Building Everyday Leadership in All Teens: Curriculum Guide

Promoting Attitudes and Actions for Respect and Success

Includes Digital Resources!


SKU: A161-Net

Every teen can be a leader. That’s because leadership is not just about taking the lead in big ways, but in everyday small things, too. The twenty-one sessions in this youth leadership curriculum guide teens to explore ethical decision-making, team-building, what it means to be a leader, how to work with others, risk-taking, communication, creative thinking, and more. Choose the sessions that seem best for your class or group, or explore leadership skills through an entire school year. Includes reproducibles, the Everyday Leadership Skills & Attitudes Inventory (a student inventory of leadership skills and attitudes), evaluation tools, and exams. Requires use of the student book Everyday Leadership.

What’s new in the revised edition?

  • Everyday Leadership Skills & Attitudes Inventory
  • Extensions, enrichments, curriculum connections
  • Bonus leadership activities plus ideas for using movies to discuss leadership
  • Group- and self-evaluations
  • And more!
Written by Mariam G. MacGregor
Paperback ISBN 9781631980428
Grades 6-12
240 pages
Release Date October 31, 2006

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Free Spirit Publishing

Mariam G. MacGregor, M.S., is assistant vice chancellor for Employee Engagement and Success at TCU and a nationally recognized leadership consultant who works with schools (K-12 and higher education), nonprofit agencies, faith groups, and communities interested in developing meaningful, sustainable leadership efforts for kids, teens, and young adults. Mariam lived in Colorado for many years, where she served as the school counselor and coordinator of leadership programs at an alternative high school and received honorable mention for Counselor of the Year. She also worked with college student leaders at Syracuse University, Santa Clara University, Metropolitan State College of Denver, and Texas Christian University (TCU), and was the youth volunteer trainer for Night Lights (a respite care program that serves families of kids with special needs) and EPIC Mentors (a program started by one of her sons at his elementary school that pairs peer mentors with kids with learning challenges). She currently lives in Texas.

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