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John Weng; Linnette Werner; Tim Steffensmeier – New Directions for Student Leadership, 2024
In a post-pandemic context, the need for leadership students to navigate ambiguous conditions and examine their automatic responses to authority has increased. Yet, common approaches to teaching leadership, such as group discussions and simulations, overlook the potential for using development spaces as living laboratories. This article explores…
Descriptors: Leadership, Leadership Training, Teaching Methods, Student Behavior
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Linnette Werner; Alexander Fink – New Directions for Student Leadership, 2024
Leadership development, like other professional areas such as medicine, teaching, and law, requires students to become as adept at practicing leadership as they are at understanding the theory behind it. For example, K-12 teachers have student teaching, medical students have residencies, cadavers, and virtual reality--but where is the learning…
Descriptors: Leadership Training, Theory Practice Relationship, Intention, Teacher Role
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David Hellstrom; Jenny P. Steiner – New Directions for Student Leadership, 2024
Teaching leadership in today's world requires a combination of introducing theory and best practices, as well as allowing moments that are happening in real-time, both current events and interactions from the "laboratory" of the classroom, to affect the teaching agenda. Instructors can lean into the model of Intentional Emergence (IE) to…
Descriptors: Intention, Current Events, Leadership Training, Models
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John Weng; Corey Seemiller – New Directions for Student Leadership, 2024
The student body within a university is a dynamic entity, with each cohort being shaped by current societal events and technological advancements. Thus, higher education institutions and other providers of leadership education and development must consider the nature of today's college students and employees, who are primarily from Generation Z,…
Descriptors: Generational Differences, 21st Century Skills, Intention, Educational Needs
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Krista M. Soria; Brandon W. Kliewer – New Directions for Student Leadership, 2024
In emergence-based leadership education, the knowledge and experiences┬áco-created in the classroom may violate some of the assumptions behind traditional teaching and learning assessment methods. Thus, traditional assessment, evaluation, and outcomes for courses utilizing emergence-based methods, such as intentional emergence, case-in-point,…
Descriptors: Leadership Training, Evaluation Methods, Conventional Instruction, Teaching Methods
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Leonard Taylor; Ronald Davis – New Directions for Student Leadership, 2024
Using Black Shoals as a theoretical guide, we explore how intentional emergence (IE) can help erode the colonial and capitalist underpinnings of leadership education. Informed by Black Shoals and IE, we offer three pedagogical recommendations we frame as decolonial interventions--dissolving the center, weaving the margins, and collective…
Descriptors: Intention, Decolonization, Leadership Training, Intervention
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John Weng; Linnette Werner – New Directions for Student Leadership, 2024
While emergent pedagogies offer potentially high impact, the risks in using such pedagogies can be significant when not handled carefully. This article explores the cautions and limitations of emergent-based pedagogies such as case-in-point, intentional emergence, and group relations. Leadership educators who use emergent-based approaches need to…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Leadership Training, Risk, Group Dynamics
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Alexander Fink – New Directions for Student Leadership, 2024
Why develop leaders? What politics are implicit in our practice? This paper uses the history and practice of Popular Education as a comparative framework to survey the politics of intentional emergence leadership pedagogy, surfacing potential alliances for building social change movements. Using a case analysis, the article elucidates the ways the…
Descriptors: Leadership Training, Popular Education, Educational History, Political Issues
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Tara Widner; Linnette Werner – New Directions for Student Leadership, 2024
Emergent-based practices of leadership development (such as intentional emergence (IE), case-in-point, or group relations) rely a great deal on stopping the action in order to publicly notice group behaviors and patterns and connect what is happening authentically to conscious actions and ideas (such as course content, readings, theories, etc.).…
Descriptors: Intention, Observation, Leadership Training, Teaching Methods
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Josh P. Armstrong; Asiya M. Vickers – New Directions for Student Leadership, 2024
Intentional emergence (IE) as a pedagogy centers students in learning and calls for the educator or facilitator to take a different role. It is important for educators to mindfully regulate their presence in the classroom to allow students to notice the role of authority in leadership practice. This article provides recommendations for productive…
Descriptors: Intention, Teacher Role, Student Centered Learning, Self Concept
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Mitchell, Tania D.; Museus, Samuel D.; Puente, Mayra; Ting, Marie P. – New Directions for Student Leadership, 2023
This article provides an overview of important social and political contexts that underscore the need for an increased focus on the role of social justice in leadership education and development discourse. The article also discusses key misconceptions that inhibit critical conversations about leadership education and a leadership framework that…
Descriptors: Leadership Training, Social Justice, Social Environment, Politics
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Wright, Kevin L. – New Directions for Student Leadership, 2023
This article will describe the work of the Cultural Leadership Institute (CLI), a one-day institute with interactive workshops designed to facilitate students' understanding of diversity, multiculturalism, and social justice to explore leadership within a diverse society.
Descriptors: Social Action, Social Justice, Advocacy, Institutes (Training Programs)
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Ambo, Theresa – New Directions for Student Leadership, 2023
This article addresses the limits of social justice and leadership frameworks in addressing the concerns and desires of Indigenous Peoples and communities, particularly settler colonialism, sovereignty, and self-determination. I ask readers to contend with the following question: How can social justice and leadership models be more inclusive of…
Descriptors: Social Justice, Models, Leadership Styles, Indigenous Populations
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Boey, Leslie W.; Cruz, Tabatha; Fulton, Leah N.; Mitchell, Tania D. – New Directions for Student Leadership, 2023
This article highlights the important role of coalescence in preparing leaders to engage in a diverse society. The authors draw on intersectional and critical frames to understand coalescence. Using supporting data from a study on BIPOC student leaders, the authors demonstrate the ways in which students build capacity for coalescence and recommend…
Descriptors: Social Justice, Leadership Training, Diversity, Intersectionality
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Lipnicki, Aryn – New Directions for Student Leadership, 2023
This article describes a two-credit critical service-learning course at the University of Minnesota and its evolution to utilize both the Social Change Model and Social Action, Leadership, and Transformation models in complementary ways to support student leadership development.
Descriptors: Critical Theory, Service Learning, College Students, Educational Change
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