Educator & Administrator
specializing in quick-read educator guides
"I appreciated the texts attention to detail, providing helpful insight into a proven model for success. Judge not only provides essential documents for setting up a corporate sponsorship model but also how to begin networking with local businesses to support your program... Judge's simple to follow process and materials are worth the read for anyone looking to let go of the “fundraiser fatigue” as we begin a new school year."
-Barnes & Noble Customer
"A well written book for any culinary arts/ Family and Consumer Sciences teachers regardless of years of teaching. The author does a fantastic job of providing an in depth plan for successful culinary arts teaching strategies while keeping it manageable and relevant."
keynote presentations, workshops & more
Signature Keynote: Maintaining Your Professional Shelf-life
Other topics have included culinary arts; topics in family and consumer sciences, career and technical education, career and technical student organizations, career and college readiness education, cooperatively structured learning, experiential learning, work-based learning programs, fundraising and business sponsorships, 5 Essential Competencies to College Readiness, Using Positive Language to Impact Student Behaviors, Fostering Creativity with Common Core Aligned Authentic Assessments, and more!
"Please accept our sincere appreciation for contributing to making the 2016 NC Career and Technical Education Summer Conference a success! Your keynote address was very well received! It was down-to-earth, motivational, and refreshing—a great way to kick off our conference!"
-Reno Palombit, NC Department of Public Instruction
"A passionate educator, relaxed, confident, and honest is how I would describe author Ryan Judge as he shared experiences and ideas related to his journey as an educator. I would encourage our membership to support Ryan’s efforts by checking out his guide. One of Ryan’s most important points, as I heard him speak, is to trust your instincts as an educator and do what you love with your heart. Getting Students Seasoned will help new educators to get organized and understand their role as a FACS educator and more experienced educators an opportunity to revisit their practices and support new colleagues in a complex educational system."
-Christine Bunn, Past President, NYS Association of Family & Consumer Sciences Educators