Addressing Risk Behavior through Positive Youth Development Strategies

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Add to Calendar 2011-04-13 16:00:00 2011-04-13 16:00:00 Addressing Risk Behavior through Positive Youth Development Strategies Description This session highlighted features of strength-based strategies to enhance the positive development of students at various developmental stages. Evidence was shared on how these strategies both enhance thriving behaviors in students (e.g. exhibiting leadership, valuing diversity) and reduce health-compromising risky behaviors (e.g. alcohol and other drug use, acts of violence). Practical every day strategies for integration of the strategies into the school environment were featured. Intended Audience This Webinar is appropriate for school administrators, teacher leaders, professional and certified staff, home-school liaisons, guidance counselors, and social workers.   Webinar Materials View the Webinar recording (Windows Media Video)Having difficulty viewing the video? Download the presentation slides (PDF) Questions and Anwers (PDF) noreply@air.org America/New_York public

Description

This session highlighted features of strength-based strategies to enhance the positive development of students at various developmental stages. Evidence was shared on how these strategies both enhance thriving behaviors in students (e.g. exhibiting leadership, valuing diversity) and reduce health-compromising risky behaviors (e.g. alcohol and other drug use, acts of violence). Practical every day strategies for integration of the strategies into the school environment were featured.

Intended Audience

This Webinar is appropriate for school administrators, teacher leaders, professional and certified staff, home-school liaisons, guidance counselors, and social workers.
 

Webinar Materials

View the Webinar recording (Windows Media Video)
Having difficulty viewing the video?

Download the presentation slides (PDF)

Questions and Anwers (PDF)


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