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Further MA Modules You can choose modules delivered by either the Faculty of education or, for specificHE modules, the staff and Student Development Department (details below). http://www.ssdd.uce.ac.uk/eddev/ma.htm
Extractions: Participants on the PG Cert in Education (Learning and Teaching in HE) can continue on the MA Education , either to gain a PG Dip or the full MA. You can choose modules delivered by either the Faculty of Education or, for specific HE modules, the Staff and Student Development Department (details below). Increasingly, staff at UCE are recognizing the value of these additional, work-related academic qualifications, and at the Autumn 2003 exam board, 33 staff members gained the PGCert, eleven reached the PGDip, and a further four were awarded the Masters. STRUCTURE OF THE MA EDUCATION PG Cert
Extractions: Ops Management Michael Best Yao Chen Riaz Khan David A. Lewis ... James P. Monahan Marketing Clare L. Comm Braxton Hinchey Valerie Kijewski Duncan G. LaBay Management Information Systems Edward T. Chen Luvai F. Motiwalla Leo L. Pipino Eunsang Yoon ... C.P. (Monty) Carter is Professor of Accounting in the College of Management. He is responsible for teaching the first accounting course (60.201- Accounting/Financial), which is required by College of Management students. During the last ten years, over 4,000 students were enrolled in his classes. In 1995, and 1998, Professor Carter received the Student Government Association's Teaching Excellence Award in the College of Management. In 1998 and 1999 Professor Carter was recognized for teaching excellence by the National Conservation for Academics and Sports and the National Collegiate Athletic Association. Professor Carter's research interests are twofold: accounting education and accounting practice. Dr. Carter is a pioneer in the development of computer materials in accounting education. His work has resulted in books and computer programs published by both Houghton Mifflin Company and MacGraw Hill/Irwin Companies. His published materials have been used by over 400,000 students in the United States and internationally. Professor Carter's accounting practice research concerns current topics related to his teaching. His research has been published in journals such as the Accounting Historians Journal, Atlantic Economic, Interface, Massachusetts CPA Review, National Public Accountant, Ohio CPA, Oil, Gas and Energy Quarterly, and Quarterly Review of Economics and Business.
BFCCS - Staff Profile - Overview staff Listing (Click on a header to sort the list 12, K8, BA, University of MassachusettsMA Creative Teacher - K, 1997, 13, Early Childhood education, BS, Boston http://www.bfccs.org/main/Staff/Overview.asp?Sort=3
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Directory staff development Division, ROSALINDA G. CAPINPIN, Trunkline, Loc. 2082. ChiefEducation Program Specialist, email email@example.com, Learning Resource dev. http://www.deped.gov.ph/New Directory.htm
Extractions: CENTRAL OFFICE LIST OF OFFICIALS As of September 9, 2003 OFFICE NAME/POSITION Telephone Numbers OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY EDILBERTO C. DE JESUS Secretary Mini-PABX Trunklines:6337208;6337228;6341925 email : firstname.lastname@example.org Fax Trunkline : 632-1361 to 71 Loc. 2003 FE A. HIDALGO Direct Line Fax email: email@example.com Trunkline : Loc. 2102; 2106 RAMON C. BACANI Direct Line Undersecretary for Regional Operations Fax email: firstname.lastname@example.org Trunkline : Loc. 2302 JUAN MIGUEL LUZ Direct Line Undersecretary for Finance and Fax Administration Trunkline : Loc. 2007; 2221 email: email@example.com JOSE LUIS C. GASCON Direct Line Undersecretary for Legal Affairs and Fax Legislative Liaison Trunkline : Loc. 2071; 2225 email: firstname.lastname@example.org TEODORO R. CATINDIG Direct Line Assistant Secretary for Programs and Fax Projects Trunkline : Loc. 2121 email: email@example.com MA. LOURDES G. DE VERA Direct Line Assistant Secretary for Planning and Fax Development Trunkline : Loc. 2125 email: firstname.lastname@example.org MARIO P. BRAVO Direct Line Assistant Secretary For Legal Affairs Fax Trunkline : Loc. 2042, 2041
UD Biology - Faculty And Staff Faculty and staff Directory. WORKSHOPS Webb, K., D. Wright, S. Wright, J. Seitzer(2000) Faculty Exchange Series, Fund for Educational development Grants dev. http://biology.udayton.edu/FacultyStaff/ShirleyWright.htm
Extractions: Dayton, OH 45469-2320 Office/Lab: SC-37B/215 Telephone: Fax: Email: Shirley.Wright@notes.udayton.edu Drs. David and Shirley Wright gave the academic challenge speech at the University of Dayton Convocation for new students on August 21, 2001. Research is directed towards understanding cell motility and the nuclear and cytoskeletal aspects of fertilization. Pronuclear development is a pivotal period during fertilization, because the successful genetic reactivation of the dormant sperm nucleus and maternal chromatin by egg cytoplasm is essential for bipartental embryonic development. One project of the lab is to use an in vitro nuclear system to elucidate the factors regulating male pronuclear development at the cellular and molecular levels. Another area of research analyzes the role of the cytoskeleton in the fertilization process. These projects utilize fluorescence microscopy, video microscopy, and biochemical techniques. The object of these investigations is to gain an understanding of the nucleocytoplasmic interactions in cells. Ph. D. Anatomy (1987). The University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA
Medical Staff Update - Fact File curriculum software and webbased educational tools include University of massachusettsand massachusetts Institute of He officially joined the staff of SUMMIT http://www-med.stanford.edu/shs/update/archives/oct2000/ff.html
Extractions: Physician documentation checklist offered Financial results announced for June, July Home Health moves to Prospective Payment System Physician order entry (POE) debut rescheduled to March ... New Hand Disinfection Program SUMMIT (Stanford University Medical Media and Information Technologies) is a partnership of physicians, engineers and other professionals who study, develop and implement cutting-edge medical education tools to serve students and practicing physicians. This month Fact File talks with Parvati Dev, director of SUMMIT; LeRoy Heinrichs, SUMMIT research affiliate and former chair of gynecology-obstetrics; and Jennifer Stringer, curriculum applications manager. F A C T S SUMMIT (Stanford University Medical Media and Information Technologies) is a research and development center in the School of Medicine. Its goal is to foster Stanford's educational presence through research and curricular project development, working in partnership with faculty, students and research groups Current projects:
Massachusetts Youth Soccer the official publication of the massachusetts Youth Soccer to discuss how our coachingstaff can assist their efforts at expanding coach education in Western http://www.mayouthsoccer.org/BayStater/aug02devcoaches.html
Extractions: Significant Happenings: There has been an awful lot of great soccer in the past three months. The World Cup wasnt the only event going on. In the last week of May we had a very successful Coach Education Directors seminar in Hopkinton with some great sessions. Memorial Day weekend is tournament time and a great way to kick off the summer. I attended tournaments in Nashua and Needham. These tournaments were choice opportunities for scouting. I saw a number of very good club players with their teams.
Extractions: @import url(http://www.seattleu.edu/parts/stylesheet.css); @import url(http://www.seattleu.edu/soe/parts/stylesheet.css); Our office excels at providing professional and comprehensive customer service with a personal touch. Our staff include: Beth Jackson, Ed.D. Assistant Dean and Director of Professional Development/Continuing Education Beth received her BA in English from the University of California, Davis, and her MA in Educational Leadership from the University of Washington. She received her Ed.D. in Educational Leadership from Seattle University in 1982. She has over 30 years of experience in public education, as a teacher at both the middle school and high school levels, and as an administrator. Her administrative experience includes high school principal (Kentridge High School) and assistant superintendent (Enumclaw School District). Beth enjoys traveling, playing volleyball, biking, golfing, and is happy to be owned by a black lab. Merica Whitehall Administrative Assistant for Professional Development/Continuing Education Merica received her BA in political science from the University of Nebraska-Omaha. She completed one year of study at Creighton University Law School then moved to Seattle to pursue a career in the arts. She enjoyed a 10 year career as an arts manager and performing artist. Merica is excited to support the mission of Seattle University, service and education, as a member of our department.
Maori Staff Profiles Maori staff Profiles. International Research Institute for Mâori and IndigenousEducation. Tohu BA, PGrad Dip. Psych, PhD (Social dev. Psych.) Otago. http://www.eo.auckland.ac.nz/maori/maori/Maori_Staff
Extractions: Turanga: Waahi: Acting Pro Vice-Chancellor (Mâori) Pro-Vice Chancellor (Mâori) Office Tohu: C.N.Z.M. Hon LLD (Auck) Iwi: Ngâpuhi Nui Tonu - Ngâti Kuri, Ngâti-Kahu, Te Aupouri, Te Rarawa C Dr Brad Coombes Turanga: Waahi: Lecturer Faculty of Arts - Geography Tohu: BA (Hons), PhD [Otago] Iwi: Kâti Mamoe/ Ngâti Kahungunu Professor Garth Cooper
Limestone College: Students, Faculty & Staff Professional Studies Physical education. Characteristics. Faculty. RhondaFleming, Assistant Professor of Physical education email@example.com http://www.limestone.edu/sfs/acad/profess/physed.htm
Extractions: Professional Studies : Physical Education Characteristics Our major in Physical Education, with concentrations in teacher certification, athletic training and fitness/wellness, offers graduates a variety of career options. The teacher certification program prepares students for Kindergarten through 12th grade public school teaching with small classes and hands-on experience in public school classrooms. The athletic training program directly involves students in their career preparation by enabling students to develop professional skills in the training room and on the playing field based on the concepts and knowledge that they learn in the classroom. The wellness/fitness program incorporates courses that develop administrative skills with coursework in the health/wellness/nutrition areas to prepare students for careers at YMCAs, health/fitness clubs and corporate wellness programs. Faculty
Pamela Tate worked with workforce development staff to develop CAEL consulting products, includingEducational Strategy Sessions stop career center system in massachusetts. http://www.cael.org/BusinessandIndustry/OurTeam.asp
Extractions: Pamela Tate, President and CEO Pamela J. Tate is President of the Council for Adult and Experiential Learning (CAEL) , a national, non-profit educational organization committed to expanding lifelong opportunities for adults and advancing experiential learning and its assessment. Joining CAEL in 1987, Tate has become nationally and internationally recognized for her work in facilitating workforce education and training programs among educational institutions, business, labor and government and for her efforts in assisting colleges and universities to develop systems of Prior Learning Assessment and quality assurance in adult learning programs. Born in Davenport, Iowa, she grew up in East Moline, Illinois and graduated from the University of Illinois at Champaign with masters degrees in both English and journalism. She completed her doctoral coursework at the Annenberg School of Communications, University of Pennsylvania. As a presenter, she is regularly sought out for her vision and insights into adult learning and workforce development and their vital relationship to the future of the economy.
Chapter 3 taken from National Center for education Statistics (NCES some are components of otherstaff development efforts ALL School in Worcester, massachusetts, is also http://www.rand.org/publications/MR/MR682/ed_ch3.html
Extractions: Chapter Three Chapter Two provided descriptions both of what is and what could be. The shape of the future use of technology to facilitate learning depends upon the decisions that are made by schools, school systems, states, teachers, and families. In turn, their decisions will largely be based on their perceptions concerning the importance and value of that technology. In this chapter, we want to explore the costs of acquiring learning environments that utilize significant levels of computing, telecommunications, and video. We begin with a brief effort to estimate current expenditures for education and then go on to look at the costs of the technology that was used by the group of schools that were described in Chapter Two. We use those data to make rough estimates of the continuing costs associated with decisions to equip schools and school faculties with equipment and capabilities similar to those in the schools we examined. Naturally, this implies a significant increase in technology-related expenditures over what is currently spent. Much of the current impetus to bring more technology into schools is not motivated by a desire to improve the learning of students in academic areas. Instead it is motivated by the sense that information and computational technology has become so ubiquitous in our lives that schools must develop the basic skills in students so that they can function in further schooling and work. Moving to the levels of technology in the five schools described in the preceding chapter accomplishes this goal but adds much more. Increasing the level of technology enables fundamental changes in pedagogy, in the information that students can use, and in the manner in which they use their time. These changes result in significant improvements in their learning.
Faculty & Staff Listing Office of the Associate Dean for education Curriculum. DEBRA L. KLAMEN, MD,MHPE, 5457932 Associate Dean for education and Curriculum. Faculty education. http://edaff.siumed.edu/html/faculty___staff_listing.htm