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Youth Work Research  [5]

Persistent link to this collection: http://hdl.handle.net/11299/194008

Youth work practitioners have direct contact with youth. Giving young people the best opportunities to thrive and learn means a need for continuing professional development for youth workers.


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Adolescent Stress and Depression

Walker, Joyce (University of Minnesota Extension Center for Youth Development, 2005)

Beyond Core Competencies: Practitioner Expertise as a Critical Component of Quality

Walker, Kate; Gran, Cece (University of Minnesota Extension Center for Youth Development, 2010)
What does it take from a systems-level perspective to prepare and develop youth development practitioners to create and sustain quality youth programs? This paper argues that current core competency frameworks in youth ...

The Question of Youth Program Accreditation

Walker, Kate (University of Minnesota Extension Center for Youth Development, 2012)
This issue brief captures and documents multiple perspectives and ideas from the field about accreditation issues and approaches. The primary audience for this issue brief is funders and policy makers.

Business Plan Development for Online Learning

Robideau, Kari (University of Minnesota Extension Center for Youth Development, 2017)
This is a project planning guide for teams developing online learning environments. All of the components relate to each other and are organized in a way that encourages teams to discuss and determine which of the aspects ...

Leadership Matters Literature Review and Curriculum Research

Herman, Margo (University of Minnesota Extension Center for Youth Development, 2010)
This literature review was prepared for the specific purpose of assessing the environment, resources and need for curriculum designed specifically for youth work supervisors. It includes literature search results as well ...