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TSA's Leadership Lessons were developed for the purpose of enhancing the learning of chapter members as they participate in the many competitive events offered through TSA's competitive event program. The leadership lessons are specifically designed to provide a better understanding of the core leadership skills learned through participating in the competitions.
The Middle School and High School Leadership Lessons are designed to teach a specific skill or in some instances, more than one skill is learned. Each lesson describes the objective, the time the lesson will take, the materials needed, the activity itself, and processing or follow up to use after the lesson is complete. The lessons allow the opportunity for each TSA advisor to integrate timely technological curriculum concepts into the learning and maintain the advisor's unique teaching styles. We encourage you to make these activities fit the specific demographics of your TSA chapter.
The High School Leadership lessons correlate to the ten core leadership skills found in TSA competitions as defined by the ITEA's Standards for Technological Literacy publication. These skills are: communication, creative thinking, critical thinking, decision making, ethics, evaluation, organization, problem solving, self esteem, and teamwork.