion of a paper describing how you used the concepts in your classroom. The credits from this course are continuing education (not masters degree) credits. Tuition ranges from $55-$225. Grading is Pass / Incomplete. For more information, call 206-268-4607 or email email@example.com. Graduate Credit Chapman University is fully accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges. One to four semester units of graduate elective credit (for a 1- to 4-day Seminar, respectively) are available for an additional fee of $62 per semester unit. For more information call 949-585-2990. These professional development units are not part of a degree program but instead are primarily used for professional advancement (such as salary increment steps and recertification). Students should seek approval of appropriate district or college officials before enrolling in these courses to satisfy any degrees, state credentials, or local school district requirements.
Delaware Valley College: Continuing Education SAT Program); Curriculum Support; Faculty staff development; three different rooms at delaware Valley College John Campbell Distance education Coordinator 215489 http://www.devalcol.edu/continuing/dist_ed_satellite.htm
Extractions: Credit Programs Degree Programs Animal Therapy Part-time Studies ... Back to Cont. Ed. Satellite Delaware Valley College has a year round satellite downlinking facility. We have the ability to receive both C-Band and Ku Band signals as well as Digital. This system was obtained in the early 1990's and has been used ever since. The primary use of our satellite operations program is educational purposes. This includes downlinks on various topics geared toward college students. Downlinks cover topics such as History, Government, Health, Business, The World Wide Web, and much more. DVC offers outside organizations and the local community an opportunity to use our facilities. We can accommodate small and large groups. Satellite programs, which can be viewed "live" or "taped", benefit Delaware Valley College in the following ways: These satellite programs can be viewed in three different rooms at Delaware Valley College. The All-Purpose Room (APR) can easily hold large groups of 500 or more and is ideal for luncheons and banquets. The Coffeehouse Room is a small room capable of seating 100 comfortably, or if tables are needed this room can accommodate 40 people. The Music Room is another small room that can also accommodate 100 people. The Music Room is a tiered room that allows for great viewing, however tables cannot be used.
Extractions: Certificate Program This is a six-part series for salaried staff highlighting a systematic approach for assessing interest in career development and formulating strategies to achieve those goals. Using resources available through the Office of Employee Training and Career Development and other University departments, participants will explore the steps involved in creating a personalized plan for career enrichment. Those attending all sessions will receive a certificate of completion. Introduces salaried staff to the career planning process and acquaints them with the information, resources and support available. Discusses various types of resumes and provides guidelines on resume content and format. Participants will receive personal assistance with writing or revising their resumes. Provides information on the Salaried Staff Classification System, including steps involved in reclassifying an existing position. Salaried staff career matrices will be reviewed to denote education and experience required for advancement. Panel presentation with representatives from employee relations, information technologies and continuing education providing information on credit/non-credit classes and certificate programs available to salaried staff. Will include a review of the application process for course fee waiver and cooperative tuition exchange.
Extractions: This is a six-part series for salaried staff highlighting a systematic approach for assessing interest in career development and formulating strategies to achieve those goals. Utilizing resources available through the Office of Human Resources and other University departments, participants will explore the steps involved in creating a personalized plan for career enrichment. To receive a certificate of completion you must attend all six sessions. See descriptions below for details on each session. Introduces Salaried Staff to the career planning process and acquaints them with the information, resources and support available. Discusses various types of resumes and provides guidelines on resume content and format. Participants will receive personal assistance with writing or revising their resume. Provides information on the Salaried Staff classification system including steps involved in reclassifying an existing position. Salaried Staff career matrices will be reviewed to denote education and experience required for advancement.
Extractions: With private sector help, Delaware provides the staff training and software required to use technology as a teaching tool. State, federal and private funds totaling more than $70 million have paid for educational technology since February 1996. Moreover, the project was completed under budget and ahead of schedule. National Recognition: Delaware students must meet world-class standards if they are to be competitive and successful in a global economy. To prepare children for their future, our schools must support rigorous standards. Each and every teacher must set high expectations. Our students should commit themselves to the achievement of excellence.
MCS Web Directory Environmental Learning Center, delaware County Co in within the special education department staff developmentLists resources and professional organizations for http://www.muncie.k12.in.us/MCS web directory.htm
Extractions: MCS HOME WEB DIRECTORY Adult and Community Education -Information about Adult Education on the Muncie Area Career Center website. Adventure Environmental Learning Center Information about the 40-acre Outdoor Education Center, the programs, and a photo of the Challenge Education Course. Administration A directory listing of personnel and contact numbers located at the Anthony Administration Building. Art- The Muncie Community Schools "Virtual Art Gallery." See students' art work from all of the Muncie Community Schools. Athletics -An overview of the athletic programs in the Muncie Community Schools. Business Office Information Personnel communication and information from the Muncie Community Schools Business Office and its administrators and staff members. Calendar School and district events are listed here by the month. Child Care Connections -Assistance to low-income families for child care. Communications - MCS communication tools and responsibilities of the Director of Communications.