NASJE Annual Conference Update – Plenary Session at the Little Rock Central High School National Historical Site (Comments Off)
Tweet These photos from today’s Plenary Session at the Little Rock Central High School National Historical Site are courtesy of Michael Roosevelt and Nancy Smith. Thank you Michael and Nancy!
NASJE Annual Conference Update – More Day 1 Pictures (Comments Off)
Tweet Michael Roosevelt sent in the following pictures from the first day of the NASJE Annual Conference in Little Rock. The above photo is of participants in the Build a Better Webinar workshop lead by William Brunson and Wendy Schiller on Monday, August 12. The following photos are from the Monday evening NASJE Social Event at the […]
NASJE Annual Conference Update – The Times They Are A‐Changin’: The Role of Adult Development in the Learning Process (Comments Off)
Tweet Hello fellow NASJE members! Our first update from the 2013 Annual Conference in Little Rock come courtesy of Michael Roosevelt. The photos below are from the First Plenary today (Monday, August 12th) — The Times They Are A‐Changin’: The Role of Adult Development in the Learning Process.
2013 Conference Evaluations & Materials (Comments Off)
Find the link to conference materials here. Also, pease take a few minutes each day to provide us with your written feedback about the conference. Your comments, suggestions and input will assist in the planning of future conferences.
Little Rock: A City Guide (Comments Off)
If you find yourself in Little Rock, Arkansas – and if you are attending this year’s NASJE conference, you will – you’ll find a plethora of things to occupy your free time. Whether you prefer to spend your time perusing museums, shopping, spending time in the great outdoors or dancing the night away, you’re sure to find something that interests you in the heart of central Arkansas.
William Jefferson Clinton Presidential Center and the Clinton School of Public Service (Comments Off)
Little Rock is well known for many notable events, places, things to do and even people. On August 19, 1946, in Hope, Arkansas, a man who would grow up one day to be become the forty-second president of the United States of America was born.
Little Rock, a city with a rich history, has seen periods of intense strife. These events have made it one of the most historically and culturally significant cities in American history. From its beginnings as a stop on Hernando de Soto’s exploration to the present day, various events have dotted the city’s growth and development culturally, economically and socially.
- Blast from the Past: Self-Directed Learning
- Seven (Easy) Steps to Creating a Transition Policy for Juvenile Drug Court Team Members
- Team Life Cycles
- Turnover within Judicial Education Organizations: Cost and Opportunity
- Civics Education for Court Staff
- Court Staff Benefit from Law and Literature Course
- Transitions – Spring 2013
- Thiagi Gameletter
- The History of Little Rock
- SJI News
7/12/13 •Blast from the Past: Self-Directed Learning
4/10/13 •Blast from the Past: Self-Directed Learning
12/04/12 •Blast from the Past: Multidisciplinary Studies in Judicial Education
8/05/12 •Blast from the Past: Ethics Issues in Judicial Education
5/02/12 •Blast from the Past: Energizing the Panel Discussion
1/18/12 •Blast From The Past
4/21/11 •Blast from the Past: Computer-based education for judges (from 1989)
1/26/11 •Money, Budgets, and Judicial Education – Summer 1991
7/12/13 •Seven (Easy) Steps to Creating a Transition Policy for Juvenile Drug Court Team Members
4/10/13 •Seven (Easy) Steps to Community Engagement and Resource Development
8/05/12 •Psychology and the Courts: Exploring the Sometimes Wacky World of Decision-Making
1/18/12 •Vision from the Bench to Fulfill the ICWA Promise
1/18/12 •Courts Catalyzing Change: Using an Equity Lens to Guide the Future
11/01/11 •On-Line Trainings – Lessons Learned!
7/09/11 •Training Program Developed on Dealing with the Mentally Ill in the Courts
1/26/11 •Juvenile Court Users’ Research and Technical Assistance Project