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PYD Manual
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  • 1. Positive Youth Development Origins, Research and Concepts
  • 2. Prevention Research: What predicts and prevents poor health outcomes?
  • 3. Risk Factors: Community Availability of Drugs X X Availability of Firearms X X Community Laws and Norms Favorable Toward Drug Use, Firearms, and Crime X X X Media Portrayals of Violence X X Transitions and Mobility X X Low Neighborhood Attachment and Community Disorganization X X X Extreme Economic Deprivation X X X X X
  • 4. Resiliency Research: What explains success despite the odds?
  • 5. Results of Resiliency Research INDIVIDUAL TRAITS • Social Competence • Problem Solving Skills • Autonomy • Sense of Purpose, Belief in a Bright Future ENVIRONMENTAL TRAITS • Caring Relationships • High Expectations • Opportunities for Participation
  • 6. Youth Development Research: What predicts and promotes thriving?
  • 7. Search Institute’s The Origin of “Assets” External Assets • Support • Empowerment • Boundaries and Expectations • Constructive Use of Time Internal Assets • Commitment to Learning • Positive Values • Social Competencies • Positive Identity
  • 8. Relationship of Assets to Negative Outcomes Percent of Teens Number of assets 49 27 11 3 61 38 19 7 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 0-10 Assets 11-20 Assets 21-30 Assets 31-40 Assets Alcohol Use Violence Copyright © 2001 by Search Institute
  • 9. Thriving Indicators by Asset Level Succeeds in School Maintains Good Health
  • 10. Risk and Protective Factors at Work Protective Factors Risk Factors Positive Outcomes
  • 11. National Research Council (2002) Features of Positive Developmental Settings Physical and Psychological Safety Appropriate Structures Supportive Relationships Opportunities to Belong Positive Social Norms Support for Efficacy and Mattering Opportunities for Skill Building Integration of Family, School and Community Efforts
  • 12. “Problem free is not fully prepared. Fully prepared is not fully engaged.” Karen Pittman
  • 13. What is Positive Youth Development? A philosophy or approach that guides communities in the way they organize programs and supports so that young people can develop to their full potential!
  • 14. Key Principles of Youth Development • Positive Outcomes • Youth Voice • Strategies Aim To Involve All Youth • Long Term Involvement • Community Involvement • Focus On Collaboration
  • 15. Traditional Approach Positive Youth Development Adapted from Karen Pittman Participation Preparation Prevention Intervention Crisis Shared Leadership

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