Extractions: Director, ASCD Annual Conference Hi, I'm Kathleen Burke , Director of ASCD's Annual Conference. Welcome to ASCD's Annual Conference Online 2003. We are pleased to present a series of online programs that will preview topics and highlights of the 2003 Annual Conference. Joining us now is Ann Cunningham-Morris Every year at Annual Conference, we have several pre-conference institutes that you and your team organize. Can you tell us about these sessions and what participants may expect? Pre-conference sessions are one-, two-, or three-day institutes on particular topics that take place prior to Annual Conference. Actually this year we are offering 24 pre-conference institutes, so there is definitely something for everyone.
PATH E-Mail News 5/18/01 closely related to curriculum development, education, evaluation, or 4H, Coordinationof georgias participation in and leadership of staff development for 4 http://www.plant.uga.edu/enews/2001/may18.htm
Education Coordinating Council and includes information on georgia's private institutions preparation, which benefitshis education reform efforts need to restructure staff development to make http://www.state.ga.us/ecc/minutes/minutes8_15_02.html
Extractions: Governor Roy E. Barnes, Chairman of the Education Coordinating Council welcomed everyone and asked Cathy Henson, Chair, State Board of Education (SBOE) for an update on the activities of the End-of-Course Tests Committee (EOCTC). Ms. Henson recognized members of her committee and commended them for their hard work. Highlights from her presentation included a review of: Current policies in place for completion of high school;
Staff 3, staff. NIBAs mission is to promote business development through education,communication and advocacy. georgia Gibson firstname.lastname@example.org. http://www.nibanetwork.org/staff.htm
Extractions: Staff Pete Homer- email@example.com Business Development Specialist Georgia Gibson - firstname.lastname@example.org Georgia comes to NIBA from American University, where she was the Coordinator for the Washington Internships for Native Students (WINS) program. While there, she managed the internship program, and increased the enrollment from 32 students when she started in 1999, to 90 students in 2001. This is a great achievement, not only for Georgia, but for the program as well. Georgia has also coordinated programs within her home tribe, the Comanche Tribe in Oklahoma. Research Specialist Cynthia Jourdain - email@example.com Cynthia Jourdain is from Couchiching First Nation (Ojibwe), Ontario, Canada. She recently finished her Bachelor of Science in Business Administration Management from Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, Virginia. Prior to joining NIBA, she worked for the Virginia Council on Indians as a Program Specialist and as a Software Support Leader at First Union Securities. Outreach Specialist Courtney Homer - firstname.lastname@example.org
Education Technical Assistance Opportunities of New York to provide five statesCalifornia, georgia, Idaho, Ohio on policy reformand sustain a dialogue on staff development issues. education Home Page. http://www.ncsl.org/programs/educ/EdTA.htm
Extractions: Forgotten NCSLnet Password? The NCSL Education Program has assisted states on a variety of topics such as vouchers, teaching quality, higher education and school finance. From providing testimony to hosting larger meetings, the Education Program has helped states move forward on education reform. If you are interested in state specific assistance from NCSL on any education topic, please call any of our policy analysts at NCSL. NCSL is currently working on several projects funded by outside foundations and the U.S. Department of Education. These grants allow NCSL to provide customized technical assistance on certain issues at no expense to your state. If you are considering policy in any of the following areas, please contact the appropriate NCSL staff person to discuss potential assistance opportunities. After-School Programs Through a grant from the Charles Stewart Mott Foundation, NCSL staff are available to work with state legislators, offering assistance to organize committee testimony or meeting presentations on after-school programs and discussing model programs and legislation in other states. On-site assistance may involve NCSL staff visiting states to inform and alert them to the key issues facing states as they implement new policies. More intensive assistance may involve NCSL staff and outside experts working closely with legislators to develop policies addressing after-school issues in their states. Please contact Karen Johnson at
ALA | Hot Jobs Online staff development and Instruction Librarian, University of North Librarian II (UserEducation and Outreach Head, Information Procurement, georgia Institute of http://www.ala.org/education/latejobs/
Extractions: Hot Jobs Online New library job ads posted daily plus new library job openings scheduled to appear in forthcoming issues of American Libraries magazine. This is not a free job posting service. For information about placing a job advertisement, including cost information, please click here Humanities Bibliographer, Northwestern University Library, Evanston, Illinois
Extractions: The on-line version of Georgia Perimeter College's 2002-04 catalog is current. Printed GPC 2002-04 catalogs only reflect changes that were made prior to printing. An Associate Degree-Granting College of the University System of Georgia Serving the Metropolitan Atlanta Area Georgia Perimeter College is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia 30033-4097: Telephone number 404-679-4501) to award Associate of Arts, Associate of Science, and Associate of Applied Science degrees. 3251 Panthersville Road
Extractions: National Forum on Archival Continuing Education (NFACE) List of Speakers, Commentators, Facilitators, NFACE Staff NFACE was an invited conference. The NFACE Program Committee developed the list of invitees by seeking representatives of organizations that fell into the following categories: Providers of "continuing" archival education to professional archivists and manuscript curators, including national professional associations, regional archival associations (especially those serving multi-state regions), programs at the state level offered through State Historical Records Advisory Boards or state archives and historical societies; archival institutes, and university-based programs offering adult education. National and regional associations providing continuing education programs that include archival topics to allied professionals such as librarians, museum curators, historic site administrators, and local government officials. Agencies that provide funding for archival continuing education.
BUBL LINK / 5:15 Internet Resources: Distance Education Catalog of internet resources on distance education.Category Reference education Distance Learning Directories Author State University of West georgia Subjects distance for Computer Based LearningSubjects distance education, staff development DeweyClass 378.112 http://bubl.ac.uk/link/d/distanceeducation.htm
Extractions: BUBL LINK / 5:15 Catalogue of Internet Resources Home Search Subject Menus A-Z ... About A-Z Index Titles Descriptions Collection of Distance Education Resources Commonwealth of Learning DERAL: Distance Education in Rural Areas via Libraries Distance Education at a Glance ... World Lecture Hall: Distance Learning Institutions Page last updated: 17 March 2003 Comments: email@example.com Collection of Distance Education Resources Set of links to courses, discussion forums, projects, organisations, journals, conferences, literature, and tools related to distance learning. Last checked: Commonwealth of Learning COL has a mandate to create and widen opportunities for learning, through Commonwealth cooperation, with particular emphasis on utilising the potential of distance education and the application of communication technologies to education. The overall aim of the organisation is to help strengthen the capacities of Commonwealth member countries to develop the human resources required for their economic and social development.
Extractions: Return to: U of M Home One Stop Directories Search U of M ... College HOME University resources About the U of M University organization Office of the President Board of Regents University College Browse by departments and interdisciplinary programs Curriculum and Instruction Institute of Child Development Work, Community, and Family Education Educational Policy and Administration ... Music education
Extractions: Home Guide to Education in Georgia Web Portal for GA Educators Quality Core Curriculum Overview of DOE Programs EDUCATION IN GEORGIA State Superintendent State Board of Education No Child Left Behind Act STARS Education Plan State Education Rules Quality Core Curriculum Testing Programs Education Report Card Exceptional Students PUBLIC SCHOOLS School Safety Student Nutrition Facilities Transportation State Schools Career Education Agriculture SCHOOL SUPPORT Counseling School Improvement Scholarships Programs EDUCATION OPTIONS Charter Schools Home Schools Private Schools INSIDE DOE Newsroom Employment Finances/Budget Policy/External Affairs Information Technology New to Georgia? All Systems Appling Atkinson Bacon Baker Baldwin Banks Barrow Bartow Ben Hill Berrien Bibb Bleckley Brantley Brooks Bryan Bulloch Burke Butts Calhoun Camden Candler Carroll Catoosa Charlton Chatham Chattahoochee Chattooga Cherokee Clarke Clay Clayton Clinch Cobb Coffee Colquitt Columbia Cook Coweta Crawford Crisp Dade Dawson Decatur DeKalb Dodge Dooly Dougherty Douglas Early Echols Effingham Elbert Emanuel Evans Fannin Fayette Floyd Forsyth Franklin Fulton Gilmer Glascock Glynn Gordon Grady Greene Gwinnett Habersham Hall Hancock Haralson Harris Hart Heard Henry Houston Irwin Jackson Jasper Jeff Davis Jefferson Jenkins Johnson
Ga Staff Development Home homepage for the georgia staff development Council and the staff Developers Academy georgia staff development Council. To ensure success for all improve schools and by advancing individual and organizational development. http://www.gasdc.org/
CATEA Staff address the changing needs of georgia's adult literacy technology into adult literacyeducation through the of multiple media, staff development courses, and http://www.catea.org/bryant.html
Extractions: Ms. Bryant has managed various CATEA education and training projects. From 1991 to 1999, she directed the Information Technology Training (ITT) program, a computer training program for adults with disability. ITT assisted more than 150 adults in returning to work or pursuing post secondary education. In 1997, she began managing Georgia Tech's Satellite Literacy Program, a statewide live and interactive adult literacy broadcast. To address the changing needs of Georgia's adult literacy programs, Ms. Bryant directed the transition of the Satellite Literacy Program to the Lifelong Learning Network (LLN). LLN's mission was to promote the integration of technology into adult literacy education through the development and implementation of multiple media, staff development courses, and course evaluation.
Extractions: The Oral School Toddler Class and Pre-School parents meet once a week to discuss ongoing issues in their children's development. Parent groups are led by the classroom teacher or other staff member with expertise in a specific area for discussion. The School Psychologist schedules parenting classes for parents of newly enrolled students. The Parent Teacher Club meets once a month with a business meeting followed by an educational or support program of interest to the parents. The Oral School offers a six-week summer session each year consisting of either individual therapy/tutoring or small-group language stimulation classes. The Atlanta Speech School also runs a summer day camp during the same six weeks. The summer camp enrolls young children from the neighborhood as well as children from all three departments at the Speech School. Oral School students can be taken from the mainstream summer camp for individual or small group sessions and then returned to camp for the rest of the day's session. The Atlanta Speech School is approved to provide Georgia Department of Education Staff Development courses for professionals both on the Speech School staff and those employed elsewhere. Staff Development Courses are regularly offered on a wide variety of topics.
Welcome To PeachStar PeachStar also offers staff development training for teachers and aired on the PeachStarEducation Satellite Network georgia Stories, for teachers of georgia http://www.gpb.org/peachstar/www/script/about/index.asp
Extractions: 4/7/2003 11:45:48 PM Broadcast Schedule Program Guide Original Programming Services ... Staff About PeachStar Education Services PeachStar Education Services is a division of Georgia Public Broadcasting (GPB). Georgia Public Television (GPTV), Georgia's statewide public television network, and Peach State Public Radio, a statewide public radio network, are the other major divisions of GPB. PeachStar began in 1994 when the Governor and legislature decided to use some of Georgia's Education Lottery revenues for instructional technology. Steerable satellite dishes and other receiving equipment were installed at every public school, college and university, adult technical institute, Regional Public Library and Youth Development Center in the state more than 2,000 sites in all. PeachStar is responsible for maintaining the PeachStar Satellite Network which delivers instructional programming to the 2,000+ downlink sites. PeachStar is charged with using the network to provide schools with a full schedule of high quality educational programming to support learning in Georgia classrooms. PeachStar provides programming all day, every day of the school year, for all grade levels, including postsecondary. PeachStar also offers staff development training for teachers and other educators. Much of the programming aired on the PeachStar Education Satellite Network is original programming developed and produced by PeachStar, including these award-winning series:
Services-Professional Development for such paraprofessionals and for staff developers to preK-12 students in northwesternGeorgia. technical assistance for bilingual education programs, and http://www.cal.org/services/profdev.html
Extractions: Test Development CAL Staff conduct pre-service and in-service professional development for language teachers of foreign languages or English as a second/foreign language, in instructional settings ranging from grades pre-K-12 to college and university, adult education, and the workplace. Topics include methods, techniques, and materials for language instruction; administration of proficiency tests and informal approaches to assessment; content-based ESL; sheltered content instruction; two-way bilingual education; standards-based instruction and assessment; cultural orientation for immigrants and refugees; and uses of technology for language instruction. The Aspire Curriculum: Professional Development for Bilingual and ESL Paraprofessionals As part of a career ladder project at the University of Central Florida, CAL has developed and field-tested a curriculum for the professional development of paraprofessionals who work with English language learners. CAL conducts workshops for such paraprofessionals and for staff developers to present the curriculum. Professional Development for the Georgia Project and Northwestern Georgia
High Schools That Work The secondary and technical college faculty and staff have a collaborative contactJimmy Hogg, Director of Career/Technical education, georgia Department of http://www.sreb.org/programs/hstw/career/dualenrollment.asp
Extractions: in Career/Technical Studies Georgia: Dual Enrollment Guidelines The purpose of the Dual Enrollment HOPE Program is to offer additional educational opportunities for high school students and enable them to receive the HOPE Scholarship while earning credit from both the Georgia Department of Education secondary schools and the Georgia Department of Technical and Adult Education technical colleges. Courses applicable to the dual enrollment program do not supplant courses already offered in secondary schools and are required courses for certificate or diploma programs at the technical college. High school students who enroll in the Dual EnrollmentHOPE Program must meet all admission requirements for the selected program of study at a technical college. The Dual Enrollment Program also allows high schools to receive FTE funding for dually enrolled students. The secondary and technical college faculty and staff have a collaborative responsibility for administering the program. For additional information, contact Jimmy Hogg, Director of Career/Technical Education, Georgia Department of Education, 404-657-8304 or firstname.lastname@example.org
CEISMC: Programs: GIFT and the Medical College of georgia in Augusta development in informal science educationorganizations (science 8 week program; 10 staff development units, upon http://www.ceismc.gatech.edu/ceismc/programs/gift/gift.htm
Extractions: Recognizing the importance of university, business and industry involvement in K-12 schools, GIFT and similar programs nationwide evolved in response to declining student achievement in mathematics and science. GIFT's goal is to accomplish improved teaching and learning with a systemic approach that focuses on the key role of teachers in preparing youngsters for the future work force and informed citizenship. Clusters of GIFT summer experiences currently exist in Middle Georgia (Macon) and in the Augusta region. Efforts are underway in Columbus and Savannah to develop clusters. In addition, Georgia Power sponsors teachers at power generating plants throughout the state. In its first seven years, GIFT has offered 447 summer placements, principally in metro-Atlanta, Augusta and Macon/Middle Georgia.
Board Of Regents Of The University System Of Georgia Official site.Category Reference education University System of georgia Student and Academic Resources Faculty and staff Resources Publications The UniversitySystem of georgia offers students higher education options at http://www.usg.edu/
Extractions: Role of the Office of International Education and the Associate Provost for International Affairs The Director of the Office of International Education (OIE) and his staff and the Associate Provost for International Affairs and his staff work together to provide services to faculty related to the development and administration of study abroad programs, exchange programs, and/or international cooperative agreements. Faculty may apply to the Associate Provost for an International Academic Program Development Fund grant to assist in the development of international agreements or programs. Immigration staff in the OIE provide assistance to faculty wishing to invite international students and scholars to UGA. The Associate Provost serves as the chair of the International Affairs Advisory Council, which advises the Associate Provost on issues pertaining to the internationalization of the campus, the administration of study abroad and exchange programs and international student and scholar issues.