What Makes You A Leader? Social Emotional Learning Curriculum
The What Makes You A Leader? Social Emotional Learning Curriculum is a fun, thought-provoking, interactive 20-lesson program for kids in grades 4-5 that helps them develop skills necessary for positive social emotional development. Based on the guided journal, What Makes You A Leader?, the premise of the class is that through classroom discussion, reflection, and journaling, every child can develop the confidence to make good decisions and to not simply blindly follow others. It is based on the premise that first and foremost kids must learn to lead themselves.
Designed to be facilitated by teachers, What Makes You A Leader? Social Emotional Learning Curriculum includes easy to follow lesson plans classroom discussion, role-playing exercises, and fun activities to help young learners figure out why they matter, how they can contribute, and what is important to them.
Because the lessons are aligned with state SEL standards, implementing the program will help meet your state and district SEL requirements.
The journaling component will help reinforce comprehension, writing, and penmanship skills taught in language arts.
Lessons that emphasize empathy, gratitude, and respect help improve social and emotional health and increase sense of community.
* Copy of What Makes You A Leader? guided journal for each student.
* Curriculum guide- 20 lessons, plus 30 pages of role playing activities and other supplemental materials for a total of 135 pages.
* Pre and post program surveys.
* Single site license.
* Support via phone, Zoom, or email.
* 60 minute training/implementation call with founder, Stacey Montgomery.
Increase leadership skills
Help boost confidence and self-esteem
Improve communication skills
Help understand heathy friendships and establishing boundaries
Create an environment where teamwork and community are valued
Improve understanding of support systems
Because each student in the class receives their own copy of the What Makes You A Leader? guided journal, pricing is based on the # of students.**
10-25 students - $20 per student
26-50 students - $15 per student
50-100 students - $13 per student
101-500 students - $12 per student
500+ students - $11 per student
**Programs can be combined to take advantage of per student discount.