SLAM model learning outcomes are organized according to HKI-SLAM’s Core Beliefs (CBs) about leadership, service, and service leadership. The contents within parentheses following a learning outcome identify SLAM curriculum strands that can be used to help students attain the learning outcome.

The categories of curriculum strand are: Essential Knowledge Strands (EKS), Essential Skills Strands (ESSs, and Essential Values Strands (EVS).

Core Belief 2 –

“Everyday, every human occupies a position of leadership and possesses the potential to improve his or her leadership quality and effectiveness.” - Po Chung 2011

CB 2 Learning Outcomes:

  1. The learner will identify two personal acts of leadership s/he performed in the past week in each of the three realms (individual – group – systems) and then briefly describe to peers how the actions taken were the result of an intentional leadership process.* (EKS 1-2, 7-9) (ESS 1-5, 7-8) (EVS 2-6)
  2. The learner will give an oral presentation and/or performance explaining and demonstrating why followers and subordinates are likely to not be inspired by a selfish, uncaring, or incompetent leader.* (EKS 1, 3-7, 9, 11-12) (ESS 7)

* Prior to any summative evaluation, students will be provided with a rubric correlated with the actual content and learning activities they experienced in a SLAM course or program. While “be able to write a short essay explaining” is the action described most often in SLAM learning outcomes, HKI-SLAM recognizes that other products such as oral presentations, projects, blogs, or simulated websites can be used to measure the same level of attainment.