Staff Of Central Georgia Technical College Faculty and staff. News and Information. Economic development. Campuses. Site Map. Layfield, Madelyn T. Instructor, General education MA, West georgia College http://www.cgtcollege.org/staff/staffdatabase4.cfm?thedepartment=FAC-M
The Georgia Trust For Historic Preservation Public School System gives teachers staff development credit for information, please contact Susan Mays education Coordinator, Hay 478745-4277 934 georgia Ave http://www.georgiatrust.org/historic_sites/hayedu_other_programs.html
Extractions: Hay House also has developed an initiative to meet the special requirements of homeschool students. All of the existing Hay House school programs are offered to homeschoolers in one-day events throughout the year. In addition, Archi-Tech-Tive , a special program for homeschoolers, combines an interactive tour of Hay House with hands-on activities designed to highlight architectural features of the house and to focus students attention on 19 th century technology from simple machines to more complicated plumbing and heating systems. During the winter a four-session mini-institute, Civil War Life and Times , is offered for homeschoolers. Check the Hay House events calendar for dates and times.
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North Georgia Technical College and development of the Northeast georgia region competent, professional faculty and staff are customer providing high quality, accessible education and training http://www.northgatech.edu/
Extractions: Jul 06: New Student Registration - Summer Quarter ... BannerWeb SCT North Georgia Technical College is a public, residential, multi-campus, two-year technical college whose mission is to provide quality technical education, adult literacy education, continuing education, and business and industry training to individuals who can benefit from these programs and services. These efforts improve the quality of life of individuals by preparing them to succeed as literate and technically competent members of the workforce and by promoting the economic growth and development of the Northeast Georgia region. The college offers both
Extractions: Georgia's rapid coastal growth has spawned many concerns about the quality of coastal resources. Over the past five years, a grass-roots movement of commercial fishermen, recreational fishermen, environmentalists, academics, regulators, municipal officials and legislators has expressed increasing concern about degradation of water quality in coastal Georgia. Both anecdotal and increasing scientific evidence suggests that the quality and productivity of coastal rivers and estuaries have declined markedly over the last 20 - 30 years. Major coastal stakeholders agree that Georgians need more information to quantify the current condition of the state's coastal water resources, and that the results of scientific studies should be placed in an easily understood format and communicated to the largest possible group of Georgia's decision makers and to the public.
Extractions: Atlanta, Georgia In 1995, Dr. Jacquelyn M. Belcher became president of Georgia Perimeter College, the largest associate degree-granting college and the third largest institution of higher education in the University System of Georgia ( www.gpc.edu ). The multi-campus college currently has six locations along the major access corridors of metropolitan Atlanta (Alpharetta, Decatur, Clarkston, Dunwoody, Lawrenceville, Conyers). President Belcher's academic background includes a J.D. from the University of Puget Sound, a M.A. including post master's work from the University of Washington, and a B.S. from Marymount College. She is an alumnus of the Institute for the Management of Lifelong Education at Harvard University's Graduate School of Education; the League for Innovation in the Community College's Executive Leadership Institute; and Staub Leadership Consultants' HILS Program (Helping Individuals Lead Successfully). Dr. Belcher is also a Qualified and Certified Relationship Awareness Facilitator through Personal Strengths Publishing. Nationally , Dr. Belcher currently serves on the following:
Extractions: The Georgia State University College of Education is a professional school committed to excellence in preparing people to work in a wide variety of school, business, and governmental educational settings. Excellence in teaching is built on the faculty's commitment to advancing knowledge through scholarship. The college's programs have prepared outstanding graduates at the baccalaureate through doctoral levels. A special emphasis of the college's teacher education programs is preparing teachers for positions in schools in urban environments. The College of Education works closely with the College of Arts and Sciences to enhance articulation between content and pedagogical needs. The teacher education programs at Georgia State University have been approved by the Georgia Professional Standards Commission and the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education. The Community Master of Education: Behavior/Learning Disabilities (with concentrations in Emotional and Behavioral Disorders, Learning Disabilities, Mental Retardation, and Interrelated Special Education); Communication Disorders; English Education; Mathematics Education; Multiple and Severe Disabilities (with concentrations in Behavior Disorders, Deaf-Blind, Hearing Impairment, Interrelated Special Education/Early Childhood Education, Mental Retardation, and Orthopedically Impaired); Reading, Language, and Literacy Education (with concentrations in Reading Instruction and Teaching English as a Second Language); School Counseling (with concentrations in Elementary/Middle School and Secondary); School Psychology; Science Education; Social Studies Education
State Summaries - Georgia Summer staff development courses for teachers also continues to grow in for Economic education (GCEE) and the georgia Department of education. http://www.agclassroom.org/state/summaries/georgia.htm
Extractions: Georgia's Agriculture in the Classroom program was founded in 1983. In 1994, the Georgia Agriculture in the Classroom Council was incorporated and acquired non-profit status. Membership in the Council includes the Georgia Department of Education, the Georgia Council on Economic Education, the Georgia Farm Bureau Federation, the Georgia Department of Agriculture, the Georgia Agribusiness Council, The University of Georgia, Fort Valley State University, Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College, the Georgia Cooperative Extension Service, the Georgia Forestry Commission, representatives from commodity groups and agribusiness, and several local school staff members and farmers. Membership in the Council is a blend of agriculture and education leaders from throughout Georgia. The program is managed through Georgia Farm Bureau Federation. II. New Developments
Extractions: Professional Research/Interests: Counseling families, agency and school counseling, developmental counseling with adults, counselor preparation and supervision, pedagogy. Clinical Specializations: Include marriage and family counseling, eating disorders, treatment of adult survivors of childhood sexual abuse, alternative lifestyle issues.
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Extractions: GLEF Blast e-newsletter Innovative Classrooms Assessment Emotional Intelligence Project-Based Learning School-to-Career ... Technology Integration Skillful Educators Mentoring Ongoing Professional Development Teacher Preparation Technology Professional Development Involved Communities Business Partnerships Community Partnerships Digital Divide Parent Involvement ... Browse our selection of books, CDs, DVDs, and videos celebrating education in the Digital Age. SEARCH About Us A Word From George Lucas ... Each year, the Foundation's staff and featured speakers present at over 20 major conferences. Our experienced presenters are available to discuss various topics including educational technology and innovative and exemplary practices in K-12 education. We use content from our Web site and documentary films to frame the broad issues in education reform to present a vision for education in the 21st century where students are challenged and engaged, have access to interactive technologies, and are supported by skillful educators, and involved parents and communities. Please contact Paula Monsef at 415.444.8909 or e-mail
Extractions: The Office of Organizational Development facilitates the achievement of administrative excellence at Georgia Tech by assessing, educating, communicating, and building partnerships for organizational improvement. We provide support for various initiatives undertaken by the Division of Administration and Finance Navigating This Site Along the left side of each page, you will find convenient links to the primary areas of our web site. Use the Path at the top of each page to backtrack your steps, or the "Back" & "Forward" buttons on your browser. You can also click here for a site map , or click here to search our site **A NEW CONTRACT FOR COMPUTER TRAINING AT GEORGIA TECH!**
Extractions: This conference will provide participants with opportunities to learn about science and mathematics professional development programs for K-12 teachers and to engage in discussions about important issues affecting teacher professional developments. As a result of attending this conference, participants will: Have a clear understanding of the needs, challenges,and innovations associated with science and mathematics professional development
Extractions: dqmcodebase = "/" How do educators, students, and communities transform their schools into places where everyone learns and performs at high levels? Use these resources to find models, explore strategies, and ask questions that lead to results. NSDC Articles Questions to Consider Other Web Sites Model Schools ... Leaders as creators of high-performance cultures, by Dennis Sparks, November 2003 Results The transformation at Taft School, by Joan Richardson. April 2003 Results Closing the divide, by Valerie von Frank. March 2003 Results The secrets of 'can-do' schools, by Joan Richardson. February 2003 Results Positive or negative, by Kent D. Peterson. Summer 2002 Journal of Staff Development Diverse, mobile students successful in DOD schools, by Joan Richardson. March 2002 Results Thinking small, by Priscilla Pardini. Fall 2001 Journal of Staff Development A storybook breakthrough, by John Norton. Fall 2001 Journal of Staff Development Great job, now do it better, by Ron French. Fall 2001 Journal of Staff Development Six districts, one goal of excellence,
Extractions: K-12 Science Curriculum Center What is the K-12 Science Center? K-12 Center: Upcoming Events and News K-12 Center: Hub and Library Locations K-12 Center: Services to Hubs K-12 Center: Featured Instructional Materials Each hub houses a library of the featured K-12 science curricula in the Center. Cindy Elm-Sinn
Extractions: Rockdale County Public Schools Tell us how we are doing In the Rockdale County Public Schools, we value your comments and suggestions on how we can provide better services to our stakeholders. Please take a few minutes to complete one or both of our current surveys. The Community Survey is for all citizens of Rockdale County. The Parent Survey is designed for parents who had a child enrolled in a Rockdale County school during this past school year. Click here for Community Survey Click here for Parent Survey ChalkTalk - May 24 Issue Tests are regarded as helpful instructional tools. Yet it is important for parents and teachers to have an understanding of the various tests and their appropriate uses. This new page explains each type of test used in Rockdale County and provides links to testing schedules and current testing scores.
Distance Learning Resources of Instructional development; UGA Center for Continuing education Distance Learning tutorials, independent study, GSAMS, and related booksvia the UGA georgia http://www.coe.uga.edu/outreach/distlearn/resources.html
Extractions: Archived Information Tried and True: September 1997The information in this publication was current as of September 1997, and has not been updated since. Some services described in the publication may no longer be available. Teaching Cases: New Approaches to Teacher Education and Staff Development A Program That Supports the Development and Use of Cases in Education Developed and tested by WestEd Patterned after a method long used successfully to prepare lawyers and business professionals, case discussions in education focus on detailed scenarios written about the real life experiences of teachers or administrators. WestEd's use of cases is based on the recognition that the work of educators, also, is informed not only by research but by experience. Because cases reflect reality, they help teachers learn to connect theories and concepts to the complex, idiosyncratic world of practice. Discussion of cases enhances analytic thought, reflection, inquiry, and, with some cases, content knowledge. In the math cases project, teachers develop this capacity through the careful and exciting process of reflection and inquiry generated by facilitated discussions with other teachers about math cases that portray real-life teaching dilemmas. In one case, for example, a student asks the teacher: "How can 100 percent of something be just one thing?" The question, itself, can give a teacher pause. Although most of us would agree that 100 percent means the whole thing or "one," the concept can be confusing. If you poll 23 people and 100 percent respond that they like toothpaste, does 100 percent mean 23 or 1? What seems obvious on the surface is really quite complex when you're trying to promote understanding of a concept and not just memorization of a rule.
Extractions: Education and Events @import url(module.css); In this Calendar of Events, you will find a variety of classes, programs, health screenings and support groups. You may search for classes by title or by the categories of Breast Health Center events, Community Education, Employee Education, Physician CME (continuing education), Prenatal Education, Screenings, Seniors events, Special Events and Support Groups. Click "Find" to see a list of all events. Event Title (keywords) Category Any Breast Health Center Community Education Employee Education Physician CME Prenatal Education Screenings Seniors Special Events Support Groups Date Any January 2004 May 2004 July 2004 Event Title Date Focus on Healing The Pink Magnolias Breast Cancer Support Group Ongoing Mobile Mammography Screenings for Seniors Ongoing Men's Breast Cancer Support Group Ongoing My Mom Has Breast Cancer Ongoing Lymphedema Education for Patients Undergoing Breast Cancer Surgery Ongoing Breast Self-Exam Classes Ongoing Free Mammograms Ongoing Event Title Date Focus on Healing Cervical Cancer and the Pap Test: What You Should Know The Augusta Pain Conference Fresh Start Smoking Cessation Program Ongoing My Mom Has Breast Cancer Ongoing Food Fit and Fun: An After-School Adolescent Group Nutrition Program Ongoing Weight Management and Nutrition Orientation Session Ongoing I Can Cope Ongoing Event Title Date Self-Study Series Ongoing Employee Wellness Program Ongoing
Webpage staff. Directions. educational Technology Training Center State University of West georgia College of education Room 251 Carrollton, georgia http://www.westga.edu/~ettc/