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Poetry Contest 2019
Our World Languages Department works together to bring students closer, while promoting culture and passion for poetry. Students memorize and recite poems in Chinese, French, Italian and/or Spanish. We have judges for all languages who take into account body language, memorization and intonation to select our final winners.Uploaded Apr 17, 2019
Business Management Simulation
Let your students take over the role of general manager at a bicycle and jeans factory with Virtual Business - Management Online. Students begin by managing a small facility and control limited factors. As they grow in business knowledge, they can lease as much space as they want and grow into manufacturing giants. In advanced projects, students can lay out factory floors and office environments to maximize output and minimize cost. In the process, students deal with absent employees, fast workers and slow workers, strikes, accidents and more. In multiplayer mode, opportunities to bid on orders appear in real-time to all students in the class.Uploaded May 07, 2018 to Business
Business Retailing Simulation
With Virtual Business - Retailing Online, students start with a familiar grocery/convenience store. As they advance, they manage sporting goods and electronics retailers. Promotion options include traditional media and new options such as email campaigns. Students can fully design the retail layout of their stores. Grocery stores highlight perishables; sports stores highlight seasonality; electronics stores highlight personal selling. The "Mega-Mogul" project lets advanced students establish a retail empire of multiple stores in multiple product categories. Improved multiplayer mode lets students compete in class or from home, at your option.Uploaded May 04, 2018 to Business
Jaco Ocasio's "Tigers Difference"
The Ezra Jack Keats book competitionUploaded Apr 19, 2018
NEW YORK, April 18, 2018 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ The Ezra Jack Keats Foundation, in partnership with the New York City Department of Education, announced today the winners of the 32nd annual Ezra Jack Keats Bookmaking Competition for grades 3-12. The winning books and honorable mentions are on exhibit at Brooklyn Public Library's Central Library (at Grand Army Plaza), in the Youth Wing, May 1-20.
At the awards ceremony, to be held on May 18 at Brooklyn Public Library, the city and borough winners and honorable mention recipients will be given medals. In addition, the city winners will receive $500, and the borough winners, $100.