• High School Peer Leadership -- Peer Leadership

    A - Peer Leadership

    • adhere to established ground rules and the National Peer Helping Association ethical guidelines
    • describe the role, functions, and characteristics of a peer leader
    • establish roles, responsibilities, and procedures related to peer tutoring including effective study habits, test-taking skills, and time management
    • demonstrate knowledge and skills of peer leadership intervention strategies in a variety of settings

    B - Relationship and Communication Skills

    • explore and apply the fundamental characteristics of facilitative relationships and communication skills

    C - Interpersonal Skills

    • identify and demonstrate interpersonal skills necessary to maintain positive peer relationships

    D - Problem Solving

    • demonstrate an understanding of problem-solving and/or mediation techniques

    E - Conflict Resolution

    • identify methods of conflict/anger management

    F - Prejudice and Discrimination

    • explore the concepts of prejudice and discrimination and their impact on peer relationships

    G - Group Dynamics

    • utilize knowledge and understanding gained through individual and/or group projects
    • utilize elements of successful group interactions by participating in a variety of roles within group settings
    • participate in assigned targeted groups within the school community
    • identify elements of group interaction

    H - Peer Pressure

    • define positive and negative aspects of peer pressure
    • indicate a variety of alternatives to negative peer pressure

    I - Goal-Setting

    • explore how personal responsibility relates to long- and short-range life and career goals