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High School Student Leader Workbook for Youth Leadership in Climate Action

view of several versions of a student leader workbook

...for the next five months

Yesterday, the most recent version of an Active School Travel Student Leader Workbook was delivered to the students in a high school bike club.

The 32-page workbook will guide teenagers in becoming a cohesive, empowered and effective team delivering events and activities in climate action.

Here's what's included in a high school student leader workbook for youth leadership in climate action and road safety;


page item notes

cover school name, slogan, motivating image

1 “me” space for list of tasks & contributions

2 “us” list of guidelines for mutual respect and support

3 motivators bar graph illustrating student leader responses

4 public face bar graph illustrating student leader responses

5 schedule chart showing dates of meetings, events, surveys


close up view of page 5 - the schedule for spring 2024

6 our team projects chart for students to each fill in what they will lead

7 our team as a bike image showing responses from that activity

8 my characteristics exercise to chart (& share) responses

9 “that was cool” exercise for learning from memory

10 1st event current: Chinese New Year activities

11 student survey pie chart & bar graphs showing high level results

12 family survey pie chart & bar graphs showing high level results

13 behaviour change basic explanation of categories

14 campaigns, etc defining campaign, event and activity

15, 16 planning sheet template for student to plan their first activity

17 our starting points three column activity sheet

18 let’s not assume what we know, what we need to learn more about

19, 20 t-shirt design how to represent our vision, goals and values

21, 22 safe cycling three road safety quizzes

23, 24 2nd & 3rd event blank & Bike to School Week

25, 26 planning sheet template for student to plan their first activity

27 social preparedness to make your events something you’re proud of

28 Six Thinking Hats adapted use of Dr Edward DeBono’s review tool

29 Haiku active school travel with eyes and ears open

30 Improv what can we learn from improv theatre

31 cover categories of success


Everyone is Talented, Original and Has Something Important to Say.

Brenda Ueland, 1938

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