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IFAS Extension Goal 3, Logic Model and Communications Plan Life Skills Developed in Youth Through Subject Matter Experi PowerPoint Presentation
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IFAS Extension Goal 3, Logic Model and Communications Plan Life Skills Developed in Youth Through Subject Matter Experi

IFAS Extension Goal 3, Logic Model and Communications Plan Life Skills Developed in Youth Through Subject Matter Experi

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  1. Situation Statement • Florida 4-H annually educates over 240,000 youth enrolled in programs in all 67 Florida counties, reaching youth 5 to 18 years of age. 4-H utilizes a variety of project and subject matter skills to engage youth in areas of interest. Subject matter programs and projects, additionally, become the "vehicle" through which youth engage with other adults, become self-directed learners, set goals, make independent choices and decisions, and gain mastery and accomplishment from their experiences.Florida 4-H programs target youth development "life skills" as outcomes for young people through the outreach education of subject matter educational programs and projects of the land-grant university. Youth will be able to: • Effectively communicate with others; • Develop and maintain positive relationships with others; • Process information to make effective decisions and positive choices; • Lead and contribute to others (peers, family, community); • Demonstrate marketable/productive skills for work and family life. IFAS Extension Goal 3, Logic Model and Communications Plan Life Skills Developed in Youth Through Subject Matter Experiences Rationale To develop marketable/productive skills for work and family life has been sited by Connell, Gambone, and Smith (2000) as a major outcome for positive youth development. Learning to be productive: do well in school; develop positive outside interests and acquire basic life skills for work and family life is a basic transition from youth to adulthood. These skills transcend into economic self-sufficiency, positive family and social relationships and community involvement in adulthood.Research studies indicate that the more internal assets and life skills/competencies youth build the more likely they are to grow up healthy, confident, responsible and are less likely to become engaged in risky behaviors. Local Situation and Goals/Objectives (insert) Activity Types Advisory Committee Classroom Enrichment Clinics Consultation County Events Curriculum Development Demonstration/Field Trials Developing Educational Materials Developing Partnerships / Collaborations District Events Facilitating Groups Fairs/Exhibits Field Days Funding Efforts Group Teaching Events In-Service Training Marketing Needs Assessment Program Development Reporting Results State/National Event Video Conference Working with Media