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1 Giving Kids What They Need to Succeed
“THE POWER OF ONE!” “Developmental AssetsTM #101” Keith Pattinson

2 The 40 Developmental AssetsTM
The 40 Developmental Assets are building blocks that can help all kids grow up to be healthy, caring and responsible Search InstituteSM describes them as “positive experiences and personal qualities that young people need to grow up healthy, caring and responsible.”

3 The Categories of Developmental Assets
External Assets Support Empowerment Boundaries and Expectations Constructive Use of Time Internal Assets Commitment to Learning Positive Values Social Competencies Positive Identity T3

4 40 Developmental Assets EXTERNAL ASSETS Support Family support
Positive family communication Other adult relationships Caring neighborhood Caring school climate Parent involvement in schooling Empowerment Community values youth Youth as resources Service to others Safety Copyright © Search Institute

5 40 Developmental Assets EXTERNAL ASSETS Boundaries and Expectations
Family boundaries School boundaries Neighborhood boundaries Adult role models Positive peer influence High expectations Constructive Use of Time Creative activities Youth programs Religious community Time at home Copyright © Search Institute

6 40 Developmental Assets INTERNAL ASSETS Commitment to Learning
Achievement motivation School engagement Homework Bonding to school Reading for pleasure Positive Values Caring Equality and social justice Integrity Honesty Responsibility Restraint Copyright © Search Institute

7 40 Developmental Assets INTERNAL ASSETS Social Competencies
Planning and decision making Interpersonal competence Cultural competence Resistance skills Peaceful conflict resolution Positive Identity Personal power Self-esteem Sense of purpose Positive view of personal future Copyright © Search Institute

8 The Gap in Assets Among Youth
Informal comparisons of gaps in Assets in the lives of American / Canadian young people participating in student profile surveys show little difference in the number of Assets reported

9 The Gap in Assets Among Youth
Copyright © Search Institute 5 Report Number 4028 School District of Okanagan Skaha

10 The Power of Assets to Protect
Starting and Supporting Asset Building in Communities T6

11 The Power of Assets to Promote
Starting and Supporting Asset Building in Communities T7

12 Principals of Asset Building
All children and youth need assets. Relationships are key. Everyone can build assets. Asset building is an ongoing process. Delivering consistent messages is crucial Duplication and repetition are necessary. Copyright © Search Institute

13 A New View FROM… Young people’s  problems Professional’s work 
As an Asset Builder you will probably find it helpful to change your view FROM… Young people’s  problems Professional’s work  Young people  absorbing resources Troubled young  people TO… Young people’s strengths Everyone’s work Young people as resources All young people

14 Bibliography Search Institute Home July 2004 <http://www.search-institute.org/>. The following are trademarks of Search Institute: Developmental AssetsTM and Search InstituteSM Byers, Mary, and Kathryn L. Hong, eds. Essentials of Asset Building: A Curriculum for Trainers. Revised by: James Conway. Designed by: Wendy Johnson Production manager: Rebecca Manfredini. Minneapolis: Search Institute, 2002.

15 PowerPoint Created by: Rachael M. Dillman
Thank You PowerPoint Created by: Rachael M. Dillman

16 When I leave this workshop and return to my
family, community, neighborhood or place of work….. I plan to… do what? (Explain your asset building idea) _ In order to enhance or introduce assets in the lives of children and young people who are….or could be within my influence.


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