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ABAN AYA Classroom Content. INFORMATION Prevalence and nature of risky behaviors Consequences of engaging in risky behaviors On the proper use of medicines SOCIAL INFLUENCES Awareness of social influences from peers, family, media, etc Corrections of normative misperceptions.

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ABAN AYA Classroom Content

  • INFORMATION

    • Prevalence and nature of risky behaviors

    • Consequences of engaging in risky behaviors

    • On the proper use of medicines

  • SOCIAL INFLUENCES

    • Awareness of social influences from peers, family, media, etc

    • Corrections of normative misperceptions

  • PROBLEM SOLVING

    • Decision making

    • Goal setting

  • SOCIAL SKILLS

    • Assertiveness/Resistance skills

    • Risk management or avoidance

    • Conflict resolution, mediation

    • Social networking

  • CULTURAL PRACTICES AND VALUES

    • Cultural pride/history (Kwanzza - Nguzo Saba)

    • Articulation of community roles


Male violence growth curves by condition aban aya 4 schools per condition
Male violence growth curves by condition (Aban Aya 4 schools per condition)





Summary of mediation results for males aban aya
Summary of Mediation Results for Males (Aban Aya) who most need it!

Intentions

Attitudes

SDC & SC

Violence

Estimate

Frnd Bhv.

Attitudes

Estimate

SDC& SC

Sub. Use

Frnd Bhv.

Encourage

SDC

Condom Use

Mediation analyses not yet done


Positive action overview
Positive Action who most need it!Overview

  • The core of Positive Action is contained in an underlying philosophy that is described in the Thoughts-Actions-Feelings Circle.

  • Positive Action teaches the positive actions for the whole self through six units that are contained in six program components.

  • The six completely prepared components are:

    • Teacher/staff training

    • K-12 curriculum

    • Climate Development

    • Counselors program

    • Family program

    • Community program


Logic theoretic model of the expected effects of the positive action program
Logic/Theoretic Model of the Expected Effects of the who most need it!Positive Action Program

Program Components

Immediate Outcomes

Climate Development, Family Kit,

Teacher/Staff Training,

K–12 Instruction Curriculum, Drug Education Supplements,

Community Kit,

Counseling Kit

* Improved relationships among school administrators, teachers, parents & community.

* Improved classroom management.

* Increased involvement of school with

parents & community.

Improved

Learning

Environment

Expected Impact

Expected Effects

PA Unit

Fewer Disciplinary

Problems; Reduced

Substance Use;

Less Violence

Attitudes Toward Behaviors,

Social Normative Beliefs,

Self-Efficacy

  • Improved character/self-concept

  • Learning/Study skills

  • Self-Management

  • Interpersonal/social skills

  • Self-honesty, responsibility

  • Goal setting, future orientation

Improved

Social

and

Character

Development

Improved School

Attendance, Grades

and Test Scores


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