Help students manage their emotions, set goals, build relationships, make good choices, and effectively communicate with others.
Prepare students for a successful future as they face challenges as a student or employee after graduation.
Address the lasting effects of persistent, unwanted, aggressive, and hurtful behavior between and toward students.
Improve equality among students in communities who face poverty-related disadvantages.
Overcome the chronic effects of abusive or traumatic life experiences.
Create an environment of student-led learning where teachers share classroom control and empower student collaboration.
Unconscious, or implicit, bias refers to attitudes or social stereotypes that affect our understanding, actions, and decisions—without our conscious awareness.
Strengthen relationships between individuals and social connections within communities.
Building the level of confidence teachers have in their ability to guide students to success.
Encourage good behavior with Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS).
Maintain equality and diversity at school by addressing race, gender, and income biases.
Value the unique differences and contributions of every student as a powerful advantage for school culture.
Engage parents with shared goals between home and school to develop life-ready leaders.
Create a sense of purpose and a feeling of belonging by uniting students and staff through an improved school culture.
Inspire greater passion and purpose in all staff members with exciting new education paradigms and goals.
Establish data processes that track schoolwide performance gaps.
Support school as they implementat state-level ESSA plans.
Utilize SEL skills in the implementation of Common Core to prepare students’ for success in college, career, and life.
Provide training opportunities for both administrators and staff to learn effective skills.
See each child from perspectives outside academics to help nurture their growing minds and bodies.
Balance the demands of academics, relationships, and life as students face mental health challenges.
Establish a violence-free environment through unity, purpose, and positive influence among staff and students.
One of the major differences between Leader in Me and other schoolwide positive behavioral interventions and support programs is that students are not given tangible tokens or rewards for the expected behavior. …Schools that utilize Leader in Me teach expectations and then aim to have students display the behavior not for rewards, but because it is expected.
Dr. B. Bryant (2016) Capella University
With timeless principles of effectiveness and enduring paradigms, Leader in Me is helping educators discovering lasting solutions to common challenges schools are facing throughout the world. These complicated issues cannot be solved with stroke-of-the-pen mandates. Instead, Leader in Me approaches every goal or initiative with a proven whole-school improvement model that transforms paradigms, improves behavior, and achieves measurable results. By integrating 4DX, educators can use its results-driving formula to address a variety of challenges.