1. Provide instruction to individuals and small groups.
2. Give clear enthusiastic instruction.
3. Follow lesson plans.
4. Use questioning to review and reinforce information.
5. Uses appropriate voice tone for activity.
6. Listen to students.
7. Keep students on task.
8. Reinforce students appropriately.
9. Use neutral or reinforcing tone of voice with children.
10. Follow Behavior Support Protocol and ODS Discipline Code.
11. Develop rapport with students.
12. Count students regularly.
13. Keep students in sight.
14. Care for instructional materials and equipment.
15. Ask questions when needing information.
16. Attend to task.
17. Interact in a friendly, cheerful manner.
18. Adapt to changes in schedule or routine.
19. Refer problems to Program Leader or Field Instructor.
20. Provide support and encouragement to peers.
21. Use appropriate behavior with other Student Leaders.
1. Each Student Leader receives a written evaluation at the conclusion of the Outdoor School week. The High School Student Leader is evaluated on the Student Leader Expectations. These expectations are divided into two areas:
a. cabin responsibilities and skills;
b. instructional responsibilities and skills.
2. The Student Leader, the High School Counselor, and the Outdoor School office each receive a copy of the written evaluations.
Click here to see the Student Leader Evaluation Rubric