Professional Educator Sample Clauses

Professional Educator. This standard is not used as part of the evaluation process, but included for reflection. We acknowledge that we have reached consensus on the three standards that will be evaluated this year. Evaluatee signature Date Evaluator’s signature Date School
Professional Educator. This standard is not used as part of the evaluation process, but included for reflection. We acknowledge that we have reached consensus on the three standards that will be evaluated this year. Signature of Evaluatee Signature of Evaluator Date School _ Classroom Observation/Post-Observation Conference (For Evaluator’s use during classroom observation and discussion with the teacher at the post-observation conference) Evaluatee School Evaluator Observation #1 or #2 Period/Time & Date of Lesson Subject/Grade Lesson Number of Students Duration of visit Please fill in the three standards being observed below:
Professional Educator. In our knowledge there are no specific master courses or training in Older Adults Homecare for Professional Educator. The only master course identified that provide knowledge, skills and competences on social health care of older adults and to which may participate Professional educator is organized by the University of Milan and the Association of the social assistants of Lombardy and it’s named ““Taking charge of people with severe disability: clinical assistance, educational and management aspects”. The course includes 324 hours of training, including 108 hours of e-learning modules and 54 hours of practical experiences. At the end of the course it’s mandatory a period of apprenticeship of 250 hours. The training modules of the course include Case management; clinical research; Management and ethical issues; Nuromotor disability; Cardiologic Rehabilitation, Oncologic multidisciplinary, Care Technics.
Professional Educator. A graduate of the Professional Education (Health Care Profession) degree. Professional Educators are health care professionals specialised in rehabilitation. Their work activities contribute to specific projects in the fields of education and rehabilitation to promote a balanced development, rehabilitation and social reintegration of physically or psychologically disadvantaged individuals, or people who are at risk of being socially marginalised. ROLE (SET OF ACTIVITIES) KNOWLEDGE know what - theoretical and/or factual knowledge SKILLS know how to do - SKILLS as cognitive and practical COMPETENCIES know how to be - RELATIONSHIP Know how to relate to the individual, their family, the community Start a relationship Use an ‘educational relationship’in order to establish rapport with the individual and their family, ascertain the person’s needs, share the proposed plan with them, keep on sustaining the relationships that make it possible for the necessary support to the educational process to be found within the family and the community. Maintain, strengthen, and repair existing relationships Create new relationships Be familiar with social participation and active citizenship processes Encourage social life by making the most of the community’s resources Encourage participation in activities and events organised by external agencies and services ELEMENTS OF GERIATRICS Learn about the process of ageing (physical, cognitive, psychological and social issues) Slow down physical decline (encouraging physical exercise in cooperating with physiokinetic therapy) Together with the working team to identify actions to be taken in order to promote active ageing, i.e. adopting a new lifestyle that can slow down or counter the loss of functions/abilities Promote strategies to maintain the main cognitive functions (focus, memory, language) Slow down cognitive decline (formal and informal ROT, promoting space and time orientation and adapting your ROLE (SET OF ACTIVITIES) KNOWLEDGE know what - theoretical and/or factual knowledge SKILLS know how to do - SKILLS as cognitive and practical COMPETENCIES know how to be - environment) Promote psychological welfare Preventing social decline (encouraging people to engage ‘actively’ in the communityfree time activities and volunteering ) HANDLING AUTONOMY Be familiar with ADL And IADL (instrumental activities of daily living) Assess the ability to make a meal, maintain personal hygiene, get dressed, deal with domestic chores, take...

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  • Professional and Education Leaves (a) Leave of absence with pay or without pay may be granted to employees to attend professional and educational meetings, courses, or other events which may be judged beneficial to the employee's professional development, especially as it relates to her responsibilities with the Employer.

  • Professional Service Consultant agrees that all services and work performed under this agreement will be accomplished in a professional manner, in accordance with the accepted standards of Contractor’s profession.

  • Resident Educator A Resident Educator is a teacher employed under a resident educator license.

  • General Education From: College of San Mateo General Catalog, Semester This is a temporary template to display CSU GE Breath couses until ASSIST is functional. Plese keep in mind that this is a static file and will not reflect any subsequent changes. ORAL COMMUNICATION ← CSU GE Area: A1 - Oral Communication COMM 110 - Public Speaking (3.00) COMM 130 - Interpersonal Communication (3.00) COMM 140 - Small Group Communication (3.00) COMM 150 - Intercultural Communication (3.00) ← WRITTEN COMMUNICATION CSU GE Area: A2 - Written Communication ENGL 110 - Composition, Literature and Critical Thinking (3.00) ENGL 105 - Intensive Composition (5.00) ENGL 100 - Composition and Reading (3.00) CRITICAL THINKING CSU GE Area: A3 - Critical Thinking PHIL 103 - Critical Thinking (3.00) ENGL 110 - Composition, Literature and Critical Thinking (3.00) ENGL 165 - Advanced Composition (3.00) PHIL 200 - Introduction to Logic (3.00) ENGL 100 - Composition and Reading (3.00) PHYSICAL SCIENCE CSU GE Area: B1 - Physical Science GEOL 100 - Survey of Geology (3.00) PHYS 100 - Conceptual Physics (3.00) GEOG 100 - Physical Geography (3.00) ASTR 115 - The Solar System (3.00) ASTR 100 - Introduction to Astronomy (3.00) ASTR 200 - Introduction to Astrophysics (3.00) PALN 110 - General Paleontology (3.00) ASTR 125 - Stars and Galaxies (3.00) CHEM 420 - Health Science Chemistry II (4.00) PHYS 220 - General Physics II (4.00) CHEM 100 - Survey of Chemistry (3.00) CHEM 220 - General Chemistry II (5.00) PHYS 260 - Physics with Calculus II (4.00) PHYS 210 - General Physics I (4.00) PHYS 250 - Physics with Calculus I (4.00) CHEM 250 - Analytical Chemistry (5.00) OCEN 100 - Oceanography (3.00) PHYS 270 - Physics with Calculus III (4.00) CHEM 410 - Health Science Chemistry I (4.00) CHEM 232 - Organic Chemistry II (5.00) CHEM 210 - General Chemistry I (5.00) CHEM 231 - Organic Chemistry I (5.00) LIFE SCIENCE ← CSU GE Area: B2 - Life Science BIOL 184 - Wildlife Biology (3.00) BIOL 102 - Environmental Science and Conservation (3.00) BIOL 100 - Introduction to the Life Sciences (3.00) PALN 110 - General Paleontology (3.00) BIOL 110 - General Principles of Biology (4.00) ANTH 125 - Physical Anthropology (3.00) BIOL 240 - General Microbiology (4.00) BIOL 210 - General Zoology (5.00) BIOL 230 - Introductory Cell Biology (4.00) BIOL 250 - Anatomy (4.00) BIOL 220 - General Botany (5.00) BIOL 260 - Introductory Physiology (5.00) BIOL 145 - Plants, People and Environment (3.00) PSYC 105 - Experimental Psychology (3.00) OCEN 100 - Oceanography (3.00) BIOL 130 - Human Biology (3.00) PSYC 220 - Introduction to Psychobiology (3.00) LABORATORY ACTIVITY CSU GE Area: B3 - Laboratory Activity BIOL 195 - Biology Field Laboratory (1.00) ASTR 103 - Observational Astronomy (Lab) (1.00) PALN 111 - Paleontology Laboratory/Field Studies (1.00) ANTH 127 - Physical Anthropology Lab (1.00) CHEM 420 - Health Science Chemistry II (4.00) BIOL 110 - General Principles of Biology (4.00) PHYS 220 - General Physics II (4.00) BIOL 240 - General Microbiology (4.00) CHEM 220 - General Chemistry II (5.00) BIOL 210 - General Zoology (5.00) PHYS 260 - Physics with Calculus II (4.00) PHYS 210 - General Physics I (4.00) PHYS 250 - Physics with Calculus I (4.00) BIOL 230 - Introductory Cell Biology (4.00) BIOL 250 - Anatomy (4.00) BIOL 220 - General Botany (5.00) BIOL 260 - Introductory Physiology (5.00) CHEM 250 - Analytical Chemistry (5.00) ASTR 101 - Astronomy Laboratory (1.00) GEOL 101 - Geology Laboratory (1.00) BIOL 132 - Human Biology Laboratory (1.00) PHYS 270 - Physics with Calculus III (4.00) CHEM 410 - Health Science Chemistry I (4.00) CHEM 232 - Organic Chemistry II (5.00) CHEM 210 - General Chemistry I (5.00) CHEM 231 - Organic Chemistry I (5.00) ← QUANTITATIVE REASONING CSU GE Area: B4 - Mathematics/Quantitative Reasoning MATH 270 - Linear Algebra (3.00) MATH 242 - Applied Calculus II (3.00) MATH 275 - Ordinary Differential Equations (3.00) MATH 125 - Elementary Finite Mathematics (3.00) PSYC 121 - Basic Statistical Concepts (3.00) MATH 145 - Liberal Arts Mathematics (3.00) MATH 268 - Discrete Mathematics (4.00) MATH 251 - Calculus with Analytic Geometry I (5.00) MATH 241 - Applied Calculus I (5.00) MATH 200 - Elementary Probability and Statistics (4.00) MATH 253 - Calculus with Analytic Geometry III (5.00) MATH 252 - Calculus with Analytic Geometry II (5.00) MATH 222 - Precalculus (5.00) MATH 225 - Path to Calculus (6.00) CIS 278 - (CS1)Programming Methods I: C++ (4.00) MATH 130 - Analtyic Trigonometry (4.00) ARTS AND HUMANITIES

  • Professional Services Bodily injury" or "property damage" arising out of the rendering of or failure to render profes- sional services;

  • Special Education Teachers Whenever any Elementary Special Education class to which a student(s) is(are) added as a result of the distribution of students from the class of an absent Elementary Special Education teacher, Article 8-7 shall be in effect. In addition, whenever the class size of the receiving Special Education teacher exceeds the class size maxim mandated by Special Education class size law and/or regulation, the Xxxxxxxx Formula in AAA Case No. 1139-0696- 85, February 21, 1986, shall be used to calculate the compensation which said teacher shall receive as follows: The rate of pay for said teacher for teaching said additional students shall be computed by multiplying the teacher’s daily gross compensation by a fraction in which the denominator is twenty-six (26) and the numerator is the number of children taught in excess of Article 8-1.1 Item 3 of the Collective Bargaining Agreement between the parties.

  • Training and Education SECTION 1 – Law Enforcement Supervisors’ Training The state and the PBA recognize the importance of supervisor training programs to develop management skills in our law enforcement supervisors. The state will make a reasonable effort to continue existing training programs in law enforcement techniques and to develop new programs in performance review techniques, supervisory skills, and managerial techniques.

  • Professional Services Fees You agree to pay us the professional services fees in the amounts set forth in the Investment Summary. Those amounts are payable in accordance with our Invoicing and Payment Policy. You acknowledge that the fees stated in the Investment Summary are good-faith estimates of the amount of time and materials required for your implementation. We will bill you the actual fees incurred based on the in-scope services provided to you. Any discrepancies in the total values set forth in the Investment Summary will be resolved by multiplying the applicable hourly rate by the quoted hours.

  • Professional Liability insurance shall be written with limits no less than $1,000,000 per claim and $1,000,000 policy aggregate limit, as applicable.

  • In-Service Education The parties recognize the value of in-service both to the employee and the employer and shall encourage employees to participate in in-service. All employees scheduled by the Employer to attend in-service seminars shall receive regular wages.