Learners will explore and identify the role and characteristics of a leader. They will discover the similarities and difference between rules and laws and the importance of making decisions democratically.
Days: Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday
Capacity: up to 30 students
Facilitator: experienced primary years Educator
To be a Leader is a program that engages the learner in an exploration and understanding of the qualities of leadership. While visiting The Centre of Democracy and the One Mountain, One River, One Sage exhibition (September 2018 to January 2019) at the State Library they will view images of various leaders and discuss how to be a leader and their responsibilities.
- How are decisions made democratically?
- How can I participate in my community?
- How can local government contribute to community life?
- What is the difference between rules and laws and why are they important?
The learning experiences are aligned with the Australian Curriculum, with particular emphasis on the learning area of Humanities and Social Science: Civics and Citizenship, and the general capabilities of literacy, critical and creative thinking and visual arts. Teaching for Effective Learning principles strongly underpin the learning design.
Tools and materials will be provided by the State Library and the Centre of Democracy free of charge.
Contact Patrick Bugeja 8207 7376
for more information