Ramifications of the National Research Committee's Study: Group Projects to Advance Youth Improvement.


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Ramifications of the National Research Council\'s Study: Community Programs to Promote Youth Development Presentation bundle made by: Community Network for Youth Development John W. Gardner Center for Youth and Their Communities NRC

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Implications of the National Research Council\'s Study Committee on Community-Level Programs for Youth Board on Children, Youth, and Families Institute of Medicine National Research Council

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Presentation Overview Implications of the National Research Council\'s Study Background Report Findings Assets Developmental Settings Report Implications Infrastructure Where We Stand Policy and Practice Evaluation Research How the Report Can Be Used Resources

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Established the Committee on Community-Level Programs for Youth Released its report: Community Programs to Promote Youth Development Background Implications of the National Research Council\'s Study National Research Council and Institute of Medicine

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Background Implications of the National Research Council\'s Study NRC Report: What is the lineage ? Stipend Commission on Work, Family and Citizenship: The Forgotten Half. (1988) Carnegie Corporation Task Force on the Education of Young Adolescents: Turning Points. (1989) Carnegie Council on Adolescent Development: A Matter of Time: Risk and Opportunity in the Non-School Hours. (1992)

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Background Implications of the National Research Council\'s Study Why an emphasis on group? Society misses out when youth become lost despite a general sense of vigilance in establishments that could set them up for a profitable future. Group checks – regardless – in light of these institutional crevices and unmet requirements for bolster, tend to solid improvement. - Milbrey McLaughlin, Stanford University, Community Counts

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Background Implications of the National Research Council\'s Study Social powers have changed family and group life Informal people group support for youngsters has debilitated High rates of family versatility Greater obscurity in neighborhoods Extensive media introduction to subjects of brutality and overwhelming utilization of medications & liquor Deterioration and confusion of neighborhoods and schools

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Background Implications of the National Research Council\'s Study What is Youth Development? Youth Development is the securing of mentalities, capabilities, qualities, and social aptitudes that will convey youth forward into fruitful adulthood. - National Research Council

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Addressing youth issues is basic… But, issue free is not completely arranged Background Implications of the National Research Council\'s Study Youth Development: A Paradigm Shift Positive Development Primary Prevention High Risk Treatment

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Report Findings Implications of the National Research Council\'s Study Findings about Adolescent Well-Being All young need an assortment of encounters to create to their maximum capacity. Some young are doing exceptionally well. Some adolescent are going out on a limb and doing inadequately. Some young have unmet needs and are especially at danger of partaking in issue practices.

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Report Findings Physical Development Intellectual Development Psychological and Emotional Development Social Development Implications of the National Research Council\'s Study The NRC Framework : Assets that Facilitate Positive Youth Development

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Report Findings Implications of the National Research Council\'s Study The NRC Framework : Assets that Facilitate Positive Youth Development Physical Development Good wellbeing propensities Good wellbeing hazard administration aptitudes Intellectual Development Psychological & Emotional Development Social Development

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Report Findings Implications of the National Research Council\'s Study The NRC Framework : Assets that Facilitate Positive Youth Development Physical Development Good wellbeing propensities Good wellbeing hazard administration abilities Intellectual Development Knowledge of crucial life aptitudes Knowledge of key professional aptitudes School achievement Good basic leadership abilities And more Psychological & Emotional Development Social Development

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Report Findings Implications of the National Research Council\'s Study The NRC Framework : Assets that Facilitate Positive Youth Development Physical Development Good wellbeing propensities Good wellbeing hazard administration abilities Intellectual Development Knowledge of vital life abilities Knowledge of vital professional aptitudes School achievement Good basic leadership aptitudes And more Psychological & Emotional Development Good psychological well-being Good adapting aptitudes Good clash determination abilities Strong good character And more Social Development

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Report Findings Implications of the National Research Council\'s Study The NRC Framework : Assets that Facilitate Positive Youth Development Physical Development Good wellbeing propensities Good wellbeing hazard administration aptitudes Intellectual Development Knowledge of key life abilities Knowledge of key professional aptitudes School achievement Good basic leadership abilities And more Psychological & Emotional Development Good emotional well-being Good adapting aptitudes Good clash determination aptitudes Strong good character And more Social Development Connectedness Sense of social spot/incorporation Attachment to prosocial foundations Ability to explore in various social connections Commitment to urban engagement

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Report Findings Implications of the National Research Council\'s Study Key Take-Aways Healthy advancement requires building a mix of advantages crosswise over resource spaces Having a bigger number of benefits is superior to having few

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Physical and mental security Appropriate structure Supportive connections Opportunities to have a place Positive social standards Support for viability and mattering Opportunities for expertise building Integration of family, school, and group endeavors Report Findings Implications of the National Research Council\'s Study Features of Positive Developmental Settings

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Supportive Practices Increase safe companion cooperations Decrease dangerous or angry associate collaborations Regular registration with youth Report Findings Implications of the National Research Council\'s Study Physical and Psychological Safety Opposite Poles Physical and wellbeing perils Feelings of trepidation and instability Sexual and physical badgering and verbal misuse

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Supportive Practices Opportunities for social consideration for all gatherings Active effort to expand differing qualities of members Encouragement of solid constructive social character arrangement Support for social and multi-social capabilities Report Findings Implications of the National Research Council\'s Study Opportunities to Belong Opposite Poles Exclusionary rehearses by staff Ignoring exclusionary conduct among the members Tolerance of tormenting or other unfair conduct

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Supportive Practices Youth-based strengthening hones Opportunities to give significant administrations to one " s group Opportunities to move into positions of authority and obligation Report Findings Implications of the National Research Council\'s Study Opportunities for Mattering Opposite Poles Excessive grown-up control Limited chances to give esteemed commitments Limited chances to authority parts in association

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Report Findings Implications of the National Research Council\'s Study Key Take-Aways Young individuals are affected by a scope of encounters that happen in a scope of settings Those settings that have a constructive effect share a few essential attributes Youth flourish when messages and backings from school, family and group are reasonable and commonly fortifying

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Report Implications of the National Research Council\'s Study Where We Stand Now We know a great deal about what works We know substantially less about how to make and manage programs high in encounters that work Current financing and strategy atmospheres makes it extremely troublesome for staff to make and maintain backings and open doors for constructive youth improvement

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Report Implications of the National Research Council\'s Study Recommendations for Policy and Practice Ensure projects are all around composed and in light of a formative system Provide a sufficient exhibit of project open doors for different youth Create locally fitting instruments for checking the accessibility, and nature of projects Provide assets to bolster group level programming

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Report Implications of the National Research Council\'s Study Recommendations for Evaluation Should be suitably adjusted to the traits of the project, the accessible assets, and the objectives of the assessment Funding ought to guarantee projects are very much outlined at first and after that assessed in the most proper way

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Report Implications of the National Research Council\'s Study Recommendations for Research Fund exhaustive longitudinal and trial research on the individual and social resources that shape youth advancement Promote more thorough exploration to recognize key components of projects advancing youth prosperity and improvement, with specific thoughtfulness regarding the necessities of an inexorably assorted youth populace

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Report Implications of the National Research Council\'s Study Recommendations for Data Collection and Social Indicator Data Promote the improvement of social marker information that assembles comprehension of how projects are executed and enhances the capacity to screen programs Fund youth improvement reviews in more states and groups, and the advancement of more vigorous overview measures Fund open doors for individual projects and groups to enhance their ability to gather and utilize social pointer information

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How the Report Can Be Used Implications of the Nation

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