Implementation Quality and Outcomes of Leader in Me

Author: Leader in Me
January 1, 2012

Ross (2012) John Hopkins University

Implementation Quality and Outcomes of The Leader in Me Program: Case Studies at Two Diverse Elementary Schools

Dr. Steven Ross (2012) Johns Hopkins University

The major purpose of this two-school case study was to assess the experience of Leader in Me for teachers, students, administrators, and other key stakeholders through observations and interviews. Results indicated:

• Consistency in the application of key practices across both schools.
• Teachers’ autonomy in how they integrated Leader in Me in their classroom instruction.
• Teachers used leadership principles when responding to discipline problems and classroom management.
• Nearly all students readily learned and internalized the 7 Habits.
• Students regularly used a shared vocabulary of the 7 Habits when interacting with classmates and adults.

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