Creating a stimulating & effective mind map: 1. Start with the central topic 2. Use an image as your central idea to help with imagination 3. Use color to stimulate the brain and creativity 4. Connect “Branches” to the central image to establish structure & relationships. 5. Use curves – this looks more interesting visually 6. Use one main topic or keyword per line 7. Use LOTS of images...”a picture paints a thousand words"
Something to keep in mind as I go through leadership training this year. July 2013 update: I completed the class portion of training in May. I am implementing my timeline for projects and activities starting August 2013
Lots of education resumes and cover letters for elementary teachers, high school teachers, principals, administrators media librarians, art teachers, physical education teachers, music teachers, special education teachers, college instructors. Examples of resume and cover letter formats, designs, icons and styles. A+ Resumes for Teachers http://resumes-for-teachers.com/teacher-resume-examples.htm
Student Leadership Bulletin Board Idea (picture only). The three photos at the top are of young people around the same age as students in middle school as examples of leadership such as 14 year old pilot, 11 year old entreprenuer, etc. The black spaces are for students who show leadership with spaces below to write examples. The larger are for Student of the Month for each class. Printed on silver gift wrap paper (set printer to glossy setting)
Well, I guess we can't all be perfect. Just remember that the ultimate nice guy (pictured above) died face down in a pool. It's not enough to be likable. Goodness is not the sum of checked moral boxes.