Everyday Dilemmas: Leadership and Problem-Solving

This worksheet focuses on 8 different scenarios designed to challenge students' perceptions and attitudes about leadership, peer pressure, peer communication, social norms, and conflict resolution. Individual scenarios can be duplicated and distributed to students for individual or group work, or read aloud as part of supplemental lessons on character education.


This resource is provided courtesy of Free Spirit Publishing, the leading publisher of positive, practical and pro-kid classroom materials for social-emotional learning, character education, gifted and talented learners, and special education.

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Building Everyday Leadership in All Kids
Mariam G. MacGregor, M.S.

Building Everyday Leadership in All Kids emphasizes that anyone can be a leader—and it’s never too early to start learning what leadership means and how to lead. This resource engages all emerging leaders, at all emotional and academic levels, by taking a full, practical approach to building personal and group leadership attitudes. The easy-to-use activities, in categories such as Understanding Leadership, Communication, Working with Others, Problem Solving, and Making a Difference, are designed to promote group interaction, build self-confidence, and allow students to explore personal understanding.

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