Gratitude Packs for Teachers & Educators is a corporate social responsibility program that focuses on showing love for teachers and educators at schools in your community. A simple "Thank You" goes a long way.
For most teachers, the greatest reward for their job is seeing students thrive and succeed. They just want to know that they’ve helped. Thus, one of the most important things we can do for our teachers is say thank you. With our Gratitude Packs for Teachers & Educators event we are able to do that.
Skills such as organization, delegation, and communication are required for this event. This program is a perfect ally for a Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) boost. Research has shown that giving has many upsides compared to receiving. Your organization doesn’t need to be a non-profit or social enterprise to give back to the community.
That's Just Good partners with schools in your community to help show that these teachers are appreciated.
Large, open space – ballroom, conference room, field or parking lot. We recommend 9 sq ft per person for this program.
We recommend events have a min of 10 participants, but we do not set a max. The amount of participants is capped by the venue's capacity.
The average event is 90 minutes, but we can time an event to range from one to three hours. Each event has an hour setup period prior to the start.
Teaching is more than just showing up to class. Teachers put in a tremendous amount of time preparing for classes, grading homework, writing exams, grading exams, attending staff meetings, going to conferences and trainings, helping students who need extra help, and the list goes on. Teaching is hard work!
It’s one thing to know a lot about a subject, but to be able to teach that information takes a special kind of person. Teachers are expected to stay up-to-date with current developments in their subject areas. They are expected to be experts in their fields. And at the same time, they attend professional development trainings and continuing education courses to improve their teaching. It’s almost like two jobs in one!
Teachers are passionate about their jobs. They care about their students and want to help them succeed. They enjoy the process of teaching a new subject and seeing those “light bulbs” go off in students’ mind when they understand a new concept. They want to help all students, from the straight-A learners to the students who struggle every day.
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