FEA students, Sonta with student at lunch

Activity Guidebook

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A collection of best practices for FEA Clubs

FEA collected club best practices and advice from experienced Advisors in a handy guidebook for FEA Advisors. The booklet includes an activity timeline, club development and topics for club activities and events.


  • Traditional knowledge


  • Connect with other FEA clubs

Career Learning

  • Hands on experience of the
    education profession


  • Developing lesson plans

Service Learning

  • Building character and


  • Sharing with Elders and peers
Club Tips from our Advisors!
club tips

The following are a few tips and words of wisdom from our club Advisors!

  • Meeting times were tough when we were competing for many after school activities. I learned meetings need to be well advertised and need to have fun activities that students can relate to.
» Patty Dick, Blatchley Middle School in Sitka
  • All club members participated in designing the lessons using the standards (Alaska Cultural Standards). They shared the responsibilities and wrote reflections on their experience. From this experience I definitely learned to give the kids more freedom. I just sat back and let them lead it.
» Michael Stacks, St. Paul School in St. Paul
  • Students loved acting as teacher assistants at the elementary school, as their job shadowing experience with elementary teachers for a day.
» Kathy Horner, Nome-Beltz Jr. School in Nome