Associate Professor of Education Lauren Lunsford’s human development teacher candidates worked with a group of 12 through 14-year-old students at the Rose Park Community Center this summer to promote their leadership skills. The topics were aligned with the seventh grade Common Core Standards and included identifying personal style, team building and working together to solve real-world problems. The students said they “learned a lot about responsibility, working together, having a good time, and communicating.” One Easley student summed the experience as “about having a good time while learning.”
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