NJASA's eNewsletter Volume 13 | November 27, 2019
The Source at NJASA

  • 2 Days
  • 280+ Speakers
  • 2 Keynote Presenters
  • 130+ Workshops
  • 150+ Exhibitors
  • Countless Networking Opportunities
January 30-31, 2020 Harrah’s Resort, Atlantic
Keynote Presentations Offer a Time to Grow
Thursday, January 30, 2020 

Educator, Blogger &
West Central Indiana Presenter
Friday, January 31, 2020

Author & VP, Professional Learning at Altitude Learning  
He has infused technology and innovative teaching methods in his classes for more than 10 years. He is the author of the book Ditch That Textbook: Free Your Teaching and Revolutionize Your Classroom and writes at the Ditch That Textbook blog about using technology and creative ideas in teaching. He is a Google Certified Innovator (Austin ’14), a PBS LearningMedia Digital Innovator, a Bammy! Awards nominee, and winner of the WTHI-TV Golden Apple Award.
She has worked in diverse contexts to learn, research, and support deeper learning for all students. She has served as middle school English language arts teacher, instructional coach, and led the district's new teacher mentoring program. Katie has a Bachelor’s Degree and Master’s Degree in middle school education and her Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instruction with a focus on the support that impacts teacher efficacy and retention.
A Waiver Request for TECHSPO® '20 Has Been Granted!

Harrah’s Resort Atlantic City is the official host hotel for the NJASA TECHSPO® ‘20 Conference.  It is the responsibility of all attendees and exhibitors going to the TECHSPO® Conference to make their own hotel arrangements directly with Harrah’s.
Join the Financial Survival Skills Conversation & Explore
  • Strategies
  • Goals
  • Processes
  • Challenges

December 10, 2019 9am-1pm Lawrenceville, NJ

In Case You Missed It!
NJASA Legal Department Research Services November 2019
SEL - A Comprehensive Exploration for School District Leaders

SEATING is Limited!  

A new era in education is emerging, shifting our emphasis toward whole child education. District leaders who become experts in SEL will be at a distinct advantage, improving academic outcomes, reducing the potential for violence, and creating happier faculty

Part Two: Friday, January 10, 2020
This session will explore 15 key SEL’s not commonly known. Examine the intersection of individual and organizational needs. Understand how school culture supports SEL with the ultimate reward of organizational health.

Part Three: Monday, April 20, 2020
The final session examines the 15 pivotal aspects of SEL. Evaluate your own program and learn how to improve services to students through strengthening your faculty.
Do You Know an Aspiring Journalist?
Summer 2020 July 31st - Aug 10th
Princeton Summer Journalism Program ( PSJP ) selects 40 students every year to learn journalism. The program is packed with workshops, tours and journalism discussions led by experts in the industry.
Founded in 2002 by four alumni of the Princeton University Class of 2001 and editors for the Daily Princetonian, their goal was to diversify college and professional newsrooms, where women, people of color, and from lower-income and middle-class backgrounds had been historically underrepresented. Today, despite innovations in technology, the expansion of social media platforms, and increased attention to diversity, this need is arguably more crucial than ever.
Application deadline is Monday, February 17, 2020. 
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