- Voice & Choice – Providing young people with authentic, meaningful choices is a hallmark of truly engaging environments. This workshop is focused on providing meaningful choice within activities and voice within the youth program itself.
- Building Community – This lively workshop introduces participants to numerous community-building and relationship-building activities.
- Cooperative Learning – This workshop addresses youth’s interaction in groups—both the cooperative learning environment and leadership opportunities.
- Active Learning – Introduces the remarkable benefits of providing opportunities for youth to actively explore materials and ideas. The workshop introduces the “ingredients” of active learning as well as methods for creating high-impact, active environments.
- Scaffolding for Success – How do you set the bar high for youth and help them exceed their expectations? This workshop is about working closely with youth to find their learning edge and helping them experience just the right amount of challenge.
- Ask-Listen-Encourage – Introduces a method for building supportive, youth-centered relationships. The workshop prepares participants to ask lots of effective questions, to listen actively to youth, and to encourage youth by tapping their intrinsic motivation.
Who should attend?
The Youth Work Methods workshops are designed to empower direct-staff with tools that will increase the quality of their work with youth.
Registration Deadline: September 3
When: Thursday September 16,2010
Where: Franklin University
lake Point Center 5 8415 Allison Point Blvd., Suite 400
Indianapolis, In 46250
Click here to register: http://www.rsvpbook.com/event.php?417316