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Introduction
WHAT IS LEARNING LEADERSHIP?
  • Learning Leadership is a leadership course for students in secondary school.
  • The course is made up of eighty units, all on some aspect of leadership.
  • Learning Leadership is a course for both males and females.
THE INSTRUCTIONAL STYLE OF LEARNING LEADERSHIP
  • Learning Leadership is made up of units of work which provide stimulus-response material for students and their teachers.
  • Learning Leadership lends itself to customising by teachers. The addition of appropriate practical exercises and case studies would complement the material offered in Learning Leadership.
  • Significant use is made of case studies and heroic example. Story telling is a powerful way to transmit values and virtues from one generation to another.

THE COURSE OBJECTIVE

Each book:

  • affirms that every student can be a leader in some way or other

  • explores what leadership is and what it is not

  • seeks to enhance leadership skills in students

  • provides opportunities for students to discover and understand their own leadership skills

  • seeks to inspire students through the use of heroic stories

  • seeks to link theory with practice

  • explores leadership within the broader context of character development.

THE COURSE LENGTH

  • Each unit will take about 50 minutes to 100 minutes to complete. Most units lend themselves to extension work, thus the exact length of time taken to complete a unit will vary.

  • With schools already suffering an over-crowded curriculum, Learning Leadership is designed to be assimilated into a school’s existing timetable with relative ease.

  • The course lends itself to inclusion into tutor periods, physical education and health programs, civics courses, religious studies and humanities programs.

 
 
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