Just like how every leader operates differently, students also have different learning styles. We have to find methods and include leadership activities that cater to all students. Furthermore, leadership extends outside the classroom and there are multiple opportunities for students to practise leadership.
Here are some resources which cater to all students and help them practise leadership outside the classroom:
Here’s a summary of what we saw in the video:
- Networking in school is a great way to build leadership skills. Students can reach out and work with organizations using their Alumni network.
- We all have highly energetic students in the classroom. It is important to give them leadership roles in the classroom and channel their energy in the right direction.
- Neither can you force someone into leadership, nor is someone a born leader. Even the greatest of leaders have built the skill over time. Patience is key!