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21. Education World® : The State Of Technology Part 2: How Does Your School Measure
Smith, a classroom teacher with a business education background, became in chargeof technology integration and staff development. In pennsylvania, my position
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The State of Technology Part 2: How Does Your School Measure Up?
“I’ve seen the attitude of school districts regarding technology,” says instructional technology consultant Jamye Swinford. “Most place a lot of emphasis on equipment, but have technology coordinators who are not educators. It seems as though they put the equipment first and the education second.” Is she right? Discover what Swinford and nine other Tech Team members have to say about the state of technology in schools today. Included: Ten technology experts from Michigan, Missouri, Nebraska, New Jersey, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Texas, and Wisconsin provide an insider's look at the technology support available in U.S. schools. Three years ago, when Education World published its first TechTeam feature, most of our Tech Team members were classroom teachers; self-taught technology enthusiasts who volunteered to troubleshoot minor technical problems or provide on-the-run curriculum integration advice to their peers and to our readers. Today, our Tech Team is composed primarily of full time tech experts and classroom teachers with recognized technology training and credentials. It’s easy to assume, therefore, that the overall level of tech support in our nation’s schools has increased as well. But has it? Has our Tech Team’s high level of training been matched by adequate funding and staffing, by administrative support, by teacher enthusiasm?

22. St Joseph School
Mechanicsburg, pennsylvania. Interparish K8 school served by the Sisters of SS. Cyril and Methodius. Offers special education. Contact information, online version of student handbook, policies, calendar (graphics-dependent), staff directory.
Welcome to St. Joseph School, Mechanicsburg, PA. Building to Serve: See photos of the progress of the Parish Center demolition and construction. 2004 Vacation Bible School: Virtue Island
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23. Administration Resources Americas Education Revolution A Report From
better.( 370000)education; AdministrationSeries III staff DevFor descriptions see State College School District, pennsylvania, presents successful. strategies for the implementation of

24. Staff Educator / Department Of Education & Professional Dev Job - Lancaster Gene
Lancaster General. staff Educator / Department of education ProfessionalDev. Job Location Lancaster, PA Department / Facility
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Lancaster General
Job Location: Lancaster, PA
Department / Facility:
Department of Education and Professional Development
Full-time / 7:00-15:30 / Day shift
Provides comprehensive educational services, consultation, and continuing education for appropriate personnel.
Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing required. Requires current licensure as a Registered Professional Nurse, issued by the PA State Board of Nursing (for clinical staff educator positions).
Essential Job-Related Experience:
For clinical staff educator position: Two (2) years of telemetry/neuro clinical experience and two (2) years as a preceptor. Two (2) years of application toward adult learning in an informal setting.
Preferred Job-Related Experience:
Two (2) years of formal classroom teaching. Two (2) years developing educational activities. One (1) to two (2) programs/year, showing evidence of ongoing continuing education.
Salary is commensurate with qualifications and experience.

25. Lancaster General Job Listings
CRNA) / Anesthesia Lancaster, pennsylvania; Nurse Manager Internal Audit Lancaster,PA; staff Educator / Department of education Professional
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  • Unit Clerk / Supplemental Staff : Lancaster, PA

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  • 26. Faculty & Staff - Christ The King Lutheran School & King's Kids Child Dev Center
    education. She has ten years teaching experience, 3 years in Minnesota and 7 years at Sonshine Christian School in Santa Cruz, California before joining the staff 1700 pennsylvania Ave
    Visit the Christ the King Lutheran Church Web site
    Faculty and Staff
    CTK Lutheran School CTKLS Childcare
    Christ the King Lutheran School
    Pastoral Staff
    • Senior Pastor Rev. John Schmidt Assistant Pastor Rev. Tige Culbertson
    Administrative Faculty
    • Principal - Terry Christianson, BA, Certified 6-12 School Secretary - Charlene Kunka
    Teaching Faculty
    • Third Grade M - F Katie Snow , BA Second Grade M – F Debbie Fisher , BA First Grade M – F Ranotta Schmidt , BA First Grade M - F Alissa Nyholm , BA Kindergarten M – F Holly McNee , MA Pre-Kindergarten Room 4 M – F Rachel Peppin Pre-Kindergarten Room 8 M - F Katy Klein, CDA Preschool Room 6 M – F Tara Hearing Preschool Room 1 M - F Candice Reed
    Katie Snow
    Mrs. Snow is a graduate of Arizona State University with a B.A. in Elementary Education. She was raised in Scottsdale, AZ where she met and married her husband, Matt, in 1987. They have two daughters; Michelle, 10 and Jennifer, 8. Mrs. Snow has actively volunteered in her daughters' school. She has taught Fourth Grade and has worked in the Title I reading program in the Coeur d'Alene School District. She has also taught Third Grade in the Lakeland School District before coming to Christ the King Lutheran School. Mrs. Snow is very excited about being a part of our school. She is also looking forward to meeting all of her future students.

    27. Entrez PubMed
    staff dev. 1998 MarApr;14(2)87-94. PMID 9592434 PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE. Abstract, Essential Americans a poster session for essential education.

    28. East Stroudsburg University - Health Department
    parttime either as paid staff or volunteers take course work within health education,and within sites, East Stroudsburg University of pennsylvania will not

    29. Professional Dev.
    http// staff Development Lesson Plans. EducationWeek on the Web. http// pennsylvania Link to Learn Site.


    Lesson Plans and Activities

    Professional Organizations

    Middle School Digital Magazine for Kids Electronic Portfolios Staff Development Lesson Plans Education Week on the Web back to index
    Classroom Connect The Online Educator Pennsylvania Link to Learn Site Puzzlemaker Integrating the Internet WWW Virtual Education Library Educational Resource Information Center (ERIC) The Educator's Tool Kit
    (Links to subjects by grade level) K-12 Resources Busy Teacher Site New York Times Learning Network

    30. Staff Dev October 2002
    Kathy Nash, Moorpark HS. D2. 6-8 Physical education. PE Dr. MichaelSutliff, CalPoly San Luis. Deborah Patterson, CSUN. All Day. B-6. 6-8Art. Development/October 2002.htm
    Literacy Across the Curriculum – for All Students Location: Los Altos Middle School 8:00 a.m. – 3:15 p.m. Sign-in starts at 7:45 a.m. Continental Breakfast starts at 7:45 a.m. ALL Opening: Literacy in the Arts Katie Young; Speech Kids: Kelsey Rhodes, Brianna Woodard; Daniel Boyce; CineMagic “Lollipop Kids”; PVEF Grant Awardees Welcome: Dr. Howard Hamilton 8:00 – 9:15 a.m. Display Table: Bright Ideas ARTS Program Fundraiser: Art Print Sale Gym Grade Level Session Title Room # K Houghton – Mifflin Training Kathleen Berry, Houghton-Mifflin Trainers All Day A-6 Houghton – Mifflin Training Nina Mora, Houghton-Mifflin Trainers All Day A-7 Houghton – Mifflin Training Kate Griffin, Houghton-Mifflin Trainers All Day A-2 Literacy of Math Maria Guzman N/A B-1 Literacy of Science Judy Fessenden B-3 Response To Literature Joni Chancer Science Lab QSP Training Jennifer Clark N/A B-7 GATE Cluster Teachers Meeting the Needs of the GATE Student in your Class Nora Howells B-4 Sp. Ed.

    31. Current Staff And Faculty
    MS, University of pennsylvania; BS, Franklin and Marshall College. MC21, EducationalTech. MC89, Designing Human Performance TechnologyBased staff dev.
    Site Credits
    Tim McGee Courses Taught
  • Ph.D., U.C. Berkeley M.A., San Francisco State University B.A., San Francisco State University
  • Educational Tech. Across the Curr.
    Karen Warfield
  • A.S., Harcum College

    Natalie Alesi Graduate Assistant
  • B.S., Bloomsburg University of PA
  • Yuhong Chen Graduate Assistant
  • M.S., Villanova University B.S., Hefei University of Technology
    Dolly Bernard-Marks Courses Taught
  • M.S.I.T., Philadelphia University
  • B.S., West Chester University Web Design Intro to Flash Rebecca Britt Courses Taught
  • M.S., Capella University
  • B.A., Carson Newman College Intro to Flash MX Interactive Media I Interactive Media II: Director Jeanne Buckley Courses Taught
  • Ed.D., Columbia University
  • M.S., Syracuse University
  • 32. Education (EDU)
    ACADSR 40 62818 EDU 151T LED 2 Lang dev Chicano Child TBA @ EDU 192 INT Internship1.0 3.0 The staff TBA TBA @ EDU 197T TUT Tutoring In education 1.0 -2.0
    Education (EDU) , Fall 2004

    33. Education (EDU)
    STUDENTS ** 70675 ^ EDU 151 LEC 2 Lang dev Chicano Ch 40 @ EDU 192 INT Internship1.0 3.0 The staff TBA TBA @ EDU 197T TUT Tutoring In education 1.0 -2.0
    Education (EDU) , Fall 2003

    34. Teacher Education | Faculty & Staff Information
    19931995. Eastern Michigan University-Special Assistant to the Dean of education.1992 1985-88 pennsylvania State University-staff Associate. 1981-1984.
    Lisa Altmueller, Professor
    Special Education
    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
    Program Coordinator Special Education

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    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

    35. Teacher Education | Faculty And Staff Directory
    Elem. Ed. Ohio University. 1961 BS. Elementary education California University ofPennsylvania. Professional Experience Faculty, dev. 19711974
    Peggy L. Anderson, Professor
    Program Coordinator Special Education

    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 University of New Orleans- Assistant Professor Summerville School District, Summerville, SC-Special Education Teacher St. John's County, St. Augustine, FL- Special Education Teacher Nancy S. Bailey, Professor Reading
    Program Coordinator Secondary Education
    back to the top Academic Degrees: 1981 Ed.D. Reading Education University of Colorado, Boulder 1974 M.Ed Reading Education California State University 1971 B.A.

    36. BFCCS - Staff Profile - Overview
    staff Listing (Click on a header to sort the Arts, University of the Arts Certificate,pennsylvania Academy of K, 1997, 13, Early Childhood education, BS, Boston

    37. Virginia's Community Of Learning
    6/cu12.html Keywords staff development, research Improvement of the US Departmentof education. Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey, pennsylvania, and Washington DC

    38. Courses Completed
    College education Major CURRIC INSTRUCTION Campus GREAT VALLEY SEM CLASS GRCourse Credits Grade Grade Points C S 563 DSG staff dev PROG 3.0 A 12.00 C

    39. Staff
    HEAD staff. Continuing Professional development, Teaching and Learning inHigher education (TLHE) Coordinator, Jenni Wallace, 0171 753 5116. HE dev.
    Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions regarding the work of HEAD. Remember to use the Guest book to record your visit and comments. HEAD Staff Department Function Name Telephone HEAD Director Trevor Joscelyne HEAD PA/Centre Secretary Margaret Granville HEAD Centre Administrator Lis Coulthard HEAD Administrative Assistant, CE Project Liz Telford HEAD Administrative Assistant, Dyslexia Carol Jones HEAD Administrative Assistant, LaTID / Professional Development Jo Roman HEAD Administrative Assistant, RAGU Yinka Ogunniyi HEAD Administrative Assistant, Women's Development Programme / Continuing Vocational Education Irene Boateng HEAD Clerical Assistant Vacant Access/Pre-degree Work Head of Access Development Harinder Lawley Access/Pre-degree Work Helen Peters Access/Pre-degree Work Continuing Education Project - Manager Ruth Watson Access/Pre-degree Work Continuing Education Project - Outreach Worker Stephanie Pemberton Access/Pre-degree Work Dyslexia Support Service - Coordinator Ellen Morgan Access/Pre-degree Work Dyslexia Support Service - Psychologist Mary Rooney LaTID Project Manager Grainne Conole BP Research Fellow Martin Oliver Learning Technologist Bahman Jamshidnejad Continuing Professional Development Coordinator Michael Frearson Continuing Professional Development Teaching and Learning in Higher Education (TLHE) Coordinator Jenni Wallace Barbara Page Terry Jones Work Placements Officer Ed Tunnah Carole Leathwood Continuing Vocational Education - Manager

    40. 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.
    Where am I? Home Customized Professional Development PLS Client List
    Performance Learning Systems, Inc.
    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
    An Impressive List of Clients
    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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