BUILDINGFUTURE LEADERSBY ENGAGING STUDENTS IN CO-CREATING PROGRESS  JOHN JAY BONSTINGL
21st Century ImperativesENTREPRENEURSHIP Website: Bonstingl.com • Facebook: John Jay Bonstingl • Twitter: @Bonstingl
21st Century ImperativesENTREPRENEURSHIPSeizing upon opportunities to innovate          and create value. Website: Bonstin...
21st Century Imperatives          LEADERSHIPWebsite: Bonstingl.com • Facebook: John Jay Bonstingl • Twitter: @Bonstingl
21st Century Imperatives             LEADERSHIPActing responsibly and influencing others             to do likewise.   Web...
21st Century Imperatives                  SERVICEWebsite: Bonstingl.com • Facebook: John Jay Bonstingl • Twitter: @Bonstingl
21st Century Imperatives                  SERVICEHelping others to improve their lot.Contributing to the common good.Websi...
IMPROVINGSTUDENTS’ ACTIVESELF-PERCEPTIONSWebsite: Bonstingl.com • Facebook: John Jay Bonstingl • Twitter: @Bonstingl
Please number your        paper 1 through 12.                                 1.                                 2.       ...
An Existing Strength.Website: Bonstingl.com • Facebook: John Jay Bonstingl • Twitter: @Bonstingl
An Opportunity for Improvement           ( OFI ) Website: Bonstingl.com • Facebook: John Jay Bonstingl • Twitter: @Bonstingl
1. see    Studentsthemselves as leaders       and act    accordingly. Website: Bonstingl.com • Facebook: John Jay Bonsting...
2.Students set goals forthemselves and work  to achieve them.Website: Bonstingl.com • Facebook: John Jay Bonstingl • Twitt...
3.Students share their  good ideas with    teachers and  fellow students.Website: Bonstingl.com • Facebook: John Jay Bonst...
4.    Students carrythemselves as leaders.  Their focus is sharp. Website: Bonstingl.com • Facebook: John Jay Bonstingl • ...
5.Students are excited by their classes and they  relish being students      at your school. Website: Bonstingl.com • Face...
6.    Students arecontinually improving      the ways    they do their    school work.Website: Bonstingl.com • Facebook: J...
7.Students are growingto be better listeners  and teammates.Website: Bonstingl.com • Facebook: John Jay Bonstingl • Twitte...
8.Students are improving  their ability to make     presentations. Website: Bonstingl.com • Facebook: John Jay Bonstingl •...
9.Students take prideand joy in making apositive difference in the lives of others.Website: Bonstingl.com • Facebook: John...
10.When students seea problem, they take   positive steps       to fix it.Website: Bonstingl.com • Facebook: John Jay Bons...
11. Students are well-prepared in advance.Website: Bonstingl.com • Facebook: John Jay Bonstingl • Twitter: @Bonstingl
12.Students get plenty ofgood nutrition, water, exercise and sleep.Website: Bonstingl.com • Facebook: John Jay Bonstingl •...
PRACTICAL          STRATEGIES                ( Mix & Match )Website: Bonstingl.com • Facebook: John Jay Bonstingl • Twitte...
1. Student journalingWebsite: Bonstingl.com • Facebook: John Jay Bonstingl • Twitter: @Bonstingl
2. Student-led parent- teacher conferencesWebsite: Bonstingl.com • Facebook: John Jay Bonstingl • Twitter: @Bonstingl
3. Focusing exercises,   Energy exercises Website: Bonstingl.com • Facebook: John Jay Bonstingl • Twitter: @Bonstingl
4. Up-and-huddleWebsite: Bonstingl.com • Facebook: John Jay Bonstingl • Twitter: @Bonstingl
5. Think-Write-           Pair-Share                                        Credit: Lyman & McTigheWebsite: Bonstingl.com ...
6. What do you notice? What does it signify? Website: Bonstingl.com • Facebook: John Jay Bonstingl • Twitter: @Bonstingl
7. What would a      real leader do?Website: Bonstingl.com • Facebook: John Jay Bonstingl • Twitter: @Bonstingl
8. The most important      thing of allWebsite: Bonstingl.com • Facebook: John Jay Bonstingl • Twitter: @Bonstingl
9. Reviewing with       Tic-Tac-Toe                               1      2      3                               X         ...
10. Tossing the chalkWebsite: Bonstingl.com • Facebook: John Jay Bonstingl • Twitter: @Bonstingl
11. S-Teams                              TEAM                             ROLES:                            Facilitator   ...
12. Student school and      community     improvement       projects Website: Bonstingl.com • Facebook: John Jay Bonstingl...
Website: Bonstingl.com • Facebook: John Jay Bonstingl • Twitter: @Bonstingl
Thank you!Website: Bonstingl.com • Facebook: John Jay Bonstingl • Twitter: @Bonstingl
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  1. 1. BUILDINGFUTURE LEADERSBY ENGAGING STUDENTS IN CO-CREATING PROGRESS JOHN JAY BONSTINGL
  2. 2. 21st Century ImperativesENTREPRENEURSHIP Website: Bonstingl.com • Facebook: John Jay Bonstingl • Twitter: @Bonstingl
  3. 3. 21st Century ImperativesENTREPRENEURSHIPSeizing upon opportunities to innovate and create value. Website: Bonstingl.com • Facebook: John Jay Bonstingl • Twitter: @Bonstingl
  4. 4. 21st Century Imperatives LEADERSHIPWebsite: Bonstingl.com • Facebook: John Jay Bonstingl • Twitter: @Bonstingl
  5. 5. 21st Century Imperatives LEADERSHIPActing responsibly and influencing others to do likewise. Website: Bonstingl.com • Facebook: John Jay Bonstingl • Twitter: @Bonstingl
  6. 6. 21st Century Imperatives SERVICEWebsite: Bonstingl.com • Facebook: John Jay Bonstingl • Twitter: @Bonstingl
  7. 7. 21st Century Imperatives SERVICEHelping others to improve their lot.Contributing to the common good.Website: Bonstingl.com • Facebook: John Jay Bonstingl • Twitter: @Bonstingl
  8. 8. IMPROVINGSTUDENTS’ ACTIVESELF-PERCEPTIONSWebsite: Bonstingl.com • Facebook: John Jay Bonstingl • Twitter: @Bonstingl
  9. 9. Please number your paper 1 through 12. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.Website: Bonstingl.com • Facebook: John Jay Bonstingl • Twitter: @Bonstingl
  10. 10. An Existing Strength.Website: Bonstingl.com • Facebook: John Jay Bonstingl • Twitter: @Bonstingl
  11. 11. An Opportunity for Improvement ( OFI ) Website: Bonstingl.com • Facebook: John Jay Bonstingl • Twitter: @Bonstingl
  12. 12. 1. see Studentsthemselves as leaders and act accordingly. Website: Bonstingl.com • Facebook: John Jay Bonstingl • Twitter: @Bonstingl
  13. 13. 2.Students set goals forthemselves and work to achieve them.Website: Bonstingl.com • Facebook: John Jay Bonstingl • Twitter: @Bonstingl
  14. 14. 3.Students share their good ideas with teachers and fellow students.Website: Bonstingl.com • Facebook: John Jay Bonstingl • Twitter: @Bonstingl
  15. 15. 4. Students carrythemselves as leaders. Their focus is sharp. Website: Bonstingl.com • Facebook: John Jay Bonstingl • Twitter: @Bonstingl
  16. 16. 5.Students are excited by their classes and they relish being students at your school. Website: Bonstingl.com • Facebook: John Jay Bonstingl • Twitter: @Bonstingl
  17. 17. 6. Students arecontinually improving the ways they do their school work.Website: Bonstingl.com • Facebook: John Jay Bonstingl • Twitter: @Bonstingl
  18. 18. 7.Students are growingto be better listeners and teammates.Website: Bonstingl.com • Facebook: John Jay Bonstingl • Twitter: @Bonstingl
  19. 19. 8.Students are improving their ability to make presentations. Website: Bonstingl.com • Facebook: John Jay Bonstingl • Twitter: @Bonstingl
  20. 20. 9.Students take prideand joy in making apositive difference in the lives of others.Website: Bonstingl.com • Facebook: John Jay Bonstingl • Twitter: @Bonstingl
  21. 21. 10.When students seea problem, they take positive steps to fix it.Website: Bonstingl.com • Facebook: John Jay Bonstingl • Twitter: @Bonstingl
  22. 22. 11. Students are well-prepared in advance.Website: Bonstingl.com • Facebook: John Jay Bonstingl • Twitter: @Bonstingl
  23. 23. 12.Students get plenty ofgood nutrition, water, exercise and sleep.Website: Bonstingl.com • Facebook: John Jay Bonstingl • Twitter: @Bonstingl
  24. 24. PRACTICAL STRATEGIES ( Mix & Match )Website: Bonstingl.com • Facebook: John Jay Bonstingl • Twitter: @Bonstingl
  25. 25. 1. Student journalingWebsite: Bonstingl.com • Facebook: John Jay Bonstingl • Twitter: @Bonstingl
  26. 26. 2. Student-led parent- teacher conferencesWebsite: Bonstingl.com • Facebook: John Jay Bonstingl • Twitter: @Bonstingl
  27. 27. 3. Focusing exercises, Energy exercises Website: Bonstingl.com • Facebook: John Jay Bonstingl • Twitter: @Bonstingl
  28. 28. 4. Up-and-huddleWebsite: Bonstingl.com • Facebook: John Jay Bonstingl • Twitter: @Bonstingl
  29. 29. 5. Think-Write- Pair-Share Credit: Lyman & McTigheWebsite: Bonstingl.com • Facebook: John Jay Bonstingl • Twitter: @Bonstingl
  30. 30. 6. What do you notice? What does it signify? Website: Bonstingl.com • Facebook: John Jay Bonstingl • Twitter: @Bonstingl
  31. 31. 7. What would a real leader do?Website: Bonstingl.com • Facebook: John Jay Bonstingl • Twitter: @Bonstingl
  32. 32. 8. The most important thing of allWebsite: Bonstingl.com • Facebook: John Jay Bonstingl • Twitter: @Bonstingl
  33. 33. 9. Reviewing with Tic-Tac-Toe 1 2 3 X 5 6 O 7 8 9 XWebsite: Bonstingl.com • Facebook: John Jay Bonstingl • Twitter: @Bonstingl
  34. 34. 10. Tossing the chalkWebsite: Bonstingl.com • Facebook: John Jay Bonstingl • Twitter: @Bonstingl
  35. 35. 11. S-Teams TEAM ROLES: Facilitator Scribe Reporter Timekeeper CoachWebsite: Bonstingl.com • Facebook: John Jay Bonstingl • Twitter: @Bonstingl
  36. 36. 12. Student school and community improvement projects Website: Bonstingl.com • Facebook: John Jay Bonstingl • Twitter: @Bonstingl
  37. 37. Website: Bonstingl.com • Facebook: John Jay Bonstingl • Twitter: @Bonstingl
  38. 38. Thank you!Website: Bonstingl.com • Facebook: John Jay Bonstingl • Twitter: @Bonstingl

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