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The Leadership Learning Classroom offers a variety of programs that are tailored and customized to your individual group goals and needs.

Programs and service, which take place at your school or community, that we offer include but are not limited to:

Teacher and Kids in Library

Daily Electives

Focusing on Leadership and Teambuilding our electives work with students 1 to 2 times/week for a semester diving into all aspects of our curriculum

Learning Alphabets

After School Clubs

Active and introspective clubs that take place outside when possible, scheduled each semester as well as a la carte style. Remote clubs also available.

Young Volunteers

Larger Community/Culture Building Programs

We work with you to develop a curriculum around your school's specific goals and needs, introducing concepts and tools to students and teachers at the start of your year, and then returning periodically with scheduled check-ins. Both pre- and post-day meetings with educators are encouraged in order to maximize the successful managing of goals and expectations.

Working Together

SEL Curriculum Consulting

Original spiderweb style curriculum layouts and creative class designs highlight our ability to find the right style curriculum to fit your individual group or school.

Teacher Helping Student

Educator Professional Development

1 to 2 day programs helping educators with student-teacher relationships, managing their own challenges, and adding a bundle of SEL tools to their toolbox

Online Adventure Leadership Clubs

Online Leadership Clubs with a focus on using Outdoor Skills and experiences for SEL growth. Every club, students will work on themselves, work with each other, do soemthing for their community, and participate in an interactive Go-pro adventure!

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Middle School Class

Preparing Students for Changes Visit

Standalone lesson that helps 5th, 8th, and 12th graders prepare for their upcoming school changes. Can be applied to school closings, or any other difficult transitions. See Community Changes Page for more details.

Were you interested in something slightly different than described? Contact Us! Most of our programs are unique to the school's schedule, culture, and goals!

Subject Areas

The general style of programming at the Leadership Learning School traditionally follows an activity-debrief discussion framework while leaving as much as possible open to flexibility. We have found that the most critical area’s of need for any child or group are those that do not follow a standard problem-solution outline, as every individual or groups problems are unique.

For that reason, our program emphasizes allowing the class and discussion to dictate where the conversation or activity might lead to next, allowing our educators the best opportunity to meet the children wherever they are.

Engineering Robot Car

Team Building (TB)

- Practice working with peers to achieve a common goal

- Discuss what makes a good team

- Discover personal strengths and the strengths of others in order to maximize both

- Exercise clear, effective, and efficient communication

Girl climbing rope

Healthy Decision Making (DEC)

- Practice appropriate and healthy risk-taking through group challenges

- Brainstorm difficult decision-making processes, and real-life examples

- Investigate decision making process and the pro’s and con’s of risky behaviors or actions

Group Discussion

Communication Skills (CS)

- Learn and discuss what makes clear and effective communication

- Practice and evaluate communication styles through active challenges

- Discuss assertive, aggressive, and passive styles of communication and behavior

Children's Race

Developing Relationships (REL)

- Establish and draw connections and similarities between peers

- Discuss the concept and practical nature of stereotypes, judgements, and/or generalizations

- Find common ground among classmates and educators

Children Meditating

Reflection (REFL)

- Take time to write, draw, and/or reflect for themselves

- Set personal goals, brainstorm positive qualities

- Think and evaluate the day’s events and actions while identifying what there was to learn moving forward

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