The Problem

I developed leadership classes to be taught to the incoming freshman at my high school. A partner and I wrote up lesson plans for a weeks worth of training. They included critical thinking, question and answer, team building, and reflection. We asked them their definition of a leader, and why they feel that having one is so important. They also described a person in their life they felt portrayed leadership qualities. During the beginning of the course we wanted to get answers from them to see how much they knew about leadership. We then proceeded to give accurate definitions of a leader, and work on their leadership skills. By the end of the course students were able to explain the role of a leader, and the characteristics that are required to be a good leader. They were also able to understand what they need to change about themselves in order to be a high-quality leader.

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