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Boost Your Yearbook Sales
If you’d like to increase sales of your school yearbook, this teacher has a great marketing suggestion that will spark curiosity and increase your bottom line.
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Breakfast Club
When approaching test preparation, Ms. Dekmar keeps in mind that good study habits must be learned and practiced. So she created a Breakfast Club, where students can study together and learn from each other under her guidance.
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Emotional Book Club
This year, I created a counseling book club. We read books that have a message to which the group members can relate. For example...
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Join the Club
Teaching fourth grade has its rewards and challenges. My class is very much into clubs of various kinds so we've started many new clubs that all kids can be a part of one way or another. For example, ...
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One-Minute Flash Mobs
Bernadette has been working with her dance students on spontaneous performances in different areas of the school. Read about how she’s taught her students some one-minute routines, including a Cuban Shuffle and a Thriller Dance.
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Renaissance Club
How about getting some kind of Renaissance program started? I think it's a national program, perhaps just for high school, but something similar could be done locally. At my high school, our group cal...
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Starting a Middle School Student Council
Mr. Jeffery offers sound suggestions for educators wishing to start or improve their middle school student council.
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Starting an Honor Society
The National Association of Secondary School Principals (NASSP) sponsors the National Honor Society and the National Junior Honor Society. At their Web site, you will find the information needed to st...
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Take It Apart Party
Mr. Jeffery offers sound suggestions for educators wishing to start or improve their middle school student council.
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