Geometry.Net - the online learning center
Home  - Basic_P - Professional Development Administration Bookstore
Page 4     61-80 of 117    Back | 1  | 2  | 3  | 4  | 5  | 6  | Next 20
A  B  C  D  E  F  G  H  I  J  K  L  M  N  O  P  Q  R  S  T  U  V  W  X  Y  Z  

         Professional Development Administration:     more books (100)
  1. Individualizing Professional Development: A Framework for Meeting School and District Goals by Vicki R. Husby, 2005-03-23
  2. K-12 Professional Development Market Opportunities by Simba Information - Reports, 2006-01-01
  3. Preloading professional development to ensure potential success.(Professional development: North Carolina): An article from: T H E Journal (Technological Horizons In Education) by Frances Bryant Bradburn, 2004-07-01
  4. The Professional Development School Without Walls: A partnership between a university and two school districts.: An article from: Remedial and Special Education by Betty C. Epanchin, Karen Colucci, 2002-11-01
  5. Transforming Teacher Education: Lessons in Professional Development
  6. The collaborative school. (professional development schools): An article from: Phi Delta Kappan by Steven K. Million, Jonathan W. Vare, 1997-05-01
  7. Early Professional Development for Teachers by Frank Banks, 2001-10-19
  8. Managing Continuing Professional Development in Schools (Published in association with the British Educational Leadership and Management Society)
  9. Employee Assistance Programs in Higher Education: Alcohol, Mental Health and Professional Development Programming for Faculty and Staff by Richard W. Thoreson, 1984-01
  10. Professional Development for Educational Management (Leadership and Management in Education)
  11. Reflective Action Planning for Teachers: A Guide to Teacher-Led School and Professional Development (Resource Materials for Teachers) by Frost, 1997-07-01
  12. BRAC 2005 Aids strategic sourcing and acquisition professional development.(In the News)(Base Realignment and Closure): An article from: Defense AT & L by Claudia "Scottie" Knott, 2007-09-01
  13. Workforce training funding remains stable, but demand grows. (Focus Education & Professional Development).(state funding for workforce training in Mississippi ... article from: Mississippi Business Journal by Becky Gillette, 2003-04-28
  14. Professional Development for Leaders and Managers of Self-Governing Schools by David Gamage, 2006-09-25

61. Professional Development Network
Review Top 10 Hits, • Belong to a growing network of professionals committedto enhancing the education of all. Management / administration / Leadership.

62. Research Administrators' Connection
of University Research Administrators serves its members and advances the fieldof research administration through professional development, the sharing of
Home Site Map RA Toolkit Queries:
View Printer Friendly Version
Research Administrators' Connection
Networks and Professional Development Opportunities
This calendar of development opportunities for research administrators is updated quarterly and presented in print format at the Research Adminstrators' Network meetings (listed below). Current calendar prepared for the 02/13/03 meeting. Top
Research Administrators' Network
Established by DRDA in partnership with unit administrators to support Research Administrators at UM, the Network is meant to provide continuing education in the area of research administration and provide opportunities for unit administrators to interact with each other and leaders in central administration. Typical agendas for quarterly meetings include updates on current events in research at UM and the presentation of an educational topic. To suggest a topic for a RA Network meeting, please email DRDA Training Coordinator

63. ASIS International: Exam Development/Administration
Exam development/administration. The Certified Protection professional (CPP), professionalCertified Investigator (PCI), and Physical Security professional (PSP
    MEMBER/USER ID PASSWORD RETRIEVE PASSWORD Jump To... Academic Resources Annual Seminar Education Calendar Find a Chapter Legislative News Press Releases Purchase Books Search the Library Volunteer Leadership SITE SEARCH Email a Friend!
Exam Development/Administration The Certified Protection Professional (CPP), Professional Certified Investigator (PCI), and Physical Security Professional (PSP) examinations are designed to assess whether or not a practitioner possesses the knowledge established as the basic competency level required for the chosen designation. The examinations' development processes follow internationally accepted procedures for establishing the content validity of a test and the reliability of its scores. Role Delineation (Job Analysis)
The first step in development of an ASIS examination is the role delineation, or job analysis, which identifies the areas of responsibility (domains) and important work functions required for safe and effective performance in a security position, and the relative importance in the actual practice of a profession. ASIS currently performs role delineations approximately every five years. Examination Specifications
The importance of each domain, and of the relevant tasks, knowledge, and skills within it, determines the specifications of the examination. The relative order of importance of the domains determines the percentage of the total test items allocated to each. The examination is based on this blueprint.

64. Overseas Schools Administration Policy And Regulations (OSAP)
Previous Field Trips. professional development. Effective 30 January 2004(AL 8). OSAP, TOPIC. 2400.01, AFNORTH and SHAPE professional development.
Contact Us Help Search Canada Site ... Field Trips
Effective 30 January 2004 (AL#8)
In this section you will find: OSAP TOPIC AFNORTH and SHAPE- Professional Development Annex A Purchase Order / Professional Development (pdf)
Table of Contents Next
Last Modified: 2004-04-29 Important Notices

65. Sweetwater Union High School District :: Administration :: Department Detail
You are in the administration section. professional development Department ContactMaria Teresa Gonzalez Phone Number 619585-4485 Fax Number 619-691-5598,

66. For Administration & Program Development
Our administration Program development Resource Listing Our Family Literacy forProgram professional development (annotated bibliography of FREE
Directory of Literacy Providers - To locate Even Start Family Literacy Project Sites please go to our Provider Directory and use the drop down menu for Program Type. Click on Even Start and all Even Start providers in Texas will return as your search information. Administrators' On-line Discussions Lists (hosted by TCALL) Texas LEARNS - State office providing nondiscretionary grant management functions, program assistance and other statewide support services to Texas Adult Education and Family Literacy Providers. Project GREAT - Project GREAT Adult Education and Family Literacy Regional Centers of Excellence are Texas LEARNS' answer to the professional development needs of adult education and family literacy practitioners in Texas, located in each of eight service regions in the state. Follow-up Survey Texas Adult Education - Soaring Into The 21st Century: An Adult Education Administrator's Guide for Continuous Improvement and Evaluation Texas Standardized Curriculum Framework TABE Test Information BEST Test Information ... New Beginnings - Creating and Establishing an Adult Literacy Program , (Volunteers In Training for Adult Literacy)

67. FSU Center For Professional Development
administration. Frederick Jenks, Ph.D. Director Emeritus, 2002 Florida StateUniversity • Center for professional development 555 West Pensacola Street
Center for Intensive English Studies Faculty

Frequently Asked Questions
The faculty at CIES represents more than 75 years of combined teaching experience, both in the United States and in many countries around the world. All hold a Master's Degree or higher; those with Master's Degrees are pursuing the Ph.D. in Teaching English as a Second Language (TESL). We all love teaching and are dedicated to helping our students, not only to improve their English, but also to help them have a pleasant and enlightening experience in the U.S. Justin Jernigan
Instructor, M.A./PhD. student Justin holds a Masters degree in Linguistics from the University of Florida as well as a Bachelor of Arts degree in Russian with a minor in Linguistics. He has over 11 years of teaching experience in the United States as well as overseas. Justin speaks Russian, Spanish and some Vietnamese and Mandarin. "You are not alone as you face the challenges of studying a new language and adapting to a new culture. We all learn in community; your teachers, classmates, and others you meet are learning from you even as you learn from them." Roger Kott
Senior Instructor, M.A./Ed.S.

68. MCW Pediatric Job Opportunities/Program Director - Grants Development / Administ
LOCATION Pediatrics administration suite located on the 3rd floor of the programs;paid vacation, sick and holiday time; professional development funds and
Department of Pediatrics
Job Opportunities
01/22/04 Open Position
Program Director / Grants Development
Pediatric Administration DUTIES:
Master's Degree in Health or Business Administration plus 5 years experience. Requires expertise in planning, developing, implementing, administering, and evaluating a wide variety of research and service programs. Must have established professional contacts such as; officials of local, state and national government, foundations, businesses and health care institutions and possesses the requisite skills in networking with them.
LOCATION: Pediatrics' Administration suite located on the 3rd floor of the MACC Fund Research Center on the Medial College of Wisconsin campus.
COMPENSATION/BENEFITS: Competitive wage plus comprehensive benefits package including health, dental, disability and life insurance; retirement programs; paid vacation, sick and holiday time; professional development funds and tuition reimbursement. Free parking on campus.
TO APPLY: Send resume and references to Jane Martell: Medical College of Wisconsin, Department of Pediatrics, 8701 Watertown Plank Road, MFRC756, Milwaukee, WI 53226 or Employment Applications Available from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. weekdays at MCW Employment Office 1st Floor, Medical Education Building, 8701 Watertown Plank Road Milwaukee, WI 53226.

69. USFA: Higher Education
professional development plans (see Building a Statewide professional developmentPlan),the of these resources provided by the US Fire administration.
Skip Navigation It appears that your browser does not support Javascript. For the Fire Service For the Public Inside USFA Fire Academy ... More... National Fire Academy
Emergency Management Institute
Student Resources

70. WMU Political Science
The Master of development administration is designed for and in international developmentorganizations. build a foundation of professional competence, classes
Masters of Development Administration Degree General Purpose Program Requirements Careers Peace Corps Option ... Research Resources General Purpose of the MDA Program The Master of Development Administration is designed for students who plan to pursue careers in the public and nonprofit sectors in developing countries and in international development organizations. To build a foundation of professional competence, classes focus on:
  • Development Theories:
    Such as those oriented to government action, economic markets, and popular participation;
    S kills:
    Such as budgeting, human resource management, research and writing, and public speaking;
    Such as cost-benefit analysis, the logical framework, stakeholder analysis, monitoring and evaluation, and methods of political and institutional analysis; and the
    History of the Field
    Most core classes use case studies, so students gain a broad familiarity with practical issues specific to many professional areas and political environments. Recent classes have discussed programs and projects such as savings and credit, irrigation, jute mills, primary health care, small business development, tea estates, agricultural extension, and retail cooperatives. Students have examined development policies and their implementation in Brazil, Egypt, India, Kenya, Mexico, Taiwan and Turkey, among other countries. Other topics include legacies of colonialism, structural adjustment, poverty, corruption, technology, decentralization, and economic topics such as inflation, exchange rates, monopoly, and international markets.

71. Continuing Education And Professional Development
continuing education and professional development for various curriculum and materialsdevelopment, conference and grant writing, administration and creation
Carol D. Young , Ph.D., Director of Continuing Education and Professional Development. She has had a 20-year career in continuing education and training at colleges and universities and as a private consultant. She has worked with government, business, and industry to develop customized training and performance programs. She has a doctorate in Educational Administration from Cornell University and a masters in French Literature from Middlebury College.
Cheryl Reeves , M.S., M.L.S., Associate Director of Continuing Education. She has had a 16-year career in curriculum development, technical writing, and training. She is project director for the MDS 2.0 training project and has had major responsibility for a number of satellite videoconferences including 12 in the Women's Health Grand Rounds series, "Medicare - Changes and Choices," and Third Thursday Breakfast Broadcasts . She was part of the development team for Orientation to Public Health, a web-based course funded by the New York-New Jersey Public Health Training Center. She holds a masters degree in Library and Information Science from the University at Albany and a masters in Therapeutic Recreation from the University of Illinois.

72. Earlham College | Academic Administration
Earlham College s professional development Fund (PDF) provides grants to teachingand administrative faculty for projects undertaken during the academic year
Academic Administration Earlham Home Academic
Administration Home
Registrar's Office ...
Links for: Faculty Students Parents Academic Advising ... Policies
PDF Committee members: Bob Southard bobs (Associate Academic Dean, convener)
Janet Wagner wagneja
Mark Stocksdale stockma
Diana Punzo punzodi
John Staines stainjo
Elaine Bohlander (support staff) bohlael Professional Development Fund Guidelines The Purpose of PDF Grants Earlham College's Professional Development Fund (PDF) provides grants to teaching and administrative faculty for projects undertaken during the academic year or summer months. The purpose of PDF grants is to encourage and develop new professional skills, or the professional intellectual growth and improvement of Earlham's faculty by funding projects of a research or scholarly nature not normally part of a faculty member's duties at the college. Such projects arguably enrich not only the individuals supported, but indeed the college as a whole.
The Application Process To apply for a PDF grant you must submit 6 copies of your proposal to Elaine Bohlander (Drawer 66) by the first Monday in February

73. NASD - Professional Development - FAQ
Frequently Asked Questions General administration of the Program 1. Howcan I learn the most up-to-date information about the NASD Institute?

Professional Development

NASD Institute


Career Opportunities

Frequently Asked Questions - General Administration of the Program 1. How can I learn the most up-to-date information about the NASD Institute? A. Continue to look to our Web Pages for program information. 2. How is the progress of certificate candidates tracked? A. The NASD Institute maintains records in its offices and can advise you of your current standing. 3. When I enroll in the Certificate Program and/or in a single course, what correspondence should I expect to receive? How will you be communicating with me? A. 4. What should I bring for the program? How should I prepare? Will there be any pre-course work? A. You will be advised of what to bring through a Welcome message sent to you via e-mail. Most NASD Institute programs require pre-course reading so that you attend the sessions better prepared to discuss issues being covered. In most cases, these materials will be provided to registrants via a Web-based interface in advance of your arriving to the session. 5. Can completion of coursework through the Certificate Program go toward satisfying the Firm Element of the Securities Industry Continuing Education Program and Continuing Legal Education?

74. Provider - Professional Development - Education Requirements
Becoming an Early Childhood professional. and the federal Child Care and DevelopmentFund. Administrators NC Early Childhood administration Credential (NCECAC
North Carolina Early Childhood and Administration Credentials
The education of child care providers directly impacts children's ability to grow and develop to their fullest potential. To improve the quality of child care in North Carolina, the Division of Child Development created two credentials: For Lead Teachers- North Carolina Early Childhood Credential (NCECC)
  • Available at all 58 local community colleges Composed of two (2) early childhood curriculum credit coursesfour (4) semester hour credits Course content:
      Becoming an Early Childhood Professional Understanding the Young Child - Growth and Development Understanding the Young Child - Individuality, Family and Culture Developmentally Appropriate Practices Positive Guidance Health and Safety
    Approximately 29,000 individuals have been awarded the NCECC since June 1992 Financial aid for teachers is available through the T.E.A.C.H. Early Childhood Scholarship Project Smart Start and the federal Child Care and Development Fund

For Administrators - NC Early Childhood Administration Credential (NCECAC)
  • Available at all 58 local community colleges Three required components must be successfully completed to receive this credential: administration coursework, additional early childhood/child development coursework, and a portfolio

75. Perth Web Design & Development, Virtual Business Services, Professional MS Word
We are a Perth, WA (West Australian) Secretarial administration Business providing professional,Affordable Web Design development JKPA Services
Professional Virtual Business Services
[ JK Professional Administration Services ]
Enter Here Professional MS Word Document Templates
MS Word Invoice Templates

MS Word Letterhead Templates
Virtual Assistance to Clients Worldwide

Transcription Services

Professional Documentation Read more Here

[ JKPA Services WebDesign ]
Enter Here Website Templates, Dreamweaver Templates, FrontPage Templates HTML Templates, Exclusive Templates Search Engine Optimisation - SEO Services Website Packages Free Background Tiles Free Gif Images Payment Gateway Recommendations Userfriendly Websites eCommerce Websites using Mals-e PayPal Non-Profit Websites Friendly and professional customer service Read more Here Want to use this image on your website if you are an Australian business working with clients worldwide? Then

76. National Technological University - Professional Development Course Description
is designed for anyone who has some administration experience and Welcome AcademicCourses professional development Online Courses Request Information

77. National Technological University - Professional Development Course Description
describe group administration. Welcome Academic Courses professional development Online Courses Request Information Feedback Legal Notices © 19962002

78. Finance & Administration: Human Resources Department
FY04 Hiring Suspension, FY04 Hiring Suspension. CAC Benchmark Schools, CAC BenchmarkSchools. Directory, Directory. Forms, Forms. Gray Matters. professional development.
Print-ready page HR Home RIT Home Department of State Travel Advisories ... Forms
Gray Matters
Professional Development

Contact Webmaster

79. Finance & Administration: Human Resources Department
Gray Matters. professional development. Planning Your professionaldevelopment – Enhancing HR Management Skills at RIT. May 2003.
Print-ready page HR Home RIT Home Department of State Travel Advisories ... Forms
Gray Matters
Professional Development
Planning Your Professional Development – Enhancing HR Management Skills at RIT
May 2003 The Center for Professional Development (CPD) continues to receive positive feedback about the professional development series, Enhancing HR Management Skills at RIT , offered in collaboration with WorkSmart Learning Systems, Inc. Those who have attended emphasize three primary benefits; 1) a customized curriculum that blends best practices in the topic with related RIT policies and procedures, 2) the opportunity to network and learn from managers, directors, and chairs from across the university, and 3) availability of management development courses at no cost to the department and on campus, eliminating the need to travel. Based on participant feedback and an analysis of attendance last year, we plan to offer core courses in the series again in June 2003. The courses offered in June are:
  • Conflict As Opportunity , June 4 and 5, AM Guiding Performance Toward Results , June 4 and 5, PM Handling HR Issues and Opportunities , June 24 and 26, AM Recruiting, Interviewing and Hiring

80. KeyBank Professional Development Center - Criminal Justice Agency Administration
Criminal Justice Agency administration NonCredit Certification Program and qualityemployees will be addressed—professional development and succession
Criminal Justice Agency Administration
Non-Credit Certification Program and Workshop Series This is a 12-workshop series beginning in October 2004. You may register for individual workshops, however to receive the certificate, all 12 of the workshops must be satisfactorily completed. Introduction to Public and Police Administration Serves as an introduction to the basic theories of administrative organization, relationships, and behavior as they relate to the unique nature of policy. Prepares managers to evaluate their organizations for quality, effectiveness and responsiveness.
Key issues associated with strategic thinking:
  • Contemporary leadership and change management Organization redesign Resistance Performance-based team cultures
Instructor Class meets Location Fee Credit/Contact hours TBA
8 a.m-5 p.m.

A  B  C  D  E  F  G  H  I  J  K  L  M  N  O  P  Q  R  S  T  U  V  W  X  Y  Z  

Page 4     61-80 of 117    Back | 1  | 2  | 3  | 4  | 5  | 6  | Next 20

free hit counter