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  1. Managing Virtual Teams: Practical Techniques for High-Technology Project Managers (Artech House Professional Development Library) by Martha Haywood, 1998-10
  2. The Action Learning Handbook: Powerful Techniques for Education, Professional Development and Training by Anne Brockbank, 2004-03-10
  3. Designing Professional Development for Teachers of Science and Mathematics by Susan Loucks-Horsley, Peter W. Hewson, et all 1997-12-01
  4. Teacher Professional Development in Changing Conditions
  5. The New High-Tech Manager: Six Rules for Success in Changing Times (Artech House Technology Management and Professional Development Library) by Kenneth Durham, Bruce Kennedy, 1997-04
  6. Competencies for Staff Educators: Tools to Evaluate and Enhance Nursing Professional Development by Barbara Brunt, 2007-01-26
  7. The Arlington Group: Professional Development Program Management tool suite. (Business Partners).(Brief Article): An article from: Association Management
  8. The Language Teacher's Portfolio: A Guide for Professional Development (Contemporary Language Studies) by Jacqueline Davis, Terry A. Osborn, 2003-10-30
  9. Best Practices in Attorney Professional Development: Heading Off and Handling Wrong Turns by ABA Career Resource Center with the cooperation of the Professional Development Consortium, 2005-01-25
  10. Leading Professional Development in Education by Elizabeth Bird, 2001-01-18
  11. Professional Development for Youth Workers, Number 104: New Directions for Youth Development (J-B MHS Single Issue Mental Health Services)
  12. Managing Complex Technical Projects: A Systems Engineering Approach (Artech House Technology Management and Professional Development Library) by R. Ian Faulconbridge, Michael J. Ryan, 2002-11
  13. Whole-Faculty Study Groups: Creating Student-Based Professional Development by Carlene U. Murphy, Dale W. Lick, 2001-03-12
  14. Teaching in Progress (3rd Edition) (Professional Development in Composition) by Josephine Tarvers, Cindy Moore, 2007-08-30

101. RIDE- Teacher Preparation, Certification, And Professional Development - General
who have taught in the public schools of Rhode Island for three (3) years and whohave satisfied the appropriate professional development requirements for
Teacher Certification and Teacher Quality
State Certification Glossary of Terms and Certificate Explanations: Accredited Institution: Any postsecondary institution accredited by one (1) of the six (6) regional accrediting commissions.
In-Service Coursework: Staff development activities which have been approved, prior to the initiation of the activity, by the Office of Teacher Certification. Such approval will also indicate number of credit hours to be allowed for the activity. Approved Institution: Any Rhode Island postsecondary institution approved by the Board of Governors for Higher Education. Approved Program: A postsecondary teacher education program holding
current approved status under the program approval standards of the Department of Education.
Demonstrated Teaching Experience: A statement from the Superintendent of Schools or his/her designee indicating the actual experience in terms of subject area, grade level, and length of said experience.

102. RIDE- Teacher Preparation, Certification, And Professional Development - General
general Instructions Chapter 1611-1 of the general Laws of Rhode Island requiresthat all educational personnel be properly certified PRIOR to being employed
Teacher Certification and Teacher Quality
State Certification General Instructions
Chapter 16-11-1 of the General Laws of Rhode Island requires that all educational personnel be properly certified PRIOR to being employed in an educational setting that requires certification.
  • Complete Application Form
    Applications must be TYPED or PRINTED. All questions must be answered accurately and completely. Entry of false information may result in denial or revocation of the certificate. PLEASE NOTE: ONLY COMPLETED APPLICATION PACKAGES WILL BE PROCESSED.
    Official college transcripts must be submitted with the application showing conferral of all degrees. Original student transcripts are acceptable; copies are not accepted. Transcripts must not be sent separately to the Office of Teacher Certification. Transcripts must accompany the application.
    MEET TESTING REQUIREMENTS: Except for vocational teachers*, all individuals applying for a teaching certificate in Rhode Island must pass the appropriate test(s) as noted below for the designated teaching certificates. Test results must accompany the application. Educational Testing Service (ETS) administers these examinations through the PRAXIS Series of assessments. ETS can be contacted by calling (609) 771-7395 or on line at
  • 103. Professional Development
    professional development. What we provide. The University of Plymouth s professionaldevelopment web pages provide information about the following opportunities.
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    Professional Development
    What we provide The University of Plymouth's professional development web pages provide information about the following opportunities
    • Short courses Continuing Education Training Seminars Workshops Lifelong Learning Training Conferences Exhibitions Professional Development Executive Education Personal Development Continuing Education for Health service professionals
    The University of Plymouth and professional development The needs of professionals in the workplace change with the demands of their business and the updating of a staff's skills and knowledge is of prime importance. Here at the University of Plymouth we have long-established industry and community links, and an excellent record of providing industrially relevant professional development courses and opportunities. Training and events can also be arranged to suit the needs of individual organisations and we'd be pleased to discuss your requirements. Please use the search facility or a-z title listing to find the event you're interested in.

    104. Professional Development
    development Models Resources for various professional development models; Includesgeneral models and models for technology professional development.
    Professional Development
    Professional Development Theory
    Resources for Professional Development
    • Online Professional Development Courses
      Technology courses for teachers; Targets basic technology skills, specific advanced skills, or technology integration skills and concepts; Includes free and fee-based courses. Professional Organizations
      State, national, and international organizations offering professional development courses and conferences, networking opportunities, and legislative information.
    Tracking Teacher Development

    105. Professional Development
    Along with other growth in the field, the educational and professional developmentservices available to educators, administrators, and support staff have

    Literacy ...
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    State-Developed Opportunities

    Philadelphia Professional Development Center
    General Information
    The Mayor's Commission on Literacy was established in the early 1980s to coordinate adult literacy activities in the city. Since that time adult literacy programs in the city have seen unprecented growth. From twenty independent programs providing adult literacy services in 1983, there are now over two hundred such programs. As the number of programs has grown, so have the number of adult learners served and the number of volunteer tutors and paid teachers and administrators. As the number of adults served and the number of sites available for adult education have increased, the field has also seen an increased growth in the level of professionalism. A system that was almost entirely based on the efforts of volunteer tutors twenty years ago has grown to include more professional adult educators and administrators. Along with other growth in the field, the educational and professional development services available to educators, administrators, and support staff have become increasingly sophisticated and diverse. Since its inception in 1983, the Mayor's Commission on Literacy in Philadelphia has been guiding professional growth in adult literacy education in Philadelphia. Through tutor training, use of technology, staff development, and pilot projects, the Commission has worked to oversee the development of good practices and services to provide adult learners in Philadelphia with the best opportunities to reach their goals.

    106. RCP Continuing Professional Development (CPD)
    Continuing professional development. The Federation of the RoyalColleges of Physicians of the UK runs a Continuing professional
    Continuing Professional Development
    The Federation of the Royal Colleges of Physicians of the UK runs a Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Scheme for all post-training physicians. The Scheme covers development for both clinical and non-clinical physician roles. CPD Scheme registrants can participate via an online or paper-based system.
    Physicians new to CPD
    Registration forms received by the CPD Office will be processed for the 2004/2005 CPD year. Any CPD done prior to the 1st April 2004 will not be backdated. As long as you have kept your own CPD records for previous years, this should be sufficient for appraisal purposes. For the details of the CPD Scheme and how to register, click on:
    Joining the CPD Scheme

    Registration Form
    (PDF, 32k)
    Guidelines for completing the Registration Form
    To view the CPD for UK Physicians booklet, click on:
    CPD for UK Physicians
    (PDF, 53k)
    Physicians registered for CPD
    To use the online CPD diary, if you are registered to do so, click on:
    Online CPD Diary
    If you are using the paper-based CPD Diary and want to search the approved External educational activities database, click on:

    107. FAQs & General Information - Business Management - Professional Development Cent
    If your educational or professional background is management, human resources, webdevelopment, or marketing of questions is in the general Information section
    Below is a list of Frequently Asked Questions, along with their answers. If you don't find your question in the list below, or if the answer doesn't cover everything you need to know, please contact us directly.
    How do I get started with the program?
    There are no pre-requisites for the program or any formal admissions process. Simply register for individual classes. Once you have completed the program requirements, notify us and we will issue your Business Management certificate.
    What will I get out of the program?
    There are many benefits to the program that are detailed above under “Benefits.” To summarize, you will earn a professional development certificate of completion and, though fellow students and instructors, build your network of business contacts. But most importantly, you will learn a variety of practical business management tools and techniques that you can immediately use on the job. What’s the difference between this program and an MBA?

    108. Centennial College - Special Interest
    HOME Continuing Education PERSONAL professional development.PERSONAL professional development. From Feng Shui to first aid
    From Feng Shui to first aid to planning your future, these courses will add more to your life. Click here for a 2003/4 PDF file (4 pages) new Sept., 2004 - Aug. 2005 dates will be available in July 2004 ). Call to register today! Employers! Interested in training delivered on-site for your employees? P lease contact Karen Tippett, 416-289-5000 ext 2536, Creative Skills

    109. Bureau Of Educator Recruitment And Professional Development Home Page
    of Office. Statutory...... Educator Recruitment professional development.
    locationVar = "k12"; document.write(photoLink) Friday, June 11, 2004 Site Index ACT Adding a Subject Administrative Services Adult Education African Amer. Task Force Agriscience Education Apprenticeship Assessment Reqs. Assistance Plus Blind Services Blind Services Comm. Board of Governors Bright Futures Sch. Budget Information Business Technology Ed. Calendar District (pdf) Career Development CEPRI Chief Ed Finan. Off. Class Size College Bd FL Part. Colleges Comm. Coll. Chancellor Commissioner's Bio. Communications Contact Information Continuing Workforce Ed. Course Code Directory Course Descriptions Curric Frmwork Adult Curric Planning Tool Curriculum Support DCU Phone List Directories Distance Learning Diversified Ed. DOE Org. Chart DOE Phone List Ed. Data Warehouse Education Practices Commi Education Standards Comm Educational Facilities Educational Technology Emergency Plans Sch Employment English as 2nd Lang- ESOL Environmental Ed. Excellent Teach Prog FACTS.ORG FCAT Briefing Book (pdf) FCAT Explorer FCAT Myth vs. Fact (pdf) FCAT Results, All FCAT Scores FETPIP Financial Aid FL Ed Leadership Ex FL Ed. Foundation

    110. CPD/Training
    In this section you ll find information about Continuing professional development.
    In this section you'll find information about Continuing Professional Development. For a listing of all events in your state, select state only in the search form below.
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    All States ACT NSW NT QLD SA TAS VIC WA From January February March April May June July August September October November December To January February March April May June July August September October November December Category All categories CONF - Conference CONG - Congress DG - Discussion Group MOW - Member Orientation Worksh PD-AU - Audit PD-BU - Business Development PD-CG - Corporate Governance PD-GE - General Management PD-HR - Human Resources Managem PD-IT - Information Technology PD-MA - Management Accounting PD-MI - Miscellaneous PD-MK - Marketing PD-OT - Other PD-PE - Personal Development PD-PP - PP Residential Unit PD-RM - Risk Management PD-SU - Superannuation PD-TA - Taxation PD-TR - Treasury PROMO - Promotional Note: Only Australian events are searchable. For international events, see below.

    111. Penn State S Elementary Education Professional Development School
    Explore the following links to learn more aboutthis yearlong internship program

    112. IEDC
    professional development is a core value of the IEDC. It community.IEDC professional development Series. » 2004 Course Listings.
    Professional development is a core value of the IEDC. It is essential for enhancing your leadership skills, advancing your career, and, most importantly, plays an invaluable role in furthering your efforts in your community.
    IEDC Professional Development Series
    2004 Course Listings IEDC’s courses allow the economic developer knowledge on a diverse body of knowledge and provide an intense focus on current trends in economic development. Each course offers resourceful information that puts what the economic developer does on a daily basis into context. As more and more economic developers have to wear numerous hats within their organizations or departments, IEDC courses focus on the building blocks of economic development into two and three day courses digestable units. Offer exposure to tools and techniques practiced nationwide. IEDC offers more than 15 courses each year throughout the country, offering geographical diversity to fit scheduling and travel restraints. IEDC offers three tiers of registration fees, rewarding early registration. As such, attendees are encouraged to take advantage of the reduced early registration rate. Regular registration prices are applied to all courses a month before the course up until 10 days before the course. If you are unable to register for the course in the final 10 days before the course, make sure to call the IEDC offices to ensure the availability of on-site registration possibilities. IEDC’s courses are designed to taken on a one-by-one basis, so sign up for the courses as your professional needs require. You will be exposed to resourceful information, specialized, experienced and diverse trainers. In this manner, you can control your own schedule and course offerings to meet the needs for your own individual growth.

    113. School Of Engineering Professional Development & Continuing Education
    of business success in technologybased markets is assuring that technology decisions(such as product/service definition, development methodology, product
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    Audience Administration List of Readings ... Learning Objectives Entrepreneurship and Business for Engineers and Scientists - TG 401 and TG 501
    Course Objective
    This course investigates business-related considerations in successfully commercializing new technology. It exposes technologists to five critical aspects of creating a successful new venture and/or a successful product/service business in an existing enterprise: - market and customer analysis
    - beating the competition
    - planning and managing for profitability
    - high-tech marketing and sales
    - business partnerships and acquisitions. Overview of Course Content
    Areas of study include:
    1. The role of technical people in existing and new businesses

    114. Fresno Pacific School Of Professional Studies, Center For Professional Developme
    general Information The School of professional Studies, through its Center for professionalDevelopment (CPD), offers a variety of independent study courses to
    CPD Home General Information General Information
    Fresno Pacific University
    Fresno Pacific University is located in Central California in the San Joaquin Valley. The university is situated on a 42-acre campus in Fresno, California, between the Sierra Nevada Mountains one hour to the east, and the beaches of the Pacific Ocean, two hours to the west.
    The school began as Pacific Bible Institute in 1944. After a transitional junior college phase, Fresno Pacific University received Western Association of Schools and Colleges accreditation in 1965, the same year in which the first Bachelor of Arts degrees were granted. A fully accredited graduate program in Education was initiated in 1976. The growth and development of undergraduate, graduate, and professional studies programs led to renaming the college Fresno Pacific University. Fresno Pacific University is the only fully accredited, Christian liberal arts senior school in the southern part of California's great Central Valley. Fresno Pacific University serves not only members of the Mennonite Brethren Church but also persons from the larger church and public.
    School of Professional Studies Mission Statement
    The mission of the School of Professional Studies is to model and to extend the kingdom of God in this world through professional development dedicated to meeting the lifelong learning needs of individuals serving society while engaged in the professions. The School seeks to integrate theory and practice through innovative strategies, and to encourage professionals in informed reflection on values that inspire the highest standards of professional and ethical behavior in the pursuit of excellence in their chosen field, in order to bring transformation to society.

    115. RACGP | Accreditation And Ongoing Continuing Professional Development Requiremen
    Accreditation and Ongoing Continuing professional development Requirements for RecognisedGeneral Practitioners Claiming MBS Items 193, 195, 197 and 199 for

    116. Opportunities.html
    The links below provide brief descriptions of some UML professional developmentofferings. Course Redesign for general Education Outcomes Summer 99, 3 days.
    UML Professional Development Opportunities
    Statement of Purpose Since their inception in 1995 faculty institutes have offered a variety of in-depth workshops in four areas: teaching and learning, research, technology, and professional development. The Summer Institute offers three-day seminars with specific end-product requirements. The Winter Institute provides one-day seminars. Registration is open to all UML faculty. The links below provide brief descriptions of some UML professional development offerings.
    I. Colloquia
    Conversation Dinner Topics Deans/Department Dinner Topics Other Colloquia Orientation for New Faculty ... Reception for Teaching Award Recipients '99
    II. Faculty Enrichment Institutes
    Promotion and Tenure Process Summer '96 - '03 3 days Preparing for PMYR: Background, Purposes and Objectives Summer '01 - '03 3 days Developing a Teaching Portfolio: Assessing Your Own Teaching Summer '97 3 days
    III. Pedagogy and Pedagogy/Technology Workshops 1995 to present
    Also see VI below. Early Teaching with Technology workshops

    117. Of General Interest...
    Contact Gail Gasparich at 410704-4515 or Joel Snodgrass at 410-704-5033. ****.Welcome to our professional Opportunities Pages.

    Member Information Grants Awards ... Announcements
    Towson University: Masters in Science Education The Master of Science in Science Education is designed to enhance the content knowledge and teaching skills of Maryland state high school science teachers. The program is designed to prepare teachers for national board certification through the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards (NBPTS). Educational objectives of this program are to: enhance the depth of content knowledge of students within the scientific discipline; train students in the practice of science, including the design and execution of controlled experiments, data analysis, knowledge application and reporting; provide the students with current knowledge on best practices in teaching science, including the most recent advances in pedagogy, authentic assessment, the use of state and national standards, and the application of instructional technology. A diverse course offering of primarily 600- and 700-level courses is available in the evening to accommodate working teachers. Teachers may choose a Biology or a Chemistry track under the Masters of Science in Science Education program. Students in the biology and chemistry tracks will obtain a non-thesis Master of Science degree through a combination of course work in scientific content areas and education, and optional research projects. Degree requirements consist of 36 semester hours of course work. No more than three courses may be taken at the 500 level.

    118. Blackwell Medicine - Homepage
    the very best in academic research, practice development and student learning.
    BLACKWELL HOME HELP CONTACT PRIVACY Any Title Author Medicine Menu Medicine Home Books Journals Advanced Search ... For the Healthcare Industry Shopping Cart Medical Specialties
    Welcome to Blackwell Medicine Blackwell Publishing is one of the world’s leading medical publishers, representing the very best in academic research, practice development and student learning. To see the full range of content within Blackwell Medicine please choose a specialty: You must enable JavaScript before this list will work. Select a specialty Allergy, Clinical Immunology and Respiratory Medicine Basic Medical Sciences Cardiology Dermatology Dentistry Endocrinology Gastroenterology General, Internal and Emergency Medicine Geriatric Medicine Family Practice Hematology Obstetrics and Gynecology Pediatrics Pharmacology and Therapeutics Psychiatry Renal Medicine Surgery and Surgical Specialities Transplantation Urology Vascular Medicine Medical Students, Junior Doctors and Residents

    119. Section 100.2 General School Requirements
    SECTION 100.2. 100.2 general school requirements. (dd) Professionaldevelopment plan. (1) Requirement. (i) By September 1, 2000, and
    SECTION 100.2 100.2 General school requirements. (dd) Professional development plan. Requirement.
      (i) By September 1, 2000, and annually by September 1 of each school year thereafter, each school district and Board of Cooperative Educational Services (BOCES) shall adopt a professional development plan that meets the content requirements prescribed in paragraph (2) of this subdivision. The purpose of the plan shall be to improve the quality of teaching and learning by ensuring that teachers participate in substantial professional development in order that they remain current with their profession and meet the learning needs of their students. The plan shall also ensure that holders of level III teaching assistants certificates and that substitute teachers who work on a long-term basis, as defined in section 80-5.4 of this Title, are provided the opportunity to participate in the professional development program of the district or BOCES. (ii) Such professional development plan may be a part of a comprehensive education plan of the district or BOCES, provided that the professional development plan meets all of the requirements of this subdivision, including the requirements related to collaboration with the professional development team in the development of the plan as prescribed in paragraph (3) of this subdivision, or may be a free-standing plan of the district or BOCES.

    120. Technology Literacy Challenge Fund (TLCF) -- Graphics
    This year s grant competition is now closed. The following is an excerptfrom a letter written by Secretary Richard W. Riley about
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    This year's grant competition is now closed.
    The following is an excerpt from a letter written by Secretary Richard W. Riley about the Technology Literacy Challenge Fund. "The President has launched a national mission to ensure that every student in every school will be technologically literate in the 21st century. In order to meet this challenge, the President has urged the private sector, schools, teachers, students, community groups, States, local governments, and the federal government to work in partnership toward achieving the following four goals: All teachers will have the training and support they need to help all students learn through computers and through the information superhighway; All teachers and students will have modern computers in their classrooms;

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