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Business Bytes: Beyond ‘Great job!’ Give Praise that Gets Results

Everyone likes a pat on the back and a hearty “well done.” But making praise a truly effective motivational tool requires a little planning. Here are some pointers:
How to Engage Students: Engaging Ways to Review with Students
When you follow the CPR method (see part 1 of this article), you’ll find that you’re reviewing a lot in the classroom. That can get old for students quickly if you’re just saying, “Now, let’s review.” Don’t do that. Instead, try these engaging review techniques.
Business Bytes: Build Your Vision on a Firm Foundation
A vision statement can guide your team or organization, but it needs to stimulate real action. Don’t waste your time on vague, feel-good catchphrases.
How to Engage Students, Part 1: Flipping and CPR in the Classroom for High Student Engagement
Paying attention to the student experience and constantly improving on it is just as important to teachers as the customer experience is to corporations. We must learn to engage students and teach them the way they prefer to learn. This article presents two creative teaching methods for high student engagement: Flipped Classroom and the CPR Method.