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An Equal Opportunity Institution

Encouraging Independence through Project Work

Sonja Crawford, 4-H Coordinator / Livestock Agent III, Hendry County

Kate Fogarty, 4-H Youth Development Specialist

Special Thanks to:

Geralyn

Sachs, 4-H Extension Agent II, St. John’s CountySlide2

Overview

Independence – What is it?

Fostering Independence in Project Work

Goal Setting/Helping Youth Make Progress toward Self-set goals, Empowering vs. Enabling

Recognizing Independence through Helping Youth Set

Their Own Goals

Review of Standards of Excellence

Summary, Questions, Evaluation

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Independence Defined

“I pledge my

head

to clearer thinking…”

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Independence Defined

In order to develop self-confidence, youth need to feel and believe that they are capable, and they must gain experience at solving problems and meeting challenges. They need to know that they are able to influence people and events through decision-making and action. They need opportunities to understand themselves and become independent thinkers. (University of California Cooperative Extension Service – Project Leader’s Digest – ANR Publication 21729)

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Independence: Questions to Ask Youth

How

are you going to influence people and/or events through decision

making (your decisions)?

What did you learn or discover from participating in your project that can be applied to the future?

How does what you learned relate to other parts of your life?

How can you use what you learned outside this project in other settings?

How will this experience change the way you approach a similar task in the future?

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Setting Project Goals

Part of fostering youth independence is to help them set their own project goals.

When youth achieve goals they set for themselves, they gain a sense of independence and accomplishment

Youth also learn where their skills measure up in terms of “Standards of Excellence” in independent projects

Standards of Excellence will be covered later in this presentation

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Setting Project Goals

If we don’t know WHERE we are GOING… HOW will we ever know IF we get THERE?

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Setting Project Goals

(type

your answer in chat box)

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Setting Project Goals

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Setting Project Goals

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Goal Setting: Enabling vs. Empowering

Enabling

Behaviors that put the adult leader between youth and life experience

Fosters dependence

Empowering

Turning control over to youth so have a sense of control over their own lives & decisions

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Enabling versus Empowering

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Setting Project Goals

Question:

Describe a meaningful 4-H Youth Project Goal…

(type your answer in chat box)

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Setting Project Goals: Review

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Progress Towards Goals

What are some ways we encourage 4-H youth to make progress toward goals that youth set for themselves?

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Achievement of

Standards of Excellence

What do you think of when you hear “achievement of standards of excellence”?

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(type your

answer in chat box)Slide17

Standards of Excellence

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Questions?

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‘It’s

Not

About the Ribbons’

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References

Revised

2013. Florida 4-H Recognition for Excellence, Helping Youth Grow.

http://florida4h.org/staff/awards_handbook/overview/introduction.pdf  

University of California Cooperative Extension Service (2007). Project Leader’s Digest – ANR Publication 21729. http://4h.ucanr.edu/files/4462.pdf Shenandoah Valley Teen Challenge. Am I enabling or empowering?

Blog post accessed on http://svtc.info/am-i-enabling-or-empowering/

Fogarty, K. (2009). Teening-Up: A curriculum for parents of teens aged 10-19. UF/IFAS Extension.

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Encouraging Independence through Project Work Sonja Crawford 4H Coordinator Livestock Agent III Hendry County Kate Fogarty 4H Youth Development Specialist Special Thanks to Geralyn Sachs 4H Extension Agent II St Johns County ID: 539415 Download Presentation

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