The student-centered instructional strategies in this Leadership and Character Development session help schools to build the most effective environment for learners, teachers, families and the entire school community. Many learners have experienced unprecedented levels of autonomy in behavioral expectations, academic learning, and time management. School personnel must create engaging environments, steeped in purpose and belonging, with the ultimate goal of building self-efficacy in academics, social competencies, and self-regulation.
Are our current structures addressing student apathy, teacher attrition, or change management?
Learn how to use data analysis to individualize student services. Create space for stakeholder voices to be heard and for powerful self-narratives to be created and shared. Learn how leadership is indispensable in producing learners who are global citizens ready for the college, career, military, or trade challenges of the future.