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  1. Innovating Professional Development for Future Health Care Practitioners.(Technology Information): An article from: T H E Journal (Technological Horizons In Education) by Charlene Hamilton, Ann Rucinski, et all 2001-06-01
  2. Professional Development of Nursing in Saudi Arabia.: An article from: Journal of Nursing Scholarship by Gail Tumulty, 2001-09-22
  3. Getting advanced degrees.(SPECIAL FOCUS: PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT): An article from: The Non-profit Times by Don McNamara, 2007-10-15
  4. Professional Development and Supervision of School Psychologists: From Intern to Expert by Virginia Smith Harvey, Joan A. Struzziero, 2008-04-22
  5. Introduction to Archives and Manuscripts (Professional development series) by David B. Gracy, 1981-06
  6. Higher Education Leadership: Enhancing Skills Through Professional Development Programs (Ashe Eric Higher Education Reports) by Sharon A. McDade, 1988-06
  7. Preparation and Professional Development of Middle Level Teachers and Administrators (Handbook of Research in Middle Level Education) by Gayle Davis, 2008-03-30
  8. Pinpointing professional development needs.(Problem/Solution): An article from: District Administration by Kevin Butler, 2006-01-01
  9. Strategies for Staff Development: Personal and Professional Education in the 21st Century: New Directions for Student Services (J-B SS Single Issue Student Services)
  10. Professional Development for College and University Librarians: A Selective Bibliography (Public administration series--bibliography) by Lorna Peterson, 1985-05
  11. Reflective Practice for Educators: Professional Development to Improve Student Learning by Karen F. Osterman, Robert B. Kottkamp, 2004-04-19
  12. Wired Together: The Online Classroom in K-12 : Teacher Education and Professional Development
  13. Personalizing Professional Growth: Staff Development That Works by Bernadette Marczely, 1996-05-20
  14. Professional Development: A Guide for General Practice

81. UIC Professional Development Programs And Continuing Education At Chicago
and its potential to transform businesses, the course is sponsored by the ProfessionalDevelopment Programs office of the College of Business administration.
UIC College of Business College of Business Administration Offers On-line Program Focused on Harnessing Potential of E-Commerce - - E-commerce is more than selling books and airline tickets on the Internet. At its best it can transform a business into an effective global competitor functioning seamlessly in the Internet world. How to achieve that goal is the focus of a 12-week professional development program that will provide participants with an understanding of how e-commerce works and where it fits in their organization. The E-Business E-Commerce On-Line Certificate Program Designed for executives and entrepreneurs who are or will be utilizing e-commerce strategies and seek a better understanding of this business tool and its potential to transform businesses, the course is sponsored by the Professional Development Programs office of the College of Business Administration. The cost of the certificate program is $1,995. The registration deadline is April 19. The on-line program is ideal for professionals, allowing them to fit education in their busy lives at their convenience and enabling them to move through subjects at their own pace.

82. Professional Development
Insures that all professional development activities will and maintain excellentteachers, develop master teachers coaches and build administrative leadership.
Milwaukee Public Schools
Believe it. Achieve it. Students Parents Teachers/Staff Schools ... School Board
Professional Development
From the Superintendent

Offices of the Superintendent

Office of Academic Excellence
Department of Human Resources
Division of Professional Development
2003 -2004 Professional Devlopment Calendar
Janet B. Miller, Director
Central Services, Room 253
5225 West Vliet Street
Milwaukee, WI 53201-2181
Phone: (414) 475-8131
Fax: (414) 475-8135 The Division of Professional Development supports professional development activities as follows: * Works with principals, teachers, and district administrators to create a systematic professional development plan for the District. * Identifies professional development activities sponsored by all departments and divisions, indicating for whom these activities are available, time frame, cost, expected outcomes for students, follow-up, and how the MPS Academic Standards, K-12 Goals and District Strategic Objectives will be met. * Prioritizes the district's need for professional development activities based on the following criteria:  student academic performance, research-based instructional strategies, state and local initiatives and textbook adoptions and opportunities for all children to have access to rigorous curriculum. * Insures equal access to professional development activities as determined by the about criteria and the Teacher Evaluation process.

83. Nassau BOCES - District Administration Services
District administration Services. Use • Finance Business • Safety HealthTraining • Training, Staff / professional development • Technology
Department of Curriculum, Instruction and Technology
Information Management Technology Alphabetic Index Professional Development ... Contact Us
District Administration Services
Part 200 (Special Ed)
PC Link (Employee Attendance and Budget Prep)

Program Evaluation

CDEP (Comprehensive District Ed. Plan)
Top of page
Training, Staff/Professional Development
Professional Development Catalog
Administrative Office (Staff) Development

Data Analysis/Data Driven Decisions

Leadership Center
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84. Nassau BOCES - School/Bldg Administration Services
School/Building administration Services. Guidance Support Services • Health RelatedServices • Training, Staff / professional development • Technology
Department of Curriculum, Instruction and Technology
Information Management Technology Alphabetic Index Professional Development ... Contact Us
School/Building Administration Services
Part 200 (Special Ed)
PC Link (Employee Attendance and Budget Prep)

Program Evaluation

CDEP (Comprehensive District Ed. Plan)
Top of page
Guidance Support Services (School/Bldg.)
Choices (Career Guidance Software)
College Tracking

Discover (Interactive Guidance Software)

ExPAN (Computerized College Application Process)
Top of page
Training, Staff/Professional Development (School/Bldg.)
Professional Development Catalog Administrative Office (Staff) Development Data Analysis/Data Driven Decisions Leadership Center ... Top of page Search entire site: Advanced Search

85. NCO Professional Development : Administration
NCO professional development Online professional development resourcesfor enlisted soldiers and non commissioned officers. administration.
Quick Reference User Login Message Boards E-Mail Submit a File ... Credit Cards NCO Resources Study Guides


Message Boards
Soldier Issues

Broadband Content Training Videos
Audio Files

Quick Shop Credit Cards
Credit Reports

... Home : Administration Browse files in this category: Previous File Next File Files Listed in Administration ACS Overview Rating: Options An overview of the services offered and provided by the Army Community Service. (Adobe Acrobat File) Review This File Read 1 Reviews Rate This File Download ... ACS USS Rating: Options USS results in greater awareness and use of ACS programs and improved satisfaction with ACS as an organization. (Adobe Acrobat File) Review This File Rate This File Download View Outline ... APFT Manager Rating: Options APFT Manager - A program to assist you in managing your APFT Program. Review This File Rate This File Download View Outline ... Army Knowledge Online Rating: Options The executive briefing of the Army Knowledge Online (AKO). Review This File Rate This File Download View Outline ... Body Fat Calculator Rating: Options Body Fat Calculator - Program that calculates soldiers body fat percentage.

86. Virtual Initiatives For Technology, Teaching & Learning
will available in Fiscal Year 2004/2005 from UW System administration to support tothe initial preparation and/or ongoing professional development of teachers
Since its beginning, VIT AL has funded over 131 technology related projects throughout Wisconsin. These projects benefit Wisconsin students and their learning. View the list of projects to find out more about each of them. The University of Wisconsin System's Virtual Initiatives for Technology, Teaching and Learning describes projects, activities, and resources that are part of the PK-16 Professional Development Initiative in Instructional Technologies for Teachers.
Features PK-16 Initiative: Teacher Quality Initiative
$325,000 will available in Fiscal Year 2003/2004 from UW System Administration to support the planning of campus activities that will advance the successful implementation of PI 34 and delivery of quality educational preparation programs built upon a foundation of all-university responsibility and broad-based collaboration. Funding will support activities related to the initial preparation and/or on-going professional development of teachers. During this first phase, funds will be used to support activities consistent with the creation of a coherent plan of action for reforming pre-service and/or in-service teacher preparation.
Planning Proposals due December 15, 2003

87. CDS International: Professional Development Program
professional development Program, Application Deadline Rolling Program Dates 3 foryoung professionals in the technical, engineering, and hotel administration.
Robert Bosch Foundation
Fellowship Congress-Bundestag Youth
Exchange Alfa Fellowship Program Internship Program in Germany Summer Internship in Germany Internship in Argentina College/University Programs More Professional Development
Program Congress-Bundestag
Youth Exchange Career Training Program Training Plan For European
Students Program for Canadian
Co-op Students More Benefits of Hosting CDS Services Company Responsiblities About CDS Training Plan Host Company Manual CDS Online Job Fair For Outbound Participants For Inbound Participants For Host Companies Career Guidance CDS Bookstore CDSsence Annual Report 2002 Scholarship Fund Scholarship Fund Staff Contact Us Age: Language: Basic proficiency in English required.

88. Welcome To The PDSC Home Page
USACE professional development Support Center (PDSC) 550 Sparkman Drive Huntsville,Alabama 35816 Registrar, administration. Tel (256) 8957425 (256) 895-7421.
WELCOME TO THE Home Keyword search by course Administrative Office Log In
Cancelled Courses
About Us PDSC

How to Find Us
What's New Mandatory Credit Card Policy

Instant Evaluations
Curriculum Review Model ... PROSPECT Instructors' Toolbox Course Catalog (Purple Book) Course Description Purple Book/Downloads Class Schedules Current FY Upcoming FY Class Enrollment Requests Distance Learning Brief Overview Virtual Campus Brief Overview Installation Support Brief Overview Courses Environmental Courses Professional Certification Brief Overview PDH Certificate Criteria for Awarding Continuing Education Credits OTHER LINKS PMBP Curriculum Initiative Employee Performance Support System USACE Homepage Back to HR Homepage ... Logoff USACE Professional Development Support Center (PDSC) 550 Sparkman Drive Huntsville, Alabama 35816 Registrar Administration Tel: (256) 895-7425 Tel: (256) 895-7401 Fax: (256) 895-7469 Fax: (256) 895-7465 We recommend MS Internet Explorer for viewing this site.

89. School Of Public Administration, University Of Victoria, British Columbia Canada
series, research and professional development projects, publications to undertakeand develop special programs and School of Public administration University of
programs co-op research site map ... programs centre for public sector studies
Public Sector Development Local Government Institute Voluntary Sector Initiatives ... Site Map
Centre for Public Sector Studies
The Centre for Public Sector Studies connects research to the practical challenges of governance by showcasing the research interests of faculty members and visiting fellows. CPSS assists faculty to secure and manage research grants and contracts and offers students a broad range of learning and work opportunities in both research and management. Much of the research within CPSS focuses on improving the ability of public sector organizations to pursue their objectives more effectively. The Centre for Public Sector Studies develops and delivers professional development programs and workshops on a variety of public sector management issues. CPSS designs and hosts both symposia and conferences. These focus on topics relevant to governments and specific communities. CPSS professional development activities are often carried out in partnership with other like-minded bodies and are supported and funded by a wide spectrum of public and private sector organizations. The Centre for Public Sector Studies research and professional development activities have been organized around four topics: Activities include public lecture series, research and professional development projects, publications, including presentations, books, articles, reports, and working papers.

90. CCB Research Data Main Research Data Page
..sponsors meeting on Early Childhood professional development and Trainingand administration for Children and Families • 370 L Enfant Promenade, SW

91. Not Your Ordinary Workshop Series
For 45 years, the Seminar for Historical administration has provided an intense,residential professional development experience for history professionals.
new COOLjsMenu("MainMenu",MENU_ITEMS); Professional Development Links Annual Meeting Mentor Program Seminar for Historical Administration Other Resources Return to Home Page Hot Topics Frequently Asked Questions Members Only Room ... Membership Rates and Application Seminar for Historical Administration
October 30-November 20
at the Indiana Historical Society, Indianapolis, Indiana
Sponsored by AASLH, AAM, Colonial Williamsburg,
Indiana Historical Society, the National Park Service,
and the National Trust for Historic Preservation
For 45 years, the Seminar for Historical Administration has provided an intense, residential professional development experience for history professionals. SHA is specifically targeted to full-time, paid staff of history museums, historic sites, preservation or other history/museum organizations with three to ten years’ experience and who are now in a position of administrative responsibility or are preparing for such a position. SHA employs case studies, workshops, forums, and field trips to present and engage the best practices and ideas of history organization leadership and management. Topics include:
Trustee relations
Financial management
Historic preservation Ethics Exhibitions Fundraising Managing Change Human resources.

92. UBC Continuing Studies: Computers & Technology
These Certificate programs include professional development courses and special boththe Network Systems and Database administration professional programs are
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Network Systems Professional: Multi-Platform track
MCSA, Network+, RedHat RHCE, Cisco ICND
Network Systems Professional: Microsoft track
Network+, MCSE and/or MCDBA
Database Administration Professional
Network +, MCDBA, Oracle OCA
To give you the edge in today's multi-vendor environment, UBC Continuing Studies, one of the largest providers of Internet-related courses in Canada and an award-winning program developer, offers a comprehensive set of certificate programs that prepare you for industry's most popular and respected IT certifications. More IT Certification Courses Program Overview Participant Benefits Program Format ... Curriculum (26KB pdf) Network Systems Professional: Microsoft track Curriculum (21KB pdf) Database Administration Professional Curriculum (19KB pdf) Professional Practice Courses How to Apply for Admission Program Fees For More Information
Program Overview
The Network Systems Professional: Multi-Platform track The Network Systems Professional: Microsoft track focuses on developing and/or upgrading your skills in configuring, administering and troubleshooting Microsoft databases and/or networks. This certificate program is designed for individuals in technical support, systems analysis, database administration, network administration or system integration who have at least one year's experience in operating systems and networking and who want to become certified as a Microsoft MCSE and/or MCDBA.

93. Information & Publication Service - College Of Education Administration, Univers
a direct link for school districts to the college, serves as the communications armof the college, and facilitates professional development activities between
Announcements Text Only College Home About the College ... IPS
Additional functions of this office include:
Media Relations
Continuing Education
Services to School Districts
College of Education, 148 Norman Hall
Gainesville, FL 32611-7044
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94. Fresno Pacific School Of Professional Studies, Center For Professional Developme
University Home Sitemap Directions Map administration International Programs GraduateSchool Center for professional development Copyright ©2001
School of
Professional Studies

CPD Home
Independent Study Courses
TEC 933
3 semester units college credit
($264 tuition plus materials and fees of $35)
Dennis Funk
John Forbes REGISTRATION ONLINE or call CPD: 559/453-2015 or COURSE SYLLABUS Technology and School Administration - NEW! Additional Courses offered by Dennis Funk Fresno Pacific University Home Sitemap Directions - Map ... Center for Professional Development This page maintained by SPS Webmaster last modified January 12, 2004

95. Welcome To The Public Administration Program At Texas State University-San Marco
networking opportunities; focusing on continuing professional development; emphasizingmanagement in Master of Public administration Program c/o Department of
Public Administration Department of Political Science
Texas State University - San Marcos Graduate PA
Undergraduate PA


Public Admin Links
Applied Research Projects Index
The MPA Program is guided by values, ethics, and quality standards as expressed through the Southwest Texas State University's Core Value Statement, Standards for Professional Masters Degree Programs, Diversity Guidelines, ICMA/NASPAA Guidelines for Local Government Management Education, and NASPAA/APWA Guidelines for Developing Master's Degree Specialization in Public Works.
The mission of the MPA program is to prepare students for careers as managers and leaders in public service.
The program primarily serves the diverse community that is Central Texas. Such service is provided through course work, professional development opportunities, internships and applied research projects. The Program responds to the changing public service environment through: an innovative curriculum, faculty scholarship and service, links to professional organizations, interaction with governmental agencies, and a commitment to state of-the-art technology. The Program is distinguished by emphasizing the central role of ethics in public service; reinforcing the use of technology in management; providing professional and educational opportunities to a diverse student body; delivering classes at varied times and locations; offering a variety of career support areas; enabling rich and frequent contacts between students and faculty; providing students and alumni with professional networking opportunities; focusing on continuing professional development; emphasizing management in political institutions and processes; and integrating theoretical and applied approaches to public management.

96. The Center For Professional Development, University Of Northern Colorado
University of Northern Colrado The Center for professional development. Sallyalso assists in the professional development course approval process.
Sally Aleman Email: Phone: (970) 351
Peggy Lieuallen
Peggy maintains the financial records for all areas of the Center. This includes preparation of budgets, authorizing expenditures, and monitoring revenues. She processes faculty and student payroll, and prepares contracts for Center staff and independent contractors. She prepares reports for Donna and the CCHE Extended Studies Office. Peggy also oversees the registration and accounts receivable activities of the Center; and supervises Sally Aleman in this area. Email: Phone: (970) 351- Back to Faculty/Staff Index Consider an Independent Study Course
Professional Development For Teachers

Take courses via the internet - Online Classes
Current Students

This page was last updated on January 23, 2004

97. Human Resource Services Position Announcement
administration, health care field, or higher education administration required; visionof excellence and innovation in professional development programs; Ability
HRS Human Resource Services
Benefits EEO/AA Employee Records Employee Relations ... Payroll Periods (PDF) BroncoWeb HRS Review Summer Schedule (PDF) Employment Opportunities
Professional - Position #AA-0059
Professional Development Specialist
(Health Sciences and Public Administration)
Boise State has an opening for a Professional Development Specialist in its new Center for Professional Development. The Center will offer degree programs, certificates, and professional education/training programs to meet the needs of health care professionals, business and industry communities, non-profits, government agencies and technology enterprises. The Center for Professional Development is a unit in the Division of Extended Studies at Boise State University. The Professional Development Specialist reports directly to the Director of the Center and will provide program development and management support to the Division’s professional education and outreach services in close cooperation with the relevant academic colleges.
Working closely with the faculty, the Professional Development Specialists will develop and implement both non-credit and credit programs for professional audiences.

98. CCE Professional Development
Team Membership The core group is affiliated primarily with Extension administration.A key strategy is linking with the professional development committees of
Professional Development CCE PublicSite Staff Home CCE Program Development Opportunities Curriculum Adv Study Instructors General Links Prof Assoc Team Mission To initiate and promote individual, group, and team learning and professional growth opportunities within Cornell Cooperative Extension as a means for enhancing capacity to develop and deliver high impact educational programs and strengthen organization learning. Needs Assessment, Planning, Coordination, Monitoring and Evaluation
  • provide information and assistance for individuals and inservice education providers to determine professional development needs coordinate and promote professional development opportunities system wide monitor and assess status of professional development opportunities system-wide and develop appropriate enhancement strategies
Curriculum Support and Development
  • identify and maintain a professional development curriculum based on core competencies for CCE solicit, initiate, and promote professional development opportunities

99. Service Administration Professional Development Certificate
Service administration professional development Certificate College ofHuman development • University of WisconsinStout Requirements
Service Administration
Professional Development Certificate
Requirements The Service Administration is a graduate-level certificate designed to address operational issues in tangible and intangible services administraiton. The certificate will serve those individuals employed within industry who seek advanced techniques that can be directly applied toward the working environment. The 12-credit certificate includes the following courses: SRVM-554 Services Marketing Management SRVM-610 Electronic Service Management SRVM-620 International Service Concepts SRVM-621
HT-747 Customer Interaction Center Management or
Seminar in Hospitality Management degree programs website. For information, contact:
    Robert Davies
    448 Home Economics Building
    University of Wisconsin-Stout
    Menomonie, WI 54751-0790

100. Archived: January 28, 1999 -- Clinton Administration Initiatives To Help Recruit
Through the following initiatives, the Clinton administration is committed to KeepTheir Skills Upto-Date and Energized through professional development.
A r c h i v e d I n f o r m a t i o n
Clinton Administration Initiatives to Help Recruit, Train and Support the Development of New Teachers
Secretary's Remarks Press Release
The Full Report

Statement of NCES Commissioner O ver the next decade, America's schools will need to hire more than 2 million teachers to deal with continued growth of record-breaking enrollments and teacher retirements. This need arises at a point when states and local schools are developing more challenging academic standards for students. To improve student learning, we must ensure that our teachers can meet high standards. Through the following initiatives, the Clinton Administration is committed to investing in the recruitment, preparation, innovative practices and support of a high-quality teaching force for the schools of the 21st century.
Recruiting Talented Americans of All Ages into Teaching
  • Supporting recruitment and preparation of qualified teachers to serve high-need communities;
  • Awarding competitive grants to states that support recruitment of teachers to work in areas that suffer a shortage of qualified teaching candidates;
  • Investing in efforts to support the training of teachers who meet the critical need for fully certified bilingual and English-as-a-second-language teachers;

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