Developing Civic Leaders for the Future
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(20 minutes) Presentation that conveys my thoughts on how my role as a senior coordinator in the University of Georgia Center for Leadership and Service might contribute to developing civic leaders......

(20 minutes) Presentation that conveys my thoughts on how my role as a senior coordinator in the University of Georgia Center for Leadership and Service might contribute to developing civic leaders for the future. Addresses the critical outcomes I believe are necessary in leadership and civic education program curricula.

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  • 1. Developing Civic Leaders for the Future Actions and Critical Outcomes James Ross Beitzel
  • 2. “...The answer to the question ‘What kind of Education do we need?’ is to be found in the answer to the question‘What kind of Society do we want?’” - Ira Harkavy
  • 3. Civic Leader
  • 4. Civic Leader Self-Aware
  • 5. Civic Leader Self-AwareEthical
  • 6. Civic Leader Self-AwareEthical Passionate
  • 7. Civic LeaderResource Self-AwareEthical Passionate
  • 8. Civic LeaderResource Self-AwareEthical Responsible Passionate
  • 9. Civic LeaderResource Self-Aware CreativeEthical Responsible Passionate
  • 10. Civic LeaderResource Self-Aware CreativeEthical People Person Responsible Passionate
  • 11. Civic LeaderResource Self-AwareEngaging CreativeEthical People Person Responsible Passionate
  • 12. Civic LeaderResource Knowledgeable Self-AwareEngaging CreativeEthical People Person Responsible Passionate
  • 13. Civic Leader Resource KnowledgeableTransformative Self-Aware Engaging CreativeEthical People Person Responsible Passionate
  • 14. CONVICTION in ACTION
  • 15. CONVICTION in ACTION(Civic Learning & Democratic Engagement)
  • 16. Who Am I? Who Am I in the Context of Others? What Do I Believe?What Impact Will I Have on Society? How Can I Best Achieve that Vision?
  • 17. Conviction (Civic Learning)Develop a Realistic Self Appraisal and Identity• Self-Awareness• Values• Beliefs• Skills• Privileges/Challenges
  • 18. Conviction (Civic Learning)Understand and Appreciate Diverse Populations, Cultures, Ideas, and Ways of Living• Interculturalism• Social Awareness
  • 19. Conviction (Civic Learning)Understand and Appreciate Diverse Populations, Cultures, Ideas, and Ways of Living• Interculturalism• Social AwarenessHave Knowledge of Civic Movements and Universal Democratic Principles• Historical Texts• Current Events• Constructive Dialogue
  • 20. Conviction (Civic Learning)Be Aware of Moral Guidelines and Demonstrate Ethical Behavior• Congruence between Actions and Values• Integrity• Character• Civic “Response-Ability”• Justice
  • 21. Action (Democratic Engagement)Work Cooperatively with Others to Establish and Grow Transformative Relationships• Effective Communication• Interpersonal/Intrapersonal Cognitive Integration• Relationship Management
  • 22. Action (Democratic Engagement)Be Able to Process Complex Problems, Situations, and Experiences and Act Upon the Information Extracted• Reflective Thinking• Problem Solving• Intellectual Flexibility• Life-Long Learning• Creativity
  • 23. Action (Democratic Engagement)Develop and Maintain High Levels of Practical Competence and Academic Achievement• Personal Health and Wellness• Organizational Operations• Academic Goal Success• Degree Attainment
  • 24. My Convictions… My Actions
  • 25. Actions for Developing Civic Leader of the FutureFoster a civic ethos across all parts of campus and educational culture
  • 26. Actions for Developing Civic Leader of the Future • Model the Way – Personal Behavior & SpiritFoster a civic ethos across all parts of campus and – Professional educational culture Interactions • Reinforce Campus Values • Inter-Departmental Support
  • 27. Actions for Developing Civic Leader of the FutureMake civic literacy a core expectation for all students
  • 28. Actions for Developing Civic Leader of the Future • Leadership/Civic Engagement Can BeMake civic literacy a core Learned expectation for all students • Good Practices in Place, Too Few Students Take Advantage
  • 29. Actions for Developing Civic Leader of the FuturePractice civic inquiry across all fields of study
  • 30. Actions for Developing Civic Leader of the Future • Collaboration with Professors andPractice civic inquiry across Academics all fields of study – Demonstrate Value – Scholar-Practitioner – Assessment Key
  • 31. Actions for Developing Civic Leader of the FutureAdvance civic action through transformative partnerships, at home and abroad
  • 32. Actions for Developing Civic Leader of the Future • Collaborate – LocalAdvance civic action through – Global transformative – Employers partnerships, at home and abroad • Stay Informed – Associations – Literature – Miscellaneous Scholarly Pursuits
  • 33. Conviction in Action Foster a civic ethos Make civic literacy Practice civic Advance civic action throughacross all parts of campus a core expectation inquiry across transformative partnerships, and educational culture for all students all fields of study at home and abroad
  • 34. Developing Civic Leaders for the Future Actions and Critical Outcomes James Ross Beitzel