Workshop 2023 is less than one week away!
If you are new to Workshop or are excited to come back to the Atlantic City Convention Center, here are some things you can do to make the most of your Workshop experience.
- Celebrate New Jersey’s talented students. Workshop 2023 will feature singing, dancing, acting and more from brilliant students from schools throughout New Jersey. Review the line-up. Stop by the Student Film Showcase for screenings of “the Best of the Fest” student films, featured at the 2023 Garden State Film Festival. View the schedule. Visit the Student Art Gallery, which includes artwork recognized for excellence by prestigious art programs, competitions and K-12 exhibits from around the state. Workshop will also feature inventive student robotics programs on the exhibit floor.
As a testament to student achievement, Nilanjana Ghosh, the student representative on the New Jersey State Board of Education, will speak Tuesday at 10 a.m. on the Partners in Education Stage to deliver an inspiring address.
- Watch the STEAM Tank Finals. This year, the top three finalists in the elementary and middle school divisions are facing off live! The elementary school division will showcase innovative ideas Tuesday, Oct. 24, with the middle school division competing Wednesday, Oct. 25. Both finals take place at 9:30 a.m. at the STEAM Tank Stage.
- Visit all the new floor features. Workshop 2023 will feature new exhibit floor features. Some of these include NJSBA’s Super Quiz Show, an opportunity to test your knowledge on all things impacting boardsmanship; our new BOARDWalk, featuring photo opps, games and more; and the Power Skills arena, offering sessions to help you unleash your untapped leadership powers.
- Recognize the best in education at the awards ceremonies. Workshop will recognize the School Board Member of the Year, regional Superintendents of the Year, School Business Administrator of the Year, and Teacher of the Year during the NJSBA/NJASA/NJASBO awards ceremony on Tuesday at 11 a.m. and the Unsung Superheroes in Education at an awards ceremony on Wednesday at 11 a.m. Both events take place at the Partners in Education stage. View all awards ceremonies here.
- Have fun exploring the exhibit floor! Join in on a new Treasure Hunt hosted on the Workshop mobile app. Explore the conference and complete tasks to earn exclusive prizes!
- Check out the featured speakers. Monday at Workshop will feature Gian Paul Gonzalez, youth education and wellness expert and founder and director of the Hope + Future Foundation, and Dr. Joseph J. Soporowski, co-founder of Sustainable Education Associates. On Tuesday, Acting Commissioner for the New Jersey Department of Education, Dr. Angelica Allen-McMillan, will speak. On Wednesday, Olympian and World Cup Champion Carli Lloyd will deliver her highly-anticipated keynote address. Learn about the keynote speakers.
- Review the FAQs. Our knowledgeable staff pulled together an extensive list of frequently asked questions based on years of experience. Check out the FAQ information on the Workshop website. Have additional questions? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Download the Workshop 2023 app. Visit the Apple App store or Google Play store and search “NJSBA Workshop 2023.” Our app is the best way to receive minute-by-minute updates and allows you to begin building your own personal schedule. Download the app here.
- Grab your Workshop 2023 flair. Get your Workshop 2023 bags as you enter the exhibit floor, stop by the NJSBA services area for personality ribbons and swag, and visit the CDI County Café for county and accomplishment ribbons.
- Training, training, and more training. Workshop will host nearly 300 professional development sessions, including NJSBA mandated training. Review the agenda online, or download the app to create your schedule.
- View the full Workshop 2023 agenda here.
- Download the Workshop 2023 mobile app here.
- Get your exclusive Workshop 2023 merchandise here. Sale ends Oct. 31.
Register for Workshop 2023 The group rate of $2,200 covers 25 team members and may include: the school board, business administrator, superintendent, facilities managers, curriculum professionals, IT staff, principals, human resource professionals and other district staff.
For more information on Workshop, visit the Workshop website.