Leadership Educators Information for Instructors
Are you searching for a way to encourage your students to get involved on campus?
Would you like to create a sense of community among students in your class?
Then consider contacting the Leadership Educators for assistance. The Leadership Educators are a trained group of student leaders who consult with various student groups, including freshman seminar classes, to build community and teach the importance of getting involved on campus.
Leadership Educators can help your freshman seminar class in one of three primary ways:
- Help first year students to understand the importance of campus involvement at ASU.
Research has proven that students who become involved on campus are more likely to enjoy their experience and hence continue their college career. This presentation will discuss the fundamentals of campus involvement and provide students with the resources to help them make the most of their college career. This presentation will discuss the fundamentals of campus involvement and provide students with the resources to help them make the most of their college experience.
- Many instructors are continually searching for new and creative ways to build community among students in their class.
Building a sense of community will help the students feel comfortable. An increased sense of community will heighten the discussion and interaction among the students in your class. The Leadership Team will lead your class in team development exercises to create and improve the community within your classroom.
- Help your students understand their notions of leadership.
Contact Kim Mitchell at 262-6252 to request that the Leadership Educators visit your class. A Leadership Educators member will contact you shortly after your request is submitted. Please make your request at least two weeks prior to your desired presentation date. Questions? Call 262-6252.