Extractions: This site contains the professional and personal Web pages of faculty and staff members at Wheaton College in Norton, Massachusetts. The Staff and Faculty Directory is available to help you find contact information for individual faculty and staff members. Information about the College can be found on the Wheaton Home Page
Extractions: STATEWIDE SUMMER LIBRARY ADVENTURE website for families, sponsored by the Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners. SUMMER CONTINUING EDUCATION BROCHURE The Summer CE brochure is now available. CMRLS RECEIVES THREE GRANTS CMRLS has received grants worth $17,000. 2005 ONLINE SUMMER READING PROGRAM MANUAL SUBMISSIONS Going Places @your library® is the slogan for SRP 2005. Program ideas, crafts, and more are needed. Submit ideas for inclusion in the online manual by September 15, 2004. DATABASE TRIALS CMRLS has arranged trials with 3 vendors whose products generated the most interest in our recent member survey. Take a look at them and let us know what you think.
Ritenour Professional Development Becoming a Teacher (10 copies), Grusko, Robin. Before It s Too Late, MassachusettsAdvocacy Center. Institute for Inclusive education, Network, The. staff dev. http://www.ritenour.k12.mo.us/sdweb/pdlibrary.htm
Extractions: Professional Development Library TITLES AUTHORS A Better Beginning: Supporting and Mentoring New Teachers Scherer, Marge A Framework for Understanding Poverty (14 copies) Payne, Ruby K A New Vision for Staff Development Sparks, Dennis and Hirsh, Stephanie Action Research Facilitator's Guidebook Caro-Bruce, Cathy Algebra for Everyone Edwards, Edgar L. America 2000: An Educational Strategy U. S. Dept. of Education Apprenticeship in Literacy:Transitions Across Reading and Writing Dorn, French, Jones Assessing Student Outcomes Marzano, Robert J. At Work in the Differentiated Classroom (Guide and Tapes)+A82+A34 ASCD Authentic Performance Assessment (2 copies) Hibbard, K. Michael Becoming a Nation of Readers-What Parents Can Do Binkley, Marilyn R. Becoming a Teacher (10 copies) Grusko, Robin Before It's Too Late Massachusetts Advocacy Center Best Practices in Curriculum Design and Delivery (1994) Downey, Carolyn J. Beyond Discipline (10 copies) Kohn, Alfie Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?
Extractions: Pointers from the Principals Who Lead Them Stuck for ideas for effective staff meetings? Looking for ways to make sure everybody is present and interested? Education World's "Principal Files" team has some ideas for you! Staff meetings can be the most important and productive professional development opportunities of the school year; on the other hand, they can be the most dreaded and squandered time a teacher will spend. So, what makes the difference between wonderful and wasteful meetings? That's the question we posed to Education World's Principal Files team . We asked team members to tell us about their best-ever staff meetings. According to Ed World's P-Files team, successful staff meetings are a function of the purpose, the planning, and the pace of those meetings.
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Extractions: Fitchburg, Massachusetts Description: Mass Networks Education Partnership, a non-profit organization based in Massachusetts whose mission is to improve educational leadership, curriculum, and the technology that supports improved outcomes for all leaders, seeks an Executive Director. The Executive Director will be responsible for leading an accomplished and energetic staff that helps schools and educators integrate technology as an essential and powerful facilitator in several areas: Implementing standards-based curriculum, instruction, and assessment; Strategic planning and professional development for major efforts to improve student learning outcomes;
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Extractions: North Middlesex Regional School District Ashby Pepperell Townsend Massachusetts The North Middlesex Regional School District, serving the towns of Ashby, Pepperell and Townsend, is located in the north/central section of Massachusetts on the New Hampshire border. The three towns served by the district cover approximately 80 square miles and are located in the suburbs near the cities of Fitchburg, Lowell, Worcester and Nashua, NH. The district, which is growing in size, is fewer than 50 miles northwest of Massachusetts' capital city, Boston. Residents of the area are to be found working in a wide variety of vocations in the high technology, higher education, plastics, and paper enterprises that are prominent in the region. Fitchburg State College is located 10 miles south in Fitchburg, and the University of Massachusetts-Lowell is only twenty miles east. Lakes, mountains and state parks abound in the area with the mountain and seashore activities of New Hampshire and Cape Cod only one and one-half hour's drive away. Each town has a separate town meeting/selectman form of government. A single Regional School Committee, with membership from each of the three towns, is responsible for the operation of schools.
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PLS Client List Nat l staff dev. Council (NSDC) Annual Conf. NC State Dept. of education, NC; NorthwestLouisiana University, LA; Oakwood City Schools, Dayton, OH; Oklahoma Dept. http://www.plsweb.com/professional_development/clients/
Extractions: Where am I? Home Customized Professional Development PLS Client List View PLS by topic: Brain-Based Learning Classroom Management Coaching and Mentoring Critical Thinking Learning Styles Motivation Multiple Intelligences Reading and Literacy Responsibility Technology Go Print This Page With expertise in school-based management, leadership skills, and problem solving, PLS has an impressive list of clients, including state, intermediate, and local educational agencies. Here is a partial list of clients with whom we have worked: Alabama Education Assoc., AL Alachua County Schools, FL Albany BOCES, Special Educators, NY Alliance for Education, Shreveport, LA American Assoc. of Peer Collaborators American Assoc. of School Personnel American Federation of Teachers Area Resource Center of Central KS Arlington ISD, TX Ashtabula County Educ. Service Center, OH Association of Teacher Educators Badgett Regional Coop. for Educ. Enhancement, KY Balston Spa School District, NY
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Extractions: Senior Project Manager Geri Scott brings more than 25 years of experience with the workforce development system to Jobs for the Future, where she is a member of the Building Economic Opportunities Group . She manages projects that develop policies and demonstrate a cadre of best practices for business to retain and advance low-wage workers. Ms. Scott has worked with a broad range of workforce development programs in Massachusetts and nationally. As Director of Vocational Education Programs for the Massachusetts Department of Manpower Development, she re-focused occupational training efforts to incorporate employers' skills standards, nearly doubling the resulting job placement rates. At the Massachusetts Office for Refugees and Immigrants, she managed the Refugee Employment and Education Program, strengthening linkages with the workforce development system to provide access for new Americans to training and job placement.
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Extractions: MCS Website The Personal Bit Dr. Merris Griffiths There's nothing I like better than tramping through fields, hiking up mountains and teetering on the brink of cliff paths (see Aber Ramblers I have an extensive preoccupation with coffee shops (and cakes!) and spend as much time as possible doing 'research' in this field. I 'make things', paint and draw (as a member of Clwb Art), follow the Wales art scene with interest, read whatever's within reach, watch far too much rubbish-TV, collect music by Donovan , and write lots of letters. Travel is another passion, but I don't get to do enough of it because I practically 'live' in my office (never mind - only another 35 years before I retire!) On a more formal note... A brief history of life in Merris World Education tHE Portfolio - Reflections on Teaching in Higher Education ILT Accreditation and Certification in HE Teaching PhD, Department of Education, UWA
Teacher Education | Faculty & Staff Information Elementary education University of massachusetts, Boston, MA. 1984 BFA. Special Assistantto the Dean of education. Pennsylvania State Universitystaff Associate. http://www.mscd.edu/~ted/dptinfo/faculty.shtml
Extractions: email@example.com 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 back to the top 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
Certificate Program In Staff Development initiative; Internship focused on staff development research, policy, or practicewith personnel in school districts, state departments, or higher education; http://education.umn.edu/EdPA/certificates/staff-dev.html
Extractions: Search the college University College Educational Policy and Administration Program The certificate program in staff development is designed to prepare leaders in designing, implementing, and evaluating learning opportunities for preK-12 educators and related staff. This 12- to 15-credit graduate-level program offers professional development opportunities for teachers, administrators, and others involved in school improvement initiatives. Throughout the program, students are required to reflect on their learning, make explicit connections between theory and practice, and design staff development processes and materials for use in their own work contexts. Through the program, participants will:
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