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JERITT MONOGRAPHS NOW AVAILABLE FOR DOWNLOAD

The JERITT Project has made JERITT Monograph One, Two, Three, Four, Five, Six, Seven, Eight, Nine, Ten, Eleven, Twelve and Thirteen freely available to view and/or download.

JERITT Monograph One: Judicial Education Needs Assessment and Program Evaluation (Hudzik)
JERITT Monograph Two: Mentoring in the Judiciary (Conner and Anderson)
JERITT Monograph Three: Education for Development: Principles and Practices in Judicial Education (Claxton and Murrell)
JERITT Monograph Four: Curriculum, Program, and Faculty Development: Managing People, Process, and Product (Waldrop and Conner) Chapter 6 Chapter 7
JERITT Monograph Five: Program Management: Managing Deadlines, Details, Activities, and People (Conner and Waldrop)
JERITT Monograph Six: Education for Development: The Voices of Practioners in the Judiciary (Claxton and Ochsman)
JERITT Monograph Seven: Professional Education and Development of NASJE Members (Conner)
JERITT Monograph Eight: Ability-Based Learning and Judicial Education: An Approach to Ongoing Professional Development (Mentokowski, Loacker, and O'Brien)
JERITT Monograph Nine: Claiming Status in an Emerging Occupation: A Study of State Judicial Education in America (Conner)
JERITT Monograph Ten: Ten The Courts and Judicial Branch Education_Creating Their Future in the New Millennium (Conner)
JERITT Monograph Eleven: Conducting Impact Evaluation for Judicial Branch Education (Conner)
JERITT Monograph Twelve: Preparing Organizations for Distance Learning Technologies (Foster and Massey)
JERITT Monograph Thirteen: Developing a Court Leadership and Management Curriculm (Lefever, Steelman, Soloman, Teagle, and Conner) (References & Bibilography)

If you wish to receive a bound copy of these or any other monographs not listed here, please contact the JERITT Project. A $25.00 fee is assessed for hard copies of all monographs.

Each JERITT monograph offers theory on and practical application of subject matter pertinent to developing the knowledge and competencies of judicial branch educators and others involved in the continuing professional education of judges and court personnel.
  1. Judicial Education Needs Assessment and Program Evaluation
  2. Mentoring in the Judiciary
  3. Education For Development: Principles and Practices In Judicial Education
  4. Curriculum, Program, and Faculty Development: Managing People, Process, and Product
  5. Program Management: Managing Deadlines, Details, Activities, and People
  6. Education for Development: The Voices of Practitioners in the Judiciary
  7. Professional Education and Development of NASJE Members
  8. Ability-Based Learning and Judicial Education: An Approach to Ongoing Professional Development
  9. Claiming Status in an Emerging Occupation: A Study of State Judicial Education in America
  10. The Courts and Judicial Branch Education: Creating Their Future in the New Millennium
  11. Conducting Impact Evaluation for Judicial Branch Education
  12. Preparing Organizations for Distance Learning Technologies
  13. Developing a Court Leadership and Management Curriculum
  14. An Evaluation of the Judicial Branch Education Programming Response to Contemporary Court Challenges




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