By creating a PR campaign for a historical or literary figure, students can practice a wide range of thinking skills.
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This module represents recommendations for various public relations activities to promote the choral department. These are appropriate for school, college, community and church choral departments. They include websites, email directories, newspaper, television and radio releases, poster announcements and others.
The goal for this lesson is to increase student comprehension and problem-solving skills by emphasizing real-world problems and encouraging students to be proactive in solving those problems. Description of classroom, grade level, and students: This assignment is for a 10th grade English II classroom, ranging from AP to standard student populations.Prior Knowledge of Subject: Students possess a prior knowledge about tornado activity, severe thunderstorms, and earthquakes due to living in Oklahoma.Length of Lesson: Students will be allotted 10 class periods of 45 minutes in class. They are also allowed to work on this assignment outside of class, if needed.
The goal of this module is for you to become aware of the importance of public relations in elementary and Secondary educational settings. Public Relations (PR) is, all too often, seen as something one gets involved in when something goes wrong. The fol
***LOGIN REQUIRED*** This course is designed prepare students for entry-level positions in marketing, advertising and/or public relations. The course will focus on the basic concepts of economics and the fundamentals of marketing. Students will learn to make realistic management decisions as they apply what they have learned in the classroom to realistic business simulations and other activities.Integrated throughout the course are career preparation standards, which include basic academic skills, communication, interpersonal skills, problem solving, and workplace safety, technology and employment literacy connection to core academic standards.
Principles of Marketing by Tanner, Raymond and Schuster teaches the experience and process of actually doing marketing - not just the vocabulary. It carries five dominant themes throughout in order to expose students to marketing in today's environment: Service dominant logic, sustainability, ethics and social responsibility, global coverage, and metrics.
This course will help prepare you to conduct public relations suitable for small start-up businesses, international companies, political campaigns, social programs, personal development, and other outreach projects.
RoadtripNation.org brings resources, insights, and inspiration from the road to middle school, high school and college students across the country. RoadtripNation.org develops curriculum and resources for students to gain access and exposure to life pathways that they may have otherwise not known existed. In this student video, Hillary from Empower Youth interviews Larry Tuff, public relations
The author describes his initial introduction to school board service. The historical context in which the author became a school board member is described as a means of highlighting the challenges that he faced as a new board member as well as the challenges that public education faced in the early and mid 1980s in a southern state.
Stories and anecdotes are presented that illustrate the importance of an excellent board-superintendent relationship. The duties and responsibilities of a school board are discussed with an emphasis on the line of demarcation between the duties of a board and those of a superintendent. Suggestions are also offered regarding strategies for effectively presiding at a board meeting, including handling executive sessions. Board member ethics are also discussed with examples.
In order to be a good manager of people, the ability to pass ideas across and to build long-lasting relationships where there is mutual respect is sacrosanct. Being able to lead effectively enables one to be able to garner support for initiatives, this in the long run guarantees success. Self-Management in Leadership (Handbook) will help you sharpen your ability to communicate effectively, gain support and cooperation from others and boost your reputation. You will get practical advice on how to develop an attitude of leadership such that you would become a force to be reckoned with among your colleagues and a favourite among senior managers. You will further learn how to present your ideas successfully in a most persuasive way. This book will teach you effectively leadership, interpersonal and public relations. It contains short and useful tips to enable you have as many key information as you can on your finger tips. Sit back and relax as you digest the essential principles for effective leadership and become more equipped for success in just a few minutes.
In this website, Wojcicki describes how participation in a journalistic learning community can motivate even the most recalcitrant student. The website includes sample copies of the newspaper, The Campanile and the magazine, Verde, which are examples of the kinds of student outcomes that can be achieved when students are excited about learning and have ownership of their learning and the product of their learning: the publications. Wojcicki's students have won several major national and international competitions over the past fifteen years. Both publications are self-supporting which means that all students in the program are responsible for learning how to sell ads and to interact with the community. This helps students develop important interpersonal skills and also acts as a public relations mechanism for the school and for the newspaper. It also brings the community closer to the school and makes people feel as though they are active participants in the education process.
Youth Participatory Action Research (YPAR) Hub is a strategy-rich website that has the goal of empowering youth and their community to create meaningful and lasting change. The website has many freely available resources, including lesson plans, hand outs, examples of projects carried out, etc.
Attribution Note: While the site has a © 2015 UC Regents, they also specify that "YPAR Hub resources may be reprinted or adapted for nonprofit purposes by K-12 schools, colleges, or universities, provided the source is accurately quoted and duly credited."
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Thank for choosing the organization Compton YouthBuild. Through the next couple of weeks you will learn more about what it means to be part of an organization with its core values of love, respect and unity. We believe that every young person ages 16-24 has the opportnity to grow to fulfill their goals and dreams. In the next few weeks you will learn:The history of the YouthBuild ProgramThe YouthBuild Program Module.Why are YouthBuild Programs importantWhat are the benefits of working for a non-profitThe structure of your company and what that means for your program.An understanding of poverty alleviation, social justice, priviledge, youth development.