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81. Peer Coaching Links
Peer Coaching An Effective staff development Model for the National Center for Bilingualeducation at http edu Coaching Course, a professional dev program by Site/PeerCoach/CoachLinks.html
The Need for a Peer Coaching Program Coordinator
Organizations ...
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Organizations Supporting Peer Coaching:
The National Staff Development Council This is the major professional organization to focus exclusively on the professional development of educators and the organizational development of educational institutions. The NSDC holds a terrific conference early each December, publishes the quarterly Journal of Staff Development , the monthly The Developer and the School Improvement Team Innovator . The NSDC maintains a active connection with educational research and theory but keeps its approach very practical and practitioner-oriented. The NSDC specialty is bridging the gap between research, theory and practice. Members are balanced between school personnel, private consultants, regional educational service center and laboratory staff, and university faculty. NSDC has 36 state and provincial affiliates which provide local support to staff developers. (See the section titled "Events" on this site for more info.) The NSDC can be contacted at P.O. Box 240, Oxford, Ohio, 45056. Their phone is (513) 523-6029 & FAX is (513) 523-0638. For membership contact Shirley Havens.

82. UNO's Counseling Graduate Program - Faculty And Staff
in Washington, DC, a certified school psychologist in pennsylvania, and an Sigma Iotacounseling honor society, Phi Delta Kappa educational honor society staff.
Recipient of the
ACES 2001-2002 Robert Frank Outstanding Program Award

Education Building - Room 348
UNO's Lakefront Campus
New Orleans, LA 70148
Telephone (504) 280-6661, Fax (504) 280-6453 General Information
Program Mission and Objectives

Faculty and Staff

Prospective Students
UNO Links
Full-Time Faculty Dr. Teresa Christensen
Email - Telephone (504) 280-7434 Publications Dr. Christensen Dr. Barbara Herlihy Email - Telephone (504) 280-3990 Publications Dr. Herlihy Dr. Diana Hulse-Killacky Email - Telephone (504) 280-6662 Publications Dr. Hulse-Killacky holds an M.S. and an Ed.D. from Indiana University. Her teaching and research interests include group work training and practice, corrective feedback exchange in group settings, process observation as a teaching tool, counseling supervision, and mentoring for professional development. She has co-authored two books: Critical Incidents in Group Therapy and Making Task Groups Work in Your World Dr. Vivian McCollum

83. State System Of Higher Education - News Lette
from the US Department of education through its and West Chester Universities ofPennsylvania – are working with administrators, teachers and staff in the
November 2003
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Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education
Office of the Chancellor
Dixon University Center
2986 N. Second St.
Harrisburg, PA 17110
717-720-7040 (TTY)
Charles A. Gomulka
Chairman, Board of Governors
Judy G. Hample
With more than 104,000 students - 90 percent of them Pennsylvania residents - the State System is the Commonwealth's largest higher education provider. More than 375,000 State System alumni live and work in Pennsylvania. The State System offers hundreds of undergraduate and graduate degree programs, as well as certification and continuing education studies, in fields such as education, math, science, social sciences and healthcare and new high-demand technology degrees like biotechnology and nanofabrication technology. Keystone University Network - the online learning network of the System's universities and their partners - brings the educational offerings of those great universities to you anywhere - anytime. For organizations seeking to enhance employees' skills, it offers online job training and professional development. Keystone Library Network links the 14 university libraries and the State Library, providing access to millions of resources, including full-text articles of more than 5,000 journals.

84. AIAEE Paper 2001
Faculty, and Support staff Perceptions of Offfarm Employment and Agricultural Educationin Ireland. USA Michigan State University pennsylvania State University
Authors and Papers Presented Page Acker, David G. Iowa State University, USA Food Security and Socio-political Stability in the Balkans: The Role of
Agricultural Education
Alonge, Adewale Johnson Miami-Dade Public School System, USA Staying Relevant in the Info-biotechnology Age: An Assessment of the
Challenges and Opportunities for Agricultural Extension in the 21st Century
Beilin, Ruth Andreata, Stephanie University of Melbourne, Australia
University of Melbourne, Australia After the Group: Extending the Farmer Bjelland, Denise
Jones, B. Lynn Iowa State University, USA
Iowa State University The Use of Photo Elicitation in Rural China as Data Collection Method Boz, Ismet
Verma, Satish Kahramanmaras Sutcu Imam Univ, Turkey
Louisiana State University, USA Factors Influencing Adult Volunteer 4-H Leadership in Louisiana Brewer, Frank
Lillis, Seamus Michigan State University, USA
University College Dublin, Ireland Emerging Trends: Collaborative Programming Between Michigan State
University, the Republic of Ireland, and the Department of Agriculture and Rural Development in Northern Ireland
Bruening, Thomas H. Pennsylvania State University, USA

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