2017

  • 3 Fun Campus Event Ideas


    Campus events can be purely for fun, or they can foster engagement between students and employees within the college community and beyond. There are many college campus event ideas that can enhance school spirit and make an impact on students or those around them. Meet A Professional Most college students have goals of finding their dream career. There is no better way to help students take a peek into the lives of professionals than to interact with them.
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  • Host A Halloween-Themed Party On Your Farmland


    If Halloween is your favorite holiday and you and your spouse have discussed hosting a Halloween-themed party on your farmland this fall, put actions into gear to make this wish a reality by adding the suggestions below when preparing the social event: Create Spooky Foods And Mystical Beverages  Visualize some scary symbolic items that remind you of Halloween and attempt to recreate the items as forms of food. For instance, if a witch's finger comes to mind, bake sugar cookies that are finger-shaped and that have green icing spread across them.
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  • How To Plan The Best Bourbon Street Balcony Party In Your Own Home


    Have you ever been to New Orleans, Louisiana? If so, you were probably enchanted by the beautiful shops and the historic places of interest you visited. And, if you have ever been to Mardi Gras, you probably felt like you were having an out-of-body experience! Just walking down Bourbon Street in New Orleans is an education in extremes, especially during Mardi Gras. If you are planning to host a party that will be reminiscent of New Orleans, from the invitations to the decor and entertainment, here are some ideas on how to plan a great Bourbon Street party right in your own home.
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  • Bringing A Classroom Together: Team Building Ideas For Teachers


    Building your classroom community is an essential part of student success in your class. Many teachers like to spend a few days at the beginning of the year helping the students get to know one another, establishing expectations, and building up trust between the teacher and the student.  Breaking the ice in the classroom can sometimes be a challenge. You'll want to plan some engaging activities where your students can get to know one another while working together to solve a problem.
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