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41. Regional Distribution Manager Jobs In Regional Distribution Manager Job Search.
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42. IUP Education Courses For Summer II 97
IUP education Courses for Summer II 97. STR 327 MA 681 003 STAT EDUC QUANT LIT 3.0staff MTWRF 0800A0500P 004 QUANT LIT CURRIC dev 3.0 staff MTWRF 0800A
IUP Education Courses for Summer II 97
Prepared on July 02, 1997 DP CRS SEC TITLE CRD INSTRUCTOR DAYS TIME BLD RM - EL 313 001 TCH OF MATH IN EL SC 3.0 J R Myers MTWRF 0100P-0300P STR 327 EM 654 M C Enderson MTWRF 0900A-1200P STR 240 EM 655 001 MATH FOR EARLY CHLD 3.0 J L Gorman MTWRF 0100P-0400P STR 302 MA 100 001 INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA 3.0 D A Balenovich MTWRF 0315P-0515P STR 231 MA 101 001 FOUNDATIONS OF MATH 3.0 J S Angelo MTWRF 0800A-1000A STR 327 002 FOUNDATIONS OF MATH 3.0 J S Angelo MTWRF 1015A-1215P STR 327 003 FOUNDATIONS OF MATH 3.0 D A Balenovich MTWRF 0100P-0300P STR 240 MA 110 001 ELEMENTARY FUNCTIONS 3.0 C R Maderer MTWRF 1015A-1215P STR 333 MA 121 001 CALC I NAT/S S/BUS 4.0 F W Morgan MTWRF 0800A-1030A STR 329 002 CALC I NAT/S S/BUS 4.0 D C Peterson MTWRF 0100P-0330P STR 229 MA 124 001 CALC II PHYS/CHEM 4.0 G E Mitchell MTWRF 0800A-1030A STR 232 MA 152 001 ELEMENTS OF MATH II 3.0 J R Myers MTWRF 1015A-1215P STR 302 MA 214 D H Frank MTWRF 0100P-0300P STR 232 MA 217 J Zhang C R Maderer MTWRF 0315P-0515P STR 226 MA 421 001 ADVANCED CALCULUS I 3.0

43. SETDA's NLI Toolkit 2003 - Virtual Schools And Distance Learning
massachusetts Department of education, massachusetts Recommended Criteria Nationaleducation Association, Guide to Online National staff Development Council, E

1. Chapter Summary

2. Standards and Quality Policy Guidelines

3. Program Evaluation Policy Guidelines

4. Professional Development Policy Guidelines
... Toolkit Home Resources Standards and Quality: Higher Education Program and Policy Council of the American Federation of Teachers, Distance Education: Guidelines for Good Practice, 2000, The Institute for Higher Education Policy, Quality on the Line: Benchmarks for Success in Internet-Based Distance Education, 2000, Massachusetts Department of Education, Massachusetts Recommended Criteria for Distance Learning Courses, National Education Association, Guide to Online High School Courses, 2002, National Staff Development Council, E-Learning for Educators: Implementing the Standards for Staff Development, 2001, North Carolina Department of Public Instruction, Policy on Online Learning,

44. Board Members - Health Ministries Association
937253-9858 Board Chairs - Chapter dev. 43065 staff Continuing education Coordinator Dr
Executive Committee - President
Sharon Adkins

198 Johnson Hollow Road
Portland, TN 37148
Work: 615-343-2019
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Executive Committee - Finance Chair Nancy L. Nielsen 1522 Sixth St, Unit B Berkeley, CA 94718 Work: 415-561-2321 Fax: 415-561-2313 Home:510-559-3615 Executive Committee - IMM Past President Sharon A. Stanton MS, BSN, RN 1940 Tiner Court Cumming, GA 30041 Work: 404-851-5721 Fax: 404-851-4832 Home:678-947-0861 Executive Committee - Secretary Marlene A. Feagan 417 East Third Street Newport, KY 41071 Work: 859-292-4149 Fax: 859-291-8885 Executive Committee - Vice President Rebecca Anton MSN, RN 7601 Still River Way Sacramento, CA 95831 Work: 916-428-7927 Fax: 916-428-3241 Home:916-428-7927 Board Chairs - Chapter Development Chair Sharon A. Becker RN 5792 Redbird Court Dayton, OH 45431 Work: 937-227-9452 Fax: 937-227-9451 Home:937-253-9858

45. APA Division 7 - Developmental Psychology
Science Foundation, represented by staff from NSF Members of the education and TrainingCommittee (2001 W. Daehler (Chair), University of massachusetts, marvin.w
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DOTDEP stands for D IRECTORS O F T RAINING IN DE VELOPMENTAL P SYCHOLOGY and is the major initiative of the Education and Training Committee of Division 7 of APA. Mission
The overarching missions of DOTDEP are
_ to foster and enhance academic training in developmental psychology and its related specialties, and:
_ to serve the needs of directors/heads of developmental psychology training programs.
To implement these goals, DOTDEP has conducted several programs over the past two years and is in the process of planning more. Additional information will be posted about new activities as details are completed.

Graduate Developmental Programs

We are currently providing a listing of graduate programs that offer training in developmental psychology and related disciplines. Click here if you would like to go to this listing. Each program identified in the electronic brochure includes a link to its own home web site. Thus if you wish to obtain further information about a program, you can reach it quickly. In addition, a contact person is identified should you have a specific question not addressed in the program's web site.

46. Employment Opportunities
College degree in Ed., Child dev. of guest lecturers from academic institutions,industry, and other establishments to augment education staff members in Resources/jobs.htm
Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History
Job Opportunities
last updated Position Dept. Status Qualifications
Director of Education and Public Programs
Education FT SUMMARY
Plans, directs, and manages educational program of museum by performing the following duties personally or through subordinate supervisors. College degree in Ed., Child Dev. History or related fields. MA. Preferred in Education, Arts or Museum Management or two to four years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following. Other duties may be assigned. Participates in institutional strategic planning to determine goals and scope of education programs for institution. Develops and oversees department budget and expenses, and collaborates with management to identify funding sources to support education activities, programs, and materials. Provides leadership and supervision for recruitment, training, and evaluation of the program developers, museum teachers, docents and volunteers. Provides expertise that contributes to long- range planning and effective team management of the Museum’s resources.

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48. El Paso ISD > Employee Directory
BRAGINTON, CRAIG A, JOHNSON, Special education Life Elementary, 915832-3940. BRASSELL,DORINDA L, staff dev, Department Clerk 303 221 Days, 915-587-1155.

49. About Breaking Ranks—Revisited
Exec. Dir., Nat l staff dev. Council, Dallas. Willard Daggett, Ed.D. photo, WillardDaggett Ed.D., President, Int l Center for Leadership in education, NY.

50. Staff - Centre For Adult And Community Education
staff. Interests Higher education; Critical Theory and Adult Learning Theories;Teaching Michael Kenny, Contract Lecturer MAgrSc (Rural dev.) Tel (01) 708

Contact Courses General Information ... Staff Choose Department Adult Education Applied Social Studies Ancient Classics Anthropology Biology Chemistry Computer Science Economics Education Electronic Engineering English Experimental Physics French Geography German Local History Mathematics Mathematical Physics Modern History Modern Irish Music Philosophy Psychology Sociology Spanish
NUIM: Department of Adult and Community Education
Anne Ryan, Acting Head
BA, MEd., PhD.
Tel: (01) 708 3683
E-mail: Interests:
Community Development in Ireland and Overseas; Gender and Development Issues; Adult and Community Education; Sustainable Community Development Linda Borys, Tutor
BA (Toronto), Dip. in Social Administration; MSW (Wilfred Laurier), NQSW
Tel: (01) 708 3951
E-mail: Interests: Counselling and Community Development; Experiential Groupwork.
Brid Connolly, Lecturer MA Tel: (01) 708 3306 E-mail: Interests: Gender; Community Education and Development; Group Work; Creativity. Mary Corbally, Executive Assistant

51. Resource Library Inclusion
D. (ed.) (1994) Peterborough, NH Society for developmental education inclusion,learning Module 2 from ÒCreating inclusive school communities A staff dev.
RISE Resource Library
Library holdings are listed alphabetically by title within the major headings. Hopefully, someday you will be able to do a search. Keywords following each citation may help you in selecting the correct title. For our partner schools. we will deliver what you need. Others will need to come in to our library in 405 Ball Hall.
Page Navigation Page 1 Inclusion/Curriculum Adaptations Autism Disabilities/General
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Behavior Management Collaboration/Teaming/Family
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Reading/Learning Disabilities Augmentative/Alternative Communication Multiple Intelligences Youth Transition Videos

Inclusion /Curriculum Adaptations
  • 1-2-3- ART. Warren, J. (1985) Warren Publishing House, Inc. curriculum Reference Book
  • A facilitatorÕs guide to ÒFacing inclusion: The inclusion seriesÓ (companion to videotape ÒFacing inclusionÓ). Backler, A., et al. (1995) Bloomington, IN: - inclusion, disability awareness, co-teaching, collaboration Manual
  • A Step by Step Guide to Successful Grant Writing. Kyser, J. A. Conference materials

52. Staff Bios
Sarabeth Matilsky, 23 Boston, massachusetts. He says, education was not somethingI thought about. In 2003, our junior staff included. Session 1
Grace mostly wrote these bios, so anything that sounds arrogant is her fault. You'll find descriptions here of some of the 2003 staff. You can expect a lot of the same staff for 2004, but we probably won't post new bios until spring or summer. Note that Sarabeth has evolved into year round staff, see below.) Be sure to also see our links page for websites pertaining to past and present staff peoplesome great stuff there. Directors Grace Llewellyn, 39
Eugene, Oregon Grace is most well known for her book, The Teenage Liberation Handbook: how to quit school and get a real life and education . She's also the co-author and/or editor of 3 other books, most recently Guerrilla Learning: how to give your kids a real education with or without school (with Amy Silver), and she is working on a new book. A former school teacher, Grace founded NBTSC in 1996. Since 1991, she has been involved in the un/homeschooling movement in numerous waysshe has spoken at numerous conferences, directed a resource center, and produced a mail order book catalog for unschoolers. In her other life, Grace performs bellydance occasionally for festivals, restaurants, parties, and other events. Her more official bio (on her publishing website) is here , links to interviews with and articles about her are here , and her personal website is here At camp

53. Cerid Administration And Staff
Mr. Badri dev Pande M.Ed., MA (Philippines), MS (educationUSA a corpus of anotherfifty-eight senior and junior administrative and support staff members manning
Administration and Staff Under the umbrella of the Tribhuvan University, CERID receives financial and human resource support from the University. The Executive Director, who heads the Centre, is appointed by the University on tenure.
Within the rules and regulations prescribed by University CERID enjoys quite a great degree of freedom in undertaking and implementing activities in its own. As CERID believes in the spirit of team work, and collective leadership, the mode of operation is based on forming working groups and fective co-ordination. CERID has the following researchers : Mr. Bajra Raj Shakya (Professor). M.Ed., Ph.D. (Development Education-USA) Mr. Badri Dev Pande. M.A. (Education), Ph.D. (Higher Education - USA) Mr. Bharat Bilas Pant. M.Ed. (Evaluation) Post-graduate Diploma (Australia). Mr. Bidya Nath Koirala. M.Ed., Ph.D. (Education and Administration-Canada) Mr. Bijaya Kumar Thapa. M.A. (Statistics), Ph.D. (Educational Finance-Canada) Mr. Hafiz Mohammd Zahid Parwez. M.A. (Sociology) Mr. Hari Prasad Upadhyaya. M.A. (Economics)

54. Reading Symposium: Appendix B
Vanessa Garza Former US Department of education staff Reading of Excellence Act. LindaMartin massachusetts Department Of education 350 Main Street
APPENDIX B * Participants List
Margarita Ackley

U.S. Department of Education
330 C St. SW, Room 5611
Washington, DC 20202
(202) 205-0506 (P)
(202) 401-6168 (F)
Eve Agee
Former U.S. Department of Education Staff
America Reads Challenge Carol Ashton Missouri Dept. of Education 1863 S. Oakmont Ave. Springfield, MO 65809 (417) 885-3882 (P) (417) 885-3856 (F) Diane August August and Associates 4500 Wetherill Rd. Bethesda, MD 20816 (301) 229-5077 (P) (301) 229-5087 (F) Anne Barnosky School District of Philadelphia Edison Cluster 2603 N. 5th St., 5th floor Philadelphia, PA 19133

55. Planning Dept. - Franklin Regional Council Of Governments - Western Massachusett
is a threestate project involving massachusetts, Vermont, and Planning staff areworking on implementation projects We also provide education and outreach to
Through Planning and Development, the Franklin Regional Council of Governments provides a broad array of planning services and support for municipal officials. The Planning Staff provides technical assistance in zoning and subdivision regulations, grant writing, transportation planning, land use planning, forest and farmland preservation, natural resource planning, and historic preservation. In addition, Planning and Development provides Census and other socioeconomic and land use data and Geographic Information System mapping products and services. For further information on Planning and Development services, either click on a button to the left or simply scroll down.
Planning and Development prepares and updates the Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy (CEDS) for the greater Franklin County region. The CEDS makes Franklin County towns eligible to receive Federal Economic Development Administration (EDA) funding and identifies specific economic development projects. Members of the CEDS Policy Committee and various regional agencies including the FRCOG are actively pursuing funding to support projects identified in the CEDS. The FRCOG also assists member towns and businesses with the Massachusetts Economic Development Incentive Program
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studies which can be used to support economic development related to agricultural, heritage and recreational tourism are underway or have been completed in six of our towns including Ashfield, Buckland, Sunderland, Montague, Erving, and Northfield.

56. Contemporary Arts Center
at Mount Holyoke College in massachusetts before accepting an in museums at HarvardGraduate School of education. In addition, Heather is the staff contact for
Jake Ashcroft Director of Security

Jake Ashcroft, an ordained minister in the Apostolic Episcopal Church, is a seasoned security professional certified in AED, CPR and First Aid and Oxygen Administration. After serving in the U.S. Army for more than eight years, Jake obtained national accreditation in Advanced Training in Security Operations. Since then, he has served in the security industry establishing new and improved security operations for facilities and organizations locally. As Director of Security at the CAC, Jake develops and implements operations procedures related to the security of the building, assets and staff in conjunction with the local police and fire departments. In addition, Jake is responsible for public safety, first aid response and emergency evacuation procedures.
Betsy Atzel Hussey Event Coordinator

Betsy Hussey returns to the CAC to fulfill a new role as the Event Coordinator. Betsy will create, oversee and execute the external facility rental program as well as work directly with corporations and individuals who wish to rent the facility for special events such as business meetings, weddings, receptions, award banquets, etc. Betsy, a graduate of State University of New York at Binghamton's Master of Business Administration program, brings nine years of event marketing and production experience to her new role at the CAC. During her career, Betsy has produced over 100 large and small-scale events providing the intimate detail to serve as few as 45 people and the mangement contractors to serve as many as a 1 million people; and all sizes in between. Betsy most recently held the position of Managing Director at SourceOne Marketing Communications, Inc. Betsy also holds a degree in Fine Arts from the University of Cincinnati.

57. Faculty And Staff
The staff. Aimee Breslow I-dev Senior Administrator and SC D Assistant DirectorA SAIS in Ljubljana, Slovenia - an NGO providing civic education and political
I-Dev Mission I-Dev Program
M.A. Requirements ... Contact Us Faculty William A. Douglas - Adjunct Professor and I-Dev Interim Director
Dr. Douglas is an educator, trained in the field of international relations, and specializes in democracy in developing countries, international labor affairs, and international ethics. He has taught university students at SAIS, adults in a mid-career graduate program at Georgetown University, foreign visitors to the U.S., U.S. Foreign Service officers, and Latin American, African, and East European trade unionists. He has over three decades of practical experience in international labor affairs, and has lived and worked for extended periods in Europe, Latin America, and Asia (where he has twice been a Fulbright Lecturer in Korea). At SAIS, he co-teaches Labor in Developing Countries and teaches Ethics, Choice and a Just World Order. He holds a B.A. in political science from the University of Washington, an M.A. from SAIS, and a Ph.D. in Politics from Princeton University. Monica Brand
Microfinance and Development
with Maria Otero Joseph W. Davis

58. Thurston Geodata Center - Staff
education BS Range Management, University of Wyoming, 1977. BS Outdoor RecreationPlanning, Univ. of Wyoming, 1978. dev. Consultant, 198994.
Andrew Kinney GIS Manager
phone: (360) 754-4458 Education:
B.S. Range Management, University of Wyoming, 1977.
B.S. Outdoor Recreation Planning, Univ. of Wyoming, 1978.
M.S. Resource Geography, Oregon State University, 1982.
Work Experience:
Geographer/GIS Specialist, US EPA, 1978-89.
GIS Manager, Thurston GeoData Center, 1994 - present Kim Beckwell Sr. IT Analyst - GIS
phone: (360) 754-4594 x7325 Education:
B.S. in Business/Economics, Drury College, 1991.
Work Experience: GIS Technician, Thurston GeoData Center 1995-97 Sr. IT Analyst - GIS, Thurston GeoData Center, 1997 - present. Projects: Amy Calahan IT Analyst - GIS abc phone: (360) 754-4594 x7326 Education: A.A.S. Forest Resources Technology, Mt. Hood Community College, 1998 B.S. Ecology/GIS, The Evergreen State College, 2000

59. Education World® : School Administrators Center : Archives : Staffing
This week, education World takes a closeup look at are the keys to a successful staffdevelopment program and an MIT Ph.D. failed the massachusetts new-teacher
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