Developing Student Leaders
Eagle Rock School & Professional Development Center

To develop student leadership, students create S.M.A.R.T goals & provide evidence as to how they will meet leadership goals. In addition, students list their leadership strengths and weaknesses. Students receive feedback from their peers on their leadership style. This is followed up with a discussion on the feedback they received.

Students will identify their strengths and weaknesses and tie them to leadership
Students will create S.M.A.R.T. goals regarding their own leadership
Goal Reasons Sheet*
(you may create your own or look online for examples)
Leadership Sheet
Leader Feedback Sheet
Hold discussion with student leaders.
Use the goal reasons sheet and leadership sheet to guide discussion.
Students complete the two sheets (either during the discussion, or following the discussion)
Discuss strengths, weaknesses, goals and evidence that will be collected for their goals.
Outside of class, students receive feedback from their peers regarding their leadership
Reconvene and hold follow up discussion and next steps with student leaders on their feedback
Students have created S.M.A.R.T goals and made progress & reflected on the process of meeting or working towards their leadership goals.
Students have reflected on their peer feedback & connected or changed their leadership goals.
Students have identified their strengths & weaknesses & reflected on the impact towards their goals and leadership style.