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  1. Staff development, music education by Alicia Moore, 1981
  2. Staff development, art education by Thomas A Hatfield, 1981
  3. Staff development, mathematics education by William B Hynds, 1981
  4. Staff development, social studies education by Howard Thomas, 1981
  5. Staff development guidelines for trade and industrial education teachers by Shirley J Crook, 1986

1. PeachTree Professional Education
Live staff development training and home study CEUs, continuing education courses, ethics workshops and seminars for LPC, LMFT, LCDC, Social Work

2. Education World Schoool Issues Wire Side Chats Angela Peery On
effective professional development strategies. Angela Peery. Angela Peery is a teacher specialist for the South Carolina Department of Education.

3. South Carolina Art Education Association_Newsletter
The joint South Carolina and Georgia Art Education Associations' staff development conference held in Augusta in October marked the first

4. SCDJJ Training Calendar
2005 Staff Development and Training Continuing Education Calendar South Carolina Department of Juvenile Justice 4900 Broad River Road Columbia

5. District Five Schools Of Spartanburg, South Carolina
web site for District Five Schools of Spartanburg County, South Carolina. Services Career Technology Education Employment Staff

6. The Role Of Staff Development In Implementing Character Education
The need for Staff Development in Character Education The South Carolina Department of Education is also writing a resource guide.

7. Ed 596 ST, Creating Culturally Responsive Schools, Our Talk, A
Distance Education ASDN Homepage I judged the Miss Southern 500 in Darlington, South Carolina once, and a lovely young lady offered me some

8. LInC Partnership Program Plan For 2001/2002
Team South Carolina State University Plan will be offering a shorter staff development than under its Adult and Continuing Education

9. Professional Development For Adult Education Instructors
Professional Development for Adult Education Instructors Responses were not received from Arizona, South Carolina, Puerto Rico, and other

10. 484-257 NIFL State Policy Updat
Professional Development for Adult Education Instructors State Policy Update Responses were not received from Arizona, South Carolina, Puerto

11. Adult And Community Education - South Carolina Department Of Education
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Home District And Community Services Adult And Community Education Commission on National and Community Service ... South Carolina Adult Education
Adult And Community Education
OFFICE OF ADULT AND COMMUNITY EDUCATION Cherry Daniel, Ed.D. Director The mission of the Office of Adult and Community Education (OACE) is to communicate a vision of collaboration for identifying community needs and resources in organizing school/community based educational programs designed to provide lifelong learning, health, and service opportunities for all, and to provide the necessary leadership and resources for the development of those programs
The mission of the Adult Education Program is to provide leadership, training, technical assistance, monitoring, and evaluation to assist adult education service providers to achieve the goal of a literate South Carolina. Adult Basic Education (ABE) . The Adult Basic Education program provides the opportunity for adults with low literacy skills, (less than eighth grade level), to work with materials to be taught in an environment conducive to their level, and to improve their reading, math, and writing skills. Technical assistance is made available to adult education providers. Contact: David Stout, Janet Thompson, Ramona Carr, Colleen Clark, Susan Longshore or Ron Jordan

12. Professional Development Standards For South Carolina
of education, and the Executive Board of the south carolina staff development The south carolina Professional development Standards are based upon
Home Educators Professional Development Standards for South Carolina Background Organization For more info Three categories of standards Professional Development Training Opportunities Context standards Process standards Content standards (Standards-Based Reform Requires Standards-Based Staff Development by Dennis Sparks and Stephanie Hirsh, June 1998) Background Section 59-24-50, Education Accountability Act of 1998, required the South Carolina Department of Education to develop or adopt programs that meet national standards for professional development and focus on the improvement of teaching and learning. Programs funded with state resources must meet these standards and must provide training, modeling, and coaching on instructional leadership and school-based improvement. In October 1999, in response to the state legislation, the Office of Professional Development in the State Department of Education enlisted the National Staff Development Council to support the implementation of professional development standards for our State. Over 250 educators from South Carolina's school districts, the State Department of Education, and the Executive Board of the South Carolina Staff Development Council met to craft professional development standards and indicators for South Carolina. The South Carolina Professional Development Standards are based upon national standards for professional development. The national standards for staff development were developed by the National Staff Development Council (NSDC) in collaboration with American Association of School Administrators (AASA), Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development (ASCD), National Education Association (NEA), National Association of Elementary School Principals (NAESP), National Association of Secondary School Principals (NASSP), National Middle School Association (NMSA), and representation from higher education, foundations, and school district staff members from across the country. The South Carolina Professional Development Team gratefully acknowledges the framework and standards developed by the National Staff Development Council.

13. Welcome To ITV! (Distance education south carolina) Why Teach French in 2000? staff development Programs (Teacher Guides) Computer Learning 2001*
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14. South Carolina
Others are held at the school district level on staff development days or Center for Science education at the University of south carolina, Columbia
South Carolina Agencies and Organizations
Geographic Alliance Network
The National Geographic Society's Geography Education Program has established a network of state geographic alliances-grass roots organizations composed mainly of K-12 teachers and university geographers-dedicated to improving and promoting geography education. These alliances support professional development for teachers, development of classroom materials, and efforts to make geography a part of state and local curricula. South Carolina Geographic Alliance

Summer 2000 Contact:
Charles Kovacik
Department of Geography
University of South Carolina
Callcott Building
Columbia, SC 29208
Phone: (803) 777-8433
Outside Columbia area: (888) 895-2023 Fax: (803) 777-4972 Email: NASA Education Resources NASA's State-Based Electronic Notebook is the source for NASAand aerospace education in your state. Includes links to K-university level education contacts, resources, and information. South Carolina State Climatologist State Climatologists are individuals who have been identifiedby a state entity as the state's climatologist and who are also recognized by the Director of the National Climatic Data Center of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration as the state climatologist of a particularstate.

15. Colleton County School District, South Carolina
Charles Gale Superintendent of education School Web Sites Science Fair Special Services staff development Teacher Resources
Charles Gale
Superintendent of Education Adult

Annual Report

Monday, 09/26/05 Today's Breakfast Today's Lunch Choice of Cereal , Pancake on Stick, Fruit or Juice, Chilled Milk Pizza, Tossed Salad, Cut Corn, Fresh Fruit, Milk or Juice
4 District Announcements
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Monday, 09/26/05 - Colleton Annex Learning Center - Principals'/Science Coaches' Meeting - Board Room - 9:00 AM.
Tuesday, 09/27/05 - Colleton County High School - NJROTC Field Trip to Charleston AFB
Wednesday, 09/28/05 - Early Dismissal Day for all schools - 90 minutes
Saturday, 10/01/05 - Band of Blue at Lowcountry Invitational Marching Band Festival
2 Upcoming Sports Events
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Tuesday, 09/27/05 - Colleton County High School - Girls Volleyball vs Stratford - Home Tuesday, 09/27/05 - Colleton County High School - Girls Tennis - 4:30 pm vs Hilton Head - Away Search ALL District Announcements/Sports using Keyword Search: (i.e. football, soccer, band, Ruffin Middle, school board, etc..)

16. USC:College Of Education
The College of education at the University of south carolina a capability tobe extended to international staff development via satellite.


Welcome to the College of Education at the University of South Carolina




Service to the community represents a large portion of the College's mission. Centers and clinics are tangible ways for College of Education faculty members to provide direct assistance to parents, children, and others who need their expertise. In addition, a number of programs and projects are designed to assist teachers, administrators, and school districts locally, regionally, nationally, and internationally. The Museum of Education , located on the first floor of the College of Education Building, is one of the few active museums of education in the United States. The facility includes archival materials, reference volumes, special collections, and exhibits. Among the most noted collections are South Carolina college and university catalogs and yearbooks, South Carolina K-12 textbooks, the John Hawley college and university postcard collection, and the professional papers of a number of educational leaders. Also in the Museum's holdings are reference volumes, photos and artifacts, audio and video recordings, and South Carolina biographical and school files.

17. World Education - Projects By Region - South Carolina
south carolina. Center for Adult English Language Acquistion (CAELA) research studies under NCSALL research on effective staff development approaches

18. Kershaw County School District - South Carolina
Summer staff development Opportunities There are several summer course offerings staff development Opportunities Adult education 2005 Fall Schedule
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Kershaw County students, teachers, and parents now have a new way to communicate thanks to an online program called eChalk that has been fully implemented in all district schools this year. eChalk, a web-based communication tool, allows every teacher in the district to create his own webpage with minimal training and in a short amount of time. Using a standard format, teachers are posting such items as assignments, class calendars, outlines, announcements, and resources for students and parents. In addition, in high schools, students are using “student safe email” which allows them to send and receive email directly to and from their teachers. Read more Visit school websites Facilities Equalization Project
The Kershaw County School District is currently studying the district's school facility needs to provide improved equity among schools throughout the county and to respond to growth in the district. This link, designed to keep our community informed of stages in this process, includes the full Heery International report as well as other related information and updates.

19. ECS Literacy Programs -- Profile Of South Carolina
Appropriate ongoing staff development activities must be incorporated in thedistrict s Administrative Agency, south carolina Department of education

20. High Schools That Work
Summer staff development Conference External Research Reports State leadershipfor career/technical education in south carolina is working with the
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South Carolina
The South Carolina Center for Teacher Recruitment (SCCTR) is the oldest and most effective teacher recruitment center in the nation. It began as a center that piloted a Teacher Cadet Program in four high schools and now operates 12 programs aimed at identifying, attracting, placing and retaining well-qualified teachers in South Carolina classrooms. The SCCTR also assists state and local leaders in addressing the issue of teacher recruitment and retention. State leadership for career/technical education in South Carolina is working with the SCCTR staff to make career/technical teachers a target group and to develop a strategy for these teachers. South Carolina is anticipating hiring as many as 250 career/technical teachers over the next four years. The SCCTR target groups are middle and high school students, college students and adults. The Center provides these major programs: Minority Recruitment — This program offers activities to increase the number of minorities entering education. It includes a partnership with the South Carolina Association of Black School Educators and the Eisenhower Consortium for Mathematics and Science Education. ProTeam Middle School Program — This program is designed to interest middle school students in the education profession before they become "turned off" to the possibility of a career in teaching. Participating in teacher-like activities is essential to the program.

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