Phil Boyte Reflection Assignment Looking for an assignment you can use to build on a keynote or guest speaker presentation. Try this one attached above. Phil Boyte spoke at our school. His presentation was excellent and I highly recommend him. His website: http://learningforliving.com/ The day after his session we spent time debriefing what stood out … Continue reading Guest Speaker follow up assignment
Fun lunchtime activity to try. We advertised "Centennial's Got Butter" all over the school and on Instagram. We did a take on America's Got Talent. The Centennial's Got Butter logo looked the same as America's Got Talent. One of our ads put the faces of our teacher judges over the actual AG Talent judges. Using … Continue reading Centennial’s Got Butter!!??
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HR9956gDpUY Tim Elmore from Growing Leaders shared this video and 3 reasons why Generation Z is succeeding where previous generations may have struggled. 1. They can see what we often cannot envision. 2. They will attempt what we often believe is illogical. 3. They can collaborate when we often only feel conflict A great … Continue reading Gen Z may see the world a little different
We ran a fun and simple activity this week that may work for you. We advertised all around the school about the upcoming Easter Egg Smash. We also filmed a video of a kid getting an egg smashed on his head and put it on Instagram. On the day of we had six volunteers with … Continue reading Easter Egg Smash
Here is a quick lesson on grattitude that worked well with my students the other day. Have each student on their own write down as many things as they can that they are grateful for. Give them 2 minutes and tell them it can be big or small things, just stuff they are grateful for. … Continue reading Grattitude Class Discussion
A huge shout out to our 3 year Student Leadership grads. They have made a huge difference in their 3 years at Centennial. At lunch today we had treats, watched the traditional powerpoint with three years of pictures, and handed out the "Oh The Places You'll Go" signed books. Thanks to Ms. McGregor (Mama McGreggs) … Continue reading Leadership Class of 2017
Leadership ran a fun activity as a de-stresser before exams this week. We brought in a children's petting zoo at lunch time. There were sheep, goats, and bunnies. I wasn't sure how it would go. We had a ton of kids come. Lots of smiles, pictures, and chatter on Instagram and Snapchat. One boy said … Continue reading Exam De-Stresser
Give the Red and Green challenge a try this holiday season. If it is too late for this year maybe file it for next year. This idea came from a Canadian Student Leadership Conference I attended but I have no idea which one. We invited all staff and students to participate. You come to our … Continue reading Red and Green Holiday Challenge
After watching Mark Scharenbroich's Building Connections video with my Gr. 10 class we decided it was time to find a way to recognize the many international students in our school. Permanent flags were a bit too ambitious for us so the students decided to make maps of the different continents and show how many Coyotes … Continue reading Coyotes From Around The World
With a new administration we have had the opportunity to reevaluate some of the Leadership traditions we have at Centennail. For years we have put up student birthdays at our main entrance to the school. We would put up the month and then list all the student names with their first name and first initial … Continue reading Birthdays Matter!!