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Unopa "Spanier Asks Unl Workers For Ways To Reduce Costs" 1992 Dec 1992

Unopa "Spanier Asks Unl Workers For Ways To Reduce Costs" 1992

UNOPA Newsletters

No abstract provided.


Acuta Enews December 1992, Vol. 21, No. 12 Dec 1992

Acuta Enews December 1992, Vol. 21, No. 12

ACUTA Newsletters

In This Issue

Regulatory update

President's column

Dual routing protects Duke

Talking clock "tells" time

Seminar ratings

Director's column


Acuta Enews November 1992, Vol. 21, No. 11 Nov 1992

Acuta Enews November 1992, Vol. 21, No. 11

ACUTA Newsletters

In This Issue

Interchangeable NPA, NNX

President's Message

Permanent 800 numbers

Industry/ Regulatory updates

Making voice mail effective

The fax-on-demand solution


Pod Network News: Newsletter November 1992, Daniel Wheeler Nov 1992

Pod Network News: Newsletter November 1992, Daniel Wheeler

POD Network News

Annual Conference at Saddlebrook Resort, Wesley Chapel, Florida

Spirit of POD Award

Program Descriptions

Bright Idea Award

CORE Election

To Improve the Academy

Special Projects

CORE Deliberations

Standing Committees

Our New Look

Among Us

Conferences

Positions

Subscribing to the POD Network Electronic List Service

Contacting POD's Manager of Administrative Services

Things to do ...

POD Core Committee 1993-1996 Self-Nomination Form


Acuta Enews October 1992, Vol. 21, No. 10 Oct 1992

Acuta Enews October 1992, Vol. 21, No. 10

ACUTA Newsletters

In This Issue

CMSU testing VISIT

President's message

A telecom intern's report

Annual ACUTA budget

Answers from "Regional Feud"

Membership Director's report


The Muse: Resources For Faculty And Ta Newsletters, No. 5, Fall 1992 Oct 1992

The Muse: Resources For Faculty And Ta Newsletters, No. 5, Fall 1992

Archives of Professional and Organizational Development Network in Higher Education

A Primer for excellence: Attention to details can make a good newsletter great, by Linc. Fisch

Editors' musings: What do readers want?

Filings; Muse news to use: Reap the benefits of newsletter networking

Review of The Editorial Eye, by Ken Zahorski

Selecting quotations: Different voices, different viewpoints, by Laura L. B. Border

Supplement: Reaching Through Teaching, A NEWSLETTER HIGHLIGHTING CLASSROOM PHILOSOPHY AND PRACTICE AMONG KENNESAW FACULTY, VOLUME 6, NUMBER 1, FALL 1992:

WIGS, MORTARBOARDS AND OTHER TRADITIONS, by Don Forrester, Ed., Director of CETL

DR. ]0 ALLEN BRADHAM: 1992 DISTINGUISHED TEACHING AWARD RECIPIENT, by Kenneth P. Gilliam, Ph.D., Associate ...


Preparing Professionals For Educational Partnerships: An Interdisciplinary Approach, Marshall Welch, Susan M. Sheridan, Addie Fuhriman, Ann W. Hart, Michael L. Connell, Trish Stoddart Sep 1992

Preparing Professionals For Educational Partnerships: An Interdisciplinary Approach, Marshall Welch, Susan M. Sheridan, Addie Fuhriman, Ann W. Hart, Michael L. Connell, Trish Stoddart

Educational Psychology Papers and Publications

An interdisciplinary course was developed in the Graduate School of Education at the University of Utah, team taught by faculty members from the Departments of Educational Administration, Educational Psychology, Educational Studies, and Special Education. This unique course was designed to provide prospective teachers, special educators, school psychologists, counselors, and administrators insights into conceptual and practical components of collaborative problem solving and conflict management. This article describes the initial development and implementation, as well as content, activities, assignments, and evaluation procedures of this course.

The education of all youth is the shared responsibility of classroom teachers, special educators, administrators, related professionals ...


Preparation Of School Psychologists In Behavioral Consultation Service Delivery, Thomas R. Kratochwill, Pamela Carrington Rotto, Susan M. Sheridan, Diane Salmon Sep 1992

Preparation Of School Psychologists In Behavioral Consultation Service Delivery, Thomas R. Kratochwill, Pamela Carrington Rotto, Susan M. Sheridan, Diane Salmon

Educational Psychology Papers and Publications

Practicing school psychologists have reported that consultation generally has been a high priority in service delivery approaches in schools and other applied settings (e.g., Gutkin, Singer, & Brown, 1980; Lesiak & Lounsbury, 1977; Meacham & Peckam, 1978). Although many practitioners now receive didactic training, few school psychology programs may actually provide a field practicum or other supervised experience in consultation. Formal applied training in consultation is important for several professional and ethical reasons. In the last decade, there has been growing concern over the limitations of traditional psychoeducational services provided to children in school settings. For example, studies have demonstrated that psychologists using traditional assessment practices ...


What Do We Mean When We Say "Collaboration"?, Susan M. Sheridan Sep 1992

What Do We Mean When We Say "Collaboration"?, Susan M. Sheridan

Educational Psychology Papers and Publications

In the first of what certainly will be many thoughtful and provocative articles to appear in this column, Witt (1990) questioned the validity of the broadly accepted mandate that "our consultative interactions be collaborative” (p. 367). He continued with anecdotes illustrating ineffective teaching practices and deficient teacher skills which mitigated against the desirability of a "true" collaborative approach. The title of the article articulates Witt’s stated purpose: "Collaboration in School-Based Consultation: Myth in Need of Data." My purpose in this article is not to argue for or against Witt’s position. Rather, I suggest that we go beyond this ...


A Conceptual Model For The Expansion Of Behavioral Consultation Training, Susan M. Sheridan, Diane Salmon, Thomas R. Kratochwill, Pamela J. Carrington Rotto Sep 1992

A Conceptual Model For The Expansion Of Behavioral Consultation Training, Susan M. Sheridan, Diane Salmon, Thomas R. Kratochwill, Pamela J. Carrington Rotto

Educational Psychology Papers and Publications

In this article, a general model and specific program that expand traditional behavioral consultation training are presented. The training program involves five interrelated components: (a) procedural and content skills, (b) role and relationship considerations, (c) entry/systems issues, (d) field-based experience, and (e) peer supervision. As a system, each component is necessary but not sufficient in the development of consulting expertise. Likewise, each component is subsumed by one or more components that encompass this broader framework. A theoretical rationale, model for implementation, and future training and research directions are also presented.


Acuta Enews Septmber 1992, Vol. 21, No. 9 Sep 1992

Acuta Enews Septmber 1992, Vol. 21, No. 9

ACUTA Newsletters

In This Issue

Merging technologies to compete

President's column

Award, election winners

Innovation spurs productivity

Conference evaluations

Welcome to new members


Acuta Enews August 1992, Vol. 21, No. 8 Aug 1992

Acuta Enews August 1992, Vol. 21, No. 8

ACUTA Newsletters

In This Issue

FCC gives nod to touch-tone video

President's column

West Chester starting student resale

Security at Yale

ACUTA Calender

Phone taps snare hackers


Pod Network News, August 1992, Daniel W. Wheeler Aug 1992

Pod Network News, August 1992, Daniel W. Wheeler

POD Network News

POD ANNUAL CONFERENCE

CORE COMMITTEE (October 21-22, 1992)

SPECIAL POD PROJECTS

HESBERGH FACULTY DEVELOPMENT AWARD

PROGRAM DESCRIPTIONS

AMONG POD MEMBERS

MEETINGS OF INTEREST

CYCLE OF POD ACTIVITIES TO ANCITIPATE


The Effects Of Teaching A Summary Skills Strategy To Students Identified As Learning Disabled On Their Comprehension Of Science Text, J. Ron Nelson, Deborah J. Smith, John M. Dodd Aug 1992

The Effects Of Teaching A Summary Skills Strategy To Students Identified As Learning Disabled On Their Comprehension Of Science Text, J. Ron Nelson, Deborah J. Smith, John M. Dodd

Special Education and Communication Disorders Faculty Publications

The effects of a summary skills learning strategy on the comprehension of science text were examined with 5 elementary-age urban minority special education students in a summer remedial program. The program's effect on the overall completeness of the students' written summaries and the maintenance of the strategy also were examined. Following baseline, the summary skills strategy was introduced in both group and individual reading settings according to a multiple baseline across settings design. Student performance was assessed in both setting, and maintenance was probed at 4 weeks in the individual reading setting. The strategy produced clear improvement in the ...


Acuta Enews July 1992, Vol. 21, No. 7 Jul 1992

Acuta Enews July 1992, Vol. 21, No. 7

ACUTA Newsletters

In This Issue

President's column

Two Region Directors elected

Party Line

Northeast Region meeting


Acuta Enews June 1992, Vol. 21, No. 6 Jun 1992

Acuta Enews June 1992, Vol. 21, No. 6

ACUTA Newsletters

In This Issue

Connectivity, Database Center

President's column

WISE participants

Billed party preference

Keene State gets "slammed"

New Membership Director


Unopa Notes Volume 30, Issue 10 1992 May 1992

Unopa Notes Volume 30, Issue 10 1992

UNOPA Newsletters

No abstract provided.


Acuta Enews May 1992, Vol. 21, No. 5 May 1992

Acuta Enews May 1992, Vol. 21, No. 5

ACUTA Newsletters

In This Issue

Nominations for officers sought

President's column

AT&T opens development site

Northeast regional meeting


Pod Network News, May 1992, Daniel W. Wheeler May 1992

Pod Network News, May 1992, Daniel W. Wheeler

POD Network News

1992 POD CONFERENCE

NOTES ABOUT THE CORE COMMITTEE

THOUGHTS FROM THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

AAHE/RECEPTION/POD SAMPLER

SPECIAL PROJECTS

TO IMPROVE THE ACADEMY

POD MEMBERS KUDOS

BRIGHT IDEAS

PROGRAM DESCRIPTIONS

JOB OPPORTUNITIES

MEETINGS OF INTEREST

NEW PUBLICATIONS OF INTEREST

TIAA-CREF ANNOUNCES FACULTY DEVELOPMENT AWARD

CHECKLIST: THINGS TO DO

UPDATE OF 1988 COLLECTION OF PROGRAMS

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION GUIDELINES

Teaching and Learning Committee, Wabash College

Instructional Development Program, University of Rhode Island


Acuta Enews April 1992, Vol. 21, No. 4 Apr 1992

Acuta Enews April 1992, Vol. 21, No. 4

ACUTA Newsletters

In This Issue

Call for Award nominations

President's column

Managing Telecom review

Creighton opens access, ends fraud

Membership Service Coordinator

San Francisco registration form


The Muse: Resources For Faculty And Ta Newsletters, No. 4, Spring 1992 Apr 1992

The Muse: Resources For Faculty And Ta Newsletters, No. 4, Spring 1992

Archives of Professional and Organizational Development Network in Higher Education

Sometimes simpler may be better: The case for the traditional one-column newsletter, by Linc. Fisch

Editors' musings: The Muse goes subscription

Filings: Muse news to use

Book review of Language on a Leash by Bruce 0. Boston

Design Review: York University's CORE illustrates an appealing blend of graphic elements

Supplement: Editor to editor, by LeAne H. Rutherford

Supplement: Instructional Development newsletter:

Springboard to the Professoriate, by Paul Treuer and LeAne Rutherford

EGALITARIAN TEACHING: Uncommon Teaching with a Common Touch, by Rick Lichty

THE SAFE CLASSROOM, by Deborah Petersen-Perlman, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Communication

REFLECTING ON WORKSHOPS AND LIFE IN ...


Acuta Enews February 1992, Vol. 21, No. 2 Feb 1992

Acuta Enews February 1992, Vol. 21, No. 2

ACUTA Newsletters

In This Issue

Call for RD Nominations

President's column

Workshop announcement

Alabama college takes case to PSC

Party Line

Rating to Tucson seminars


Pod Network News, January 15, 1992, Ronald Smith Jan 1992

Pod Network News, January 15, 1992, Ronald Smith

POD Network News

No abstract provided.


Consultation And Teaming: Problem Solving Among Educators, Parents, And Support Personnel, Stephen N. Elliott, Susan M. Sheridan Jan 1992

Consultation And Teaming: Problem Solving Among Educators, Parents, And Support Personnel, Stephen N. Elliott, Susan M. Sheridan

Educational Psychology Papers and Publications

This article examines the nature and use of consultation and in-school teams in the delivery of psychoeducational services for children experiencing difficulties in school. Underlying both consultation and school-based teams is an explicit problem-solving process that has been shown to facilitate problem resolution for a target child and can also advance the knowledge of the adults who participate in the process. Practical, step-by-step illustrations of problem solving within a consultative relationship are provided and extended to team problem solving. Research literature supporting these practices also is briefly reviewed.


Using Cases About Teaching For Faculty Development, Luann Wilkerson, John Boehrer Jan 1992

Using Cases About Teaching For Faculty Development, Luann Wilkerson, John Boehrer

To Improve the Academy

Creating and Collecting Cases

Setting Up Case-Based Workshops

Facilitating Case Discussions

Setting Clear Expectations

Managing Time

Asking and Encouraging Questions

Listening

Organizing and Structuring

Avoiding Common Problems

Conclusion

References

Other Resources


How Can I Be Heard?, Luann Wilkerson Jan 1992

How Can I Be Heard?, Luann Wilkerson

To Improve the Academy

Today is the second day of five one-hour tutorials on The Case of the Fainting Soccer Player. The six first-year medical students have been struggling to explain the sequence of events experienced by the 17 year old woman in the case who collapses while playing soccer with subsequent ventricular fibrillation and coma. An older female student, Pat, had spoken little during the first 15 minutes of discussion as the group alternately considered the role of brain and heart in the patient's collapse. Finally, Pat quietly commented.


Using Focus Groups To Obtain Students' Perceptions Of General Education, Sheila P. Wright, Anne Hendershott Jan 1992

Using Focus Groups To Obtain Students' Perceptions Of General Education, Sheila P. Wright, Anne Hendershott

To Improve the Academy

Description of the Interdisciplinary Program

Method

Procedure

Data Analysis

Results

Reactions to Content

Instructor-Content Interaction

Impact of Courses

Implications

Teaching

Further Research

Use of Focus Groups

Conclusion

References

Appendix A

Appendix B


Consultant And Client Outcomes Of Competency-Based Behavioral Consultation Training, Susan M. Sheridan Jan 1992

Consultant And Client Outcomes Of Competency-Based Behavioral Consultation Training, Susan M. Sheridan

Educational Psychology Papers and Publications

This article examines how despite increasing demands and empirical support for consultation, its actual practice in schools continues to be limited. One barrier to the systematic provision of consultation services in the schools may be the lack of applied training provided to preservice individuals in graduate preparation programs. A model of behavioral consultation training which extends previous competency- based programs is presented. Trained five doctoral students in school psychology in behavioral consultation procedures using written manuals, videotape models, behavioral rehearsal, performance feedback, self-monitoring, and generalization training. Following university-based practice with trained consultees and student teachers, consultants were assigned consultation cases ...


Nf92-88 Nebraska Solar Energy Companies, Ann Ziebarth Jan 1992

Nf92-88 Nebraska Solar Energy Companies, Ann Ziebarth

Historical Materials from University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension

Energy conservation measures are the first step that most households can make to reduce their contribution to the energy glut. For people interested in more significant changes using solar energy is one alternative. This NebFact identifies Nebraska firms that either manufacture or distribute solar energy equipment.


G92-1093 Use Of Animal Drugs In Livestock Management, Duane N. Rice, Barbara E. Straw Jan 1992

G92-1093 Use Of Animal Drugs In Livestock Management, Duane N. Rice, Barbara E. Straw

Historical Materials from University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension

How to handle antibiotics and other drugs to prevent residues in meat while maintaining an effective animal health program.

Use of animal drugs in food animal production must be accepted as a responsibility rather than a right when trying to improve animal health. Drugs should be used to enhance a health program and not as a substitute for good management.

Disease prevention is based on good nutritional and environmental factors, sanitation, and the use of a complete herd health program. Use of vaccines for common diseases and in some cases segregation or culling of infected animals is important. Good management ...