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1-1. Training of Trainers. The goal of the Training of Trainers (TOT) is to give new trainers the background knowledge, skills and practical experience to provide Communities That Care training and technical assistance to communities. 1-2. Training of Trainers.

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The goal of the Training of Trainers (TOT)is to give new trainers the background knowledge, skills and practical experience to provide Communities That Care training and technical assistance to communities.

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Participants will be able to:
  • Use effective teaching methods.
  • Explain the prevention-scienceresearch base and put it into practice.
  • Understand and deliver training and technical assistance components of the Communities That Care system.
  • Fulfill the responsibilities of a certified trainer.

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Effective teaching, Phase One and Phase Two Overviews

Phase Two practice presentations, Phase Three overview

Phase Three practice presentations, Phase Four overview

Phase Four practice presentations, Phase Five overview

Phase Five practice presentations, next steps

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Welcome and introductions

Overview of the TOT

Trainer development process

Effective teaching

LUNCH

Phase One overview

Phase Two overview

Preparation for Day Two presentations

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Tools and support:

  • Communities That CareTrainer Competencies chart
  • Content Mastery Assessment
  • Simulation Activity
  • Self-Assessment and Work Plan
  • TOT
  • Mentoring

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Effective teaching methods

  • Learning styles
  • Motivating participants (What’s in it for me?)

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Mental set

  • Objectives
  • Input
  • Modeling
  • Checking for understanding
  • Monitoring and adjusting
  • Giving clear instructions
  • Guided practice
  • Feedback
  • Independent practice

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Auditory

  • Visual
  • Kinesthetic

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Consider:

  • possible objections
  • benefits.

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The Social Development Strategy

  • The public health approach
  • Research-based predictors of problem behaviors and positive youthoutcomes—risk andprotective factors
  • Tested, effective prevention strategies

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The goal…

Healthy behaviors

for all children and youth

Start with…

Healthy beliefs & clear standards

…in families, schools, communities and peer groups

Build…

Bonding

• Attachment • Commitment

…to families, schools, communities and peer groups

By providing… By providing…By providing…

Opportunities SkillsRecognition

…in families, schools, communities and peer groups

And by nurturing…

Individual characteristics

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Based on research on predictors of health problems

  • Modifies predictors to prevent behavior problems
  • Can affect the entire social environment
  • Works through collaboration
  • Can create long-lasting results

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Risk factors

  • Research has identified risk factors in four domains.
  • Risk factors are predictive of higher levels of adolescent substance abuse, delinquency, teen pregnancy, school drop-out and violence.

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Research-based

  • Predictive in multiple longitudinal studies
  • Present in all areas of influence
  • Predictive of multiple problem behaviors
  • Present through development
  • Work similarly across racial lines
  • Measurable
  • Buffered by protective factors

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Availability of drugs

Availability of firearms

Community laws and norms favorable toward drug use, firearms and crime

Media portrayals of violence

Transitions and mobility

Low neighborhood attachment and community disorganization

Extreme economic deprivation

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Family history of the problem behavior

Family management problems

Family conflict

Favorable parental attitudes and involvement in the problem behavior

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Academic failure beginning in late elementary school

Lack of commitment to school

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Early and persistent antisocial behavior

Rebelliousness

Friends who engage in the problem behavior

Gang involvement

Favorable attitudes toward the problem behavior

Early initiation of the problem behavior

Constitutional factors

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Protective factors

  • Research has identified protective factors in four domains.
  • Protective factors buffer young people’s exposure to risk.

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Research-based

  • Present in all areas of influence
  • Measurable
  • Predictive of positive youth development
  • Present throughout development
  • Buffer effects of risk exposure

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Individual factors

    • High intelligence
    • Resilient temperament
    • Prosocial orientation
    • Competencies and skills
  • Prosocial opportunities
  • Reinforcement for prosocial involvement
  • Bonding
  • Healthy beliefs and clear standards

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Risk and protective factors exist in all areas of children’s lives.

  • The more risk factors present, the greater the chances of problem behavior.
  • Risk and protective factors can be present throughout development.
  • Risk factors are buffered by protective factors.

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Common risk andprotective factors predict diverse behavior problems.

  • Risk and protective factors work similarly across racial lines.
  • Both risk and protective factors should be used in prevention efforts.

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Programs, policies or practices that have demonstrated effectiveness in:

    • Reducing specific risk factors and enhancing protective factors
    • Enhancing positive behaviors and reducing negative behaviors.

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The Social Development Strategy

  • The public health approach
  • Research-based predictors of problem behaviors and positive youthoutcomes—risk andprotective factors
  • Tested, effective prevention strategies

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Purpose: Begin the Communities That Care process.

  • Identify:
    • key people
    • scope
    • readiness issues
    • resources.
  • Support: Tools for Community Leaders; Investing in Your Community’s Youth; Strategic Consultation

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Catalyst

  • Champion
  • Coordinator
  • Core work group
  • Lead agency

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Initiate site contact.

  • Provide materials.
  • Provide Strategic Consultation:
    • reach
    • throw
    • go.

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Clarification of Phase One milestones and benchmarks

  • Problem solving

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Common issues:

  • Identifying the right Catalyst, Champion and lead agency
  • Finding the time and resources to get Phase One work done

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Common issues:

  • Grant parameters
  • Data collection considerations

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Common issues:

  • Racial/ethnic/cultural divisions
  • Time commitment
  • Agency collaboration
  • Perception of duplication

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The community:

  • secures superintendent and building-level (school) permission to conduct the survey
  • determines and complies with consent requirements
  • arranges for administration
  • administers the survey
  • distributes the report to the Risk and Protective Factor Assessment work group and other stakeholders.

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Obstacles:

  • Relationship between Catalyst/Champion/core work group and school decision makers
  • Historical use of another survey
  • Concerns about controversy

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Community parameters

  • Subreports

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Purpose: Prepare Key Leaders, the Community Boardand community members for involvement by:
  • developing an organizational structure
  • creating a work plan
  • securing resources to implement the Communities That Care system
  • confirming milestones and benchmarks to create accountability.
  • Support: Key Leader Orientation, Community Board Orientation, Technical Assistance as needed

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Any questions?

  • What’s next?
  • Practice presentation assignments
  • Evaluations

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