This essay focuses on students with opportunities to accelerate. depth, and complexity. Explicitly creating goals to target this aptitude
How to Create a Leadership Talent Development Goal We have direct and indirect future leaders in our classrooms today, although we may not know who they are or which type of leader they will become.
Leaders listen to the concerns of others; set goals and initiate plans; and they influence, motivate, and organize people to adopt a plan of action. Some learners will have a natural inclination to demonstrate leadership with greater frequency, depth, and complexity. Explicitly creating goals to target this aptitude provides these students with opportunities to accelerate their talent. At the same time, talent-targeted goals encourage all learners’ aptitudes for leadership to emerge and progress. Leaders listen to the concerns of others; set goals and initiate plans; and they influence, motivate, and organize people to adopt a plan of action. four •
Aptitudes of Innovators 83 Using the Talent Goal Frame You can use the Talent Goal Frames to develop a talent-targeted teaching and learning goal for leadership (see Figure 4.12). Typically, begin in the center cell of the frame, filling in the required content standards and specific learning objective.
Next, select the talent aptitude, keeping in mind that the seven cross-domain aptitudes can be developed in any content area. If this lesson module is part of a problem-based study, such as Creating Sustainable Communities, you already have an authentic context for the goal and performance of understanding. If not, the next step is to consider authentic applications of this content.
Talent Goal Frame process is not, in practice, always this linear. Depending on your existing curriculum parameters, you might begin with any cell in the frame. Figure 4.12 Sample Talent Goal Frame: Leadership Talent Aptitude Content Standard Learning Objective Performance of Understanding 7.
Leadership Motivates others to achieve a goal; initiates ideas and listens to concerns of others; influences others to adopt and participate in a plan of action; organizes others to implement a plan. Content Standards Analyze how dialogue or incidents propel the action, reveal character, or provoke a decision. (CCSS.ELA-LITERACY. RL.8.3) Write arguments to support claims with clear reasons and relevant evidence. (CCCS.ELA-LITERACY.W.8) Objective Identify, analyze, and apply the leadership qualities of characters in the novel Watership Down.
firstly, be keen
Secondly, be creative
further, be innovative
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