“Bee” a part of the buzz! Visit the ESP Pavilion.
Want to know more about how NJEA works for ESP members? Learn what NJEA ESP members can do for each other and visit a place to get together with your ESP colleagues.
The ESP Pavilion is a great spot to talk about your issues and concerns with someone who works in your field. You’ll find your colleagues in the fields that make up the ESP family, including:
In the ESP Pavilion you’ll also find materials designed especially for ESP members and updates on the latest issues.
Thursday: 9:30 – 11 a.m. Room 307
Presenters: Lynn S. Casaleggio, Donna R. O’Malley
This training is designed to build unity among all school employees by raising awareness of a common goal: success for all students. Working together, employees achieve success through partnerships.
Thursday 1 – 2:30 p.m. Room 307
Presenter: Samuel Hart
This presentation provides tips to bus drivers and aides on exerting positive control over the bus environment by effectively managing students, reporting incidents and interacting with parents.
Thursday 9:30 – 11 a.m. Room 308
Presenter: Lois Yukna
Open discussion on the problems and challenges ESP members face everyday as attendance/truant officers and explore solutions to those situations.
Friday 1 – 2:30 p.m. Room 307
Presenters: Renee Haider, Jerell Blakeley, Erica Vasquez
Use the school as a learning tool to engage students in wider environmental issues such as indoor and outdoor air quality, asthma, waste management, nutrition, and physical activity.
Friday 3 – 4:30 p.m. Room 307
Presenters: Vera Figueiredo, Gary Fournier
Using the school as a learning tool to engage students and utilize curriculum related to energy savings and conservation.
Thursday 1 – 2:30 p.m. Room 305
Presenter: Heather L. Sorge
Become an active, visible part of your local and community. Learn to organize as ESPs, develop projects that highlight you, giving you the credit and attention ESPs need. Samples provided.
Thursday 3 – 4:30 p.m. Room 307
Presenter: Samuel L. Hart
Consider your internal and external “customers,” their importance in your work, and how the customer-service perspective enhances the statue of your position. Telephone interactions are explored.
Friday 9:30 – 11 a.m. Room 307
Presenter: Marguerite M. Vallieu
This workshop will assist secretaries in their dealings with the public, teachers, support staff, students and administrators
(See corresponding pages in the Convention Program for program details.)