Re: 1997 Revised GESA Handbook

Natalie Adams (natadams@GSVMS2.CC.GASOU.EDU)
Tue, 3 Jun 1997 09:40:42 -0400

What did the old name of GESA stand for?
At 05:10 PM 6/1/97 -0700, you wrote:
>We are proud to announce the availability of the third edition of the
>GESA Teacher Handbook.
>Over the years, many people have been involved in the expansion and
>dissemination of GESA. We have collected data and input from
>practitioners and researchers, making note of suggestions from thousands
>of teachers & decision makers for this revision of the GESA handbook.
>All the extras that come with the training when it is presented by Dee
>have been put into print. Her philosophy including the peice on
>"perceptions, expectations, behaviors and achievement, new overhead
>masters, updated research and resources, updated bibliography and
>activities are included.Cost: $38. Discounted to $35 if ordered prior to
>July 1. (order must be accompanied by check or PO)
>WE EVEN GAVE GESA A NEW NAME! Generating Expectations for Student
>Achievement: an equitable approach to educational excellence.
>GrayMill is offering to do GESA update sessions designed expecially for
>certified GESA Facilitators &/or previously trained GESA teachers. A 5
>hour session for $50 per participant, plus cost of new manual.
>(Presentor's expenses to be paid by coordinating agency. Fee waived for
>up to two session coordinators.)
>To order book or host a training contact:
>GrayMill (make checks payable to GrayMill)
>22821 Cove View St.
>Canyon Lake, CA 92587
>(909) 246-2106; Fax (909) 246-2107
>If you are a GESA Teacher/Trainer we want to take this opportunity to
>thank you for your contributions to and support of GESA. Because of
>people like you, we continue to stretch and grow. We hope all is well
>with you and we look forward to hearing from you soon.
>Dee Grayson & Pam Miller

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