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The Facilitators Guide to Extraordinary Learning Opportunities Follow-Up - Shared screen with speaker view
Jill Martinson
31:32
Jill Martinson, Dickinson County 4-H Agent. Looking for ways to utilize the curriculum. Watching the office this AM, no mic. Thanks!
deb
33:19
Deb Henry, Meadowlark District Seneca office 4-H program manager. I am always looking for new ideas
Debra 4-H Program Assistant
34:51
Understand the ages and stages of youth development.
Ginger Kopfer
35:11
teaching and listening skills
Patsy Maddy
35:16
Objective that you are wanting to teach
Margaret Chamas
35:22
Patience!
Jill Martinson
35:26
sense of humor, organization, listening
Margaret Chamas
35:35
Flexibility
Debra 4-H Program Assistant
35:37
How to connect with youth, considering their various ages.
Debra 4-H Program Assistant
36:11
Focus on strengths, not the mistakes.
Shane Potter
44:27
If you do not already have a copy of the curriculum please contact me, Shane Potter - potters@ksu.edu. You can also look at the piece on the ordering website - The Facilitator’s Guide To Extraordinary Learning Opportunities - https://marketplace.unl.edu/ne4h/4h1120.html
Shane Potter
50:11
The other supplemental piece we highlighted with this program is the Essential Elements of 4-H Youth Development Programs – Key Ingredients for Program Success. I have a few copies of this piece if you need one as well.
4-H
01:14:01
I appreciate the direction to split up the sections and use in smaller chunks. My Junior Leaders meet every other month (and are involved in after-school activities) so doing smaller sets of activities and, potentially, a retreat to provide the info prior to planning a Day Camp.
Beth Hinshaw
01:14:37
ditto to diverse youth
Shane Potter
01:14:38
This piece is getting a bit dated but it does provide some useful direction around approached to mixed age groups - https://openprairie.sdstate.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1510&context=extension_extra
Debra 4-H Program Assistant
01:16:30
Multiple ages is what we get in most of our programs, such as our Spring Break week programs, and our Summer weekly programs. How do we keep all kids engaged, when they all want to be participants not leaders?
Andrea Burns’s iPhone
01:17:35
yes! that would be a great piece. also for work force, career development
Debra 4-H Program Assistant
01:22:20
Need resources geared toward the older youth to encourage them in this path.
Debra 4-H Program Assistant
01:24:47
Anyone connecting with High Schools to collaborate w/them helping to get youth to help us lead programs?
Andrea Burns’s iPhone
01:24:53
could it be part of faulting
Andrea Burns’s iPhone
01:25:26
could it be part of adulting, job skills programs?
Debra 4-H Program Assistant
01:27:41
Thank you!
Ginger Kopfer
01:27:49
Thanks Michelle!
Patsy Maddy
01:28:00
Thank you Michelle!
Michelle Krehbiel
01:28:01
You are welcome.
Beth Hinshaw
01:28:03
Thanks!
Anissa Jepsen
01:28:17
Thanks!