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T1Welcome
Two ShiftsBeyond programs RelationshipsSecond ShifttoFrom fixing youngpeople’s problemsFirst ShiftPromoting youngpeople’s ...
The Categories of Developmental AssetsExternal Assets• Support• Empowerment• Boundaries and Expectations• Constructive Use...
The Categories of Developmental AssetsExternal Assets• Support• Empowerment• Boundaries and Expectations• Constructive Use...
The Power of Assets to Protect44%60%23%34%9%14%2%4%0%10%20%30%40%50%60%70%0-10 Assets 11-20 Assets 21-30 Assets 31-40 Asse...
8%29%20%51%38%73%58%91%0%10%20%30%40%50%60%70%80%90%100%0-10 Assets 11-20 Assets 21-30 Assets 31-40 AssetsSucceeds in Scho...
The Gap in Assets Among Youth13%0-10Assets11%31-40Assets37%21-30Assets39%11-20AssetsYoung People ReportingDifferent Asset ...
The Gap in Assets Among Youth21.318.80 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40FemaleMaleAverage Number of Assets,Male or FemaleCopyright © ...
The Gap in Assets Among Youth19.018.819.119.920.421.922.70 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40Grade 12Grade 11Grade 10Grade 9Grade 8Gra...
The Gap in Assets Among Youth19.320.420.20 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40Average Number of Assets,by Geographic LocationCopyright ...
BelieveImportant Do It GapActions % % (in % pts.)Encourage success in school 90 69 21Expect parents to setboundaries 84 42...
From ToThe Asset-Building DifferenceYoung people’s problems Young people’s strengthsProfessionals’ work Everyone’s workYou...
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Speaking of Developmental Assets

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Speaking of Developmental Assets

  1. 1. T1Welcome
  2. 2. Two ShiftsBeyond programs RelationshipsSecond ShifttoFrom fixing youngpeople’s problemsFirst ShiftPromoting youngpeople’s strengthstoT2
  3. 3. The Categories of Developmental AssetsExternal Assets• Support• Empowerment• Boundaries and Expectations• Constructive Use of TimeT3
  4. 4. The Categories of Developmental AssetsExternal Assets• Support• Empowerment• Boundaries and Expectations• Constructive Use of TimeInternal Assets• Commitment to Learning• Positive Values• Social Competencies• Positive IdentityT3
  5. 5. The Power of Assets to Protect44%60%23%34%9%14%2%4%0%10%20%30%40%50%60%70%0-10 Assets 11-20 Assets 21-30 Assets 31-40 AssetsAlcohol UseViolenceCopyright © 2012 by Search InstituteT4
  6. 6. 8%29%20%51%38%73%58%91%0%10%20%30%40%50%60%70%80%90%100%0-10 Assets 11-20 Assets 21-30 Assets 31-40 AssetsSucceeds in SchoolMaintains Good HealthThe Power of Assets to PromoteCopyright © 2012 by Search InstituteT5
  7. 7. The Gap in Assets Among Youth13%0-10Assets11%31-40Assets37%21-30Assets39%11-20AssetsYoung People ReportingDifferent Asset LevelsCopyright © 2012 by Search InstituteT6
  8. 8. The Gap in Assets Among Youth21.318.80 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40FemaleMaleAverage Number of Assets,Male or FemaleCopyright © 2012 by Search InstituteT6
  9. 9. The Gap in Assets Among Youth19.018.819.119.920.421.922.70 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40Grade 12Grade 11Grade 10Grade 9Grade 8Grade 7Grade 6Average Number of Assets,by GradeCopyright © 2012 by Search InstituteT6
  10. 10. The Gap in Assets Among Youth19.320.420.20 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40Average Number of Assets,by Geographic LocationCopyright © 2012 by Search InstituteUrban(cities of 50,000 tomore than 250,000)Out of Urban(towns of 2,500 to 49,999)Rural(farm, country, reservation,towns under 2,500)T6
  11. 11. BelieveImportant Do It GapActions % % (in % pts.)Encourage success in school 90 69 21Expect parents to setboundaries 84 42 42Teach shared values 80 45 35Teach respect for culturaldifferences 77 36 41Guide decision making 76 41 35Have meaningful conversations 75 34 41Give financial guidance 75 36 39Discuss personal values 73 37 36Expect respect for adults 68 67 1Grading Grown-UpsCopyright © 2001 by Search InstituteT7
  12. 12. From ToThe Asset-Building DifferenceYoung people’s problems Young people’s strengthsProfessionals’ work Everyone’s workYoung people absorbing resources Young people as resourcesPrograms RelationshipsTroubled young people All young peopleAccountable only for own Accountable as well forbehavior other adults’ behaviorIncidental asset building Intentional asset buildingBlaming others Claiming responsibilityT8

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