Leading change is an important life skill, and it’s also
vital for any professional career. Teach your students what it means to lead
change and how they can do it! Start the Revolution explains how anyone
can lead change by taking action. The qualities of effective leaders, the
importance of communication, and tips for handling resistance are provided.
Videos of teen leaders and young entrepreneurs in action offer inspiration.
Activities include opportunities to identify effective leadership skills and to
examine situations that require change leadership.
LAPs are comprehensive instructional packages that include all elements of a performance-oriented lesson plan. This LAP includes a student handout (with CopyIT! permission) that includes information about leading change, a (So What?) discussion of why it's important to learn, and a short (Gray Zone) case addressing ethical issues. The instructor section features a comprehensive discussion guide, complete practice- (short answer) and post-tests (multiple-choice) with descriptive keys, student activities, and more.
Available as either a black-and-white hard copy or as a digital download. As an added bonus for purchasing the download, instructors will receive a second version of the student guide—in color and designed specifically for use on electronic devices. This additional student guide contains all of the same key components as included in the black-and-white hard-copy LAP but is easier for instructors to share with students via email, shared drive, or learning management system and easier for students to view and read electronically. Click here for a sample of the bonus student section.
Bring your discussions to life with our PowerPoint presentation software that includes a broad range of graphics and special effects to help keep students interested. This professionally produced presentation consists of 11 slides.
"I like the tone of the student narrative. It has many points of view, and the video links are great - they invite another level to the discussion. The images are relatable."
- Terry Ertman, Basic Academy (NV)