Leadership Isn't Funny Podcast
Inspire, motivate, learn and grow as an educator. As one of the largest statewide support networks for activity directors, our job is to promote and support student leadership and activities.
 

Many times our best lessons come from creating teachable moments during every day situations.  Paul Chylinski talks about his favorite teaching moments by utilizing your stories and other resources around to connect with students.  For more info and resources, check out www.cada1.org.

Direct download: paul.mov
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Speaker Rhett Laubach takes us through a activity called A little or A lot, a great way to survey your class, create self awareness, or dig a little deeper and get your kids thinking about why it is not fair to compare themselves to other students.  For more information and resources from Rhett, visit http://www.yournextspeaker.com/ and for more information and resources from CADA, check us out at www.cada1.org.

Direct download: rhett.mov
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Activities Director Denise Van Doorn shares with us one of her great tools of organization, the foldable timeline.  One of the toughest skills to teach students is to plan ahead and set goals.  This strong visual timeline will help your kids to think about steps and tasks leading up tot he big event.  For more information on CADA, head to www.cada1.org. 

Direct download: Denise1.avi
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Scott Backovich took a few minutes to share one of his favorite activites, The Human Machine.  A great activity that will help your kids communicate, collaborate and bond on a mechanical level.  Your students take on the role of the machine and mimic each part as they try to create a working mechanical device.  For more information on Scott go to www.scottbackovich.com.  For more info on CADA, check out www.cada.1.org.

Direct download: backovich.mov
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