Quote - "I watch what I do to see what I believe."
Quote: "It's not the load that breaks you down, its the way you carry it". Lou Holtz
"Thou hast only to follow the wall far enough and there will be a door in it." Marquerite de Angeli
Quote - "The simple wonder of nature will never be surpassed by the glow of a screen."
Poster Quote - "Only as high as I reach can I grow, only as far as I seek can I go, only as deep as I look can I see, only as much as I dream can I be." Karen Ravn
If your organization, whether a school or youth-serving organization, is striving to implement the Developmental Asset® framework, you’ll want to consider ways to sustain the focus on integrating these principles into daily practice. A great way to do that is to infuse your staff/faculty meetings with simple strategies. Try these.
Use this simple Relationship Plan to intentionally consider how you will increase the level of relationship with each young person in your sphere of influence . . . but particularly those you know less well. For those of you in education settings, you are accustomed to building lesson plans. This tool helps you put the value of RELATIONSHIPS on par with curricular content.
Read about this favorite strategy to increase participant engagement, provide opportunity to integrate learning, and deepen retention of content. It's simple and effective.
Free Resouce: Asset Blocks. “Jenga” style wooden blocks with clear labels applied identifying the 40 Developmental Assets and the eight categories of assets.
Getting To Outcomes with Developmental Assets (AGTO) eLearning modules.
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