“If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more, you are a leader.” ― Simon Sinek
This resource page provides lesson plans, tips, organizations and other useful information on how to create student leaders and how to better lead your students and children.
10 Tips for Helping Kids Step into Leadership
Tips on how to ease students into leadership.
10 Tips for Parents Stepping into Leadership
Tips for parents to help t heir kids into a leadership role.
10 Tips for Stepping into Your Leadership
Tips on how to handle the responsibility of leadership.
10 Tips for Youth Mentors being Leaders
Tips on how to lead today’s youth.
Disney Youth Education Series
Lesson 1: What Makes a Leader? Teaches students how to identify leadership skills in other great leaders and apply it to their own lives.
This Ed Week article describes to teachers how they can aid their students in understanding their role in leadership.
This School Leadership: Resource Roundup resource page from Edutopia gives school leaders support on how to run their programs effectively.
This lesson plan helps students to understand leaders and why they do what they do.
How Am I a Leader?
An activity provided by The Leadership Program that helps students identify how they can be a leader in their every day lives.
This website provides resources for leadership in every subject as well as how to structure classes to teach leadership.
The Leadership Challenge
The Leadership Challenge shows students that they are all leaders in their own way and pushes them to embrace a leadership role in their lives.
The Leadership Resource
The Leadership Resource provides training and assistance to professionals in need of some guidance.
LEED2FEED provides lesson plans for student leadership that ends in an action plan for service.
Lessons in Leadership
A lesson in Social Studies as well as a leadership lesson, Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom highlights important leadership strategies for high schoolers.
Here are some useful leadership activities for students to get moving and employ leadership skills.
5 Inspiring Lessons in Leadership from Simon Sinek, shares the main pronciples od Simon Sinek’s, a leading TED Talk speaker and keynote speaker at the 2015 BOOST Conference, successful leadership methods.
Multicultural Youth Leadership
Here is a curriculum model for youth professionals to address culture and leadership.
Rochester Institute of Technology
Here are worksheets and activities to teach leadership within the classroom.
This website has multiple activities to use in the classroom to show students how to be good leaders and find their leadership style.
Technology Student Association
Here are a few lesson plans for activities that students can do to learn about leadership roles and dealing with unexpected situations.
Students can apply to be leaders for UNICEF and join or start different chapters in their own areas.
Youth 2 Leaders
The object of this organization is to highlight and empower youth leaders as well as encourage them to pursue their goals through leadership and service.
Youth Engaged in Leadership and Learning
YELL provides a youth leadership kit that aids students in creating change in their communities.
Youth Leadership America
Students can get involved in Youth Leadership America through applying for a local chapter and learning how to be a leader through different workshops and classes.
Youth Services America
YSA is a helpful website for students to find their voice and become changemakers in society through free toolkits and other resources.