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GIFTS: Great Ideas for Teaching Servant-Leadership. Mary Klein & Marilyn Bugenhagen Marian University, Fond du Lac, Wisconsin Greenleaf Center International Conference on Servant-Leadership Milwaukee, Wisconsin June 2009 . www.spiritualityandleadership.com. Welcome & Introductions

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GIFTS:

Great Ideas for Teaching Servant-Leadership

Mary Klein & Marilyn Bugenhagen

Marian University, Fond du Lac, Wisconsin

Greenleaf Center International Conference on Servant-Leadership

Milwaukee, Wisconsin June 2009

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Welcome & Introductions

Plan for this Workshop

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Dyad Exercise

The Challenges of Teaching

Servant-Leadership

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Teaching and Facilitating through Active Learning

  • Assumptions about learning
    • Persons of all ages have potential to learn, with some learning faster than others.
    • Learning is more comfortable and effective when
      • Environmental conditions support open exchange
      • Sharing of opinions
      • Problem-solving strategies
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Teaching and Facilitating through Active Learning

  • Assumptions about learning
    • Instructor facilitates learning by incorporating
      • Learners' experience
      • Observations of others
      • Personal ideas & feelings
    • Depth of long-term learning may depend on extent to which learners try to analyze, clarify, or articulate own experiences to others.
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Teaching and Facilitating through Active Learning

  • Assumptions about learning
    • Learning opportunity may only provide one step in an individual's progress toward acquiring new behaviors.
    • Learning improves when learner is active participant in educational process.
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Teaching and Facilitating through Active Learning

  • Constructing learning activities
    • Diagnose
    • Design or develop
    • Deliver
    • Discern
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Teaching and Facilitating through Active Learning

  • Types of Active Learning Strategies
      • Openers
      • Dyads, Small Group
      • Exercises
      • Tools for self-discovery learning
      • Case method – written/film
      • Reflection
      • Closers
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Small Group Exercise

  • Servant-Leadership Attributes
      • Self Awareness
      • Active Listening
      • Facilitating Collaboration
      • Fostering growth
      • Coaching and Mentoring
      • Stimulating Creativity
      • Community Building
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Small Group Exercise

  • Group work to generate many, many ideas….
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Great Ideas For Teaching Servant-Leadership

  • Our experience with these activities in teaching servant-leadership
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Great Ideas For Teaching Servant-Leadership

  • How to add to the ideas through a knowledge community on
  • servant-leadership
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Contributing Your own GIFTS

Activity Title:

  • Group size and Time Needed

IdentifyServant-Leadership Attribute

Objectives/Goals/Purposeof activity

Material Needed

Directionsfor the activity

Questions or Process for Debriefing Activity

Describewhen activity is best utilized

Variations and/or helpful hints

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Resources:

Eitington, J. E. (1996). The winning trainer: Winning ways to involve people in learning. Houston, TX: Gulf Publishing.

Greenleaf, R.K. (1970). The servant as leader. Greenleaf Center.

Keith, K. (2008). A case for servant-leadership. Greenleaf Center.

Silberman, M. (2006). Active training: A handbook of techniques, designs, case examples, and tips. New York, NY: Wiley & Sons.

Silberman, M. (2005). 101 ways to make training active. New York, NY: Wiley & Sons.

Spears, L.C. (1997). Insights on leadership: Service, stewardship, spirit, and servant-leadership. New York, NY. Wiley & Sons.

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