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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.
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.
Join us in Little Rock for the 2013 NASJE Conference. Register by July 19th to enjoy special conference rates.
After his enlightening keynote session on using experiential learning in judicial education, Dr. David Kolb answered questions and exchanged ideas with conference participants in a break-out session.
NASJE’s Midwest Region held a regional meeting at the NASJE 2011 Conference.
NASJE’s Southeast Region held a regional meeting at the NASJE 2011 Conference.
Phil Knox, Court Administrator from Maricopa County Superior Court, presented a primer on caseflow management to about 14 NASJE members during the conference in Boston.
Assessing Needs: The Basics of Processes and Models was based on part five of the NASJE Curriculum Designs. The two-part session was taught by William Brunson of The National Judicial College and Lee Ann Barnhardt of North Dakota.
A Spark of Inspiration for Improving Your Skills utilized photographs, comic strips, animals, and toys as an interactive way to activate the creative and spontaneous side of the participants.
An intrepid group of NASJE members journeyed across Boston by subway for this experiential learning opportunity.
This breakout session was an opportunity for faculty and participants to share lessons learned from teaching fairness to judicial officers and court staff. Faculty discussed overcoming resistance to fairness topics by acknowledging it, integrating the topic into substantive courses rather…
Educators from six states and the District of Columbia took part in the third forum for State Directors of Judicial Branch Education Offices at the NASJE Annual Conference in Boston, MA . The forum was facilitated by Jennifer Juhler of…
In the session “Good Things Come in Small Packages: Using Short Films to Teach Diversity, Access, and Fairness Issues,” a wide range of short films were shown to illustrate the educational power that can be packed into brief recordings. NASJE…
“Quick and Easy” and distance learning do not always go so well together, but Joseph Sawyer of the National Judicial College did shed some light on different approaches to electronic learning in the session How to Make Technology Work for…
[singlepic id=520 w=320 h=240 float=right]If you walked into this class a few minutes late, you would have found participants wandering around the room talking to each other, and you might have wondered when class would begin – but participants were…