Leader in Me is based on a theory of change known as the See-Do-Get cycle. When you change the way you See things, it influences what you Do and the results you Get.
If you want small changes, work on your behavior; if you want quantum-leap changes, work on your paradigms.
-Stephen R. Covey
The Leader in Me experience begins with a whole new paradigm for education.Educators rediscover their passion through Leader in Me as it redirects their focus back to a deeper understanding of student achievement.
Not This: Leadership is for the few
Not This: A few people are gifted
Not This: To improve schools, the system needs to change first
Not This: Educators control and direct student learning
Not This: Focus solely on academic achievement
Instead of focusing on academic measures alone, Leader in Me embodies a holistic approach to education, redefining how schools measure success. This approach empowers educators with effective practices and tools to:
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|✓ Student Behavior||✓ Staff or Student
|✓ Reading Proficiency|
|✓ Staff Social/Emotional
and Teaching Readiness
|✓ Supportive School Environment||✓ Math Proficiency|
|✓ Student Leadership||✓ Student Engagement||✓ Teaching Efficacy|
|✓ Family Engagement||✓ Staff Satisfaction||✓ Student-Led Learning|
These schools are united in a common vision and purpose to empower students to be leaders, equipped with the life-skills required to succeed in a global economy. They are breaking down barriers for student success, uniting cultures, and transforming their communities.
Establish a whole-child mindset with a belief that every child has genius and every student has the potential to become a leader.
Create an environment of social-emotional learning that helps every student build confidence and discover their true potential.
Create a culture led by students who are encouraged to find their voice and develop critical skills for college, career, and life.