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The NJSBA Workshop 2016 SCHED and mobile app feature the same programming, speaker, and exhibitor information, however, schedules created on SCHED cannot be integrated to the mobile app.

To stay connected throughout Workshop 2016 and have your schedule on your smart device, please download the NJSBA Workshop mobile app available through the Apple App store or Google Play store by searching NJSBA Workshop 2016.

The Workshop app offers an opportunity to actively engage in Workshop throughout the entire event by networking with other attendees, vendors and speakers; posting pictures to the newsfeed, viewing sessions, receiving announcements, getting the most up-to-date event information, earning points and in-app badges and more!

Make sure you select “yes” to receive notifications from Workshop 2016, including minute-to-minute updates, session changes and cancellations as soon as they happen. 

REMINDER: Attendance at training sessions, unless pre-registration is required, is first-come basis. Creating an agenda via SCHED or the mobile app does not guarantee a place in the session. 

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Tom Misiak

Bernards Township Public Schools
District Science Supervisor
268 S. Finely Ave, Basking Ridge, NJ 07920
Thomas Misiak is the district Science Supervisor for Bernards Township Public Schools. Prior to arriving in Bernards Township, Tom spent 3+ years as the 6-12 Supervisor of Mathematics, Science, World Languages, Business & Technology in the Clark Public School District. As a precursor to his administrative career, Tom was a high school science teacher at Hillsborough High School in Hillsborough, NJ, where he taught Chemistry, Physics, Geophysical Science and Environmental Science. Dating back to his time as a classroom teacher, Tom has been involved with presenting and participating in foundational work on the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS). His experience includes presentations at Rider and Princeton Universities on "Big Ideas Modules" using the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) Atlases and multiple presentations on the NGSS at the New Jersey Science Convention. Tom earned his BA in Chemistry and Secondary Education and his MA in Curriculum, Instruction, and Supervision; both from Rider University. His thesis involved data mining student performance data in math and science across grades 7, 8, and 9 to identify issues with curriculum scope and sequence as well as student placement. Resultantly, Tom has used his expertise with data mining and analysis of student performance indicators to revise and align curricula horizontally and vertically. Tom lives with his wife, Teresa, sons, Aiden and Aaron, and daughter, Abigail.