From the President (Summer 2017)

Happy Summer, NASJE Colleagues! It’s one of my favorite times of year, especially when I’m able to enjoy some fun in the sun with family and friends. If you haven’t yet taken a vacation or at least slowed life to a…

NASJE Members: NACM Call for Proposals

NACM

NACM’s 2018 Midyear Conference will be held next February in Orange County, California and NACM is looking for great presenters. The conference theme is Bridging the Gap: The Power of Strategic Collaboration. NASJE members have plenty of topics and great…

NASJE Members – Did you…?

(1) Did you register for the 2017 NASJE conference in Charleston, South Carolina? (2) Did you know Charleston SC has been voted number 2 in the world’s top 10 best cities in 2017 from Travel + Leisure magazine? (3) Did you research the area and pick your favorite places to see and restaurants to visit? (4) Did you reserve your room at the Francis Marion hotel?

Member Minute: Eydie Trautwein

1. What was your path to judicial education? I am an attorney and started working at the Wyoming Supreme Court in 2013. Originally, I was the Wyoming Court Improvement Program (CIP) director, but in November, 2016, my job morphed into…

Judicial Education Manager Insights

Bryan Walker

My belief has always been that great teachers can teach anybody. The student’s age does not matter. My first disclaimer: I do not consider myself a great teacher. I have, however, found success as a teacher and coach. In my opinion, certificates and degrees have never determined the efficacy of a teacher. I have seen many teachers with Ph.Ds. who fail to connect with learners. As Jack Anderson Pidgeon, the headmaster of the private Kiski School in Saltsburg noted , “Teaching must flow from within. Teaching is an art.”