Dee Grayson and I (Pam Miller) hope you will have or did have (depending
on when you pick up this e-mail!) a great holiday. We have been very
busy, like everyone else and have been slow getting this information
out. We realize that this is short notice but we hope to put together
two three day GESA Facilitator trainings in Feburary of 2000.
For those of you who are not familiar with GESA, I will briefly explain
the program. GESA examines the five areas of disparity in the classroom
and then encourages teachers to utilize research based, proactive
instructional strategies and resources to eliminate the disparities and
support high expectations. The necessity of high expectations for all
students has been identified repeatedly as an essential factor for
educational success at all levels.
These Areas of Disparity have proven to be generic and are applicable to
concerns related to gender, race, national origin, developmental or
physical disability socio-economic class, perceived ability, or any of
the labels which tend to deal people out or permit them to deal
themselves in or out of the educational system.
This three day training will equip the participants to facilitate the
GESA teacher workshops with classroom teachers back at their school
sites. They will facilitate classroom teachers learning about the
effects of gender, race ethnic and other differences in their perceived
expectations of students. GESA emphasizes the research on teacher
perceptions and expectations in the classroom, suggests alliterative
behaviors and provides techniques for application and practice.
For more information contact us at email@example.com or visit our web
site at www.graymill.com
GESA Facilitator Trainings: (Please pass this information on to
You and your colleagues are invited to attend trainings which are being
sponsored by GrayMill this winter. One will be held in the San Diego,
CA, area and the other in the Sacramento, CA, area. These trainings
provide an excellent opportunity for anyone who wishes to become a
certified GESA Facilitator or who wants to become more familiar with the
program and updated research, strategies and training techniques. GESA
makes the connections between home environment, school, achievement and
The fee for the trainings is $250.00 per participant. Trainings will
include the GESA Facilitator Handbook, additional training materials,
certification certificate and refreshments. The fee does not include
lodging, transportation or meals. (You can expect to pay between $100 to
$150 a night at either location.)
To express interest or to let us know you will be sending in your
registration, call the office at 1-800-218-GESA (4372) by January 15th.
If this is too soon, but you would like to attend a training at another
time please let us know.
Send your check or a Purchase Order with the following information
payable to GrayMill. (Deadline for receiving paid registration for the
San Diego training is January 24th and for the Sacramento training is
January 31st.) Detailed information will be sent to all registered
participants. If you have any questions call (800) 218-GESA.
Phone: (w) (h)
Training Dates and Locations: (Indicate which date you will attend)
February 2-4, 2000 San Diego, CA
February 9-11, 2000 Sacramento, CA
Method of payment for registration fee:
____Purchase Order enclosed
____Check or money order enclosed made payable to:
22821 Cove View St.
Canyon Lake, CA 9258
Dee Grayson at
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