Blast from the Past

Blast from the Past: Conference Security Still an Issue

BlastFromThePast

With state budgets shrinking, many judicial educators are looking for additional sources of funding to supplement their programs. This Spring 1999 article, Fund-Raising Questions for Judicial Educators by Krista Johns, gives some practice advice on what to know before making an ask or applying for a grant.

Blast from the Past: Self-Directed Learning

BlastFromThePast

With state budgets shrinking, many judicial educators are looking for additional sources of funding to supplement their programs. This Spring 1999 article, Fund-Raising Questions for Judicial Educators by Krista Johns, gives some practice advice on what to know before making an ask or applying for a grant.

Blast from the Past: Self-Directed Learning

BlastFromThePast

What type of education do educators need? In her Fall 1997 article, Self-Directed Learning: Planning Our Own Professional Education, Catherine Zeph asks do we as educators take time to plan or even think about our own education needs.

Blast from the Past: Energizing the Panel Discussion

Panel discussions can be a relatively easy way to approach a training topic and can get a lot of information to an audience. However, they can fall flat without careful planning and including ways to actively engage the participants. The…

Money, Budgets, and Judicial Education – Summer 1991

As states courts across the country face continuing budget shortfalls, it is interesting to look back to this article published in the Summer 1991 issue to see how judicial educators dealt with cutbacks 20 years ago. Money, Budgets, and Judicial…