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VAGO - Department of Education & Training: Strategic Planning
 
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Victorian Auditor-General's Report on Department of Education and Training: Strategic Planning, tabled on 21 October 2015. This audit examined how effectively the Department of Education & Training (DET) plans to achieve its objectives. This involved assessing DET's strategic planning, and the operational plans and work plan actions that support this.
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Department for Education and Child Development Strategic Plan 2012-2016 Presentation
 
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Department for Education and Child Development Chief Executive Keith Bartley discusses the new Strategic Plan for South Australian Public Education and Care 2012-2016 and shares some of his observations of Public Education in South Australia.
Strategic Educational Plan Lisbon School Department
 
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Lisbon School Department's Strategic Educational Plan
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Education Strategic Plan 2015-18
 
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Dr. Patricia Houston, vice-president, Education, announces the launch of the 2015-18 Education Strategic Plan for St. Michael's Hospital.
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What is Strategic Planning, Really?
 
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Before starting any strategic planning process, it is essential to make sure your staff or team members have the same expectations of what the outcomes will be. This video explains the different possible outcomes that can arise from strategic planning. It can range from simply having an articulated plan, to a full-blown organizational transformation. Choose the result that is right for your organization. More information is available at http://OnStrategyHQ.com. Want more practical tips and insights on strategic planning? Subscribe to our channel here - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCc5cYNhQ8oYNdjmXBy7Z-ug Download a FREE Complete Guide to Strategic Planning - http://onstrategyhq.com/complete-strategy-guide/ Follow us on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/OnStrategyHQ/?fref=ts Connect with us on LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/company/onstrategy Connect with Erica Olsen on LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/ericajolsen
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DECD Strategic Plan 2014 -2017 announcement
 
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Tony Harrison, Chief Executive Department for Education and Child Development introduces the DECD Strategic Plan 2014 -2017 and associated business plans that outline our priorities over the next four years -- and how we will achieve them
Our Strategic Plan, 2018-2021
 
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Director of Education Lesleigh Dye launches our new strategic plan!
Strategic Planning: A Model for Higher Education
 
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Presents a strategic planning model for higher education institutions. This model is scalable to any size institution.
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Overview of the Strategic Planning Process
 
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Today's whiteboard video is an overview of the strategic planning process. Instead of going through a bullet-pointed list, we'll do it in the form of an illustration. Watch the video to see an overview of the end-to-end strategic planning process. Want more practical tips and insights on strategic planning? Subscribe to our channel here - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCc5cYNhQ8oYNdjmXBy7Z-ug Download the Essentials Guide to Strategic Planning - https://onstrategyhq.com/product/essentials-guide-to-strategic-planning/ Follow us on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/OnStrategyHQ/?fref=ts Connect with us on LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/company/onstrategy Connect with Erica Olsen on LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/ericajolsen
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ICANN Strategic Plan
 
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In close partnership with ICANN's strategy team, we developed an animated look at ICANN's 5-year Strategic Plan in order to effectively introduce the five Strategic Objectives and sixteen Strategic Goals, and outline the key success factors and strategic risks of each.
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Higher Education three day strategic planning session
 
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The entities and institutions falling under the Higher Education and Training Ministry, started a three day strategic planning session to strengthen coordination and align priorities to enhance their performance. Speaking at the start of the session in Cape Town, Minister Blade Nzimande highlighted some of the successes and challenges facing the department...
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Strategic Plan Survey
 
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Help us define and support student success in Hawaii's schools! Take the Strategic Plan survey, open through May 31. Fast, easy and confidential! We need parents, students, teachers, school community members, legislators — EVERYONE — to help guide this effort. Mahalo for taking the time to support students! Survey link: bit.ly/DOEBOESPsurvey
DCOMM SPECIAL: MIN OF EDUCATION CULTURE YOUTH & SPORTS STRATEGIC PLANNING SESSION
 
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The Ministry of Education Culture Youth and Sports hosted a strategic planning session to discuss its 10 year vision 2016 - 2026. All other Ministries were invited to contribute to this strategic plan.
Education Minister Unveils Strategy Plan
 
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By Franca Uzoma-Olua The Ministry of Education is to give priority attention to the security of Nigeria children to save education from further attacks. Education Minister, Mallam Ibrahim Shekarau stated this at the unveiling of a strategy plan to consolidate the transformation in the education sector.
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Strategic Planning in Higher Education with Strategic Planning Online
 
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Strategic planning is at the core of any successful organizational effectiveness effort. The strategic plan needs define the vision and the way forward, but this vision requires execution and management. In this short video Erin Bell, VP of Client Services for Strategic Planning Online demonstrates how the planning module in Strategic Planning Online enables institutions to collaborate with constituents and stakeholders involved in the planning and assessment process by defining objectives, setting goals, allocating resources, and measuring the results of strategic planning efforts.
Creating an Employee Development Plan for Improved Employee Performance
 
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The old expression, “failing to plan is planning to fail" also applies to employee development. In my recent article (http://www.optimusperformance.ca/managing-employees-for-change-improved-productivity/) about a leaders' struggle to deal with employees being resistant to change, I wrote that strategic planning for employee development is a practice that a leader must undertake to avoid this dilemma. Developing a human resource or employee development plan is often the responsibility of the human resource department if there is one. From my perspective, it's the leader’s responsibility because the leader is accountable for the performance of the department and each employee. Here is my list of things for the leader or manager to do to develop a strategic plan for employee development..... Read full article here: A Leadership Job Description :http://www.forbes.com/sites/mikemyatt... How to set and achieve any goal using a goal planning worksheet: http://www.optimusperformance.ca/how-... Learn How to Write a Job Description including a downloadable template https://curious.com/stephengoldberg/j... Learn How to Set & Achieve Goals including Goal Setting Form for download https://curious.com/stephengoldberg/g... Take my lessons +20,000 more @Curious on anything from tennis, to test prep, to tango. As my student, get 20% OFF! http://curious.com?coupon=curiousteac...
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Top 10 in 10 in 2: Overview of Michigan's 10 in 10 Strategic Plan
 
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Communication Feedback Survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/TGD7W2T Michigan's 10 in 10 Strategic Plan: http://www.michigan.gov/documents/mde/10_in_10_Action_Plan_543856_7.pdf Top 10 in 10 Website: http://www.michigan.gov/top10in10/ Source: Michigan Department of Education Hello, I am Norma Jean Sass, Chief Deputy Superintendent at the Michigan Department of Education. This is the first of many short, 2 minute, informational videos we'll be doing to keep you informed of where we are in the construction of Michigan's plan to make us a Top 10 education state in 10 years--10 in 10 in 2 The goals & strategies that form the Top 10 in 10 vision were the culmination of more than six months’ worth of stakeholder input and public comment on what it would take to, once again, make Michigan a premier education state In this construction phase we've engaged stakeholders and taken the 7 goals and the 44 strategies, and developing them into four key focus areas--these will form a framework through which this work will take place. The four focus areas are: Learner-Centered Supports, Effective Education Workforce, Strategic Partnerships, and Systemic Infrastructure. They will help us make this plan actionable. We look at these areas like a multiplication problem—you need to address each area because if any one of them is a zero you do not get the outcomes you desire. They all are inter-related. Since the State Board of Education's approval of the Top 10 in 10 framing document, MDE has been setting the wheels in motion to carry out the work at all levels of the system....from Lansing to the classrooms. It is important to build capacity internally -- allowing MDE to better support local and intermediate school districts. Our mission is: supporting learning and learners. To that end, we have spent a great deal of time with our beginning work on the Systemic Infrastructure focus area, which also aligns with Goal 7 of the plan. In the next 10 in 10 in 2, we will examine the components of our key focus areas and begin to talk about implementation. We look forward to working together to put Michigan on the road upward. It will take a commitment from all of us and we can do this! Please go online to see the Top 10 in 10 strategic plan. Also, your feedback is important throughout the implementation of our plan. Please share your thoughts with my office any time. Thanks for watching! See you down the highway!
School Excellence policy amendment
 
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Murat Dizdar, Deputy Secretary, School Operations and Performance, NSW Department of Education introduces changes to the School Excellence policy ahead of the next school planning cycle. School Excellence is at the core of all work across NSW Public Schools, focusing on continuous school improvement. It encompasses all areas of school planning, self-assessment, annual reporting and external validation. The amended policy strengthens and provides clarity around the roles and responsibilities of principals and Directors, Public Schools NSW. The strengthened requirements give clear direction for schools in planning, self-assessment, annual reporting and external validation.
Assignment 5 - Strategic Plan for IT Department
 
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Assignment 5 for a TAMUC class. TGMT-350-2
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Wyoming Department of Education releases Digital Learning Plan
 
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CHEYENNE – State education officials are a step closer to revamping the delivery of education statewide. The Wyoming Department of Education recently released the 2017-2021 Digital Learning Plan. “This comprehensive five-year strategic plan was written around the importance of incorporating digital learning and education technology into the classroom and addresses the need for equitable access to educational opportunities for all students,” Superintendent of Public Instruction Jillian Balow said in a news release.
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Managing Institutional Effectiveness with Strategic Planning Online
 
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Institutional effectiveness in higher education is the systematic, explicit, and documented process of measuring performance against the mission in all aspects of an institution. Learn how to create a continuous, cyclical institutional effectiveness process that is participative, flexible, relevant, and responsive in this short, informative presentation. Strategic Planning Online integrates institutional effectiveness efforts to provide a sound basis for strategic plans aimed at institutional improvement, and how to engage stakeholders in continuous improvement to meet institutional goals. In higher education the United States Department of Education has required regional accrediting agencies to measure the effectiveness of their institutions. The Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACS) was the first regional accrediting agency to require institutional effectiveness implementation on its campuses by including the following Core Requirement in the 2010 edition of the SACS/COC Principles of Accreditation: “The institution engages in ongoing, integrated, and institution-wide research-based planning and evaluation processes that incorporate a systematic review of programs and services that (a) results in continuing improvement and (b) demonstrates that the institution is effectively accomplishing its mission.” In this video Erin Bell demonstrates how to engage all of the institutions’ departments, programs, services, and constituencies linked to the decision making process in the institutional effectiveness effort, providing a sound basis for budget decisions, resource allocations, and the execution of plans for institutional improvement.
Increased graduation rate, teacher retention among DOE's strategic goals
 
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The Hawaii Department of Education laid out its goals Friday to help students succeed.
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CSU Strategic Plan
 
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Columbus State University's 2018-2023 Strategic Plan
Strategic Planning for Independent Schools Oct 29 2015
 
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Recording of a webinar on October 29th, 2015 entitled "Strategic Planning for Independent Schools" featuring Simon Phoenix Group partner Franklin Smith/
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SD73 Strategic Plan
 
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School District 73 connects students to their future. We provide public education to students in the City of Kamloops, and municipalities of Chase, Barriere, Logan Lake, and Clearwater, a region of about 103,000 people. Our commitment is to support all students in achieving success, a purpose which is guided by a multi-year, multi-disciplinary strategic plan.
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Strategic plan for schools
 
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WIAT 42 News at 5
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Dean's Video Newsletter - Schulich Medicine Distributed Education Strategic Plan
 
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In this edition of the Dean's Video Newsletter, Dr. Michael Strong, dean, and Dr. George Kim, assistant dean, Rural & Regional Community Engagement, discuss the importance and progress of the strategic plan for Schulich Medicine Distributed Education.
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Top 10 in 10 in 2: Using MTSS to Implement Michigan's Top 10 in 10 Strategic Plan
 
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Chief Deputy Superintendent Norma Jean Sass offers a closer look at the Learner Centered Supports focus area of the 10 in 10 Strategic Plan. She describes how MDE will examine Multi-Tiered Systems of Support (MTSS) as a usable innovation for implementing components in this area of Michigan's Top 10 in 10 Strategic Plan. Source: Michigan Department of Education
SMART Goals - Quick Overview
 
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FREE Online Course https://www.udemy.com/goal-setting/ Learn more at www.decisionskills.com. When setting or evaluating goals, consider using the acronym SMART. Using SMART provides structure that helps ensure goals are specific, measurable, achievable, relevant and time bound.
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State ed. plan blasted for ethnic goals
 
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A new strategic plan approved by the State Board of Education is facing intense criticism tonight
ESF launches Strategic Plan 2015-2020
 
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FOUR OBJECTIVES TO BRING OUT STUDENTS' BEST The English Schools Foundation (ESF) is launching the new Strategic Plan: A vision for 2015-2020. To achieve ESF’s vision – “for every student to be the best that they can be”, four strategic objectives and twelve strategic goals have been developed under the four key pillars of Education, Organisation, Communications and Financial Sustainability. In face of global innovation in education and the changing educational landscape in Hong Kong, ESF aims to be a key driver of best practice in teaching and learning by creating joyful learning environments and having exceptional teachers who bring out the best in every child through a personalised approach to learning.
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NSW Strategic Plan for Children and Young People
 
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The safety, welfare and wellbeing of children and young people are important to the New South Wales Government, which is why, in a national first, they passed legislation to set up the office of the Advocate for Children and Young People and included provisions to develop, in consultation with the Minister responsible for youth, John Ajaka, a three-year whole-of-government Strategic Plan for Children and Young People. This kick-started an elaborate and collaborative process, where Andrew Johnson, the newly appointed Advocate for Children and Young People, listened to more than 4,000 children and young people from diverse backgrounds and life experiences from all corners of New South Wales, so that they themselves set the themes and directions of the Plan. In collaboration with local and state government departments, including an Interdepartmental Advisory Group, non-government organisations and civil society who work with, by and on behalf of children and young people on a daily basis, a large cross-section of New South Wales was able to be included in the development of the Plan. The Plan integrates with the Premier’s Priorities and enact its goals of tackling childhood obesity, improving education results, reducing youth homelessness, creating jobs, improving service levels in hospitals, reducing domestic violence and improving government services, to name a few. All of this collaborative work led the Plan to be focused on six key areas. They are; safe, connect, respect, opportunity, wellbeing and voice. The objective of “Safe” is that children and young people are free from abuse, neglect, violence and serious injury. Like all six themes of the Plan, “Safe” outlines what government is doing and will do, and five indicators to measure success. The objective of “Connect” is that children and young people have a sense of belonging and connectedness with people and place on and offline. The objective of “Respect” is that children and young people are treated with respect, demonstrated by supporting and valuing their strengths, diversity and potential. The objective of “Opportunity” is that children and young people have relevant skills for life, including technical and vocational skills, for employment, decent jobs and entrepreneurship. The objective of “Wellbeing” is that children and young people are healthy and well through the provision of affordable, accessible and timely services. The final theme is “Voice”. The objective of “Voice” is that children and young people are empowered to be involved in the decisions that affect them. The guiding principles will help focus the activity that will be subject to Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning. Children and young people survey pools and polling will be set up so that the Plan’s progress can be discussed and assessed by children and young people themselves. There will be mid-Plan and end of Plan reports, regular regional meetings, forums and conferences, plus guides and checklists to support the learning and collation of research. Findings will be used to create best practice examples to assist and engage with children and young people. All of this is only a fragment of what’s contained in the full Plan. Read it to learn more about how we can all play our role in enabling children and young people to be safe, be connected, be respected, have access to opportunities, better wellbeing, and have a voice. We have listened, we have heard, now we are responsible. That’s the Plan. www.acyp.nsw.gov.au
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Children's Voices Part 1 -- The Participation Process
 
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As part of a research partnership between the South Australian Department for Education and Child Development and the University of South Australia (through the de Lissa Chair in Early Childhood Research, Professor Pauline Harris) a Children's Voices Principled Framework for Children and Young People's Participation as Valued Citizens and Learners has been developed and can be accessed as a free resource from the following location: http://everychild.sa.gov.au/docs/Childrens_Voices_booklet_web.pdf Part 1 of the complementary Children's Voices documentary series explores consultation with young children at Ocean View College Children's Centre informing the Review of South Australia's Strategic Plan.
Preview of California Arts Education Data Project
 
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Create California, in partnership with the California Department of Education and the National Arts Ed Data Project, is launching a first-of-its-kind suite of tools designed to help increase participation in arts education across the state. View this webinar from Tuesday, Oct 11 to preview these new tools, including: • The California Arts Education Data Project, which analyzes and reports school-level data on arts education courses and middle and high school enrollment across the state; • The Roadmap for Improving Arts Education, which guides districts through the process of examining their data to better understand their unique circumstances and challenges. The roadmap also encourages districts to work with an experienced coach to create a strategic plan for arts education; and • The California Arts Education Data Project Communication Toolkit, which provides materials to share these new resources with local stakeholders.
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UCI's new strategic plan: UCI: Bright Past, Brilliant Future - Judith Stepan-Norris
 
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UCI Institute for Equity, Diversity and Inclusion: First in Class Now in its tenth year, the purpose of the Institute is to build capacity to advance UCI’s enduring commitment to inclusive excellence. By bringing together stakeholders to review goals, metrics and strategies for inclusive excellence, the program is designed to improve coordination, communication and collaboration to fortify student success in all of our academic programs. The theme of this year’s program is “First in Class”. This theme refers to one of the four major pillars of the recently launched UCI’s strategic plan entitled Bright Past. Brilliant Future. Broadening participation in our undergraduate and graduate programs drives our role as a public land grant research university, proudly educating talented young people from the state, country and world. Indeed, last fall the New York Times College Access Index ranked UCI #1 in the nation for economic diversity. This past February, the US Department of Education classified UCI as a Minority Serving Institution under the Asian American Native American and Pacific Islander Serving Institution designation. We are the only AAU member campus so designated. In 2018 UCI will join UCSB as the only two member campuses designated as Hispanic Serving Institutions.
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UTA Strategic Plan
 
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Guided by our strategic plan, Bold Solutions | Global Impact, UTA is raising the standards for excellence in higher education. Our excellence is marked by unparalleled growth; unprecedented discovery; and the unmitigated success of our students, faculty, and alumni. This is exactly what a model 21st-century urban research university looks like. Learn more at uta.edu/strategicplan.
Alex Jones and Charlotte Iserbyt and the "Deliberate Dumbing Down of America"
 
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Charlotte Thompson Iserbyt served as the head of policy at the Department of Education during the first administration of Ronald Reagan. While working there she discovered a long term strategic plan by the tax exempt foundations to transform America from a nation of rugged individualists and problem solvers to a country of servile, brainwashed minions who simply regurgitate whatever they're told. Part one of our exclusive interview with Iserbyt breaks down how conditioning/training under a corporate agenda has replaced traditional education, leading to a deliberate dumbing down of Americans. Iserbyt further explains how Reagan signed agreements merging the U.S. and Soviet systems under the United Nations banner, turning over education and many other areas of public policy to global control. This 74 minute exposé is a must see for anyone who wants to truly know why the education system is deliberately crafted to produce human drones with no critical thinking whose only skills are to be subservient, trust authority and follow orders. Watch out for part two, in which Iserbyt will unveil the connection of her father and grandfather to the elite Skull & Bones secret society, including an exclusive look at the official members list the public was never meant to see. Iserbyt also explores the research of Anthony Sutton and others who've made the connection between Skull & Bones, the Illuminati and experimental psychology from Germany that has been injected into the American education system since the late 1800s. Also in play is the elite's control of the Left-Right political paradigm, infiltration of key policy groups and backing from globalist foundations that have threatened to undermine the American way for the better part of a century. Visit Iserbyt's website at http://www.deliberatedumbingdown.com/
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FSM Research Alliance in Kosrae
 
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The FSM Research Alliance in Kosrae is comprised of members from the Kosrae Department of Education (DOE) and the College of Micronesia-FSM Kosrae Campus. The alliance’s goals are aligned with the Kosrae DOE’s Strategic Plan: strengthening teacher effectiveness, increasing the use of data in decision-making, reducing student and teacher absenteeism, engaging families and communities in student learning, and increasing college readiness and admission by improving student performance. An additional goal of the alliance is to build member capacity to conduct research. Dropout prevention has also been identified as an emerging priority. http://relpacific.mcrel.org/research-alliances/fsm-research-alliance-in-kosrae
EDU 687 Emerging Technologies and Educational Leadership Online Class -  June 21, 2016
 
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Terrence Narinesingh, Ed.S. Adjunct Professor of Educational Leadership Barry University Adrian Dominican School of Education Department of Educational Leadership PROGRAM MISSION: The programs offered by the Educational Leadership Department reflect the latest issues and knowledge in education and are responsive to the needs of a diverse student population. Faculty members draw upon students’ life experiences to facilitate mutual professional and personal growth and to promote meaningful change. Students completing the program are prepared to assume leadership positions in various organizations in their communities. The program integrates the knowledge, skills, and competencies necessary to become highly accomplished professionals and outstanding leaders of public and non-public educational institutions. These include: The ability to be proactive and decisive with a moral and ethical commitment to the organization’s mission; The cognitive and communication skills necessary to facilitate meaningful change; Flexibility in using decision-making and motivational strategies for effective stewardship of time, resources, and personnel. CATALOG COURSE DESCRIPTION: EDU 687 is designed to prepare educational leaders with the skills needed to understand the changing nature of educational technology, and apply these technologies to improve communication, increase student engagement, promote educational opportunities, enhance operational procedures, and build strategic partnerships. Course Rationale: New advances in technology are being introduced daily. School leaders are expected to make informed, data driven decisions related to the integration of all forms of emerging technologies that best suit the needs of faculty, staff, students and parents. CONGRUENCE TO UNIVERSITY MISSION: This course provides an opportunity for the educational leadership student to gain Knowledge and Truth through engaging in activities designed to focus on school improvement through the implementation of technology-based strategies. Through the examination of national, state, and district technology standards and their application in a variety of diverse settings, the educational leadership student will be engaged in the pursuit of Social Justice through the establishment of programs designed to promote educational opportunity and equity at the school site. RELATIONSHIP TO COMMON CORE (FLORIDA STANDARDS): National and State initiatives to integrate standards into teaching, learning, and leadership in education will impact curriculum design and re-design, curriculum development, implementation, and assessment, as well as the unique nature of the role of the leader in this change movement. In an effort to provide aspiring leaders with real-world opportunities to acquire and implement knowledge and skills related to the Florida Standards, the educational leadership courses will be updated to integrate the Florida Standards as appropriate. Modification in the course syllabi will reflect the inclusion of appropriate Florida Standards in program and course goals, course outcomes and activities. LEARNER Outcome(s): Upon completion of this course, students will be able to: Develop effective strategies for integrating existing and emerging technologies relevant to the school and community. Formulate strategies designed to promote internal and external school/community cooperation and partnerships. Design, communicate, implement, and evaluate a strategic plan for the integration of technology. Evaluate existing and future funding sources to design a long-term plan for the acquisition of future technology resources. Apply the use of emerging technologies to improve teacher effectiveness and innovative practice focused on collaboration and the needs of the digital-age learner.
EDU 687 Emerging Technologies and Educational Leadership Online Class   June 7, 2016
 
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Terrence Narinesingh, Ed.S. Adjunct Professor of Educational Leadership Barry University Adrian Dominican School of Education Department of Educational Leadership PROGRAM MISSION: The programs offered by the Educational Leadership Department reflect the latest issues and knowledge in education and are responsive to the needs of a diverse student population. Faculty members draw upon students’ life experiences to facilitate mutual professional and personal growth and to promote meaningful change. Students completing the program are prepared to assume leadership positions in various organizations in their communities. The program integrates the knowledge, skills, and competencies necessary to become highly accomplished professionals and outstanding leaders of public and non-public educational institutions. These include: The ability to be proactive and decisive with a moral and ethical commitment to the organization’s mission; The cognitive and communication skills necessary to facilitate meaningful change; Flexibility in using decision-making and motivational strategies for effective stewardship of time, resources, and personnel. CATALOG COURSE DESCRIPTION: EDU 687 is designed to prepare educational leaders with the skills needed to understand the changing nature of educational technology, and apply these technologies to improve communication, increase student engagement, promote educational opportunities, enhance operational procedures, and build strategic partnerships. Course Rationale: New advances in technology are being introduced daily. School leaders are expected to make informed, data driven decisions related to the integration of all forms of emerging technologies that best suit the needs of faculty, staff, students and parents. CONGRUENCE TO UNIVERSITY MISSION: This course provides an opportunity for the educational leadership student to gain Knowledge and Truth through engaging in activities designed to focus on school improvement through the implementation of technology-based strategies. Through the examination of national, state, and district technology standards and their application in a variety of diverse settings, the educational leadership student will be engaged in the pursuit of Social Justice through the establishment of programs designed to promote educational opportunity and equity at the school site. RELATIONSHIP TO COMMON CORE (FLORIDA STANDARDS): National and State initiatives to integrate standards into teaching, learning, and leadership in education will impact curriculum design and re-design, curriculum development, implementation, and assessment, as well as the unique nature of the role of the leader in this change movement. In an effort to provide aspiring leaders with real-world opportunities to acquire and implement knowledge and skills related to the Florida Standards, the educational leadership courses will be updated to integrate the Florida Standards as appropriate. Modification in the course syllabi will reflect the inclusion of appropriate Florida Standards in program and course goals, course outcomes and activities. LEARNER Outcome(s): Upon completion of this course, students will be able to: Develop effective strategies for integrating existing and emerging technologies relevant to the school and community. Formulate strategies designed to promote internal and external school/community cooperation and partnerships. Design, communicate, implement, and evaluate a strategic plan for the integration of technology. Evaluate existing and future funding sources to design a long-term plan for the acquisition of future technology resources. Apply the use of emerging technologies to improve teacher effectiveness and innovative practice focused on collaboration and the needs of the digital-age learner.
Introduction to Strategic Environmental Management
 
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EOI · 12/03/2012 · http://a.eoi.es/1xsn The aim of this open class is to give an introduction to a broader course on Corporate Environmental Management and Life Cycle Performance, whose aim is to teach students why and how companies can improve the environmental performance of their products, services and activities.
Building Strategic Partnerships to Foster Community Engagement in Education
 
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Recorded on February 9, 2011, this was the fifth webinar in the "Achieving Excellence and Innovation in Family, School, and Community Engagement" (FSCE) series. Strategic community partnerships are a key component of systemic family, school, and community engagement in education. These partnerships draw on the strengths of community groups as they surround students with an array of supports to enhance learning and prepare them for the 21st century. Strategic partnerships also create a culture of communication with each other and with families and schools to ensure the services they provide meet the needs of their communities. This webinar examined practical examples of how to build successful strategic partnerships that foster community engagement, including how to select the organizations, people, and services to be included; how to structure communications to ensure ongoing collaboration; and how to build connections with families and schools. You will hear from a Promise Neighborhood grantee about the program's vision and how it is forming partnerships to support students from birth through college and career preparation, from The Children's Aid Society about why the community school model promotes strong families and successful students, and from the United Way of Lake County, Illinois about a community engagement planning process to ensure on-time high school graduation. The U.S. Department of Education's Center for Faith-based and Neighborhood Partnerships will also speak about what the initiative is doing to sponsor deliberate and ongoing partnerships. Presenters include: - Moderator: Lindsay Torrico, Manager, Public Policy, United Way Worldwide - Reverend Brenda Girton-Mitchell, Director, Center for Faith-based and Neighborhood Partnerships, U.S. Department of Education - Jane Quinn, Director, National Center for Community Schools, The Children's Aid Society - Irasema Salcido, Founder, Cesar Chavez Public Charter Schools for Public Policy, Promise Neighborhood Grantee - Helen Westmoreland, Director of Program Quality, Flamboyan Foundation - Michelle Mittler Crombie, Vice President of Community Development, United Way of Lake County, Illinois A selection of resources and links related to the webinar are located at: http://www.nationalpirc.org/engagement_webinars/archive-webinar5.html
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Banksia Beach State School - Winner 2012 Showcase Award for Excellence in Leadership
 
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Banksia Beach State School Team Banksia -- building the brand In 2007 parents, students and staff at Banksia Beach State School developed a vision and a focussed strategic plan to change the school culture and improve student results. The school developed the brand Team Banksia to create a whole-of-school focus on excellence, outstanding academic, sporting and cultural achievement, positive relationships and a respectful school environment. Prior to Team Banksia, the school was underperforming in many areas. Banksia Beach State School is now enjoying increased enrolments, significant improvement in academic achievement, a strengthened public profile, outstanding music and sporting outcomes, major improvements in student engagement and exceptional staff, student and parent satisfaction.
Charlotte Iserbyt: The Miseducation of America
 
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Charlotte Thompson Iserbyt served as the head of policy at the Department of Education during the first administration of Ronald Reagan. While working there she discovered a long term strategic plan by the tax exempt foundations to transform America from a nation of rugged individualists and problem solvers to a country of servile, brainwashed minions who simply regurgitate whatever they're told. Part one of our exclusive interview with Iserbyt breaks down how conditioning/training under a corporate agenda has replaced traditional education, leading to a deliberate dumbing down of Americans. Iserbyt further explains how Reagan signed agreements merging the U.S. and Soviet systems under the United Nations banner, turning over education and many other areas of public policy to global control. This 74 minute exposé is a must see for anyone who wants to truly know why the education system is deliberately crafted to produce human drones with no critical thinking whose only skills are to be subservient, trust authority and follow orders.
Views: 97 Joshua Lerch
Hawaii Hits the Books With 5-year Technology Plan (Part I)
 
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Brook Conner, CIO and assistant superintendent of Hawaii’s Department of Education, discusses the IT strategy for the state’s students, teachers and school administrators.
Sustainability Education at UBC: Towards Place and Promise
 
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Sustainability features prominently in The UBC Strategic Plan, and is increasingly cited as a value and objective for diverse activity across the University. It's agreed that educators need to integrate and enhance sustainability in courses, programs and initiatives. But what is 'sustainability education'? What support is available for sustainability educators at UBC? This session will briefly share some of the sustainability education projects presently underway at the University, and hopefully kick off an open discussion on how these efforts can be enhanced and, yes, sustained in the future. Moderated by Yona Sipos, Ph.D. Candidate, Integrated Studies, Land and Food Systems Panelists: Jean Marcus, Ph.D., Associate Director, Sustainability Teaching and Learning Office Farah Shroff, Ph.D., Faculty Member, Department of Family Practice & School of Population and Public Health Naoko Ellis, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Chemical and Biological Engineering Margaret Gardiner, Program Assistant, First Nations Languages Program Matt Zustovic, Undergraduate Team Member, Forestry Sustainability Group
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Top 10 in 10 in 2: How We’ll Know When We Get There
 
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Top 10 in 10 in 2: How We’ll Know When We Get There How will we know we are a Top 10 education state? Knowing the breadth of what we want to accomplish in the Top 10 in 10 strategic plan, we knew we couldn’t identify one, single metric to gauge our progress, but rather, we need multiple measures. Therefore, we identified six measurement areas that capture different components of our education system and the Top 10 in 10 strategic plan. We call these the “6 E’s.” Source: Michigan Department of Education