Best practices clubs: Students learn the basics of schools and school improvement and devise classroom evaluations reflecting their concerns, ideas, thoughts and considerations. Then, they voluntarily attend classes during their study halls or lunch breaks. While there, the best practice club members evaluate the class and take notes. Afterwards, they offer teachers feedback on their curriculum, delivery, classroom management skills, the classroom climate, and other issues, such as diversity and equality.
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