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New Directions for Student Leadership

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https://read.qxmd.com/read/30729743/building-bridges-rethinking-student-activist-leadership
#1
Terah J Stewart, Stephen John Quaye
This chapter explores the concept of bridge leadership within the context of student activism and student activist leadership on college campuses. This work seeks to uncover certain types of leadership that can often be rendered invisible in social movement spaces.
March 2019: New Directions for Student Leadership
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30729742/formal-leaders-and-social-change-a-historical-case-study-of-student-body-presidents-as-activists
#2
Christopher J Broadhurst
This chapter explores how two student activists used their roles as student body presidents to lead their campuses to protest the Kent State Shootings in 1970. The administrative responses and their strategies for working with activists are also explored.
March 2019: New Directions for Student Leadership
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30729741/supporting-student-activists-an-appreciative-inquiry
#3
Meg E Evans, Alex C Lange
This chapter discusses strategies that administrators, particularly student affairs educators, can use to support and honor the labor of student activists, using the authors' experiences navigating their responsibilities to campuses and students.
March 2019: New Directions for Student Leadership
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30729740/-i-couldn-t-just-sit-there-leadership-learning-through-activism
#4
Becki Elkins, Jackson Elkins
This chapter explores the meaning one high school student and parent/educator make of the concepts of identity, leadership, and activism.
March 2019: New Directions for Student Leadership
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30729739/-the-redhead-who-speaks-spanish-speaks-a-high-school-principal-in-iowa-s-first-majority-latinx-town-discusses-leadership-and-student-activism
#5
Leslie Ann Locke, Christopher J Broadhurst
This chapter outlines an interview conducted with a principal of a high-performing high school with a majority Latinx student population, regarding how she fostered and engaged in activism in her school and with her students.
March 2019: New Directions for Student Leadership
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30729738/editors-notes
#6
EDITORIAL
Georgianna L Martin, Chris Linder, Brittany M Williams
No abstract text is available yet for this article.
March 2019: New Directions for Student Leadership
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30729737/strategies-for-supporting-student-activists-as-leaders
#7
Chris Linder
This chapter synthesizes the strategies provided throughout this monograph for educators working with student activists as leaders. Interrupting the false dichotomy of leader and activist allows educators to support student leader-activists in learning, growth, and development.
March 2019: New Directions for Student Leadership
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30729736/reframing-activism-as-leadership
#8
Georgianna L Martin, Brittany M Williams, Bernard Green, Matthew J Smith
This chapter discusses trends in activism among students and educators and the leadership concepts inherent in working for social change.
March 2019: New Directions for Student Leadership
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30382630/our-world-international-urbanizing-and-driven-by-connectedness
#9
Dennis C Roberts
In order to thrive in a connected and interdependent world, those who engage in leadership and acts of citizenship will need to be literate across cultures, welcoming of different views, and see mutual survival and prosperity as the most compelling tasks ahead.
December 2018: New Directions for Student Leadership
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30382629/courses-for-international-leadership
#10
Tara Widner-Edberg
This chapter advocates that building capacity for international leadership should be the goal of leadership educators in course-based experiences. It also recommends a model of global leadership that is consistent with this view and discusses an example of the model in action.
December 2018: New Directions for Student Leadership
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30382628/global-citizenship-education
#11
Alicia Cantón, Brenda Ivonne Garcia
United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization's "global citizenship education" model provides the background for the Universidad de Monterrey intercultural competence initiative. Acting on Nelson Mandela's advice that "Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world," this cocurricular approach documented positive learning outcomes for UDEM's students.
December 2018: New Directions for Student Leadership
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30382627/the-role-of-international-service-learning-in-cultivating-global-citizenship-and-leadership
#12
David P Santulli
The power of intentional and reflective experience in international service-learning, internships, and other pathways, effectively inspires and prepares students for next-generation global leadership. Service-learning often includes cross-cultural engagement which is particularly powerful.
December 2018: New Directions for Student Leadership
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30382626/realizing-the-potential-of-international-education-in-leadership-learning
#13
Elizabeth Niehaus
This chapter explores how study abroad and the presence of international students contributes to students' leadership development, key challenges preventing that potential from being realized, and offers suggestions for improving access to and implementing leadership-focused study abroad and international student programs.
December 2018: New Directions for Student Leadership
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30382625/critical-perspectives-on-capacity-building-for-international-leadership
#14
John P Dugan
Recognizing that young people are resilient in many ways, they need adequate and adaptive models to utilize as they address the complexities that are part of today's world. This chapter introduces critical perspectives as an essential framework for learning about youth capacity-building for international leadership.
December 2018: New Directions for Student Leadership
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30382624/implications-of-international-leadership-for-all
#15
Darbi L Roberts
As approaches to leadership learning are culturally examined and modified, educators will also need to do their own work to enhance their effectiveness in teaching and learning across culture.
December 2018: New Directions for Student Leadership
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30382623/closing-the-gap-and-exploring-the-intersections-between-internationalization-and-multiculturalism
#16
Donna A Lee
Preparing students for twenty-first century leadership and citizenship requires deepening students' understanding of diversity and difference. U.S. higher education institutions must seek ways to bridge the historic gap between internationalization and multiculturalism as a means of addressing some of the moral imperatives of these times.
December 2018: New Directions for Student Leadership
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30382622/exploring-the-significance-of-culture-in-leadership
#17
Darla K Deardorff
Culture matters-especially in leadership in the twenty-first century. This chapter explores the context and frameworks for developing intercultural competence for successful leadership.
December 2018: New Directions for Student Leadership
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30382621/editors-notes
#18
EDITORIAL
Dennis C Roberts, Darbi L Roberts
No abstract text is available yet for this article.
December 2018: New Directions for Student Leadership
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30382620/critical-dialogue-to-open-doors-for-leadership
#19
Andrew Blom, Matthew R Johnson
This chapter explores how the high-impact practice of critical, intergroup dialogue connects leadership with the broader learning objectives in the liberal arts. Based on experiences with building partnerships for leadership learning at their own university, the authors offer lessons for fostering cross-unit collaboration.
December 2018: New Directions for Student Leadership
https://read.qxmd.com/read/29864236/cultivating-critical-hope-the-too-often-forgotten-dimension-of-critical-leadership-development
#20
Devita Bishundat, Daviree Velázquez Phillip, Willie Gore
Adopting critical approaches draws into question how we see the world and renders visible social stratification and inequity. Coming to understand these realities can contribute to pessimism, disillusionment, or retreat from engaging in the work of leadership for social change. This chapter offers tools to aid educators with purposefully cultivating critical hope.
September 2018: New Directions for Student Leadership
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