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At Leadership Logistics, we believe that leadership can be taught. Leadership is a combination of personality traits, skills, and experience. Two of these things can be directly influenced by a leadership teacher, student activities director, or mentor. You can’t make a leader out of a person who doesn’t want to lead, but you can teach skills and place students in situations where they can practice those skills, thereby gaining experience they can apply to new leadership situations.
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The tendency of one thing leading to another is one reason why educators should strive to get students involved in activities…
From overall organization of spirit week to ideas for spirit days, parades, dances, and coronation, this is the spot for Homecoming ideas.
Rejuvenate your professional life by connecting with other like-minded educators
Instead of resolving, January is a good time for advisers to do things like reenergizing, regrouping, recommiting, and more.
Find ideas, lessons, and resources for teaching leadership in high schools and middle schools
Expand your professional development library with four student activities titles that are chock full of ideas for projects and guidance for advisers and their student leaders on how to plan and carry out their events. The titles include:
• Adviser Essentials: Project Planning
• Adviser Essentials: Goal Setting
• The Bucks Start Here: Fundraising for Student Activities
• Adviser's Guide to Student Activities
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