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Building Everyday Leadership in All Teens
Promoting Attitudes and Actions for Respect and Success
(Curriculum Guide for Teachers and Youthworkers)

Mariam G. MacGregor, M.S. 
Building Everyday Leadership in All Teens

Youth Leadership Resources

Every teen can be a leader. That's because youth leadership is not just about taking the lead in big ways, but in everyday small things, too. The 21 sessions in this book guide teens to explore what it means to be a leader, how to work with others, ethical decision-making, risk-taking, team-building, communication, creative thinking, and more. Teens learn what's necessary to do something, even if that something is just speaking up.

Choose the sessions that seem best for your class or group, or explore leadership skills through an entire school year. Includes reproducibles, assessment tools, and exams.

Requires use of the student book, Everyday Leadership.


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240 pages, softcover, lay-flat binding, 8½" x 11", Teachers and Youthworkers, Grades 6-12, ISBN 978-1-57542-213-8


Distinguished Achievement Award

Curriculum Package/Specialized Audience Instruction category—The Association of Educational Publishers (AEP)
In the Real World

Mark Kosinski, a guidance counselor and teacher in Chillicothe, Illinois, uses Building Everyday Leadership and Everyday Leadership student books for a high-school leadership class. He told us his students especially respond to the “Prejudice Gallery” activity, in which students examine positive and negative stereotypes about different groups of people. The stereotypes are written on big paper and posted on the wall for students to walk up to and think about. Kosinski says, “After viewing the wall of stereotypes, we had an amazing discussion. There was one student who was particularly quiet. I finally called on him to get his feedback on the activity. He said, ‘The first time I walked through, I smiled because I have said so many of those things to people. When you told us to put ourselves in their shoes the second time walking through, I thought, I am the one making people feel as bad as they do.’ He paused for a bit and said, ‘This experience has changed my life.’” Kosinski’s students also do service projects, and they went to Janesville, Wisconsin, to look at the world’s largest Peace Pole. “Our class is working on a project to have Peace Poles planted in front of every school in our district,” he said.

Item No: 22138W

Price: $29.99


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