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Better Choices, Better Futures Presentation

  1. 1. WELCOME TO OUR TEAM PROJECT PRESENTATION! This presentation is fully automated and runs approximately 8:30 minutes. Simply start the slideshow by going to the “Slide Show” drop down menu at the top of your screen and clicking “Play From Start.”
  2. 2. A Shaun Tomson, Paul Foster, Jeremy Gorzynski, Gregory Hennick, Kenneth Rose and Joshua Dodds project.
  3. 3. DEVELOPMENT Through ice breaker exercises, our team established a common interest in helping adolescents. Compounding from that idea we established Better Choices, Better Futures: an online network designed to distribute resources to assist teenagers in combating poor decisions.
  4. 4. OUR MISSION “This team strives to empower teenagers by providing a network of resources to guide them in their struggle to make responsible choices.”
  5. 5. OUR STRATEGY To further our mission, we set several goals: - Build a web site to distribute the resources - Create a Facebook Page that elicits 1000 “likes” - Create a Twitter Account that attracts 100 followers - Create this presentation - Complete these goals by March 22, 2014
  7. 7. RESULTS As of March 22, 2014: Faceboo k Twitter ( Estimated Website Visits)
  8. 8. Thank you for your support! (You will be redirected to the Works Cited Page momentarily.)
  9. 9. WORKS CITED Alcohol and Drugs Page  Foundation For a Drug Free World (2014). Electronic references. Retrieved from drugs.html  National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence, Inc. (2014). Electronic References. Retrieved from  Do Something. (2014). Electronic References. Retrieved from and-alcohol  National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism. (2014) Electronic Reference. Retrieved from Module10A.html (* Click to Advance Slide)
  10. 10. WORKS CITED Bullying Page  The Great American NO BULL Challenge (2013). The Great American NO BULL Challenge. Retrieved from  Help Guide.Org (n.d.). Deal with a Bully and Overcome Bullying: Helping bullied kids and teens and those who bully them. Retrieved from  Stop Bulling.Gov (n.d.). Bullying Definition | Retrieved from bullying/definition/index.html  Triple2013 (2012). Cypress Ranch High School Anti-Bullying Lip Dub "Who Do U Think U R?". Retrieved from (* Click to Advance Slide)
  11. 11. WORKS CITED Peer Influence Page  Parker-Pope, T. (February 3, 2011). Teenagers, Friends and Bad Decisions. The New York Times. Retrieved on March 4, 2014 from decisions/?_php=true&_type=blogs&_php=true&_type=blogs&emc=et a1&_r=1.  Nauert, R. (June 6, 2013). Younger Than You Think: Peer Pressure Begins in Elementary School. PsychCentral. Retrieved on March 4, 2014 from you-think-peer-pressure-begins-in-elementary-school/55667.html.  Wang, S. (June 7, 2013). Peer Pressure for Teens Paves the Path to Adulthood. The Wall Street Journal. Retrrieved on March 4, 2014 from 8551462766909232?mg=reno64- wsj& 127887324520904578551462766909232.html.  Peer Pressure. (n.d.). Peer Pressure. The Cool Spot. Retrieved on March 4, 2014 from  Peer Pressure. (n.d). Peer Pressure. KidsHealth. Retrieved on March 4, 2014 from (* Click to Advance Slide)
  12. 12. WORKS CITED Driving Page  Texting & Driving - It Can Wait. (2014, April 9). Retrieved from  Texting and Driving Statistics. (2014, March 7). Retrieved from (* Click to Advance Slide)
  13. 13. WORKS CITED The Code Page  Keeney, R.L., Palley A.B. Decision Strategies to Reduce Teenage and Young Adult Deaths in the United States. Risk Analysis, 2013; 33(9): 161-1676.  Tomson, S. (2013). The Code: The Power of “I Will” (1st ed.). Layton, UT: Gibbs Smith  Northouse, P. G. (2013). Leadership: Theory and practice (6th ed.). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications. (* Click to Advance Slide)