Enriching, engaging, rigorous, meaningfulthese are the learning opportunities that are interwoven in Celebrate Leadership: Lessons for Middle School Students. Meyer and Glock use the ideas of Howard Gardner as a guide in designing curriculum and assessments that will engage learners. Constructing learning experiences that are based on the multiple intelligences and the standards provides all students with the opportunity to be successful. When it comes to assessment of that learning, educators can use the same concept in designing authentic situations, which the authors call celebrations of learning. Celebrate Leadership has step-by-step procedures, planning sheets for teachers, and all the materials that students need. The teaching and learning culminate in a "Night of the Notables" celebration, with an audience that includes peers, parents, and community members. Meyer and Glock present a program that is easy for the instructor to implement and worthwhile, rewarding, and fun for students.
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About the Author
Maggie Meyer has spent more than 35 years in education and is currently working as an enrichment specialist. She has extensive experience with multiple intelligences, community problem solving, watershed education, and developing gifted curriculum. Jenna Glock has been an educator in the public education setting for more than 15 years. She has facilitated a variety of workshops and presentations in the areas of environmental education, multiple intelligences, naturalist intelligence, and community problem solving.
Table of Contents
Part 1 Foreword by Tom Hoerr Part 2 Acknowledgments Part 3 Introduction Part 4 Leadership Overview Chapter 5 Lesson #1: Getting Started Chapter 6 Lesson #2: Goal Setting Chapter 7 Lesson #3: Notable Research Chapter 8 Lesson #4: Life Rules Chapter 9 Lesson #5: Getting Ready Chapter 10 Lesson #6: Preparing for an Audience Chapter 11 Lesson #7: Putting It All Together Chapter 12 Lesson #8: We Are All in This Together Chapter 13 Lesson #9: Practice Makes Perfect Chapter 14 Lesson #10: Reflections and Feedback Chapter 15 Appendix A: Flexible Timeline Chapter 16 Appendix B: Learning Strategies Chapter 17 Appendix C: Academic Standards Chapter 18 Appendix D: Selected Resources
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Every teacher should be fortunate enough to have Maggie Meyer and Jenna Glock as teammates and collaborators. Every principal should be lucky enough to have them on his/her faculty. Since that's not feasible, Celebrate Leadership offers the next best possibility.
In this rich book, Maggie and Jenna provide creativity and inspiration, but that's just the beginning. They take an idea that is all too rare in education—that learning should be a celebration—and they show, step-by-step, how it can happen. Multiple intelligences strategies are offered next to websites and rubrics. This book offers a wealth of ideas on goal setting, student assessment, and parent communication, all within the framework of leadership. Studying leadership in this constructivist fashion means that students will not just become knowledgeable about leaders; they will learn to understand leadership.