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Leadership in Music

May 24, 2017 |

This is a guest post written by Sheila Baer, Beaufort Music teacher at Union R-XI Schools.  Music is one of those subjects that hits many different content areas. When I attended my first Leader in Me Symposium, my wheels were spinning with excitement. With eagerness, I looked at what my students were already demonstrating in read more

Leadership in Music

This is a guest post written by Sheila Baer, Beaufort Music teacher at Union R-XI Schools.  Music is one of those subjects that hits many different content areas. When I attended my first Leader in Me Symposium, my wheels were spinning with excitement. With eagerness, I looked at what my students were already demonstrating in read more

Inspiring Great Cultures at School and at Home

I am a parent of students who attend a Leader in Me School and I am sharing my personal experience of how the Leader in Me has impacted my life. The principal at my children’s elementary school, Riverside Elementary, invited me into his office just over three years ago. He handed me a book and said, read more

International Student Speech Contest Finalists

With nearly 300 speeches submitted by students throughout the world, including the U.S., Canada, Panama, Brazil, Malaysia, Indonesia, Vietnam, and Guatemala, it was very difficult to choose just eight students (one from each age group and category) in the Leader in Me International Student Speech contest as the Grand Prize winners. The finalists for the read more

2017 Leader in Me International Student Speech Contest Results

Students attending Leader in Me Schools (K–12) were encouraged to enter the 2017 Leader in Me International Student Speech Contest by submitting a video featuring a traditional speech or creative message on an engaging leadership topic that was important to them. One or more students could be featured in the video, and students could receive read more

Make the Most of Student Leadership Guides’ Video Tutorial

Student Leadership Guides are essential leadership lessons that help students learn and apply the 7 Habits and other 21st-century skills. In this video tutorial with Judy Yauch, you will be introduced to the new and improved guides that offer a fantastic opportunity to join students in learning, teaching, and applying the leadership principles found in read more

    Make the Most of Student Leadership Guides’ Video Tutorial

    Student Leadership Guides are essential leadership lessons that help students learn and apply the 7 Habits and other 21st-century skills. In this video tutorial with Judy Yauch, you will be introduced to the new and improved guides that offer a fantastic opportunity to join students in learning, teaching, and applying the leadership principles found in read more

    “Every Child Is a Leader” School Culture

    Instead of seeing children through the lens of a normal distribution curve—some kids are naturally smart and others are not—The Leader in Me paradigm sees that every child is capable, every child is a leader. This paradigm changes everything. Over 3,000 Leader in Me Schools in 50 countries are embracing this paradigm and experiencing an read more

    Learn. Love. Lead.

    This is a guest post written by Jennifer Duston, the principal at ATLAS Elementary, a Leader in Me Lighthouse School, for seven years.  Learn. Love. Lead. Three simple words that mean so much. Students at ATLAS Elementary in Ventura, California, live by these three words and have BIG goals to achieve them! As a Leader read more

    Classroom-Management Tool: The Four-Part Direction

    This is a guest post written by Dr. Jerry Evanski, Principal of Erie Elementary School, Chippewa Valley School District, Clinton Township, MI, and Author. Many classroom-management systems or techniques rely on correcting student behavior. While this may seem obvious, there is another paradigm through which to view successful classroom management that is much more effective read more

    2017 International Student Speech Contest

    The 2017 Leader in Me International Student Speech Contest is open for students K–12 attending a Leader in Me School. All students are encouraged to enter  the speech contest by submitting a two-minute video before March 31, 2017. Students (with help from their parents or school) can create a video of a traditional or a read more