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  1. Continuing Professional Development: A Practical Guide for Teachers and Schools (Educational Management) by Anna Craft, 2001-01-04
  2. Constructive Assessment in Mathematics: Practical Steps for Classroom Teachers (Key Resources in Professional Development) by David Clarke, 1997-12-15
  3. Changing Teachers, Changing Times: Teachers' Work and Culture in the Postmodern Age (Professional Development and Practice Series) by Andy Hargreaves, 1994-03
  4. Professional Development: The Dynamics of Success (Senior Year Experience Series) by Mary Wilkes-Hull, C. Bruce Crosswait, 1995-11-09
  5. Effective Professional Development Schools (Agenda for Education in a Democracy, V. 3.) by Richard W. Clark, 1999-04-02
  6. Evidence-Based Instruction in Reading: Professional Development Guide to Fluency, A (Evidence-Based Instruction in Reading) by Nancy D. Padak, Timothy V Rasinski, 2007-06-03
  7. Routing TCP/IP Volume I (CCIE Professional Development) by Jeff Doyle, 2007-05-11
  8. The Requirements Engineering Handbook (Artech House Technology Management and Professional Development Library) by Ralph, R. Young, 2003-11-30
  9. Teachers Caught in the Action: Professional Development That Matters (School Reform, 31)
  10. The Longman Guide to Writing Center Theory and Practice (Professional Development in Composition) by Robert W. Barnett, Jacob S Blumner, 2007-05-07
  11. Learning to Lead Mathematics Professional Development by Catherine E. Carroll, Judith Mumme, 2007-05-12
  12. Architect's Essentials of Professional Development (The Architect's Essentials of Professional Practice) by Jean R. Valence, 2003-07-30
  13. Network Security Principles and Practices (CCIE Professional Development) (CCIE Professional Development) by Saadat Malik, 2002-11-25
  14. Preparing for the Praxis Exams (Professional Development) (Merrill Professional Development Series) by Rodney Estrada, 2004-11-07

61. IDEA Practices: Professional Development Resources: Universal Design/Accessing T
professional development Resources View by Topic UniversalDesign/Accessing the general Curriculum.

62. Kingston University London - Continuing Professional Development In Education
general information. Authorities in developing new initiatives to ensure a wide rangeof opportunities are available for professional development that accord
Text only Home INSET/CPD PROGRAMME Welcome General information Course philosophy Course structure and candidate progression ... Entry qualifications Postgraduate award bearing routes Citizenship and PSHE Early Years Emotional and Behavioral Difficulties Gifted, Talented and Able ... Travelling to Kingston University SEARCH THIS SITE Advanced search Site A-Z CPD Home General information The INSET/CPD award bearing programmes at the School of Education, both on-site and off-site, can lead toward an MA in Education after three phases of study. It is also possible to obtain interim awards of Postgraduate Certificate in Professional Studies in Education and Postgraduate Diploma in Professional Studies in Education. The School of Education works closely with Local Education Authorities in developing new initiatives to ensure a wide range of opportunities are available for professional development that accord with Teacher Training Agency (TTA) priorities. New initiatives this year include:
  • Inter-institutional Education Doctorate (Ed.D), offered in conjunction between Kingston University, University of Surrey and University of Surrey (Roehampton)

63. IDI - Medical & Health Professional - Development & Consultancy
professional development Consultancy. these programs can vary from Public and PrivateHealth Care Facilities, Divisions of general Practice, Pharmaceutical
The International Diabetes Institute provides comprehensive education programs in diabetes both here at the Institute and at host organisations throughout Australia. The clients for these programs can vary from Public and Private Health Care Facilities, Divisions of General Practice , Pharmaceutical companies, Catering companies and organisations requiring a health awareness program for their staff and can vary in duration from a comprehensive 5 day program to 1 hour updates. Our expertise goes beyond diabetes. We have learnt valuable lessons in lifestyle change from our experience with diabetes which are applicable to many chronic conditions and maintaining wellness. The Institute has a highly skilled team of health professionals including Physicians, Researchers, Nurse Educators, Dietitians, Epidemiologists and a Counsellor, who are able to develop an education program for your staff. These can be held either at a venue of your choice or at the Institute, we are able to structure training programs to meet the needs of the staff participating and the organisations needs. On site programs offer the opportunity to meet specific needs within your organisation. They have the added advantage of accessing large numbers of staff within the work environment and can be integrated into existing continuing education programs.

64. Standard General Ledger: Basic- Professional Development Courses - Treasury Agen
This......Standard general Ledger Basic. 2day Course , Credit 16 CPEs ,Tuition $475.00 , Course Dates , Register Online.
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Standard General Ledger: Basic
Course Dates Register Online
This course presents the U. S. Government Standard General Ledger (SGL) document components and explains the objectives and policies of the SGL. It is designed to differentiate between budgetary and proprietary accounting and explains the integration of budgetary and proprietary SGL accounts. It provides a full explanation of the basic flow of transactions and required pro forma entries. This course is continuously updated to present the most recent changes to accounts and pro forma entries. SGL: Basic is the first course in the SGL series of courses.
Major topics include:
  • Accounting for basic operating appropriations and reimbursable work
  • Information contained in the SGL accounts and how the accounts are used
  • The most common accounting transactions and accounts used in federal agencies
  • Practical exercises and case studies to reinforce course content
Who should attend:
Those who have an understanding of accounting and would like to obtain information on the structure and flow of SGL financial transactions.

65. Standard General Ledger: Advanced - Professional Development Courses - Treasury
Standard general Ledger Advanced. 2day Course , Credit 16 CPEs , Tuition $475.00 , Course Dates , Register Online.
Overview Courses Conferences Calendar ... E-Learning (FMS Only) Directions Policies Room Rental About TAS ... Contacts Search for:
Located in:
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Standard General Ledger: Advanced
Course Dates Register Online
This companion SGL course continues the explanation of the most common U.S. Government Standard General Ledger transactions for operating appropriations and reimbursable work including additional SGL accounts, descriptions crosswalks and pro forma entries. This course assumes that you have full understanding of the basic flows and relationships that are explained in the SGL-Basic or –Intermediate classes.
Major topics include:
  • Closing, expiring, and canceling entries for reimbursable and direct funding
  • Allocation entries for intra-fund transfers
  • Unfunded liabilities and expenses
  • Current year adjusting entries for:
    • Obligations different from commitments
    • Expenditures different from obligations
    • Payments with discounts
    • Reimbursable orders
    Who should attend:
    Those proficient at the operational and transactional level of federal accounting who have attended the SGL-Basic or SGL-Intermediate and would like training in the more difficult concepts of the SGL and accounting operations.

66. UWSP Professional Development Network
UWSP Extension. UWSP Home. Map. Home Courses Map Staff Fees general Information . Copyright 2001, UWSP professional development Network.
Courses Registration Add-On Certificates Fees Courses Registration Add-On Certificates Fees ... General Information

67. Create Time For Professional Development
Create Time for professional development. Pathways Home Purnell and Hill (1991)identify six general approaches to creating time for staff development
Create Time for Professional Development
Purnell and Hill (1991) identify six general approaches to creating time for staff development:
  • Promote time outside the classroom during the school day (e.g., use substitutes to free teachers to attend workshops, conferences, observe other classes). Refocus the purpose of existing time commitments (e.g., use faculty meetings). Reschedule the school day (e.g., adjustments are made in the master schedule). Increase the amount of available time (e.g., use of supplemental contracts and stipends for teachers to attend summer trainings, extend participation beyond the usual hours). Promote teachers volunteering some of their time (e.g., create conducive conditions such as babysitting services, allocate space for teachers' conference). Promote more efficient time use (e.g., make meetings more efficient, use technology).
In addition, Raywid (1993) cites a number of examples for creating professional development time:
  • Use part or all of faculty, department, or team meetings for professional development. Lengthen the school day for 20 minutes four days per week; use an early release on the fifth day to provide an extended period of time for professional development.

68. Professional Development
a REALTOR® member respect and confidence from their peers and the general public. UnderProfessional development print the PDF format scholarship application.

REALTOR® Designations
Georgia REALTOR® Institute Scholarships Approved Board School Listing ... Education Registration/ View Course Offerings GRI General Information What is GRI? GRI stands for Graduate, REALTOR® Institute which is a 90 hour prestigious, nationally recognized designation course. Once you have earned the designation you may proudly wear your GRI pin...with no annual dues or renewal fees. You can earn this GRI designation online or in the live classroom setting. What is the Graduate, REALTOR® Institute?
An exciting education program that provides practical real estate training for the new or seasoned practitioner which leads to the Graduate, Realtor Institute (GRI) designation. The GRI designation is a mark of distinction that earns a REALTOR® member respect and confidence from their peers and the general public. Graduates are recognized nationwide for competence and expertise. This is a 90 hour course that can be take in 30 hour increments.
How can you benefit from earning the GRI designation?

69. U Of M: General College: Crdeul.
CRDEUL Home. professional development. CRDEUL provides opportunitiesfor professional development including a Visiting Scholar program
Return to: General College U of M Home One Stop Directories ...
Resource Library

333 Appleby Hall
128 Pleasant Street S.E.
Minneapolis, MN 55455
Phone: (612) 625-6411
Fax: (612) 625-0709
Professional Development
CRDEUL provides opportunities for professional development including a Visiting Scholar program, monthly forums, and meetings on future directions in developmental education.
  • Visiting Scholar
    Visiting scholars for public lectures and workshops on topics of interest to developmental educators. Forums Monthly forums during the academic school year featuring a variety of topics and projects conducted by regional affiliates. These are free and open to the public. No RSVP required. Future Directions Meetings on trends in developmental education and urban literacy by bringing together regional and national leaders in the field of education. Metropolitan Higher Education Consortium
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70. General Recommendations For Upcoming Professional Development Workshop
Back to Planning meeting 9-10th February 2004. general recommendationsfor upcoming professional development Workshop. Based on

71. Center For Professional Development At Santa Clara University
© 2003 Center for professional development, Santa Clara University Center for professionaldevelopment, Santa Clara University, 500 El Camino Real, Santa Clara
SCU Home Page Phonebook Campus Map Site Index Search Home General Information Counseling Psychology Professional Communication ... Links
General Information Contact Information Location
500 El Camino Real
Santa Clara, CA 95053
and directions
408-551-1981 (Phone)
408-554-5038 (Fax)

Current Calendar

Center for Professional Development, Santa Clara University, 500 El Camino Real, Santa Clara, CA 95053 For more information: Phone: 408-551-1981 - Fax: 408-554-5038

72. Victorian Auditor-General's Office (Australia)
Home Career Centre professional development Program. professionaldevelopment Program Effective professional development is essential
Career Centre
Career Centre
Professional Development Program
Effective professional development is essential to the success of our operations, and to the achievement of personal satisfaction and professional competence of our staff. A comprehensive Professional Development Program is offered to ensure that our staff are able to successfully meet their professional auditing responsibilities, and assistance is provided to complete professional accreditation or additional specialised qualifications.
National and international opportunities
Our Office has relationships with Audit Offices in all Australian States and Territories, as well as with approximately 150 international Audit Offices, with the potential for secondment opportunities. We also provide skills-based training to Audit Offices in the Pacific Region. These national and international relationships offer valuable opportunities to our staff.
Professional and Postgraduate studies
We provide support to people wishing to undertake relevant further studies including meeting the requirements for membership of the Institute of Chartered Accountants and CPA Australia. This includes study leave and assistance with course fees.
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73. CDS International: Professional Development Program
professional development Program, Application Deadline Rolling Program for youngprofessionals in the Media and Communications general communications; mass
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.

74. General Information About The Department Of Professional Development And Applied
Fax (608) 2652329. WriteProfessional development and Applied Studies 313Lowell Center 610 Langdon St. Madison, WI 53703. E-mail
Department Homepage On-Site Training Learning Online How to Register
Program Disciplines:
Business Writing Clergy Programs Desktop Publishing Diversity Issues ... Workplace Communications
Contacting us
Call: (608) 263-2088 or 1-800-442-4617 ... Fax: (608) 265-2329 Write:Professional Development and Applied Studies
313 Lowell Center
610 Langdon St.
Madison, WI 53703 E-mail: Top of page
If you are not able to participate in the program, you can identify a substitute. If you must cancel and do so up to three business days prior to the beginning of the program, you will receive a full refund minus a $20 administrative fee. If you cancel less than three business days prior to the beginning of the program, or do not participate, you are responsible for the entire fee. Top of page
Cancellation of classes
Noncredit classes are cancelled if other classes on the UW-Madison campus are cancelled due to weather or other emergencies. Madison-area radio and TV stations announce cancellations. If a single program is cancelled, you will be notified by phone. Please include your daytime and evening phone numbers on the registration form.

75. BERKLEE | Professional Development Programs
Berklee offers the following professional development Programs general EducationSymposium Inspirational Teaching and The Art of Leadership, with Benjamin
Jump to: HOMEPAGE Admissions Application Berklee Performance Center Berklee Today Campus Tour Career Development Center Calendars Careers in Music Commencement Community Affairs Computer Requirements/Info Contacting Berklee Core Music Curriculum Counseling/Advising Courses Dining Services Emergency Closings and Weather Alerts Employment Events Calendar Facilities Faculty Faculty Top Fives Financial Aid Forms for Download Giving to Berklee High School Jazz Festival Housing International Programs Internships Library/Media Center Loans Majors Maps of Campus/Boston Music Jobs and Gigs Online School Orientation Parents Information President's Office Press Room Professional Programs Proficiency Assessments Scholarships Student Activities Student Employment Student Profiles Student Services Summer Programs Tuition and Costs Visiting Berklee World Scholarship Tour ACADEMIC DEPARTMENTS Bass Brass Composition Contemporary Writing and Production Ear Training Ensembles Film Scoring General Education Guitar Harmony Jazz Composition Music Business/Management Music Education Music Production and Engineering Music Synthesis Music Therapy Percussion Professional Music Piano Songwriting Strings Voice Woodwinds OTHER BERKLEE SITES

76. Professional Development / Victim Services / Victim Witness Articles
Articles Go to Article Keyword Listing Go to professional development Page Go to andConditional Release Department of the Solicitor general Canada Canada
Professional Development Articles
Victim Services - Police / Public Articles
Victim / Witness - Court Articles

Go to Article Keyword Listing

Go to Professional Development Page

Go to Victim Services Page

Go to Victim / Witness Page
The article links on this page serve as reference material for all of the above topical headings. 1996 International Crime Victimization Survey: .pdf A Best Practice Model for Victim Services .pdf Lamont, Louise - Conference Reducing Criminality - Australia (2000) A Guide for Implementing Teen Court Programs : Godwin, Tracy M., (1996) A Primer on Critical Incident Stress Management : Everly, Jr., George S. Ph.D., C.T.S. and Mitchell, Jeffrey T. Ph.D., C.T.S. A Victim's Guide to the Canadian Criminal Justice System .pdf Canadian Resource Centre for Victims of Crime - Canada (2001) A Victim's Right to Speak - Victim Impact Statements : Alexander, Ellen K. and Lord, Janice Harris (1994) Accessing Information: OVC Resource Center And Other Services : Office for Victims of Crime - USA (1999) Addressing Correctional Officer Stress - Programs and Strategies .pdf Finn, Peter - National Institute of Justice - USA (2001)

77. PACE - Professional Development
For more information or to register for a general meeting, please contactus. About PACE Legislation professional development Publications.
PACE holds general meetings four times per year. The meetings are organized around an agenda that is mailed to participants prior to meeting dates.
Sample Agenda:
  • A workshop presentation on current issues effecting the child care industry Question and Answer session with PACE Board of Directors A general discussion of issues and votes An opportunity to network with fellow members and peers
Meetings are open to the public.
Schedule of upcoming meetings:
General Meeting, September 25, 2004
For more information or to register for a general meeting, please contact us
About PACE
Legislation Professional Development ... Contact Us General Meetings search
About PACE
Legislation Professional
... Staff Directory

78. NASD - Professional Development - Phase II Ethics Symposium - General Informatio
Ethics Symposium Registration, Accommodations, and general InformationMay 17 18, 2004 University of Miami UM Convocation Center

Professional Development

NASD Institute

2004 Schedule

Certificate Requirements
Career Opportunities

Ethics Symposium
Registration, Accommodations, and General Information May 17 - 18, 2004
University of Miami UM Convocation Center Hurricane 100 Room 1245 Walsh Avenue Coral Gables, FL 33146 Symposium Registration Fees
The registration fee for the Ethics Symposium is . Registration fee covers materials, continental breakfast, lunch, and breaks. The Ethics Symposium will be held at the University of Miami UM Convocation Center. The UM Convocation Center is located in South Florida at 1245 Walsh Avenue, Coral Gables, Florida 33146. Hotel accommodations are the responsibility of the attendee. Several hotels are located in close driving distance to the UM Convocation Center. For more specifics about the UM Convocation Center, please review the Logistics/Accommodations FAQ Web Page Cancellations Please see the NASD Institute at Wharton Cancellation and Refund Policy for more information. Top How To Register Note to NASD Employee Registrants: NASD employee attendees must register for NASD Institute programs by filling out the downloadable registration form and faxing to NASD Conference Services at (202) 728-6956. Please

79. Professional Development And Non-Credit Education - Personal Enrichment
general INFORMATION. The Office of professional development and NonCredit Educationclasses are designed for individuals of all ages unless otherwise indicated
About Registration
Located in the E. F. Yerby Center on Grove Circle at University Avenue, the Division of Outreach and Continuing Education is open year round (excluding University-observed holidays). Several options for registration are available: internet, fax, mail-in, walk-in, and phone. Please see program specifics. Our regular hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Registration begins now and continues until the date your class begins except where noted. For fax, mail-in, and internet registration, please allow enough time prior to class starting time to process. All programs have limited enrollment and are filled on a first-come basis. You must register before attending class, and by enrolling early, you ensure your place in the class of your choice.
Who May Enroll
The Office of Professional Development and Non-Credit Education classes are designed for individuals of all ages unless otherwise indicated. If you have any questions about specific classes, please call 662.915.7283 before enrolling. Noncredit, short-term classes are for all ages. These classes do not require admission to the University.

80. The Guardian Jobs Education General Childcare Quality And
Childcare Quality and professional development Coordinator. Organisation City ofWestminster Council Location Salary £27,525 - £30,267 plus benefits Date

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