This review of leadership literature and materials was completed by the Spring 2017 Honors Leadership Development course at Central Lakes College in Brainerd, MN. The text contains a review of materials relevant to those studying the topic of leadership. It contains materials on traits and skills of leaders, ethical characteristics of leaders, leadership and emotional intelligence, effective communication, motivating groups, building cohesive groups, creating and utilizing effective goals, effective decision making, initiating change, empowering others, and historical approaches to leadership.
Here are some ways to help your children, students, clients, and people with learning disabilities set their own goals and reach them. Children should also be encouraged to set goals for learning, personal growth, and their future. When children learn to set goals and reach them, they can visualize their future, make good choices, and make their dreams come true. The Frostig Center did twenty years of research on what makes people with learning disabilities successful as adults: goal setting was one of six success attributes.
Objective: The student will list 2 short term goals and two long term goals using the SMARTER method.Teacher Lecture:Key Terms:Short term goals: A short-term goal is something you want to do in the near future. The near future can mean today, this week, this month, or even this year.Long term Goals: Goals that take a long time to achieve are called long-term goals.SMARTER goal setting method: Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Relevant and Timely, Evaluation and Readjustmant.Video: Accomplish Your Dreams in 2017Video provided by Heather. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVzgz47HsbyUA1S9pp79VUg/aboutCreative Commons — Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported— CC BY-SA 3.0 Students will watch the 8 minute video to reinforce the instructors lecture.
Each semester I teach a course titled “Personal Health and Wellness.” Twenty to thirty students consistently register for the course and they are required to study content within several health and wellness topics such as psychological health, physical fitness, nutrition, drug abuse, tobacco use, heart disease, infectious disease, and sexual health. The course objectives are consistent with the Montana Health Education Standards, including objective 6: to demonstrate the ability to use goal-setting skills to enhance their health.
In an effort to address objective 6 of the Montana Health Education standards and teach in a culturally responsive way, I recently integrated a series of goal –setting activities into my Personal Health and Wellness course. The goal of this novel integration was to teach students how to effectively use goal-setting to improve an aspect of their life. Consistent with goal theory, I expected that if they experienced success with a thoughtful and appropriate goal, students would have improved levels of hope and self-efficacy.
A general checklist that prompts students to reflect on their learning after completing work on a project.
A rubric in student language used by elementary students to self-assess reflective journals. It can be modified to be used by peers or teachers to provide feedback.
In the face of artificial intelligence and machine learning, we need a new radical humanism, says Tim Leberecht. For the self-described "business romantic," this means designing organizations and workplaces that celebrate authenticity instead of efficiency and questions instead of answers. Leberecht proposes four (admittedly subjective) principles for building beautiful organizations.
This resource provides access to videos produced and/or used by the Northern California Training Academy to support training for child welfare practitioners. To learn more about the Academy, please visit humanservices.ucdavis.edu/academy.
"Wildly Important Goals" is a phrase taken from the Leader In Me program created by the Stephen Covey Foundation. Working through the 7 habits of highly effective people students are encouraged to set both an academic and personal goal. Student's track their lead measures on their calendar and meet with their accountability partner once a week.
Great speaking and listening lesson about a girl who overcomes barriers and succeeds against the odds through pure determination.