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  1. Reflective Action Planning for Teachers: A Guide to Teacher-Led School and Professional Development (Resource Materials for Teachers) by Frost, 1997-07-01

1. Professional Development Program For General Staff
The University provides a range of opportunities for the professional developmentof general staff through the professional development program for general
QUT HOME QUT SEARCH : CHAPTER CONTENTS : : MOPP CONTENTS : ... : RECENT UPDATES : Policy B/12.14 Professional development program for general staff Contact Officer Approval Date Approval Authority Date of Next Review 12.14.1 Professional Development Program Committee (General Staff)
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12.14.3 PDP for staff at HEW 6 and below

12.14.4 Eligibility for leave to undertake studies
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The University provides a range of opportunities for the professional development of general staff through the professional development program for general staff (PDP-GS). Such programs are expected to have value to the University and to the individual staff member. The broad objectives of professional development programs are to enable staff periodically to work outside the University in order to:
  • maintain and improve professional and vocational knowledge;
    obtain practical experience in the workplace in activities not available in the University;
    where appropriate, undertake specialised project work as approved by the University;
    attend conferences and make study visits (conference fees should normally be paid by the organisational area; however, PDP-GS applications may request PDP funds for this purpose in special circumstances).

2. HGfL: School Admin: INSET & Continuing Professional Development
You are in School admin » Continuing professional A range of high quality professionaldevelopment opportunities are DfES websites are of general interest
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If you have ideas and suggestions as to how this site could be further developed please contact: Marita Hopkinson
Wheathampstead Development Centre
Butterfield Road
Herts, AL4 8PY Tel:
Email: jeff.smith
Professional Development
Professional development is recognised as a vital element in recruiting and retaining leaders and managers, teachers, teaching assistants and other support staff. A range of high quality professional development opportunities are available to school staff in Hertfordshire. The purpose of this site is to provide information as to how to access these opportunities:
  • A key source is the termly INSET portfolio
    For teaching assistants of particular interest are the teaching assistants pages
    For leaders and managers, further information is available on

3. Center For Professional Development
Promotions and Tenure general Information. have questions, please contact your divisionchair, PAC committee chair, or Center for professional development.

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The Center for Teaching and Learning, established in 1996, is focused on the enhancement of institutional effectiveness through professional development for faculty and staff. The Center provides monthly teaching and technology workshops and resources to promote student success and instructional excellence. The Center's primary purpose is to enhance student learning. It believes that by encouraging the development of cross-disciplinary course components, the implementation of instructional technology, the use of service learning, and the adoption of an international focus and perspective, this goal can be realized. Statement of Confidentiality The Center for Teaching and Learning never evaluates teachers and never shares information about individual teachers with those who do evaluate. It vigorously protects the confidentiality of all consultations with faculty and staff members. The Center does not release the names of anyone who seeks personal consultation nor information about a consultation or even about the existence of a consultation. Information collected through consultation is only shared with the individual being consulted.

4. Biological Sciences / Admin / General / Training
admin. School Policy should provide planned training and development opportunities,thus the staff to provide a meaningful and professional contribution towards
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Support Staff Training Policy
The Support Staff believe that a motivated and competent workforce is essential to meet and provide a quality support service to its complement of staff and students. School Policy should provide planned training and development opportunities, thus supporting and enabling the staff to provide a meaningful and professional contribution towards achieving and delivering quality support services. The Support Staff recognise that an essential component of maintaining a high standard of quality service and meeting the needs of technological developments requires the provision of suitable training for their professional and personal development. School Management should appreciate the need to support the above strategy and as an employer accept responsibility of implementation within the resources available at the time. Each employee will be responsible for discussing and identifying with their line manager training and development needs that will benefit the School and the individual. The employee will also be responsible for applying formally to the Head of School for any such recognised training.

5. Headhunters & Employment Agencies: Finding Admin Work
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After being laid off from my I.T. job a year ago, I vowed never to back to work in I.T. again. It's a horrid career with a lot of pressure, increasing work hours, and decreasing jobs and salary. Basically I find myself right now making rounds through temp agencies and trying to find admin assistant work, because I've worked with computers a lot in the past, and I feel that this can at least be a segway to a new career in management or bookeeping, etc. I do find somehow that my tech background holds me back as overqualified, and that even though I test very high when I go to temp agencies to take their tests in Word, typing, Excel, etc., that I get few calls for jobs. Is it because of my background? The fact that I'm male (Admin Assistant is what those usually refer to as "secretary" which is predominantly a female position)? What do these people want and how can I impress them? Thanks.

6. University Calendar: Regulations
professional Studies, International Studies and professional development (Graduateprofessional development Award). general Regulations for Introductory Studies.
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Senate Regulations II and V have been annulled and replaced by Senate Regulation VII. Senate Regulation XIII and the Special General Regulation for the Degree of Bachelor and of Master of Engineering, Master of Mathematics, Master of Physics, Master of Chemistry and Master of Computer Science have been annulled. Regulation I Library Regulation III The Proceedings of Senate Regulation IV Departmental Meetings Regulation VI Determining the Dates of the Academic Year and Semesters within the Academic Year Regulation VII Regulations for University Examinations Regulation VIII Residence of Undergraduate and Postgraduate Students in the University Regulation IX Transfer Between Programmes Regulation X Membership of Faculty Boards Regulation XI Diplomas in Industrial Studies, Professional Studies, International Studies and Professional Development (Graduate Professional Development Award) Regulation XII Revisions of Regulations Regulation XIV Student Appeals against Programme Board or Module Board Decisions Regulation XV Use of University Computing Facilities GRIS General Regulations for Introductory Studies ARIS Assessment Regulations for Introductory Studies GRUA (a) (a) the 1999 edition of General Regulations for Undergraduate Awards GRUA (b) (b) the 2000 edition of General Regulations for Undergraduate Awards

7. Professional Development - Scientifically Based Research
professional development This page is under construction. data analyses that are adequateto test the stated hypotheses and justify the general conclusions drawn
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This page is under construction SCIENTIFICALLY BASED RESEARCH
The term scientifically based research' — (A) means research that involves the application of rigorous, systematic, and objective procedures to obtain reliable and valid knowledge relevant to education activities and programs; and (B) includes research that (i) employs systematic, empirical methods that draw on observation or experiment;
(ii) involves rigorous data analyses that are adequate to test the stated hypotheses and justify the general conclusions drawn;

8. UT Admin Code R277-522. Entry Years Enhancements (EYE) For Quality Teaching - Le
Article X, Section 3 which vests general control and the implementation of progressivestrategies regarding induction, professional development and evaluation
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Rule R277-522. Entry Years Enhancements (EYE) for Quality Teaching - Level 1 Utah Teachers.
As in effect on March 1, 2004
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R277-522-1. Definitions.
A. "Board" means the Utah State Board of Education. B. "Computer-Aided Credentials of Teachers in Utah Schools (CACTUS)" means a database that maintains public information on licensed Utah educators. C. "Educational Testing Services (ETS)" is an educational measurement institution that has developed standard-based teacher assessment tests. D. "Entry years" means the three years a beginning teacher holds a Level 1 license. E. "INTASC" means the Interstate New Teacher Assessment and Support Consortium, that has established Model Standards for Beginning Teacher Licensing and Development. The ten principles reflect what beginning teachers should know and be able to do as a professional teacher. The Board has adopted these principles as part of the NCATE standards. F. "Level 1 license" means a license issued upon completion of an approved preparation program or an alternative preparation program, or pursuant to an agreement under the NASDTEC Interstate Contract, to applicants who have also met ancillary requirements established by law or rule.

9. WTPS - CRMS - ADMIN - Objectives
information will be conducted so as to identify general areas of skill 2. Middle levelmath teachers will be provided professional development opportunities to
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Site Links Home Academics Activities Events Student Services Programs Team News Major Events May 11 - Grade 6 Spring Concert - 7pm, Gym May 13 - Grade 6/7 Honors/Leadership Banquet - 5:30pm, Masso's May 18 - Grade 7/8 Spring Concert - 7pm, WTHS QAAR School Level Objectives
2003-2005 School Years OBJECTIVE 1:
By June 2005, grade eight total student population will increase 1% each year (2003-2004, 2004-2005) over the previous school year's percent of students achieving proficiency in the Mathematics section of the GEPA (Grade Eight Proficiency Assessment). During the 2003-2004 school year, there will be an increase to 39% proficiency in the Mathematics section of the GEPA in the subgroups of special education, black, and economically disadvantaged students. During the 2004-2005 school year, these same subgroups will attain the benchmark of 49% proficiency in Mathematics. STRATEGIES: 1. During the 2003-2004 school year, an analysis of the 2003 GEPA Cycle II cluster information will be conducted so as to identify general areas of skill deficiency. Pursuant to this analysis, instructional strategies in grades 6 through 8 will be developed and implemented during the 2003-04 school year to target student areas of deficiency.

10. FCMAT : Certificate Programs, Gen. Admin., North
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Certificate Programs in General Administration
This section of the catalog lists certificate programs in general business administration. Many of these programs, either in part or in whole, are relevant for school business officials. At most institutions it is possible to take individual courses without committing oneself to the entire program. Many institutions are also interested in running custom classes and programs for organizations that can recruit sufficient students and provide facilities. Entries are organized alphabetically by offering institutions in the north and south of the state. These entries are listed alphabetically by offering institution within the following major topics: Accounting/Finance
Information Systems and Technology
General Management
Human Resource Management
Similar programs are offered by many universities in the state; contact your local university for more information. Helpful web sites are the University of California system site,

11. Professional Development Center - General Information
The TTC offers training in Windows 2000 professional, Lotus Notes 5.0 Email, MicroSoftOffice 2000 professional (Access, Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher, Word
Technology Training
The mission of the Technology Training Center (TTC) is to provide Memphis City Schools employees and retirees with training in the use of administrative computer software. The TTC offers training in Windows 2000 Professional, Lotus Notes 5.0 Email, MicroSoft Office 2000 Professional (Access, Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher, Word), CICS, WinSchool/Open District, and any other software used by Memphis City Schools. The Technology Training Center is located at 3772 Jackson Ave., next door to the North Area office. Hours of operation are 7:30a.m. - 4:45 p.m., Monday - Friday. A brochure of scheduled classes is published and distributed each month. There are eight (8) state-of-the-art PC training labs in the center. Each lab accommodates a maximum of 24 students. Labs, if available, may be reserved for special training. Southwest Tennessee Community College (STCC) offers college credit classes which are taught in the TTC each semester and during the summer. Credits are accepted for teacher recertification. Fall and Spring semester classes meet 4:00 p.m. - 6:45 p.m.. Summer classes meet 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Registration information is available at any STCC site or at the TTC office, 3772 Jackson Avenue. Call (901) 333-4261 to get information by phone. Return to TTC home page

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University of Wales - Department of Continuing Education
One Day Business Skills Workshops for Voluntary Sector and New Deal Trainees:-
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- Effective Communication
- Team Working Skills
- Interview Training NSPCC - Bangor Office Teambuild Day for New Phone-in Service Personnel - One day Teambuild. Objectives included building trust, effective communication, creating support systems, looking at individual strengths and weaknesses and developing good working practices. British Steel - Scunthorpe and Teeside 3-day Teambuild Course + Team Leader Coaching - Preparation of Personnel for British Steel's Switching to Team System of Working - Objectives include effective communication, teamworking skills, developing risk assessment skills for safety-at-work, coaching team leader in full range of management skills.

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15. Geology Department
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Strategic Plan (December, 2001) DEPARTMENT MISSION It is our purpose to become the central resource for environmental earth-system science at the University of Wisconsin-Parkside, and in Kenosha and Racine Counties. To this end, the Geology Department will foster faculty, student, and staff involvement and investment in local and regional environmental issues. DEPARTMENT OBJECTIVES To prepare students for professional certification and employment in three areas of environmental and earth sciences: Professional Geologist, Professional Hydrogeologist, and Professional Soil Scientist. To assist with the preparation of K – 12 teachers in the areas of earth and environmental sciences and broad field science. To promote scientific literacy on the campus and in the community, particularly with respect to principles and issues involving environmental quality. To contribute fundamental scientific research that enhances environmental quality and quality-of-life for members of the regional, state, local and campus communities. 5. Contribute to the diversity of the university community by working toward the goals of Plan 2008.

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The School was established in 1969 to prepare individuals for professional practice and for positions of leadership in social work and in the broader human services arena. The distinctive mission of the School, rooted in humanistic and democratic values, is reflected in a broad and vigorous commitment to the elimination of human suffering and social injustice and to the promotion of human rights and social equality. Its educational programs are therefore centered on intervention strategies on behalf of those populations and persons who are underserved, victimized or denied full access to social opportunities and resources. Poverty, racism, sexism, and other forms of discrimination and disenfranchisement are priority concerns of the School, as are those social problems associated with life in the inner city.

17. Professional Development - Home
spasms to the point where it was expected to be systematic Expect more technologyin professional development and in education in general (*Quoted from
Staff Workshop Registration All roads to school improvement go through professional development. There is no powerful strategy that can be implemented without people learning how to do new and different work. Too often, educators haven't had a powerful learning experience in decades, so how will they know if their students are having one? Region 14 ESC strives to offer you opportunities that will enable you to think about how you do the job you are doing, and how you can do it better. - Expect more standards and more testing
- Expect acceleration in the demand for excellent professional development. In the 90's professional development moved from being "periodic spasms" to the point where it was expected to be systematic
- Expect more technology in professional development and in education in general
(*Quoted from Willard Daggett at the National Staff Development Council Conference)
We invite your input for professional development activities for all levels of educators...those who are just beginning and those who have only a few years left before retirement. Let us know what you have heard about that has made a difference for your colleagues from other areas, or training you have attended. We may not always be able to schedule that exact thing you want, but we will do our best to offer opportunities which address your needs.
Together, we can make a difference!!

18. General Studies
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The Department of General Studies offers specialized courses, seminars and workshops for individuals, associations and corporations seeking professional and career development. The department focuses upon satisfying its clients by delivering market-driven yet academically sound programs - both for the general public and in-house corporate courses - which use the latest in delivery methods. We aim for full client satisfaction.

19. CMS - General Information
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Do you offer distance education/correspondence courses?
The Office of Professional Development has offered a number of courses for pre-service and experienced teachers that could be taken by distance education. Both Certificates in Second Language Teaching and Educational Technology are currently under review and while no new applicants to the programs will be accepted, courses will continue for a limited time, in order to permit students to complete their program requirements. You may contact the Office of Professional Development at: Faculty of Education 3700 McTavish, Room 243

20. Niagara University - College Of Education
Supervision, and Learning Environmental; professional development and Human 615 EducationalLeadership EDU 616 admin. available to the general graduate student
College of Education Home Page Graduate Programs Home Programs Faculty ... Request Info Administration and Supervision Educational Leadership Resources You will need the free Adobe Acrobat Reader to view and print these documents Educational Leadership Program Statement Based on the ELCC standards (pre-2001) candidates completing our Educational Leadership programs will evidence their knowledge, skills, and dispositions in the following areas:
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