Certificate Program In Staff Development office or on the Web www.education.umn.edu be mailed and Certificate in StaffDevelopment will the students official University of minnesota transcript 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:
Extractions: Search the college University College Educational Policy and Administration Licensing for educational administrators Changing societal and technological cultures, combined with an increasingly diverse school-aged population, have resulted in escalating learning demands. There must be a shift in individual and organizational development models so that opportunities for learning and reflection are continuous in todays schools for teachers, non-certified personnel, and administrators. 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.
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Extractions: Advanced Search About NCSL Services Overview ... State-Federal Relations var doctitle=document.title document.write(doctitle) Add to My NCSL ASSEMBLY ON FEDERAL ISSUES Hyatt Regency Hotel on Capitol Hill Washington D.C. May 10-12, 2001 COMMITTEE PRELIMINARY AGENDA (As of Tuesday, April 10, 2001) Committee Chair Delegate James H. Dillard, Virginia Vice Chairs Assemblywoman Barbara Cegavske, Nevada Representative Dan Gardner, Oregon Senator Jane Krentz, Minnesota Assemblyman Felix Ortiz, New York Committee Staff David Shreve, Senior Committee Director Amie Soumah, Staff Assistant Thursday May 10, 2001 11:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. Registration
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Extractions: Any exercise is better than watching TV, but you get the most cardiovascular benefit when you're in the "zone" your target heart rate zone, which depends on your age, ability level, and other factors. So before you hit the gym or trail, use this new calculator to figure out your own personalized target heart rate.
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Extractions: Northfield Public Schools has established the following goals for the district curriculum: Create and provide a consistent, articulate and flexible work plan to deliver student-centered curriculum. Provide a document for teachers that clearly delivers the expectations and outcomes for each grade level and/or course taught. Increase awareness of the need for curriculum design to be an ongoing process that is realistic and meaningful. Effectively communicate work done by design team with relevant staff.
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Extractions: Other Job Vacancies Education Vacancies is an on-line vacancy listing published by the Luther College Career Center. Education Vacancies provides information on K-12 education opportunities. Education Vacancies may be found on the Luther College Career Center's web site at: http://www.luther.edu/career/notices.htm. Job Vacancies is the companion vacancy listing for all types of jobs, except those in K-12 education. It also includes position openings at Luther College . It may be found at: http://www.luther.edu/career/jvacancy.html . Both listings are updated frequently. All vacancies received are coded by place of origin and dated. The code (LC 1-01-04), for example, indicates that the posting was received by Luther College on January 01, 2004. If you have a job you would like to list with us, please fax the position opening to (563 new area code) 563-387-2628 or email: email@example.com
PLS Client List Federation of Teachers, MN; Minneapolis Public Schools, MN; minnesota Federationof Nat l Council of States on Inservice education; Nat l Drop Nat l staff dev. 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
Extractions: February 1998/Volume 81 Use of Hazardous Substances in the Care of Rural Cancer Patients Current Practice Standards David E. Gangeness, Pharm.D., Byron J. Crouse, M.D., and Thomas E. Elliott, M.D. Abstract A growing number of rural cancer patients are receiving chemotherapy in hometown clinics and hospitals. Local access to cancer care offers many advantages to patients and providers, but is it safe to give intravenous chemotherapy? What precautions should be taken? Most physicians are well aware of the regulations pertaining to the use of universal precautions to prevent the spread of infectious diseases. A similar approach should be used for hazardous substances. As health care leaders and employers, physicians need to know the risk of exposing employees and themselves to potentially hazardous substances like chemotherapeutic agents. This paper offers current information for physicians to consider when providing cancer care in local health care facilities. Most rural physicians who care for cancer patients are family practitioners and general surgeons. Cancer specialists, such as medical oncologists, hematologists, radiation therapy oncologists, oncology surgeons, and oncology clinical nurse specialists, are generally clustered in metropolitan areas.
Extractions: In the Team Management form of governance, the Regional Management Team works together to provide Regional services to the membership. All Team members are equal in their level of responsibility. The higher authority is the International Board of Directors , with all 8 team members answering equally to the IBOD. Each Team Member is responsible for a group of team members. If you have questions, contact the team member in charge of the task. Include your chorus/quartet name or BBSHOP in the subject field for ease in sorting emails. Also FYI or NEED RESPONSE! is helpful Regional Management Team CHAPTER COORDINATOR: Elected by Membership, Term: 2 yrs
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Extractions: NWRDC SHORTCUTS Home New Items/Press The NWRDC Our Programs ... Local Issues (Flood Wrap, Farm Wrap, etc.) Transportation Meeting Schedules Staff List Region 1 Data ... Red River Basin LOCAL RESOURCES Area Weather The Economic Development Program is designed to assist in the creation of new jobs by providing general planning guidance, technical assistance for specific industrial projects and services to local units of government. BACKGROUND The counties of the region have been designated as an Economic Development Planning District of the U.S. Economic Development Administration. The Commission has also formed a cooperative agreement with the Minnesota Department of Trade and Economic Development in relationship to providing services within the Region. These relationships have resulted in the Commission providing a point of contact where communities or individuals can obtain information on all types of assistance available for economic development and direct professional services. FUNDING SOURCES The U.S. Economic Development Administration (EDA) and RDC Tax Levy.
Resources: Professional Dev't And Teacher Support a national collaborative structure to support local staff development efforts WebA project of the University of minnesota College of education and the http://www.benton.org/publibrary/schools/resources6.html
Extractions: This site offers a national collaborative structure to support local staff development efforts. OII came from the vision of two classroom teachers, Ferdi Serim and Bonnie Bracey, who recognized the need for professional development activities that would help other teachers become part of the Internet community. The OII Entry Points and CyberSeminar enable participants to develop skills in computer basics, connectivity, exploration and evaluation, navigation and research, communication, and curriculum development and presentation. The classroom educators and proponents of systemic reform who created the Online Internet Institute believe that computers and other educational technologies should be used to support, not replace, the teacher. Project MOST (Missouri Supporting Teachers) Project MOSTis a consortium of statewide education leaders planning a program of education reform and technological innovation. Their integrated teacher support system and network infrastructure is designed around the needs of teachers implementing math and science curriculum through problem-based learning and computational science techniques.
ISD 270 - G Policies: GCLA . INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT 270 Hopkins, minnesota CONFERENCE ATTENDANCEREQUEST. Building or District, staff dev. Director of Community education, $. http://www.hopkins.k12.mn.us/Pages/District/Policy/GPlcy/gcla.html
Extractions: [Policies - Table of Contents] [Hopkins Homepage] It is the policy of Independent School District 270 that employee attendance at educational conferences will be permitted when such attendance is deemed in the best interest of the District. Attendance at conferences at full or partial expense of the district shall be confined to the purposes of: performing ones duties, representing the district, improving the learning environment, seeking professional growth, and contributing to the achievement of District-wide goals. Absence with pay shall be allowed for attendance at approved educational conferences. All requests to attend conferences shall be made in writing to the Superintendent, or designee who is the approving agent, upon the Conference Attendance Request form , stating the purpose of the conference, the dates the person expects to be away, the potential value of the conference attendance to the school district, and the estimated conference expenses. Approved conference expenses shall be paid by the school district upon proper evidence of expenses in accordance with rules and regulations GCLA-R. Adopted: June 17, 1993
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Extractions: OVERVIEW: With the exception of sessions I and II (information about which may be found below), each professional development session runs either 3 or 6 hours (half day or full day) and offers participants the opportunity to explore, in depth, a new skill, concept, or idea related to evaluation. Professional Development sessions are offered independently of the regular sessions for the conference and require a separate fee in order to attend. FEES: Half day sessions for members are $75 and whole day sessions are $150. For students the fees are $40 and $80 respectively and for non-members the fees are $100 and $200. Register for these using the conference registration form. SESSION LIST: Professional Development Sessions are offered according to time period: Session Time Date Off-Site Opportunities various 30-31 Oct 00 Tuesday Full-Day Sessions 31 Oct 00 Wednesday Full-Day Sessions 1 Nov 00 Wednesday A.M. Sessions 1 Nov 00 Wednesday P.M. Sessions 1 Nov 00 Sunday A.M. Sessions 5 Nov 00 Off-Site Opportunities Various 30-31 Oct 00 Note: In order to register for Session 1 or 2, you must contact the session organizers directly rather than use your regular conference registration.
Publications Of Interest States), foreign nurse graduates in minnesota, employing organizations Employer responsesto differentiated nursing education. J NURSES staff dev 15(5) 18592 http://www.ucihs.uci.edu/cspcn/publicat.htm
Extractions: Publications of Interest (Updated 1/18/02) also check references provided at AACN: http://www.aacn.nche.edu/CaringProject/reference.htm NURSING WORK FORCE Report on Florida's nursing work force issues (November 2001). Buerhaus, P., Donelan, K., DesRoches, C., Lamkin, L., Mallory, G. (2001). State of the oncology nursing workforce: problems and implications for strengthening the future. Nursing Economic$ , 19(5). Survey responses from oncology nurses, oncologists, and nurse executives from cancer facilities regarding their perceptions of staffing adequacy, the influence of different venues of cancer care on these perceptions, and the implications for building the future workforce. http://www.ons.org/images/Library/ons_publications/PDFs/PressReleases/Workforce.pdf Seago, JA., Ash, M., Spetz, J., Coffman, J., Grumbach, K. (2001). Hospital registered nurse shortages: environmental, patient, and institutional predictors. Health Serv Res earch. 36(5):831-52. Aiken LH, Clarke SP, Sloane DM, Sochalski JA, Busse R, Clarke H, Giovannetti P, Hunt J, Rafferty AM, Shamian J. (2001) Nurses' reports on hospital care in five countries.