Are you looking for an innovative approach to teaching young people’s leadership skills and principles? In addition to being an excellent option, educational games are engaging and inspiring. This article recommends eight strong potentials for school programs and youth seminars.
· Everyday Leadership Cards
Everyday leadership cards will give you a punch! Each card contains either a handwriting or a chat room. For example, participants could be asked to explain how they would respond to a scenario that would apply critical thinking, problem solving and communication skills. At the same time, students are challenged to explore values and expand their vocabulary; The definition of a term is placed on each map.
So what makes this card game unique? In addition to providing you with a unique teaching tool, it can be used in a variety of ways. The first is to combine the cards with another lesson. Another is to use the prompts for testing or newspaper writing. Third, maps could be topics for group projects.
· Thinkpak Thinkpak
Like the first, Thinkpak consists of a deck of cards. These, however, cover the questions and the application of Michael Michalko’s techniques. Who is Michael Michalko? And how did this game develop? A former U.S. Army officer, he brought together the world’s best academic and intelligence experts to research and apply all creative ways to solve social, political and Military. This game has become an outgrowth of his work.
By brainstorming and thinking outside the box, Michalko invites students to oppose his theories. The deck of cards can also be used as an invitation to be admitted to writing or research. Students can work individually or in groups
· Leadership lessons in a jar
Is your jar half empty or half full? Well leadership lessons in a jar overflows with 101 cards of wisdom. Lessons teach values, morals, human relationships, and more. Ask students to share their reaction and/or interpretation. You will start lively discussions or trials. Think of unique ways to integrate them into group projects.
· Leadership word cloud
Mix things up with a puzzle. However, instead of buying one, invest in 4 or five. Then you can divide the class into small groups. Nevertheless, take one piece of each puzzle. Watch how groups react. How long does it take students to realize that a play is missing? Are they looking for answers outside the group? The Word Cloud leader contains 30 pieces with terms. It provides a new way to teach vocabulary too.
· Cooling skills in a jar
This game introduces coping skills for anger. What an appropriate topic, especially with all the violence that is happening in our communities and schools. Young people need to understand anger, learn positive ways to manage it, and maintain healthy relationships. This pot has 101 cards that you can combine with an anger management board for teenagers book.
· Thumball Conflict Resolution
Conflict is a fact of life, and students need to develop skills to resolve them. Throw the ball and the receiver answers the prompt or question under his thumb. The conflict resolution thumball can be used as an icebreaker or activity to summarize key points.
· Choice in a jar
Choices in a jar provoke critical thinking and good decisions. The pot contains 101 cards with interesting situations. Each dilemma reinforces the link between choices and consequences.
This game increases communication skills because students learn to hold conversations on various topics. TABLETOPICS includes 135 questions related to ethics, integrity, values and respect