- Provide instruction to individuals and small groups.
- Give clear enthusiastic instruction.
- Follow lesson plans.
- Use questioning to review and reinforce information.
- Uses appropriate voice tone for activity.
- Listen to students.
- Keep students on task.
- Reinforce students appropriately.
- Use neutral or reinforcing tone of voice with children.
- Follow Behavior Support Protocol and ODS Discipline Code.
- Develop rapport with students.
- Count students regularly.
- Keep students in sight.
- Care for instructional materials and equipment.
- Ask questions when needing information.
- Attend to task.
- Interact in a friendly, cheerful manner.
- Adapt to changes in schedule or routine.
- Refer problems to Program Leader or Field Instructor.
- Provide support and encouragement to peers.
- Use appropriate behavior with other Student Leaders.
- 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.
- The Student Leader, the High School Counselor, and the Outdoor School office each receive a copy of the written evaluations.
Student Leader Evaluation Rubric