Topic: Customer Behavior

Tips For Teachers And Students About Sleepinghabit

Posted by efaithimpisao on 125 Points
Base on the survey result,most of the students feel sleepy the most during classes. That's why we want the students to have tips and be knowledgeable about proper living and time management to avoid being sleepy during class. And as for the teachers, we want them to have some knowledge and how will they respond to a sleeping student.How will they encourage the student to listen and learn during class. There will be a simulation on how the teachers should teach in a way that the student will not be sleepy and avoid sleeping. So, what should be the appropriate and catchy seminar title to encourage the students and teachers to attend the seminar?
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  • Posted by Jay Hamilton-Roth on Accepted
    Classroom Sleep Aids
    Wake Up!
  • Posted by Mike Steffes on Accepted
    Beyond Coffee
    Animated Teaching/Focused Students
  • Posted by mgoodman on Accepted
    You need to flip your perspective so that you show the students/teachers what the benefit (of your seminar) will be for them. Why should a student want to stay awake in class? Why should the teacher care if a student sleeps? What is the benefit for them of students staying awake?

    The way you've stated the question it sounds like there's a problem nobody cares about (but you).

    A catchy seminar title isn't likely to change that. How about identifying, promising to deliver, and then delivering, an important benefit (as perceived by your target audience)?
  • Posted by efaithimpisao on Author
    The seminar is just part of our project in school. We are just going to present the seminar title but the seminar will not really happen.
  • Posted by Shelley Ryan on Moderator
    Hi Everyone,

    I am closing this question since there hasn't been much recent activity.

    Thanks for participating!


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