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In 2010, Adam Fletcher presented this presentation at the annual CDC-DASH conference on behalf of the WA State Department of Health

In 2010, Adam Fletcher presented this presentation at the annual CDC-DASH conference on behalf of the WA State Department of Health

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  • Ensuring Program Success through Youth/ Adult Partnerships Washington State Department of Health Adam Fletcher, CSH Manager
  • WHAT AREYOUTH/ADULT PARTNERSHIPS? • Rigorous – Constant Attention to Ethical Considerations • Relevant – Involvement Does Not Mean Engagement • Relational – Equity, Not EqualitySource: Fletcher, A. (2007) Washington Youth Voice Handbook. Olympia, WA: CommonAction. Retrieved 2/21/09 from http://www.commonaction.org/WYVH.pdf
  • CYCLE OF ENGAGEMENTSource: Fletcher, A. (2007) Guide to Social Change Led By and With Young People. Olympia, WA: The Freechild Project. Retrieved 2/21/09 from http://www.freechild.org/socialchangeguide.htm
  • Young People As… Researchers Advocates Planners Learners Source: Fletcher, A. (2005) Stories of Meaningful Student Evaluators Teachers Involvement. Bothel, WA: HumanLinks Foundation. Retrieved 2/18/09 from http:// Decision www.soundout.org/MSIStories.pdf Makers
  • CHANGING SYSTEMS • Take Action • Change Attitudes • Modify Procedures • Reform Policies • Develop Structures • Transform CultureSource: Fletcher, A. (2005) Meaningful Student Involvement Guide to Students as Partners. Bothel, WA: HumanLinks Foundation. p 9. Retrieved 2/18/09 from http://www.soundout.org/MSIGuide.pdf
  • OUTCOMES • Attitudes – Self-Efficacy, Engagement, Democracy • Skills – Personal, Social, Employment, Cultural • Knowledge – Academic, “Real-World”Source: Fletcher, A. (2005) Meaningful Student Involvement Guide to Students as Partners. Bothel, WA: HumanLinks Foundation. p 17-20. Retrieved 2/18/09 from http://www.soundout.org/MSIGuide.pdf
  • BARRIERS • Structures – Cultures, Policies, Procedures • Adults – Tradition, Entrenchment • Students – ConditioningSource: Fletcher, A. (2005) Meaningful Student Involvement Guide to Students as Partners. Bothel, WA: HumanLinks Foundation. p 21. Retrieved 2/18/09 from http://www.soundout.org/MSIGuide.pdf
  • RESOURCES • Research • Organizations • Publications • ExamplesSource: Fletcher, A. (2005) Meaningful Student Involvement Resources. Bothel, WA: HumanLinks Foundation. Retrieved 2/18/09 from http://www.soundout.org/MSIResources.pdf
  • Thank you! Adam Fletcheradam.fletcher@doh.wa.gov (360)236-3740