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Title: Leadership Development 102 Basic Troop Management


1
Leadership Development 102 Basic Troop
Management
  • This course is designed to give you basic
    information you will need as a new Girl Scout
    troop leader at any Girl Scout program level. The
    course includes background information about Girl
    Scouts including the Promise and Law, the Girl
    Scout Leadership Experience, Girl Scout
    traditions, the Girl/Adult Partnership in
    planning, safety, travel, transportation,
    diversity and pluralism.
  • Resources needed to complete the Basic
    Leadership 102
  • Leader Resource Notebook
  • Safety-Wise

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Course Contents
  • Juliette Low, the Founder of Girl Scouts
  • Promise and Law
  • Girl Scout Leadership Experience
  • Girl/Adult Partnership
  • Safety-Wise
  • Diversity and Pluralism in Girl Scout Activities
  • Module Review

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Juliette Gordon Low The Founder of Girl Scouts
  • Born October 31, 1860 in Savannah, Georgia
  • Named for her Grandmother and nicknamed Daisy
  • Grew up in a family of six children
  • Enjoyed drawing, languages, swimming, dramatics
    and the outdoors

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Juliette Gordon Low The Founder of Girl Scouts
  • Daisy traveled throughout the United States and
    Europe
  • At age 26, Juliette Gordon married an Englishman
    Willie Low
  • She and Willie did not share the same interests
    and eventually separated
  • Juliette was hard of hearing.

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Juliette Gordon Low The Founder of Girl Scouts
  • She met Sir Robert Baden-Powell and his sister
    Agnes in Scotland in 1911 and remained close
    friends for the next 16 years.
  • Sir Baden-Powell started the Boy Scouts in
    England and he and his sister Agnes also began
    the Girl Guides.
  • The idea of a girls movement excited Juliette
    and she offered to lead a troop for the year she
    was in Scotland.
  • Juliette was 52 years old when she came back to
    Savannah to begin a new venture Girl Scouts.
  • On March 12, 1912 she announced to her cousin
    Ive got something for the girls of Savannah and
    all America and all the world, and were going to
    start it tonight!
  • She continued to nurture and shape the Girl Scout
    organization for the next 15 years, until her
    death in 1927.

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The Girl Scout Promise and Law The foundation of
Girl Scout values is the Promise and Law
  • The Girl Scout Promise
  • On my honor, I will try
  • To serve God and my country,
  • To help people at all times,
  • And, to live by the Girl Scout Law.
  • The Girl Scout Law
  • I will do my best to be
  • honest and fair,
  • friendly and helpful,
  • considerate and caring,
  • courageous and strong, and
  • responsible for what I say and do,
  • and to
  • respect myself and others,
  • respect authority,
  • use resources wisely,
  • make the world a better place, and
  • be a sister to every Girl Scout.

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The Girl Scout Leadership Experience
  • Girl Scout Mission Statement
  • Girl Scouting builds girls of courage, confidence
    and character,
  • who make the world a better place.
  • Girl Scout Philosophy of Leadership
  • Discover Girls will understand their
    values, and use their knowledge and skills to
    explore their world.
  • Connect Girls will care about, inspire
    and team with others locally and globally.
  • Take Action Girls will act to make the
    world a better place.
  • Girl Scout Leadership is Girl Driven,
    Learning by Doing, and Cooperative Learning.

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Girl/Adult Partnership
  • A key ingredient in the Girl Scout Leadership
    Experience is the partnership of girls and adults
    working together to plan and carry out Girl Scout
    program.
  • Girls mature as they learn to make choices that
    develop their competence and self-esteem.
  • Girls who are encouraged to be actively involved
    will develop leadership skills, accept
    responsibility, will enjoy their Girl Scout
    experience and stay involved.
  • Leaders grow with the girls through the process
    of trying, succeeding and learning from mistakes.
  • Permission to fail and move on is an important
    component of the growth process.
  • By working together, girls and adults make the
    most of the Girl Scout Girl/Adult Partnership and
    the Girl Scout Leadership Experience.

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Girl/Adult Partnership
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Diversity and Pluralism in Girl Scout Activities
  • Diversity is the state of being different.
  • Girl Scouts is open to all girls and adults who
    want to be members and who agree to accept the
    Girl Scout Promise and Law.
  • Diversity includes age, religion, parental
    status, education, ethnicity and geographic
    location.
  • Each of us brings broad dimensions of diversity
    to our roles in Girl Scouts.

Diversity is counting people for their
uniqueness.
  • Pluralism involves inclusive systems and
    respectful relationships among individuals or
    groups differing in basic background, experiences
    and culture.
  • In Girl Scouts our key values include the
    development of common tradition, respect for
    diversity and individual differences.

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Juliette did not allow the social idea about
Womens Work or roles to interfere with her
creativity or her commitment to develop a new
organization.
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Daisy had a hearing impairment, yet she didnt
let this deter her in any way.
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Juliette realized that she could live her life
pursuing her personal interests, despite an
unhappy marriage.
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Juliette began with a dream to start Girl
Scouting, and made it come true.
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Juliette began the Girl Scout movement at an age
when most people were considered too old to
begin new ventures.
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Girls develop positive attitudes.
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Girls feel empowered to make a difference in the
world.
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Girls advance diversity in a multicultural world.
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They have a strong sense of self.
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They promote cooperation and team building.
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They can identify community needs.
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Girls and adults work in partnership in making
decisions and planning.
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All girls are welcome regardless of socioeconomic
status racial, ethnic, cultural or religious
background or ability.
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Girl Scouts, in their Girl Scout capacity, may
not solicit money for other organizations.
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Girl Scout Brownies should participate in archery.
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It is appropriate for a troop planning a trip to
England to contact the countys Girl Guide
Association office directly for help with its
travel plan.
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The following activities, among others, are not
permitted in the Girl Scout program hang
gliding, trampoline, parasailing.
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Ethnicity
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Friendly and helpful
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Gender
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Help people at all times
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Respect myself and others
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Culture
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Socioeconomic Status
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Be a sister to every Girl Scout
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Juliette Gordon Low (Daisy) was the founder of
Girl Scouts in the United States.
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The Promise and Law are the foundation of Girl
Scout values.
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The Girl Scout Leadership Experience describes
the way girls grow and develop through Girl
Scout program experiences.
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Diversity (count people) refers to the ways in
which a person might be different from someone
else.
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The Girl/Adult Partnership describes how girls
and adults work together to plan and carry out
activities in Girl Scouts.
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Safety-Wise is the resource book for Girl Scout
safety and program standards.
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Pluralism (people count) refers to what we do
to make people feel welcome in Girl Scouts.
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Quiz
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Thank you for completing this online training, in
order to receive credit for this test, please
complete and submit the form. By finishing this
training, you are on your way to earning your
Adult Development Pin, which can be purchased at
the council shop. If you have any questions,
please contact susanrussell_at_girlscoutsaz.org
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