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Andrea Campbell

Continuous Improvement Activities for Every Project or Business - 0 views

    We begin this examination of business standards that are worth trying to achieve with the history of where continuous improvement principles came from. Following that are some definitions about management ideals, an outline of some activities to work on, and we end with the basic steps required for continuous improvement activities, namely the 4 m's: measure, manage, monitor and maximize.

How to Prepare Aptitude Test for Competitive Exams - 0 views

Practice as many questions before your assessment. The more psychometric aptitude test questions you practice the more your speed, accuracy and confidence will improve. Improving these factors will...

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Jeff Johnson

The LoTi Connection - 0 views

    The LoTi Classroom Teacher represents a series of online courses designed for classroom teachers, mentors, and building administrators to improve and refine the manner in which 21st Century Skills are used to promote student engagement and achievement. The LoTi Classroom Teacher series explores the concepts of higher order thinking skills, differentiation, collaboration, and the use of technology to build effective communities of inquiry that help students develop 21st Century Skills and improve their academic achievement.
Jeff Johnson

First Things First (FTF) - A Framework for School Reform - 0 views

    First Things First, a framework for school reform, has one goal: to help students at all academic levels gain the skills to succeed in post-secondary education and good jobs. In the process, FTF helps districts and schools meet the requirements of No Child Left Behind. FTF districts and schools commit to: * Strengthening relationships among students and adults. * Improving engagement, alignment and rigor of teaching and learning in every classroom, every day. * Allocating all resources - budget, staff, time and space - to achieve the first two goals. Our partners achieve these changes using three strategies: * Small learning communities. * The Family Advocate System. * Instructional improvement.

ScopeBros | - 0 views

    Most microscopes that you find in a run of the mill research facility condition are compound microscopes. They are structured with destinations on a turning nose piece mounted over the stage, and the light source and condenser underneath the stage. They are most usually utilized for review tests that have been fixed to a level slide. In specific applications, it is essential to take a gander at live, unfixed examples. A progressively pragmatic microscope configuration to utilize is the inverted microscope. The inverted microscopes are the microscopes with its light sources also condenser on top, over the stage looking down, while the goals and turret are underneath the stage facing up. Inverted microscopes are valuable for watching living cells, tissues, or life forms at the base of an enormous holder (for example, a tissue culture cup). This permits you to look at the sample under more normal conditions than on a glass slide, just like the case with a conventional compound microscope. You can put a Petri dish or other holder on the stage and view the examples from underneath, hence not upsetting their increasingly "regular" states. More significant, secured tests are less powerless to vanishing and increments in temperature, in this way, protecting reasonable everyday environments for the example you are seeing. In light of the way that you need to glance through thicker compartments, you regularly see the destinations as long working separation or ultra-long working separation. These goals have been rectified for watching tests that are further away than what you ordinarily observe on a compound microscope. The picture may not be very as clear as to when you are taking a gander at a splendidly level slide. You might need to utilize a plastic Petri dish instead of a glass one as the plastic dishes are more slender and progressively uniform. Most inverted microscopes will have targets that extend from 4-40X, with 60X being an additional choice. You donâ€

Leadership Development Program for Diverse Audiences - 0 views

    Leadership development program for the nonprofit organization to improve job opportunities for economically challenged youth and improve their employability.

How to improve your communication skill - 0 views

    The communication skills are the most important points in our lives, they rely on our dealings and we communicate within the group, which sends the spirit of stability, happiness and success in life
Jeff Johnson

TICAL - Technology Information Center for Administrative Leadership - 1 views

    TICAL's mission: Helping K-12 administrators provide informed and effective leadership in the use of technology to improve education.   School administrators are busy people with a big job to do! The Internet offers a tremendous range of information, tools, and resources that can help administrators lead their schools and districts to excellence. But what administrator has time to search and sift through hundreds of web pages to find the right resource for right now?
Julianne Miranda

Energy Healing - How to Balance Chakras and Energy Fields - Deborah King Center - 0 views

    "Energy Healing "A bodily disease, which we look upon as whole and entire within itself, may, after all, be but a symptom of some ailment in the spiritual part." Nathaniel Hawthorne wrote these words in the early nineteenth century, but it has taken the Western medical community some time to catch up. The idea that the mind plays an important part in the health of the body, however, is fast gaining acceptance in our empirically-oriented society. A recent study conducted by the East Tennessee State University Chattanooga Family Practice Residency Program found that more and more medical practitioners accept and encourage the role that alternative medicines and therapies play in healing. In a survey conducted through that study, it was found that sixty-five percent of physicians had prescribed at least one form of complementary or alternative therapy for their patients. About thirty-three percent had undergone some form of alternative therapy themselves. It was also found that doctors who had been practicing for ten or less years were more likely to view alternative medicine as viable and valuable. This step in the right direction is due to more exposure to alternative forms of healing and a greater awareness of patient needs. Hawthorne's observation that physical disorders were symptomatic of spiritual ailments is central to the concept of energy healing. When our life forces or energy fields are out of balance, physical illness can ensue. Energy healing seeks to use positive energy to create a better balance within the body. Also inherent in energy healing is the idea that all energy fields are interconnected. This allows energy healing practitioners to send energy to their patients, thus creating a more balanced and positive energy field. Energy healing can even be done from thousands of miles away. Perhaps one of the most prominent forms of energy healing is prayer. Paul Parker, a professor of theology at Elmhurst College, says: Judaism,
Jeff Johnson

Building Better Instruction: How Technology Supports Nine Research-Proven Instructional Strategies - McREL - 0 views

    Technology alone has little effect on improving student achievement. However, it can be a powerful tool to support the nine instructional strategies identified in Classroom Instruction that Works. This article from Learning & Leading with Technology (February, 2004 31(5)) briefly explains how the following technology tools can be used to support the nine instructional strategies.
Jeff Johnson

Shared Leadership for Effective Instruction - Edvantia Professional Development & Technical Assistance - 0 views

    Make an impact on student achievement by becoming intensively involved in curricular and instructional issues. To be effective, share leadership with assistant principals, instructional coaches, teacher leaders, and leadership teams. While other areas are important and equally urgent, teaching and learning must be high priorities if student achievement is to be improved.
Jeff Johnson

Improving Teaching and Learning by Improving School Leadership - 0 views

Jeff Johnson

NDETC: Data Warehouse Initiative - 0 views

    What is a Data Warehouse? A data warehouse is a storage and analysis application that allows schools to collect and store student and school data from a number of sources and from multiple years. A data warehouse application allows data to be viewed in a multidimensional manner through numerous filters, slices and attributes. A data warehouse is intended to be an analytical system to view and compare current data with longitudinal data, to identify trends and to help develop educational improvements. A data warehouse does not replace a student information system or finance/HR application.  Rather, a data warehouse brings together key data elements from numerous systems, including assessment results and demographic data, to allow for in-depth analysis and data-driven decision making.
Jeff Johnson

Past Sites of Week - School district leaders share expertise in new podcast for administrators - 0 views

    A new web site sponsored by McGraw-Hill Education's Urban Advisory Resource offers advice on improving schools from superintendents and other education leaders across the country in an easily accessible format.
Executive Brief

3 Sure-Fire Tactics to Improve Project Success Rates with Better Leadership - 0 views

    Large, mission-critical projects demand more than effective project management skills to ensure the project success. Discover the important role project leadership plays in meeting established goals and objectives.
Jeff Johnson

The LoTi Connection - 3 views

    This year marks the 15th anniversary of the LoTi Framework. Since its inception in 1994, the LoTi Framework has been used as a statewide technology use survey, a district school improvement model, and a classroom walkthrough tool impacting thousands of schools nationally. Today, the LoTi project has grown beyond classroom technology use and has become synonymous with innovative teaching practices.
Jasmine Stewart

Improved Business Practices with Full AQTF Compliance - 1 views

BluegemEXPLORE has the software that our RTO requires to help us maintain compliance with AQTF standards, automate our company's operations, and help us prepare for RTO registration. The software e...


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Improve Your Baseball Field with Fake Grass - 2 views

Green Planet Grass has truly helped not only the home decorators but also the educational institutions in the area. This was done by supplying them with artificial grass at their disposal and they ...

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Author Websites - 0 views

    Many Links to education and school improvement from Victoria Bernhardt
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