Adult Education

Conducting Effective Training through Careful Evaluation

A Guide to Conducting Effective Training Evaluations: Recommendations, Strategies and Tools for Dependency Court Improvement Programs

The National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges (NCJFCJ), as part of the National Resource Center on Legal and Judicial Issues, a service of the Children’s Bureau, developed A Guide to Conducting Effective Training Evaluations: Recommendations, Strategies and Tools for Dependency Court Improvement Programs. The Guide assists in identifying training needs, developing training methodologies and evaluation tools, and assessing training outcomes.

Fruitvale Station: A Review and Discussion

Fruitvale Station

by Nancy Smith, Field Trainer, Pima County Superior Court, Tucson The film Fruitvale Station is a film any judicial educator could use as a basis for a serious discussion of racism in America. The film illustrates the chasms that separate…

Thumbs up for NASJE’s new curriculum resource

Before I entered the field of judicial education a little less than a year ago, I spent the previous twenty years as a college professor. Teaching was something I had to learn on my own, through trial and error. I would have profited enormously from guidelines and suggestions of the type provided in these materials.

Thiagi Gameletter

Seriously fun activities for trainers, facilitators, performance consultants, and managers.

Thiagi Gameletter

Thiagi Gameletter: Seriously fun activities for trainers, facilitators, performance consultants, and managers.

Thiagi Gameletter

May issue of Thiagi GameLetter You can read it by visiting http://thiagi.com/pfp/may2011.php Here are the contents of this issue: COOPETITION, a review activity that resembles a TV game show. A tool kit article with 11 different interactive storytelling techniques. A…