Presentation on theme: "Youth Who Thrive Designing Programs for Autonomy, Relatedness, and Competence."— Presentation transcript:
Youth Who Thrive Designing Programs for Autonomy, Relatedness, and Competence
Youth Who Thrive Global Outcomes What long-term outcomes do we want to achieve?
Youth Who Thrive Learning Outcomes What short-term learning outcomes do we want to achieve?
Youth Who Thrive Feeling Outcomes What short-term feeling outcomes do we want to achieve?
Youth Who Thrive Behaving Outcomes What short-term behaving outcomes do we want to achieve?
Youth Who Thrive Program Features and Practices What activities and why? ActivityOutcome
Youth Who Thrive Relatedness Program Features Program featuresProgram practices Supportive relationships Opportunities to belong Positive social norms Integrating family, school, community efforts
Youth Who Thrive Autonomy & Competence Features Program features Program practices Physical, psychological safety Appropriate structure Youth being effective, feeling valued Skill building opportunities
Youth Who Thrive Autonomy, Relatedness & Competence Features Program featuresProgram practices Diversity of experience Customized youth programming